Monthly Archives: June 2012

Quantum Computing – So what is it good for? – Updated below

If anybody in the wider IT community has heard about Quantum Computing, it’s usually in the context of how it may obliterate our current industry standard encryption (e.g. RSA). Probably Peter Shor didn’t realize that he was about to define the … Continue reading

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Introducing the Lost Papers Page

Science works in peculiar ways. Everything that matters will need to be published. Yet, this is no guarantee that it won’t be forgotten or lost. Recently a handwritten manuscript of Albert Einsteins was recovered. The paper in question is widely regarded as … Continue reading

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