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    Probably bury it somewhere.
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    Same as you, up your arse.
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    If it's information: I'd just remember it. Duh. xD Safest place I know.
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    Encipher using one time pad generated by a cryptographically secure random number generator. Bury ciphertext at random location. Bury key at random location. Destroy original document.

    Assuming it's worth it.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    If it's information: I'd just remember it. Duh. xD Safest place I know.
    what if its 500 words of info


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    what if its 500 words of info


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    I wouldn't have passed GCSE German if I couldn't remember 500 words of information. Sure, it might take some time - but if it's important enough, I don't think I don't think I'd mind spending time on it.
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    Id hide it in an art museum and incorporate it into a sculpture.
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    Put it in a pot of bean, carrot, and lamb stew, and then freeze it all
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I wouldn't have passed GCSE German if I couldn't remember 500 words of information. Sure, it might take some time - but if it's important enough, I don't think I don't think I'd mind spending time on it.
    what if it were codes like :/364!fuhTigg123 and other random symbols? you would never remember that even if you studied the native language of cripton.


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    (Original post by Treypound)
    what if it were codes like :/364!fuhTigg123 and other random symbols? you would never remember that even if you studied the native language of cripton.


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    I'm pretty sure I could, given time. At the end of the day it's just memory. Almost anybody can do it if they put their mind to it. It doesn't take particular skill to remember a pattern.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I'm pretty sure I could, given time. At the end of the day it's just memory. Almost anybody can do it if they put their mind to it. It doesn't take particular skill to remember a pattern.
    If you had 10 years then yes, 2 days you couldn't do it.


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    If you had 10 years then yes, 2 days you couldn't do it.


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    10 years? LOL, don't be ridiculous. If I had two days to learn 500 characters of gibberish where I could forget about every other commitment and deadline, I could do it. Perhaps you couldn't but I'm perfectly aware of my own abilities.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    10 years? LOL, don't be ridiculous. If I had two days to learn 500 characters of gibberish where I could forget about every other commitment and deadline, I could do it. Perhaps you couldn't but I'm perfectly aware of my own abilities.
    you're pissing me off now, lets test the theory then I have a program that can display words for a certain time then they will disappear also printscreen wont work if you win I will give you 150 quid if you lose you give me 150


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    you're pissing me off now, lets test the theory then I have a program that can display words for a certain time then they will disappear also printscreen wont work if you win I will give you 150 quid if you lose you give me 150
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    I'm pissing you off? For what reason? Because I'm making a simple statement of fact based on my own abilities? What blasphemy on my part.

    No thanks, the deadline for medicine applications is fast approaching and I have two aptitude tests to prepare for. You can keep your '150 quid.'
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    I would have to kill myself if I told anybody
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    I'd keep it on me. People tend to stay away from me anyway.
 
 
 
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