GPG's vulnerability to quantum cryptography
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Fri May 16 15:56:55 CEST 2014
> Now where did you calculate that from?
$dS = \frac{\delta Q}{T}$
Second Law of Thermodynamics, which you just broke. Have a nice day.
And no, I am not going to explain this further. My reason for this is
simple: you need to take college-level courses in differential and
integral calculus, partial differential equations, statistics, and
statistical physics in order to get in-depth here. This is a mailing
list, not the first two years of university.
But, just so you don't think I'm pulling this out of nowhere:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limits_to_computation
Look at bullet point two.
> IMHO you can run the calculations entirely at low temperature, whatever
> technology you use to get there. Then you only need contact to the warm
> world once to transmit the result(for negligible effort!).
You're entitled to your opinion, but not your own facts. You are
claiming you can violate the Second Law. My response: prove it.
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