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#1 creativecoding   User is offline

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Alternate means of transferring data

Posted 29 November 2011 - 05:50 PM

What are your ideas on transferring data without using what we have now?


There are a limited amount of known ideas so I won't spoil any of them.
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#2 nathanpc   User is offline

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Re: Alternate means of transferring data

Posted 29 November 2011 - 05:52 PM

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[22:43:18] <Supercore> thus, you suddenly have a secure transfer method!
[22:43:23] <creativec> except
[22:43:25] <creativec> if you can do it
[22:43:26] <Supercore> so no one gives a fuck if they steal your pigeon
[22:43:28] <creativec> so can anybody else
[22:43:58] <+skaggles> 0=false, 1=true, 2=meh,maybe
[22:44:04] <Supercore> just read the wiki article... http://en.wikipedia....ey_distribution http://en.wikipedia....um_cryptography
[22:44:13] <creativec> imma make a topic about this
[22:44:38] <Supercore> I'll suggest carrier pigeons, smoke signals, morse code, and quantum cryptography
[22:44:53] <+skaggles> don't make it a good topic or it won't get featured. try to litter it with enough nonsense and typos to keep people posting.
[22:45:02] <Supercore> btw, http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Sneakernet
[22:45:31] <Supercore> ^^ real "carrier pigeon"ish experiment with a boeing 747 and a 3.5TB harddrive
[22:45:49] <Supercore> the 747 could effectively transfer data at 98 Terabits per second
[22:45:59] <nathanpc> AAAARRRRGHHHH!!!!!
[22:46:06] <nathanpc> I'm fucking done with this Adnrodi crap!
[22:46:14] <nathanpc> fuck Android compiling!
[22:46:16] <nathanpc> it sucks!
[22:46:20] <nathanpc> only errors!
[22:46:22] <Supercore> Boeing 747-400 carrying capacity in cargo configuration, in cubic meters:159
[22:46:26] <Supercore> Volume of 3.5" Drive (102mm x 25mm) in cubic meters: 0.00255
[22:46:29] <Supercore> Number of 3.5 Drives per 747: 62,353
[22:46:32] <Supercore> Data capacity of 3.5 Drive (TB): 3
[22:46:37] <Supercore> Data capacity of 747 in Gigabytes:187,059,000
[22:46:40] <Supercore> In Gigabits: 1,496,472,000
[22:46:41] XAMPP ([email protected]) left IRC. (Read error: Operation timed out)
[22:46:44] <Supercore> Distance between LAX and JFK in km: 3,983
[22:46:47] <Supercore> Speed of a Boeing 747-400, in knots: 507 (940 km/h)
[22:46:51] <Supercore> Time to fly between LAX and JFK at 507 knots, in seconds: 15,254
[22:46:54] <Supercore> Bandwidth of the 747 in Gbits/Second: 98,103
[22:46:58] <nathanpc> -.-
[22:46:59] <+skaggles> you're going to get flood kicked
[22:47:01] <Supercore> So our 747-enhanced Sneakernet Bandwidth: 98 Terabits per second
[22:47:03] <nathanpc> lol
[22:47:04] <Supercore> nope
[22:47:06] <Supercore> chuck testa
[22:47:12] <creativec> inb4 kick
[22:47:26] <creativec> Except only one person can request that information at a time
[22:47:44] <Supercore> nah, just load up each hard drive with its own data
[22:47:49] <+skaggles> so there's a certain size at which going physically is faster than downloading? we knew this.
[22:47:51] <Supercore> and send them to a distrobution center
[22:47:57] <Supercore> yup :)
[22:48:07] <Supercore> so that's what we shall do!
[22:48:13] <Supercore> let's assing tasks
[22:48:19] <Supercore> creative: buy the plane
[22:48:20] <+skaggles> at my internet speeds that's about the size of a blue ray movie, lol
[22:48:26] <Supercore> I'll write the code
[22:48:31] <Supercore> skaggles can buy the hard drives
[22:48:40] <creativec> wtf guys
[22:48:42] <+skaggles> yeah, with my loads of money and all
[22:48:55] <nathanpc> HEY!
[22:49:01] <nathanpc> I want to buy the plane
[22:49:05] <nathanpc> for the biatches!

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