But how would you guarantee that the random numbers were in fact random, and not just the same CD copied over and over with a random wraparound location change?
I always wondered whether this would work for making a truly unbreakable wi-fi link, have one random number store at the transmit end and a second at the receive end. Have the current location within RNDspace change with a temporal key sequence, so that the message can't be decoded by a third party.
Overwrite the data in the chip(s) perodically so that there is no way to recover the RND.
With >64GB memory chips this equates to many hundreds of hours of typical Internet use, but standard wifi points could act as relays for the data stream without being able to decode it
Combining this with the stratellite (aka balloon wifi) system or simply optical, you could upload your data to SkyNet and store it in the clouds.
Each balloon could copy the data to its neighbours and eventually all of them in the network would have copies of the data or one section of it.
With 1TB of SSD costing not much this is very handy indeed for distributing files over large areas without using the existing slow, unreliable CreakyBroadband (tm)