Copyright 2/19/2020 Justin Coslor -- Cube of Cubes UNICODE Toggle Flag
Encryption Continued -- I have been thinking about the cube of
cubes and realized that it does not need to use prime numbers or a
primeline at all, just UNICODE and toggle flags 0-9 for X and 0-9
for Y and 0-10 for Z. Here is what the output could look like for
the small cube [X0,Y0,Z0]. This 10x10 is on Z0 plate 0. If I
extended it then there would be 11 Z0 plates. The rest of the
randomized UNICODE hash table would continue onto the next small
cube and then the next and the next, etc such that there are ten
sets of X1 columns of cubes per Y1 row of cubes, and ten Y1 rows of
cubes per Z1 plate of cubes, and eleven Z1 plates of cubes total,
resulting in a cube of cubes containing 1210000 UNICODE symbols
including 95,888 blank ones that can be used for something in the
future, since UNICODE has 1114112 symbols total.
This is Z0 plate 0 of 10 (eleven plates) in Z1's cube 0 of 10.
[0123456789] X0-AXIS (10 column symbols 0-9)
Ordering: [QWERTYUIOP] 0 Y0-AXIS (10 row symbols 0-9)
[ASDFGHJKLZ] 1
[XCVBNM1234] 2
[567890!@#$] 3
[%^&*()_...] 4
[..........] 5
[..........] 6
[..........] 7
[..........] 8
[..........] 9
Fortunately in this example the ordering is minimaly randomized, so all
of the msg symbols show up in the first three rows of the Y0
axis on the top plate of the first Z0 plate, in X1 plate 0,
Y1 plate 0, Z1 plate 0, i.e. starting in the first cube in
the cube of cubes.
T, E, S, T, I, N, G, 1, 2, 3, . . . to end of msg.
(each is 0-9) X0: 4, 2, 1, 4, 7, 4, 4, 6, 7, 8, . . . to end of msg.
(each is 0-9) Y0: 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 2, 1, 2, 2, 2, . . . to end of msg.
(each is 0-10) Z0: 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, . . . to end of msg.
(each is 0-9) X1: 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, . . . to end of msg.
(each is 0-9) Y1: 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, . . . to end of msg.
(each is 0-10) Z1: 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, . . . to end of msg.
Message length (in this case msg length = 10 symbols): "TESTING123"...
Keep the X's separate from the Y's and keep those separate from the
Z's and keep the ordering separate. If any of those are kept
separate then the message will be secure, especially if the UNICODE
hash table is randomized occasionally.
On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 6:47 PM Justin Coslor justincoslor @ gmail.com
wrote: Andy, I will pay you to program this. I want to put ASCII CUBE
PRIME TOGGLE FLAG ENCRYPTION and UNICODE CUBE OF CUBES PRIME TOGGLE FLAG
ENCRYPTION on my http://picform.org website. I posted this to there
today: http://picform.org/20200116-CoslorJustinM-Cube-of-Cubes.txt This
system is basically a six dimensional intersection scratchpad with a set
of randomized hash table orderings. Justin Coslor 02/17/2020
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Justin Coslor justincoslor @ gmail.com
Feb 20, 2020, 4:28 PM (11 days ago) to Andrew
Cube of Cubes examples:
This is the first symbol of the first cube in the cube of cubes:
(each is 0-9) X0: 0
(each is 0-9) Y0: 0
(each is 0-10) Z0: 0
(each is 0-9) X1: 0
(each is 0-9) Y1: 0
(each is 0-10) Z1: 0
This is the last symbol of the first cube of the cube of cubes:
(each is 0-9) X0: 9
(each is 0-9) Y0: 9
(each is 0-10) Z0: 10
(each is 0-9) X1: 0
(each is 0-9) Y1: 0
(each is 0-10) Z1: 0
This is the last symbol of the last cube in the cube of cubes:
(each is 0-9) X0: 9
(each is 0-9) Y0: 9
(each is 0-10) Z0: 10
(each is 0-9) X1: 9
(each is 0-9) Y1: 9
(each is 0-10) Z1: 10
Justin Coslor 2/19/2020
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