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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
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents Michael Frayn's hilarious comedy! Read More
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