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amanfromMars 1 … Tue 6 May 12:38 [1405061238] commenting on crashing systems on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/05/06/the_scariest_nsa_revelation_yet_rubbish_ciphers/
How to become at least a millionaire/billionaire/gazillionaire, overnight.
So, we are contemplating and commenting on  “want to know what it takes to work at nsa? check back each monday in may as we explore careers essential to protecting our nation.” which is something which all nations would have an interest in securing the brightest and the best to be on their side and therefore protecting your nation too.
One cannot protect any kind of system, and nations are just big scale SCADA systems, unless one also knows how to successfully attack and destroy SCADA systems, and that be simply achieved with the sharing of sensitive proprietary intellectual property/disruptive and/or destructive smarter chatter, and that always has a monumental price put upon it, both from the one extreme side wanting the use of the IP to cause systems collapses and chaos and the other side paying a fortune to have chatter stop and certain information to remain secret and widely undisclosed and generally unavailable.
Such is quite an embarrassment of great riches for that which and/or those who possess such a gift and store of dual/multi-use knowledge and the only essential thing for the likes of an NSA type organisation is to ensure that payment as is/may normally be required and dictated by sensitive proprietary intellectual property holders is always made and guaranteed secure, and that will be made very easy for national/international/internetional security services and virtual protection agencies, for they only need follow the simple instructions which smarter chatterers would provide them with in order to assist and protect them from the harm they might fear and recognise and be unable to resist and overcome.
Such isn’t rocket science, it is just plain texted common sense.
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amanfromMars 1 …. Tue 6 May 15:33 [1405061533] leaving a comment for ARM on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/05/06/arm_corelink_ccn_5xx_on_chip_interconnect_microarchitecture/
Re: This just might be the first nail in x86-64

This just might be the first nail in x86-64
It looks like it should take the processing crown…
and beat the crap out of the I/O limitations in the Intel architectures. … oldcoder

And you aint at all wrong with that observation, oldcoder.
Great Gamers/New Orderly World Order Players require nothing less to lay waste to Intel architectures, which be little more than just unjust moronic base exoskeletons and amongst the finest of oxymorons.
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The chatter starts around 29:30
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