You could doubtless define some vector operator, but what for? The point of the scalar we call 'energy' is that you can show that it's a conserved quantity in Newtonian mechanics.
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I don't think so, or not significantly, it's just more difficult to mobilise. You can mobilise it with solvents or even oils. Lycopene is actually a solid, and in tomato sauce it's presumably dissolved in the small amounts of fats and oils naturally in the tomato, and they would soak into the fabric, so detergents help as well. Lycopene is also broken down by UV, so leaving it out in the sun helps.so tends to soak in and stay in fabrics
So is it binding to non-polar moieties in the chemicals that make up the fabric? Like the cotton fibres, for instance?
The standard way that the Enigma was used was that the beginning of the plaintext was 3 characters, repeated.The thing is, even with brute force you still have to have a model of the plaintext data.I know.
In addition you don't have enough letters in your plaintext. Because it's shorter than the keyspace, it's probable there's multiple valid plaintexts that could produce that encrypted output.
I also know I'm not the one who said " Most of them will fail in six memory lookups at the first hurdle."
So, show me how most of the zillion possibilities are excluded in 6 lookups.
It would also be instructive to see how many clock cycles it takes to actually "run" thisNah. It's 6 additions and 9 memory lookups, there's pipelining so the additions and lookups will happen in parallel, and the table lookups should fit in the on-chip caches. If they don't fit, then yes, it would be very slow, and you've picked the wrong processor for this workload. Also, processors these days are superscalar, so you can write the code to run several decode attempts running in parallel on different cores, this kind of thing parallelises really, really well.
I suspect it's over 1000