[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> On Aug 24, 3:46 am, Tom Caylor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> >
> > > I think I will spend my limited time and energy on the decaying earth
> > > doing other things. Without even knowing much about the puzzle other
> > > than reading the puzzle description, my guess is that without some
> > > historic breakthrough on some unsolved problem in algebra, no matter
> > > what algorithmic method (except for possibly quantum computation) is
> > > used, the complexity requires more time and interest than is contained
> > > in the remaining history of mankind.
> >
> > > Tom
> >
> > In fact, it likely could be that the problem is already proved (in
> > algebra) to be too complex for non-quantum algorithms to solve in
> > history, and that the focus of the prize is then on the development of
> > quantum computation.- Hide quoted text -
> >
>
>
> According to what I read, a solution to the puzzle is likely to be
> equivalent to a solution to the P=NP problem.

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