An encryption firm uses a unique technique to make their data as difficult to breach as possible.

Encryption is an extremely effective approach to protect data online.

To access the encrypted data, you’ll need an encryption key.

This is a terrific approach to protect it, but it all depends on how easy it is to obtain the code if you are not the intended receiver, because once you have the key, the data is no longer encrypted.

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The difficulty is that if you use computers to generate these codes, the machines will begin to show patterns in the codes they generate.

If you can identify a pattern, you may be able to guess or anticipate a code.

If you make enough guesses based on a predictable pattern that you’ve noticed, one of them may be true at some point, then the game ends.

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So, the obvious solution to this problem is to ensure that your encryption codes are as random as possible.

But how do you ensure this?

Cloudflare, an encryption business, devised a simple yet efficient solution: lava lights.

Yes, you read it correctly.

Completely random codes are challenging, yet the movement of a lava lamp is never exactly the same between two moments.

Part of what appeals to me is how they morph and shift in such a delightful way.

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This is a random pattern, and more importantly, it is highly unpredictable, making it helpful.

Instagram user @londonliu_ took to the platform to explain how it works.

She went on to say: “As the lava lamp bubbles move a video camera on the ceiling mirrors their changes to a computer, which converts the randomness into a code that’s pretty much un-hackable.”

Not only that, but you may take part in the process.

You might assume that such crucial lava lamps would be safely hidden away in some strange science fantasy vault, but they are actually accessible to the public.

@londonliu_ explained: “You can actually see these lava lamps in person.” The organization actively invites visitors since external disruptions such as human movement and lighting changes combine to make the random code even more difficult to predict.

“So in a way by standing in front of the lava lamp display, you play a role in making the internet a more secure place.”

College students develop a 3D printed home for under $250,000.
College students successfully constructed a completely new home using 3D printing.

A group of college students has accomplished what dozens of individuals in the construction industry have been attempting to do for years: develop affordable housing.

The home is not only inexpensive, but also trendy and environmentally responsible, thanks to Woodbury University architecture students who employed sustainable materials and powered it with renewable energy.

What is not to love?

The students created the Solar Futures Home on the university’s Burbank campus.

Away from campus, the average Burbank home costs $1.2 million.

However, this property only cost $250,000 to build, which is less than a fourth of the price.

People are commenting about the house’s pricing and sustainability, as well as how it was built – utilizing 3D printing.

The residence was the first 3D printed construction allowed and built in the city of Los Angeles, and it took 15 months to complete.

The 425-square-foot, open-plan property was developed as part of the US Department of Energy’s nationwide collegiate competition.

Approximately 24 students collaborated on the project, including recent graduate Jade Royer.

She commented on the property: “I think it looks really great. I’m delighted we left it raw concrete… we didn’t put any paint or anything on top of it, so we can see all of the different layers and the actual substance.”

Fellow graduate Jessica Gomez told ABC7 that she enjoys the kitchen because it employs a lot of sustainable materials.

“The dining chairs and the table are made from recyclable paper, so we try to think sustainably from the building but also with how we wanted to furnish it.”

Dr. Barry Ryan, president of Woodbury University, believes that their indisputably unique design could be the future of home building.

“It’s a proof of concept that this really can be done and then can be repeated and scaled in a way that has a huge effect on our community but on the world at large even,” he went on to say.

Heather Flood, dean of Woodbury’s School of Architecture, stated that the property pricing is ‘very inexpensive for housing in Los Angeles’.

As of now, it is unknown how the campus land will be used; nevertheless, the institution has some suggestions.

According to The Los Angeles Times, university administrators are considering using it as a guest house for visiting speakers or a residence for a homeless student.