Geographical Encryption of Non Local Memory?
In the last post I touched base with Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" wherein Scrooge was haunted by his own memory in the form of interacting with these vivid, albeit ghostly visages of his past, wherein he was able to do what few of us can accomplish, that is to say, we can never experience a raw, unedited view of ourselves from the outside looking in. I mention this both as to the nature of ghosts and the nature of memory, both of which remain as elusive as the nature of consciousness itself. Add into this mix quantum encryption. Well, you may ask, what is quantum encryption? A full explanation is beyond the purposes of this post. However, one can easily find various descriptions of it in relation to the next advances in computers which of course could be thought of as conceptual parallels of the processing that occurs in our minds. Yet a computer is not sentient in of itself. Bear in mind the locations of ghost phenomenon whether it is human ghosts of memory or non human simulations when you read this excerpt from a definition of some of the principals involved in the material manifestations utilizing memory perhaps as a metaphor for experiential paranormal simulations that appear to be material and yet are not.
"The goal of position-based quantum cryptography is to use the geographical location of a player as its (only) credential. For example, one wants to send a message to a player at a specified position with the guarantee that it can only be read if the receiving party is located at that particular position. In the basic task of position-verification, a player Alice wants to convince the (honest) verifiers that she is located at a particular point. It has been shown by Chandran et al. that position-verification using classical protocols is impossible against colluding adversaries (who control all positions except the prover's claimed position). Under various restrictions on the adversaries, schemes are possible..."
Add to this that everything we experience is indirect by means of simulations. Not that the external world does not exist, but we cannot directly access it other than by the simulations of the mind.