By Chuck Missler
Are we in ownership of messages of extraterrestrial starting place? if this is the case, what do they suggest? What do those messages from the sting of eternity portend for the longer term? What has the technology of cryptology published approximately those historic texts? Is our universe itself a "digital message"? Do those messages clarify the period among the miracle of our beginning and the secret of our future? learn the consequences of our finite universe and the stunning discoveries of quantum physics on the very obstacles of fact and examine their value to our foundation and private destinies! you'll develop in pleasure as Chuck Missler info wonderful hidden messages in the textual content of the Torah that can merely were positioned there by way of the nice writer Himself. He explores the impression of knowledge sciences on our knowing of historical texts...including microcodes, macrocodes, and metacodes...as good because the hugely arguable "equidistant letter sequences" stumbled on within the Bible. it is possible for you to to take advantage of this interesting details to find the hidden messages your self simply because lots of them don't require a working laptop or computer to decipher.
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Symmetric systems are still the most efficient, and the public key techniques, while involving more substantial computational loads, make the conveyance of the necessary keys secure. The ability to share extensive, dynamically changing keys, accompanied by necessary sophisticated software at both ends, makes practical protection readily available to anyone. The open availability of this technology leaves those who abhor privacy—especially governments and extreme “liberals”—very uncomfortable. The computing power presently available on the author’s own desk exceeds the computing power which was available to him when he headed up the Computer Center of the Ford Motor Company in the 1960s The mathematical sophistication now available to an encryptor, and demanded by the would-be cryptanalyst, staggers the imagination.
Perhaps the most well-known example of digraphic encipherment is the Playfair Cipher. (It was actually invented by Charles Wheatstone, but its enthusiastic promotion by Lyon Playfair, first Baron Playfair of St. )11 The Playfair Cipher is a simple, practical system which requires no special equipment, and properly used, provides a high level of protection for modest messages. It is based on a 5 x 5 matrix of the alphabet (our alphabet of 26 having been reduced to 25 by combining I and J as a single letter).
A keyword like “DARKLY,” alphabetized as “ADKLRY,” would indicate six columns taken in the order of 2, 1, 4, 5, 3, 6: DARKLY ADKLRY 2 1 4 5 3 6 The columns are then copied (vertically) in that order. It is usual to divide the resulting ciphertext into groups of five letters to mask any parsing information (such as column or word breaks) from an intruder. Thus, our example would encipher as: ILOON CEHFD DAEEG EBBMH NLMRI REEIT Incidentally, when the last row is short, resulting in columns of unequal length, that is an advantage since an incomplete columnar tramp is more difficult to break.