I think we are alone in the Universe.
Many people will argue that, given the sheer size of our galaxy — let alone the observable universe — and the estimated high number of life supporting planets, it’s a near impossibility that there is no other life out there.
That’s an exciting prospect and I was arguing the same way in the past, but I’ve changed my mind.
The reason I changed my mind is the following: As mind-blowingly enormous the observable universe and even our galaxy alone might be, probabilities for the occurrence of possible events can be just as…
There are situations in which you either want — or are required — to store data in a way that allows to unequivocally prove when exactly this data has been stored or altered.
In this article I will explain what RFC3161 timestamps are and what problem they solve, and will then go on to explain why Git™ provides the perfect architecture to be used together with such timestamps in order to create a tamperproof data repository that can provide the following properties:
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