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What 'the Imitation Game' Didn't Tell You About Turing's Greatest Triumph

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Nazi Enigma encryption machine

A Nazi Enigma encryption machine is displayed at the World War II Museum in Natick, Mass. In the Oscar-nominated film "The Imitation Game," Benedict Cumberbatch leads a code-breaking operation targeting the machines.

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Freeman Dyson, 91, the famed physicist, author and oracle of human destiny, is holding forth after tea-time one February afternoon in the common room of the Institute for Advanced Study.

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