RDF data is normalized before it is encoded. This means that the same content always gets the same identifier (URN).
Load some sample RDF data, encode it and then decode it to see how the normalized form looks (it's not pretty).
The read capability allows content to be read
The verification capability allows all blocks to be verified for integrity, but does not allow the content to be read
Blocks are stored in memory and can be removed or randomized (corrupted).
Optionally IPFS can be used as block storage and transport. Note: This does not work reliably from the browser. For more reliable demos of how to use ERIS with IPFS see the Guile and node.js implementations/demos.enable IPFS