**[chan] general** <<Ext>>

Mar 17 07:34 [raw]

These so called hackers are copy and paste in the terminal script kiddies! I used to be in The Legion Of Doom back in the day. WE did our own coding! No copy and paste shit! What has the hacking community come to??

**[chan3] general**

Mar 17 07:38 [raw]

Community died, brother.

**[chan] general**

Mar 17 21:46 [raw]

I found even many "hackers" can't do much math, which is why computers were invented...

**[chan] general** <<Ext>>

Mar 19 06:39 [raw]

My math skills are way above average. I started programming in assembly language back in the 80's. You had to pull out that enormous book for the processor you were using. Things have changed drastically, and not for the better. Everyone wants "instant gratification" and they don't want to work towards a long term goal. The USA will be a third world country in the not to distant future, if we stay on the path were on. Where is the fucking work ethic today?

**[chan] general**

Mar 19 07:06 [raw]

I am not saying this to brag, and the fact I remain anonymous I hope illustrates that. I have discovered things about some basic math that are never mentioned in textbook. There is structure in numbers and groups of numbers I have never seen examined in any math text, thesis, or whitepaper. These are simple things that can be leveraged for cryptography that have completely escaped notice. I'm not sure why this is, but I do believe work ethic is part of it. People are not willing to put in the work to master the small things, so they never quite understand the big things they're working on.

**[chan] general**

Mar 19 08:37 [raw]

I know, right :) There is magic, and there's industrial process. Two different worlds, not orthogonal yet not reconcilable. Modern cryptography is industrial process: simple rules applied systematically, billions of times a second, producing the documented result every single time, edge cases meticulously charted and carefully trimmed. Domesticated mathematics, to serve man. And then you have beautiful wild beasts like the Goldbach conjecture, just sitting there and thumbing her nose at generations upon generations of scientists. What a fascinating brainfuck.

**[chan] general**

Mar 19 08:47 [raw]

Consider this: Infinite expansion of mandelbrot set. Finite fields at each edge turn of the infinite fractal. Fast way to find the polynomial expression in the fractal, of ANY finite field. Map any set of data to a field in the mandelbrot. The map is represented by a one-line polynomial, which can then expand to a large amount of data. This is unlimited cryptography and compression.

**[chan] general** <<Ext>>

Mar 19 19:29 [raw]

Reply said: There is structure in numbers and groups of numbers I have never seen examined in any math text, thesis, or whitepaper. This is true, but there is also probability in numbers, even prime numbers. Now, quantum math, that is a whole different universe!

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