Cr28: "A cryptographic key of 128 bits or longer will be broken, by
exhaustively searching the keyspace, before 2010 UT. "
I've done a little bit of research, and looked at the state of the
market. I've found no evidence that the net thinks that 128 bit keys
will be in range in the near future, and this claim is about events at
least 10 years ago. The (FX) market seems to agree: there are only
orders to sell, and the last transaction was at a price of 1.
If no one presents evidence to the contrary, I'll resolve this question
All sensory cells [in all animals] have in common the presence of
... cilia [with a constant] structure. It provides a strong
argument for common ancestry. The common ancestor ... was a
--Lynn Margulis (http://edge.org/q2005/q05_7.html#margulis)