A hard drive should be written with all possible brief 01 sequences named "a, b, c, d; or 1,2,3,4..." heavy, or static on the HD in one sector about 2mb in size. The remaining portion of the HD shall be written as 'AVGRD24GTYY6' and code over to the key. This can allow multilayer encryption techniques that can fit hundreds of thousands of times more data onto the same HD, depending on the size of the key.
I donate this information to AMD and Intel, and all 3rd party private computer makers, and all techs who could use it for good. This is trinary. [Polynary.]
This same feat can be accomplished in radio transmissions and broadcasts to sets having special decoder systems. The prefix will be sent out every several seconds of data, and the receiver will tune to that system of keys to decode the information being dispensed. This way each waveform will be a *bundle* of information instead of its basic translation. This can allow heavily encrypted information and very information dense long-wave transmissions.
It also allows software defined radio, described in Better Godliness Through Chemistry and the elimination of the use of shortwaves and ultrashortwaves, and considerably widens the usefulness of TV and radio channels.
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