1. Macquare University Photonics study shoots lasers through diamonds for quantum encryption  NEWS.com.au
  2. Diamond laser taps into spooky quantum world for true randomization  New Atlas
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Scientists are shooting lasers through diamonds, ostensibly to create random sequences to improve digital encryption but also because as if you wouldn’t do the same thing when presented the chance.Scientists are shooting lasers through diamonds, ostensibly to create random sequences to improve digital encryption but also because as if you wouldn’t do the same thing when presented the chance.

Macquare University Photonics study shoots lasers through diamonds for quantum encryption

There’s no such thing as random in classical physics – for true randomization you need to turn to quantum physics. Now scientists have done just that, creating secure encryption keys based on the genuine randomness of quantum vibrations of diamond.Randomization may seem simple, but there’s basically no such thing in classical physics – pretty much everything could be theoretically predicted if you had enough information. For true randomization you need to turn to the spooky world of quantum physics, and now scientists have done just that, creating secure encryption keys based on the genuine randomness of quantum vibrations of diamond.

Diamond laser taps into spooky quantum world for true randomization