[LINK] Impervious to virus problems?

Stilgherrian stil at stilgherrian.com
Mon Jan 29 00:20:09 AEDT 2007

On 28/1/07 9:55 PM, "Brendan Scott" <brendansweb at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> Mustang Linux is a concept test for a pocket-sized, carry-anywhere OS that the
> team claims is impervious to virus problems. Future concepts include ...

... creating an immovable object, squaring the circle, and the providing
unlimited energy from ordinary tap water.


Some of the folks who claim to be computer experts should actually do some
background on computing and computation (the theory) as opposed to computers
(the machines). After all it's only been 60-odd years or more since such
claims of "cannot be broken" were proven to fall into the category of
"uncomputable functions" or, to put it in plain English, "things what ain't
possible, full stop".


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