Originally Posted by BobbyBangin
Come up with more stuff...
Does that mean invent? Like the first successful gas powered car by Charles Duryea in America? Or did you mean the internet that was researched and invented in the US? Or maybe the telephone that was also invented in the US. What about electricity that was discovered here in the US? I'm not sure if discovered counts but you did say "come up with" so I'm going to include it. How about vulcanized rubber? Also an invention of the US. The Wright brothers had the first successful airplane flight which was in North Carolina. Which is also in the US. THAT was a pretty good "come up with". The light bulb was another good one. Not sure if you've heard of any of those but they are just a few among millions. Maybe you were referring the the invention of the wheel and glass. I guess those could most definitely be attributed to "foreigners". Love it or hate it the world today and the things we use in it is mostly based off of invention, discoveries, and innovations made in the US during the last century or so. As far as TB is concerned I guess that's a "come up with". They didn't really invent anything. They just took something that already existed in put it in a dongle and charged people for it. I don't guess they invented the PS3, flash drive/dongle, or the concept of charging people for something that should be free..I think the creators of bottled water could be credited for that.
Sorry, first gas powered car was invented by the german Karl Benz. Telephone, again NOT first invented by an american, but by an italian and/or belgian/german (20 years before Bell, bell was the first to aquire an american patent).. Electricity is a bit more tricky, but there were people in europe studying it before any american.. Vulcaniced rubber, UK was the first to patent it, even though Goodyear CLAIMS he invented it earlier, but actually it was the aztecs who already 'invented' it long before both of them.. Actually even the wrightbrothers give credit to the german Lilienthal. It was actually a Brit that had a lightbulb before mister edison, and even before him there were others who already had one, but weren't great..
So to just burst your star bangled banner bubble, the US hasn't invented a lot of stuff first even though you americans think you have...
Originally Posted by JonahUK
Yes it is, it's all in the wiki (signature fail)
You don't need to 'know' the keys to decrypt stuff.
You can get a ldr to do it. An eboot is a self.
But if they took what's already known, why isn't there an 'open source' version of those things out than? They certainly have some information that is not public..