Re: Data encryption 360 degrees the nsa cannot break  01
From: Roger Wilco (netcrazy_at_charter.net)
Date: 12/27/03
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Date: 27 Dec 2003 06:18:45 0800
"Hugo Drax" <hugodrax@aol.com> wrote in message news:<bsj14p$cpmjb$1@ID155262.news.uniberlin.de>...
> "Roger Wilco" <netcrazy@charter.net> wrote in message
> news:a834090e.0312251727.d852d44@posting.google.com...
> > Data encryption 360 degrees the nsa cannot break  01
> > Data encryption 360 degrees rotation document 90 degrees and
> > encryption
> > on every angel then change it two binary code and fold it over like a
> > piece of paper then having the one's and zero cancel each other out.
> >
> > if you written a very long letter and then change it two binary code
> > it would look like this
> >
> > 01010101010101010101010
> > 10010101010101010101010
> > 01010101001010101010010
> > 00010101000101010101010
> > 10010101010100101010101 would equal = 01
> > 01010101010100001100101
> > 01001010101010101010111
> > 11110111001101010101010
> > 01010101010101010101010
> > 10101010101010101010101
> >
> > if you took the piece of paper and folded it and folded it and folded
> > it the 0 and 1 would cancel each out and if you keep folding the piece
> > of paper too the smallest you would have 4 numbers left if 1+1 =
> > nothing and 0 + 0 = nothing 1+0=1 and 0+1+0
> > 01 now if the key new the folding times you could send 2 bytes over
> > the internet and unzip a
> > 100 zetabyte program you computer could store all the programs ever
> > written but just need the key to unzip then you could us this for SETI
> > for signals or can you imagine a computer processor that would be 1.8
> > Hz but run like 100 million zeta hz you could use the new 64 bit
> > process second side to unzip while the front side processes. or use
> > this for the matrix or quantum computing or supercomputer. 64 bit. 1+1
> > = nothing and 0 + 0 = nothing 1+0=1 and 0+1+0 dont forrget to use <
> > and > signes 0>1+1<0
>
>
>
> hehehehe
if you wrot the program in C++ a=0 b=1 c=10 d=11 e=100 f=101 g=111
h=1000 and so on when you the message was finished the program would
turn it into this code.
the numbers of folds could be added to the code from a spread sheet
like program.
folded on 25 and L the ptrogram would turn 25 and L into this example
binary
the message would still shrink becasue the 0 and 1 would cancell each
other out
so you would end up with a code of 01 and a key of (25L)50L and so on
you would end up with 36 byes on how you folded it. send it to entu
make allot of money.
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