Gustav delves into the world of Cryptography and the Cold war to talk about One Time Pads and mysterious Number Stations. Due to scheduling conflicts and the time constraints of the holiday season, Gustav once again takes you into the rabbit hole of his mind to learn about espionage and gadgetry.
One time pads are means of creating a coded message that only can be deciphered if you have the corresponding copy of the one time pad. Intelligence agencies used them throughout the Cold War in conjunction with mysterious radio transmissions on what the public nicknamed Number Stations. Number stations broadcast on short wave frequencies and deliver one way messages to field operatives.
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