Here, he muses about how parents could discuss death with their children: "What if we, as loving parents and conscientious teachers, told children that, yes, someday, the people you love are going to die but they will always live in your memory safe
from both the strife and suffering of life and the inscrutable agony of spiritual immortality." Much more wise insight from Logsdon lies between the covers of this small but poignant book.
The security measure that the Princeton University researchers breached is called disk encryption, which is meant to keep information stored in a computer's permanent memory safe
. It's often used for laptops, according to Alex Halderman, a Ph.D.