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Old 07-04-2009, 11:16 AM   #1
jibey.jacob
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Optical interconnects for transmitting data within the PC


Here's a thought - all data interconnects, all that finely etched copper that you see on the PC motherboard, use electromagnetic waves which are the basis for RF to transmit data in the PC. Why don't PC cases come with adequate shielding that can keep those electromagnetic waves within the confines of the PC? And the answer is simple - the heat trapped inside would cook your PC. Water cooling is probably a solution, but the better option would be to use fiber optics for all data interconnects within the PC, and use copper only to transmit power. This would also eliminate a lot of the heat within the PC. And those electromagnetic waves can be harnessed by criminals to manipulate all kinds of controllers within the PC - like the SATA controller, memory controller, etc. Go wild with your guesses.

It recently occured to me that my code really had no value when most of my past employers were paying me, since the open source community is giving all your code away freely. So, why were those employers paying me? Its become clear that they never paid me. Without a lot more security infrastructure in place to make the Internet more secure, there's really no money in working. And that's probably the reason why I was offered those women wherever I worked, although I haven't had anything to do with any of them.

A lot of my output at work is programming source code, and if I have to start coding professionally again, I have one more condition - the open source community will have to disappear into somewhere that is not on this Earth, and I'm not paying for your trip outta here. The open source community will have to be rehabilitated using the taxpayers' money, and not my money.

There's a track called "Bluesy Blue Sea" on Ian Gillan's "Gillan's Inn" album, and it goes something like this:

Sitting here with the bottom line
You wanna know why, I'm gonna take my time
...
Sitting here like a lunatic
...
And so on.

I've estimated that the sum of all monies that are owing to me is US $100,000,000,000,000,000 (US $100Q). This money will have to be paid to me ASAP with the full knowledge and cooperation of all governments that are involved and their respective tax departments/ministries where applicable.


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Old 07-04-2009, 11:56 AM   #2
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jibey.jacob, you've developed a habit of making really weird, nonsensical posts here in Security. I'm gonna have to ask you to cut it out. Whenever you feel the need to make posts like this, do so directly in General. I'm all for having fun with creative writing, but there is a time and a place for it. People come to the Security forum to seek and provide help with matters that are many times very serious for them. By making posts like the one you've made above, you are basically making a mockery out of their circumstances, and I'm not going to allow that. Thread closed.

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Old 07-04-2009, 01:05 PM   #3
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