I beg to differ. Our Constitutional Rights are not absolute. There are exceptions to free speech.
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what more needs to be said?
Agree - I used to work on nukes - they are designed to disperse, not detonate, on anything other than a properly sequenced detonation.
MD is a 2 party consent state - can't use it here!
It is unbelievable the arguments against this. Fighter aircraft have been controlled by joysticks for years. The argument concerning power steering failure is plain BS. I'm now 56 and I have experienced power steering failure once in my life and the car let me know it was coming well ahead of the actual failure. MTBF is very high and not an issue.
This is way overdue.
The cruise ship industry has been doing this for years!!!! What proof of concept is necessary? This is an industry best practice and this $33M is wasted money.
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BS - if there wasn't a business case for migrating to IPv6, then they wouldn't do it. The case is obvious, demand by their customers. If they don't provide it, their customers will go elsewhere.