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Posted on June 5 at 9:24 a.m.
I figured the junior high teacher was Kim Miller three paragraphs before she was identified. Congratulations to Daniel, his family and his teachers.
I'm also thrilled to see this story so prominently featured by the Independent.
In case there are any kids like Daniel who are as passionate about mathematics as he was about astronomy, SB Family School's Santa Barbara Math Ellipse now has a scholarship fund.
On A Comet in Santa Barbara's Astronomical World
Posted on August 27 at 10:34 a.m.
SezMe's nitpicking deserves a nitpickier response! :-) The article's first paragraph didn't say UCSB was working on an encryption scheme - it said the work "may provide the framework for revolutionizing the data-encryption process". I'd say that a more powerful decryption scheme would certainly lead to a revolution in encryption! Perhaps in the way you referred to in your first paragraph, which it would be nice if you'd provide a keyword for so we learn more about it.
On UCSB Researchers Working on New Quantum Computer
Posted on October 12 at 8:02 a.m.
"In 1929, there were 24,633 banks. By 1933, only 15,015 were still in business, a decrease of 31 percent."
Actually, that's a decrease of almost 40%.
On The End of the Gold Standard