Can a secure code, for the time being, be developed from the orientations of n-poles in the CBR?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For instance, a binary sequence can be constructed from the series of n-poles like those observed by COBE. The monopole would have a value 0 or 1 according to its symmetry with respect to an arbitrary (secret?) axis. Similarly the dipole, quadrupole, octupolead infinitum.

Whoever has the detailed knowledge of the CBR may have information potentially sensitive in nature, applicable to encryption without the need for large primes.

Do other classical measurements better offer an opportunity to obtain - albeit temporarily - secure yet universal access to keys?

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