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(NBC News)   Laboratory running "secret quantum network" claims to make Internet perfectly secure. Submitter is already behind 7 proxies anyway   (science.nbcnews.com) divider line 1
    More: Unlikely, quantum, internet, self-energy, polarizations, Los Alamos National Laboratory, optical fibers, quantum cryptography, Wacky Physics  
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kayanlau: I don't see how a single point of failure is ever a good idea in a network system.


But it's quantum.

So it's cloud of probability functions, not a point.
 
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