RE: [infoguys-list] Re: NSA Patent 6,947,978.
- <<< I have a 1989 Mercedes Benz (by the way, if you put that beside a
1987 Mercedes Benz, there would be some differences besides the VIN). >>>
Clearly, I was talking about two identical cars, but deliberately or
otherwise, you decided to ignore that important part, which I find
However, not as interesting as how you have made this enormous,
unsubstantiated and unsupported leap from the NSA applying for a patent in
2000 for a process to determine the locations of computers (invented by two
individuals from Maryland), and concluded that it must be based on a school
paper that a student of the University of California wrote in 2005 which was
NOT about determining the locations of computers - that just amazes me.
<<< And now I grow bored of "debate infinity", so Jim feel free to close..
>>>Odd, as in your initial post, you said "An interesting topic of conversation
I believe." Did you only want to discuss it with someone who agreed with
You were close though - another 50 or 60 paragraphs of gobbledy-gook, and
you'd have had me convinced.
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