amanfromMars 1 Sat 7 Jan 18:47  …. points out the obvious again for gain on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/07/chinese_researchers_claimed_quantum_encryption/
Well, they would say that, wouldn’t they. They aint stupid, are they.
Nobody with any great sense will make any sort of a claim that they have cracked/hacked secret security encryption with quantum. They will just enjoy the advantage and plan for future inconvenient revelations.
amanfromMars 1 Sun 8 Jan 09:40  ……. crosses a Rubicon on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/07/quantum_entanglement_discovery/
Such may be highly disruptive in the course of being fablessly creative. So be IT.
In the absence of evidence produced/presented by downvoters to the contrary, it is more reasonable than not to assume that they do not honestly and fully understand and fail to translate and transfer and connect to real world scenarios/adeptly inept politically incorrect geophysical circles that which the future offers, and any stuck-in-the-past present does futile fickle self-destructive battle against.
Such may have one pondering on the aptness of the following quote supplied by nautica in reply to another post here on El Reg
“Far more crucial than what you do know or what you do not know is what you do not want to know.” –Eric Hoffer
And please, if you are offended in any way by views shared here, avoid the further pain realisation may visit upon you after reading more of what Eric Hoffer thought to say shared here
Information, education and entertainment it certainly is, and something which AI and IT has intelligently designed novel social media platforms to provide for supply of future enlightening and previously unknown exciting content.