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Sooo what are they looking for exactly?
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It's been years though, a breakthrough is bound to pop up.
I wouldn't expect a solution for arguably the hardest (current, if not of all) problem in computer science to just 'pop up'.

I mean, we're fairly sure that P=/=NP (or perhaps just hopeful, as RSA becomes a lot less secure if that doesn't hold true), it's just hard to make an actual proof for it.
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Interesting.
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Where's Matt Damon when you need him?
That movie ******* sucked. Overrated.
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It's been years though, a breakthrough is bound to pop up.
Not necessarily... lol. This is literally a Million dollar question that is worth more then a million.
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Solving this will be massive impact on computing....

For example, is the way we are Folding today the fastest possible method? Folding is a NP problem.
It would also probably destroy encryption which would lead to chaos.

Don't want to start a conspiracy thread but do you think our government would allow it to get out if someone did solve the equation?
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Don't want to start a conspiracy thread but do you think our government would allow it to get out if someone did solve the equation?
"Congratz, instead of a mill you get to spend your life in a bunker."
This is just the proof though. The proof won't solve encryption algorithms but will prove that they are crackable.


Then again, quantum encryption shouldn't be crackable, right? If you view the data without the key, you destroy the data.
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Interesting stuff. I can't wait to go to college.
If you take anything math related you're likely to pay professors who don't speak english and can't explain one bit of what they know to teach you. It's like teaching your dog to dig ditches and then making him pay half of the ditches he digs for the edumacation.
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If you take anything math related you're likely to pay professors who don't speak english and can't explain one bit of what they know to teach you. It's like teaching your dog to dig ditches and then making him pay half of the ditches he digs for the edumacation.
I went to a community college myself and I wasn't impressed with the professors.

Then again, I was only around for a day before I decided I had enough and left all of it behind.
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This is just the proof though. The proof won't solve encryption algorithms but will prove that they are crackable.


Then again, quantum encryption shouldn't be crackable, right? If you view the data without the key, you destroy the data.
Well of course it is crackable. The problem is the time it takes to crack.
Doesn't it tell you there is a more efficient way though?

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If you take anything math related you're likely to pay professors who don't speak english and can't explain one bit of what they know to teach you. It's like teaching your dog to dig ditches and then making him pay half of the ditches he digs for the edumacation.
A lot of computer science classes are the same way. It's sad but it is true. A lot of the professors barley speak English and they are terrible at explaining the simplest of things.
The reason they make you buy a book in college for every class is so that you can read it when your professor sucks.
I'm at a state college btw.
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The answer is obviously fish. You can make the check out to "The King" please.
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Well of course it is crackable. The problem is the time it takes to crack.
Doesn't it tell you there is a more efficient way though?



A lot of computer science classes are the same way. It's sad but it is true. A lot of the professors barley speak English and they are terrible at explaining the simplest of things.
The reason they make you buy a book in college for every class is so that you can read it when your professor sucks.
I'm at a state college btw.
The reason they suck at english is because math and programming don't need grammatical correction. 1+1=2 is the same everywhere in the world...
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