When are you going to add support for table, inline-table, table-row-group, table-column, table-column-group, table-header-group, table-footer-group, table-row, table-cell, and table-caption? These will make a lot of standards-compliant fluid-width site designs practical as they already work reasonably well everywhere else.
It sounds almost like an early form of block-transfer computations as described in Doctor Who.
Theoretical should not imply untestable.
Definitely my playing of interactive fiction led to my creation of interactive fiction which in turn led to my career as a software developer.
I hope the first NASA astronauts to get there won't have the option of landing in a Martian Walmarts parking lot and eating at the nearby Martian McDonalds, but some days I do have my doubts.
They never have before, and in fact the FDA would actually consider the existence of such a backdoor a risk that'd have to be evaluated as part of the process.
As someone who has released network-capable medical products professionally, I can say that the FDA has already been requiring companies to provide all this information anyway. All that's new here is that there's now a final guidance in place that means less guesswork in trying to determine exactly what information they care about and what format to provide it in.