It wasn't a theory, it was a badly formed idea that has been proposed and shot down many hundreds of times before. Whatever it is called, we did disprove it. You don't have to disprove all of a "theory" to discard it, you simply have to disprove enough of it to be certain that it is wrong, or not likely to be worth bothering with in your lifetime.
You can't put up a daft idea, then complain that we attack its weakest point. Why would we bother worrying about the detail of what we might do next, when the first hurdle is so insurmountable?
Propose a real theory for how we can get through the first barrier, then it becomes worth talking about what the next steps might be. Before you do that, do some reading of the many discussions on this topic that have littered the Internet since the Xbox 360 was released, so you don't just rework an old theory that has been tried and failed.
Until then you're (note the correct spelling) the only failure here.
Edit: But I'm glad you enjoyed reading the RSA Factoring Challenge article. It's a good start.This post has been edited by Heimdall: Jul 3 2012, 02:14 AM