This is a very powerful argument, but is not quite a rigorous
proof. Thermodynamics is like saying that because all zeros below 10^20 have
a real part of 0.5 therefore there are no non trivial zeros for which that
is not the case. What I am saying is pedantic, very pedantic but will still
affect Clay's view of the matter.

You will *not* be able to decode Blackberry, of course.

  - Ian Parker

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