IPv6 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 is even more suspicious.
The F-35 is a ground attack fighter - not a dog fighter. The F-22 Raptor is the bleeding edge dog fighter. The problem is that the F-22 program was cancelled due to budget issues. Issue is not a design flaw in the F-35.
No doubt. How many saber toothed tigers landed on the moon?
This is by far the best approach out of all of the recommendations. Obviously, sending paper documents (or USB drives) via overnight delivery is relatively immune to intercept, but what if you relatives leave the documents out in an unsafe area? The best place is a safe deposit box, along with any portable valuables (nice watch, jewelry, etc). You can arrange in your will to have your estate trustee then disseminate the contents.
Actually, IT skills are entirely useless in any kind of an apocalypse, unless other people with other skills manage to restore power.
The problem with the articles is that they use a misleading term "information". The quantum information is transmitted instantaneously. However, quantum information is not the same as classical information. Classical observers at either end of the experiment cannot set the quantum information that is transmitted. Therefore the no-communication theorem is not violated. Superluminal communication of classical information (what you and I think of as data) is not possible. The best way to think of this (as another slashdot user pointed out) is that you have a random number generator at two points separated by a distance. Both points generate the same random number regardless of how far away from each other they happen to be in space.
The practical application of this is not transmitting classical data faster than the speed of light (as that is not possible.) However, it could be used for an encryption mechanism that is unbreakable. This is done by taking the random numbers generated and using them to encrypt classical data, which is then transmitted by conventional means (radio etc) and then decrypting on the other end with the same set of random numbers. Nobody can decrypt the data unless they have the other entangled particle of which there can only be one.
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We should just nuke it, along with the moon.
Nobody died you fool.
Doesn't matter what is true, its what people believe.
The LHC is at Cern. Maybe they should ban a bi-weekly forum on CERN's activities and focus on activities at Fermi lab?
Thank you for the informative rebuttal and for not quoting Che Guevara.
...and shoot it down.