denis bider wrote:
> To fantasize a little bit... A personal armor, one that could be used on a
> regular basis, would be wonderful. Imagine something that would protect the
> wearer against anything from bullets to biohazards.
Best solution: 1) telepresence 2) cryptography + traffic mixers. Plus remote
redundant copies, which get woken up by watchdog/periodically.
You can't nuke something if you don't know where it is.
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