[free-sklyarov] Quick Query for Campus Campaign

David Haworth david.haworth at altavista.net
Tue Dec 4 22:31:23 PST 2001

On Tue, Dec 04, 2001 at 06:04:08PM -0500, Xcott Craver wrote:
> 	Or, we can discover that certain products are defective,
> 	ineffective, or hazardous to public health.  There's no
> 	point in being an engineering student if you can't advance
> 	the state of the art; might as well go study pure math.
> 						Thanks for your help,
> 						Xcott
> 	[Not that there's anything wrong with studying pure math.]

Pure maths isn't immune to the problem either. Advances in number theory
might render certain cryptosystems ineffective for one thing ...

You'd be better off studying history or archaeology or something.

Or law :-(


David Haworth
Baiersdorf, Germany
david.haworth at altavista.net
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