Archive: June, 2012

Do we need quantum cryptography?

Quantum cryptography is all the hype. Everyone’s talking about it. Scientists are competing to do it over the longest possible distances, with the highest possible bit-rates and even to put it into orbit on satellites. In this post I’d like to explain what quantum cryptography is and compare it to classical cryptography. Then I’ll tell […]

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The Loch Ness monster

Now tax-payer funded schools in the US are educating children that the Loch Ness monster is real… as a way of disproving Darwinism. See here.

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Bugs fixed

Sorry for the problems with commenting and page navigation. The technical problems have been fixed and you are now free to comment again. Let me know if there are any further problems.

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It seems you will soon be prosecuted for using the wrong curve-fitting

Just when we thought American politics couldn’t get more farcical, this happens: See here and here.

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My article with Tom Stace in ‘The Conversation’

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My Academic Lineage

From the Mathematics Genealogy Project: Peter Rohde (University of Queensland, 2008) was a student of Tim Ralph (Australian National University, 1996) who was a student of Craig Savage (University of Waikato) who was a student of Dan Walls (Harvard University, 1969) who was a student of Roy Glauber (Harvard University, 1949) who was a student […]

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