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"When you're happy for no reason, you're unconditionally happy. It's not that your life always looks perfect - it's just that however it looks, you'll still be happy." -- Marci Shimoff

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CRYPTOGRAPHY Sohomjit Ganguly We all have something or the other to hide and protect that which is most valuable and vulnerable to us. That is human nature. The most significant technology nowadays is Data Hiding and protection. The world has seen scenarios of “information hiding” in various ways from Caesar's scroll to water dissolving papyrus parchments.

They were luminaries in the field as they hid the message/information in a code or gibberish. The message could be read by only the person who “knew” how to read it or had the key to unravel the information. So technically...

Information is within this closed box.

To open the box you need the key to this lock.

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With the help of the key (which is held by the only person for whom the information is intended) you can open the lock which leads to opening of the box.

After the lock opens we can see the information it contains.

This is the basic working of the secret information or/data hiding. One thing we must keep in mind that if we lose the key the whole information is lost. This branch of security is called Cryptography. It is very much viable and effective in the market as too many corporations and conglomerates are opting for it. So that unauthorized people (hackers) cannot steal/edit/delete important documents. As days have passed Cryptography has evolved and Ciphers (algorithms/programs by which data is hidden) have evolved. International standards are in place. Encryption- It is a process by which we can “lock” our information. Decryption- It is a process by which we can “unlock” our information. From WikipediaIn cryptography, encryption is the process of transforming information (referred to as plain-text) using an algorithm (called a cipher) to make it unreadable to anyone except those possessing special knowledge, usually referred to as a key. The result of the process is encrypted information (in cryptography, referred to as cipher text).The reverse process, i.e., to make the encrypted information readable again, is referred to as decryption (i.e., to make it unencrypted).

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In many contexts, the word encryption may also implicitly refer to the reverse process, decryption e.g. “software for encryption” can typically also perform decryption. A demonstration. On the internet .

Few important ciphers- Lucifer / DES, IDEA, RC5, Rijndael / AES, Blowfish. Head over to Wikipedia for more informationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Cryptography

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Search for Life Shubhadeep Biswas Are you not surprised thinking that we are the only living beings in the whole universe? But this question is itself questionable. Some people are not ready to believe the fact that no where in the universe other than our earth, life exists. They are also searching for the sign of life in rest of the universe and they found that, Mars can be a possible place for existence of life. Scientists from NASA launched a robotic mission in 1975 to collect the soil from Mars. Now this has been thoroughly tested and the results are really encouraging. They measured the counts of radioactive carbon atoms present in that soil. Basically, soil microbes metabolize the minerals and release carbon dioxide and some (one in billion molecules) of these contain radioactive carbon atoms. If the soil contains microbes, the amount of carbon dioxide would be large and automatically the probability of getting radioactive carbon atoms would be more than that of the normal soil. And they found exactly that. Viking Spacecraft

They did some further experiments also. Some amount of sample was baked to kill the microbes and then the radioactive counts for both baked and unbaked sample were measured. It was observed that baked sample has 100 counts per minute where as unbaked sample has 10,000 counts per minute, which means unbaked sample has some living source of carbon dioxide.

Life Hiding Somewhere?: Photo returned by the Viking Spacecraft (Photo Courtesy: GSFC,

NASA)

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There were some other observations also. We all know that our life schedule is governed by earth's clock, means earth's rotation period which is 24 hours. Accordingly we schedule our working time and sleeping time, but the full duty cycle is always 24 hours. Thus, it can be said that our lifestyle is a kind of direct reflection of the mechanical properties of our home planet. Similarly, we can expect from a living being of some other planet to show a lifestyle which can be directly mapped to the mechenical motion of that planet. Astonishingly those samples have shown these expected features. For some time the radiation goes down, then goes up again. But the total period is 24.7 hours which is exactly Mars' rotation period. All these are kind of true signs of existence of Martian life. But scientists are yet to declare their claim, they want to be more confident about the fact. People are hunting more and more evidences. As a result different kinds of research in different fields are coming into picture. Hope much of this critical issue would be exposed in the near future and we would able to find our neighbours in the next planet .

There is no way to happiness, happiness is the way. - Lord Buddha

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sudoku

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I don’t believe it

1.

The population of CHINA is four times bigger than the USA, but they use less than half the amount of energy.

2.

Albert Einstein never did a single experiment. All his ideas were worked out theoretically ( with lots of very complicated equations ).

3.

An underwater mailbox, where divers can post special waterproof postcards, lies 10m (33 ft) below the waves in Susami Bay, Japan. It’s an official mailbox and is emptied every day.

 Answer of SUDOKU :

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Anirban Karmakar

Tanay Singha nvZcvLv 18



Hatpakha August 2012