but, tennis is also about movement. It's not all in the swing of the racquet but if that is your game's defiency then this tool can definitely be of help.
Laws that punish the bad behaviour. They do not need to intrude any further than that. If they laws say you cannot kill or harm your fellow man through any means (one of them is pollution), then that should be sufficient. It may sound naive and simplistic but that's what it boils down to. We just need someone to protect us from the bad actors in society. That's all.Make the act(s) of harming people illegal with severe enough punishment and allow the citizens to look for bad actors.
All of these things can be taken care of WITHOUT the countless acronym agencies and insane amount of resources they consume. The government can indeed provide the same effective functionality without intruding on everyone's life and becoming a parasitic drag on the economy.
If the 'feature' is already manufactured and installed in the automobile, how would they justify charging for it later? Is the car going to come with a EULA that says you don't own it? Will the car purchase will become a car license? I hate all this sh1t. It all started with stupid iTunes.
At least as far as common sense goes she seems to always back the wrong horse. I think I disagree with her on every single issue I've ever heard her talk about.
Actually, American drivers have 2 bad habits that if eliminated, they wouldn't be so bad. Hogging the left lane is one, pulling out of stop signs even though there's oncoming traffic is the other. For the most part, American drivers are courteous and careful but of course there are exceptions.
But I am with you, that's how I read it too but they should voice their concerns more clearly so that the public can 'get it'....
I can have my packages withing one hour of ordering?
If the amount of money being spent on the military annually was redirected to energy research we'd probably have no need to chase energy around the planet anymore.
Plus, they probably had 'donations' from both firms so they both need to eat at the govt trough.
If ALL cars were automated there should be no car to car accidents as they will all communicate with each other and at the first sign of trouble by one car all the others in the vicinity will know to slow down. But, in a hybrid world where the auto cars have to deal with humans we will have a lot of problems. 1. The auto car will be programmed to be nervous nellies. Since they cannot predict what the crazy humans do, they will stomp on the brakes at any sign of trouble. 1.1 I expect Humans to be very confused by the behaviour of the auto cars and cause accidents. Who gets blamed then? 2. I expect Humans to maliciously mess with the auto cars, brake check them, etc. 3. Unless a unified auto car communication and behaviour protocol is created I expect many of the auto cars from different manufacturers to exhibit behaviours that will look bizarre to a human. 4-way stop sign resolution for example.
Because of the legalities, the automated cars will drive like grandmas.
Why can't we take a DNA sample from ourselves when we are say, 25 years old? Then at any time in our life, use a virus to infect ourselves with our younger DNA? Wouldn't that correct all the accumulated damage effectively reversing some of the aging and also curing any DNA-related illnesses?
Especially if there is a 'panic' feature built in. If you are about to be the victim of a crime, you trigger the 'panic' and everything starts being recorded/offloaded to the cloud, including names of offenders, etc. I really like this feature. Of course, it could be taken to extremes, guy cuts you off on the interstate? You have a little road-rage? Get his name, address, etc and go ape shit on him or his property. The possibilities for good & evil are endless. It will depend on what we as a society decide to do with this tech.
I mean, didn't his cause havoc already?