A physicist is just a mathematician with common sense.
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- You can't subvert the operating system code because you can't find a static access point. Proof? If you're in the top one-tenth of one percent of mathematicians, you can see the proof in the above referenced PDF file. To the rest of you, including the LulzSec crew who didn't have the academic discipline to actually go to college and leave your mothers' basements full of gaming consoles, you'll just have to take my word for it.
- The Active Element Machine is massively parallel and can crack encryption schemes for breakfast. Interestingly, Fiske even provides a programming methodology and rigorous proof of its robustness.