NOVEMBER 2017 STATEMENT – Year 6, Month 6

“When you are thirsty, it is too late to think about digging a well.” – Japanese Proverb During the industrial revolution, an entrepreneur solved problems of consumption. Today, the need has shifted to problems of storage.  And war has no place if we are to feed this need. Peter Thiel once wrote how just as…

OCTOBER 2017 STATEMENT – Year 6, Month 5

The Bergofsky Principle states that if a computer tried enough keys, it was mathematically guaranteed to find the right one. Dan Brown states in his book Digital Fortress that all security codes are breakable if you have the right equipment. Even when mutating strings are used to write rotating codes. I am not sure if…