Jeff Bone <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Assume: some form of remote measurement of a data source for which independent
>but synchronized measurements yield an identical stream of bits independent of
>the observer's location. (I'm thinking of a variety of measurements that can be
>performed on stars, for example.)
>If one can communicate an observation schedule using a secure channel ---
>perhaps out of band, perhaps initially using a predistributed one-time pad ---
>then one has an infinite, renewable one time pad. You solve the one time pad
How is the schedule different from a one-time-pad?
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