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Surely cities that are going to be effected will have ample time to relocate those in "danger".
That sounds like one of those "famous last words"...
It follows that a depressed person might say, "Fuck it, I'm just going to stay home and watch every episode of Game of Thrones and eat Cheetos until I fall asleep."
fuck, I just realized that I'm depressed.
But P=NP will not help you crack anything.
IANAC but just what I remember from my CS degree, factorization is NP-complete, if it can be simplified to polynomial then maybe it's easier to crack something (public key systems that rely on the complexity of factorization like RSA) ? Shor's algorithm that works on a quantum computer does make it polynomial and it says in the link that it will have major implications to security schemes that rely on factorization (such as RSA).
I wonder if this movie is related to that (transforming sand to glass could be relevant to how Shor transformed the problem using the quantum Fourier transform)
There are already interfaces that allow you to change your OS theme. What I would like however, is a theme that will change according to the time of the day/night and/or the task I am doing to help my health and efficiency.
Look carefully, this post has actually affected the whole thread before I posted this post.
Said Brennan's father, also John Brennan, when reached by KATU News Tuesday night: "This is quite a shock. He hasn't been under any stress that I know of. He's never really under any stress. He works for a computer company in California. He does something with the Internet, which is just kind of mystical to me. This is quite a surprise."