Sunday, May 3, 2009

Codes, Ciphers & Truth Stranger Than Fiction

I sometimes hear people react to thrillers and puzzle novels as unrealistic or "the sort of thing that just doesn't happen." I can't help but thing that people who say that sort of thing just aren't paying attention. Like the sculpture at the CIA compound in Langley that is in a cipher so complex even the CIA isn't entirely sure what it says. From WIRED Magazine... Mission Impossible: The Code Even the CIA Can't Crack Posted using ShareThis

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