No, but if they are feeling sick and generally like crap they may have some more autism like symptoms, until they get better.
However Anxiety often called butterflies in your stomach for a reason. You feel a little stress and your body reacts to the stress which then feed backs to the brain and escalates it.
Now if you have Gut Bacteria (which we all do and for the most part it is a good thing) but your particular unique combination tends to react harder when you feel a little stress then it could cause the anxiety reflex. Other people they may still get the same initial stress but their bacteria mixture in their body doesn't react to it the same way and stops the feedback problem.
If this idea is truly the case in humans, then we may be able to treat autism with a mixture of antibiotics and probiotics to kill of the bad bacteria and add some good ones.
Bah I have been playing lunar lander well into the 1990's
Now if the Union Leaders tried to keep a peaceful strike. That is one thing.
This isn't a strike it was planed malicious attack.
Also Civil disobedience isn't protected by law. It means you are breaking the law for a cause. Now that you are going to break the law, you get caught you will face the penalty.
Now if society feels your disobedience was worth it, you will be a marter for your cause, and cause future laws to be changed. However for the most part you will still be in jail.
That is what I got out of it.
Think of the Engineers and Scientists who made the a-Bomb.
1. Don't help and you will be the reason for a sustained war costing millions of lives of mostly military personnel.
2. Make the A-Bomb that will kill ten thousand civilians and ending the war.
If I say designed a better targeting system. Did I...
1. Make a system more capable of destroying people.
2. Make a system more capable of not hitting the wrong people.
Well there is a degree of risk if you are going to perform crime.
If you try to mug someone, that guy just may have a gun and shoot you.
If you steal something it just might be too hazardous for you to carry.
Justice normally become more proportional the longer after the crime is committed.
There is a lot to say about convenience over efficiency. Now if the price to charge per mile is still less then gasoline then it will probably still work. If we could get off the grid for a lot of this stuff with say Solar Power Stations setup at stores parking and offer it for free it will be a big hit, even if it means you can add a few miles when you are parked for a half an hour.
I will need to remap all my commands. So things like + - * / will need to be A S M D but that might be used already perhaps I need to get more creative and use the last letter in the word, it is already used go back one letter until it fits... so it would be D T Y E
int class = 42;
There are numerous other examples. The interesting behaviour of sizeof() when you have a class and a variable of the same name is one of my favourites.
That and to be fare, Enterprise drives may have a much higher level of usage then personal drives.
1. It is ineffective. The Koch brothers stance that there is some Liberal Conspiracy going on, hacking them and creating a DOS only proves their paranoia, and only makes them more resolved to continue.
2. It could hurt the wrong people. Are you hitting only their data center, or is that data center shared with other organizations as well. I had a job at a placed that hosted Electronic medical records. We had an external hosting site... They also hosted a big evil bank. They DOS the Bank but they also DOS thousands of doctors EMR systems. Granted we had a backup route, but that may not be the case.
3. You put your views on the moral low ground. Are your point so week and irrational that you need to jump into a technological bulling to get your point across.
At the saving of battery life and natural non back-lighting you loose refresh speed, and brightness of the device, and the ability to use it in the dark without some external light shining on it.
We have the Kindle and the Kindle Fire. One with ePaper and one with an LCD display. The Kindle is only for reading, the Kindle Fire is for much more.
When given an option people usually choose more.
In countries such as Korea and China, battery life may be more necessity over more features.
Also companies like to try out product ideas in other countries as to get a general feel for the product before they go into mass production.
Freedom of speech isn't safe. In fact it is very dangerous. That is why the United States has that first in its bill of rights, because it is so dangerous, you need a powerful law to keep it intact.
But it is really fair for the Government to say protect Far Left ideas while trying to hinder far right ones?
Now I do not support this ideology, and I agree it could lead to dangerous behavior. But trying to suppress it, could be worse. That means you could have a large population afraid to speak their minds. And if there was a government shift to the Far Right, there could be far more supporters then you would think. With little education to help moderate many of them.
Freedom of Speech and Democracy are hand and hand. Now Democracy isn't about getting the best leader, it is about balancing safety with freedom of speech.
If you have Far Right ideas and you are vocal about them, and you still loose each election, it means you probably will not be able to take over the government, any attempt including military fill fail as bulk of the citizens will be against you. However if you hinder the freedom of speech, you could have the majority to join on your side in case of some revolution happens.
On the other hand, crowdfunding things like kickstarter make patronage a lot easier. You don't need to be able to afford to hire an orchestra to play, you just need to find enough other people who are willing to do so. There was an article a few months ago about an effort to do this and produce high-quality public domain recordings of a large set of classical pieces.
We're in a world now where a band can produce an okay recording of a few songs in their living room, distribute it for free, and ask for funding for doing a studio recording of the whole album. They can then distribute the album for free and ask for funding for the next one (and bookings for gigs and so on). They're free to set the threshold cost for the next album to whatever they want, and if they have enough fans that think it's worth chipping in for, then it gets made and they get paid.
VMS managed to get the idea of the platform ABI specifying procedure call conventions right very early on. It had quite an easy job though. C, BASIC and Fortran are all structured programming languages with basically the same set of primitive types. None of them have (or, in the VMS days, had) classes, late binding, or real garbage collection. BASIC is kind-of GC'd, but it doesn't have pointers and so everything passed across the language barrier from BASIC was by value, so the GC didn't have to do anything clever.
It's worth remembering that when VMS was introduced, other platforms were still having problems getting C and Pascal to play nicely together (Pascal pushing arguments onto the stack in the opposite order to C), so that's not to belittle the achievement of VMS, but it's a very different world now that we have Simula and Smalltalk families of object orientation, various branches of functional languages, languages like Go and Erlang with (very different) first-class parallelism, and so on.