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     1      1   <h1>Unspecified Partial List of Problems that get Solved</h1>
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     3      3   <p>Software package repositories, <a href="">rubygems/gem</a>,
     4      4   <a href="">npm</a>, <a href="">nuget</a>,
     5      5   and scientific data collections, for example,
     6      6   <a href="">KEGG</a>, and media
     7      7   collections like the various internet archives can be made decentralized,
     8         -universal, censorship tolerant.</p>
            8  +universal, censorship tolerant. <a href="./ainfo/4d6ff3a33a3672ad">Typosquatting</a><i>(<a href="">archival
            9  +copy</a>)</i> is eliminated due to the fact that no sane person will ever start
           10  +to type in the Silktorrent package names, secure hash values, manually.&nbsp;</p>
           11  +
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           15  +<p><br>
           16  +</p>
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           18  +<h1>Delays in Space Communication</h1>
           19  +
           20  +<p>Due to the time it takes for a radio signal to propagate between the planet
           21  +Earth and the planet Mars the Silktorrent packet based software applications
           22  +will be very competitive among Earth-Mars communications applications. A
           23  +citation from <a href=""> article</a>&nbsp;<i>(<a href="">archival
           24  +copy</a>,&nbsp;)</i>:</p>
           25  +
           26  +<p style="text-align: right;"><i>...Krekel noted that Elon Musk wants to get
           27  +humanity to Mars by 2026. Do we think that 41-year-old technology like TCP/IP
           28  +or the 21-year-old HTTP will work on Mars? Can you call Gmail as a web app on
           29  +Mars? Someone in the audience suggested that it would just take "patience"
           30  +which elicited widespread laughter. Krekel said that the protocols we have will
           31  +not work on Mars.</i></p>
           32  +
           33  +<p style="text-align: right;"><i>But we already have Mars on Earth in places
           34  +where internet connectivity is not all that good. In 1981, there were 300
           35  +computers connected to the internet, but now there are now billions of devices
           36  +in the world that are still using this phone-based model. It turns out that's
           37  +not actually true, he said, some are following other models. There are
           38  +communication and synchronization mechanisms that some of these devices are
           39  +using to transfer data directly between them without using the internet.</i></p>
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           41  +<p><br>
           42  +</p>
           43  +
           44  +<h1>Affordable Data Exchange for Passengers</h1>
           45  +
           46  +<p>The Silktorrent packet based application architecture might also be
           47  +beneficial at the airline industry, where planes that pass each-other, exchange
           48  +Silktorrent packets. The routes, takeoff times, speeds, landing times of planes
           49  +are often times public, which means that a passanger jet on a long flight can
           50  +pass a Silktorrent packet wishlist to a regional flight in mid-air, the
           51  +regional flight lands before the plane at the long flight, offloads the
           52  +wishlist to ground based servers, those upload the request response to another
           53  +regional flight that is expected to be at the range of the long-flight plane.
           54  +That kind of arrangement can compensate for the lack of satellite bandwidth for
           55  +whatever reason, economic, weather, space-weather, satellite maintenance, etc.
           56  +All the planning, routing, is fully automated and all airports have internet
           57  +connections, WiFi-s, etc. anyways. Similar schemes can take place between
           58  +trains, cars, lorries, ships. Buses and metro-trains and trams have relatively
           59  +well predictable routes and schedules. Even taxis can participate. The routes
           60  +of people, who use GPS-navigation at their cars are also known in advance,
           61  +allowing further data packet route planning.</p>
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