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Quantum Messaging for Top Secret Communication

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posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 01:26 PM
If all communication goes down, don't worry "the powers that be" have a way of keeping in touch with one another: Quantum Messaging.

The problem with messages is that you can't be sure who might pick them up at the other end. But a new scheme for a quantum communications link will allow a sender to relax in the knowledge that only a recipient in exactly the right location can read their message.


The scheme is touted as crime proof, sort of an SSL protocol for real life but stronger. This will of course immediately be snatched up by those with the resources to use it to make those false-flag reports completely disappear -- no longer will anyone be around to intercept those pesky NWO plans.

According to most everyone the false-flags don't happen because we know about them. Now we won't.

[edit on 28-4-2010 by ararisq]

posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 02:01 PM
According to the source its ready to go, so not completely theoretical.

Ready To Go

Vadim Makarov at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim says it is exciting to hear about the discovery of a new facet to quantum communications, because "this does not happen very often".

The new idea should be feasible using existing techniques, says Makorov, but the limitations of photon detectors and optical fibre might lead to errors in confirming a recipient's location, he adds.

Malaney says such problems are not serious. "It would only make the error a little bigger: instead of knowing where Bank B is to within 2 metres, it might be within 20 metres."

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