[LINK] Self-erasing flash drives destroy court evidence

Tom Worthington tom.worthington at tomw.net.au
Mon Mar 7 09:37:17 AEDT 2011

Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> Self-erasing flash drives destroy court evidence
> 'Golden age' of forensics coming to close By Dan Goodin in San Francisco
> Posted in ID, 1st March 2011 The Register
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/01/self_destructing_flash_drives/

By an amazing coincidence:


	Succussion and potentization to recover flash data

Canberra (7 March 2011): Breakthrough research was announced today into 
the recovery of data from completely erased flash memory devices. 
Professor Klerphell at the Link Institute announced that work has 
commenced to apply succussion and potentization techniques to the 
recovery of data from flash drives. Working with world leaders in 
Homeopathy, this is an extension of the theory that substances, such as 
water, have a "memory". It allows homeopathic preparations to work 
without any of the original substance being present.

Further work is planned with quantum physicists to recover data from one 
of two devices linked by "Quantum entanglement". This will allow data to 
be recovered from one of a pair of flash drives where its twin has been 
lost. Work is also under way to exploit the weak nuclear force 
conservation of parity and charge conjugation, allowing recovery of data 
from a completely blank flash drive, before the data has been written to it.


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