I can work on computers, missiles, and a lot of other high tech or crazy things, but I don't work on cars because I know little beyond theories on their mechanics.
Of course. It's kind of hard to include statistics on intersections that have not been studied, and there are also often resource issues preventing the study of all intersections in a city.
There have also been several other studies that show that the red light cams actually increase accident rates.
Things "might" have gone smoother with the American forces in Europe, but they were also engaged in the Pacific conflict at the same time, and needed the shifting of forces from the ending of the European conflict to bring a conclusion to the Pacific conflict. Of course there are the nukes, but those only ended it quicker and with far less bloodshed than would have happened otherwise, even with the most optimistic forecasts. It just goes to show that fighting a war on multiple fronts is never a good idea.
Usually it's a pissing Contest, but strangely enough, your "pissing context" seems to fit it better.
Also, I have to wonder how many of those buildings will cost almost or more to do these retrofits than they are worth.
You have to wonder if it's going to be cheaper to tear it down and build something new.
The guest speaker was half dead from temporal lag and the symposium got over scheduled, twice!
Don't even ask about the Parallelers. Ack!
(Disclaimer - Sony has a rather well deserved lousy reputation in this area for their past actions here, so I'm not likely to give them the benefit of the doubt for much of anything.)