they are using an hp calculator which is based off an array of abacus, so it only has -200 beads to +200 beads.
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i would use Moble payments but i live too far from alabama.
because when she said 'zfs has DEduplication' she though that meant sending the whole ball of wax to be duplicated in DE(germany)
"One set of algorithms, good for the lifetime of the device..."
well the easy way to do that is set the device lifetime to 5 seconds. it takes 6 seconds to look up a rainbow table.
then bride of godzilla can finally be made!
"I'm always amazed that they were able to build a civilization in such a thick jungle."
have you ever heard of Wraith bioelectronics? how about Zerg bio-infestation? what about the orc former ally the undead serving nazul?
a zero-point-module can sustain a sufficently large jungle if it gets one the above applied to it.
packet injection for dummies.
1. user initiates comms
2. MITM detects comms
3. MITM rewrited packet headers and sends falsified packets AS user
4. Computer reads funny joke
5. computer spits coffee into keyboard
6. device is fried, user is blamed.
7. government sells broken device to user
8. user can't push device sold to them
9. user wishes it never happened
10. quantum paradox occurs
11. server reboots
13. nuked from orbit
14. goto step 1.
15. bitch complains about tight loop.
When I was working with the Guardian on the Snowden documents, the one top-secret program the NSA desperately did not want us to expose was QUANTUM. This is the NSA's program for what is called packet injection--basically, a technology that allows the agency to hack into computers.
Turns out, though, that the NSA was not alone in its use of this technology. The Chinese government uses packet injection to attack computers. The cyberweapons manufacturer Hacking Team sells packet injection technology to any government willing to pay for it. Criminals use it. And there are hacker tools that give the capability to individuals as well.
All of these existed before I wrote about QUANTUM. By using its knowledge to attack others rather than to build up the internet's defenses, the NSA has worked to ensure that anyone can use packet injection to hack into computers.
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