Yes, you are, If the attacker can elevate privilege. Some devices have the driver copy the firmware in from a file on the host when it initializes. Other devices have a command that can be issued that will reload firmware on an internal flash.
Sure, but for the good of society we need to not force people to choose. That is, recognize that an employment climate that turns individual families into nomadic micro-tribes is not reasonable. There's a reason the stable community is rare these days.
It would be true at the posted speed limit and a bit below (for safety). If you're going much slower, you won't need a visual marker at all and if you're speeding you're on your own.
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Sure, why not? Why would kids or adults need a stable community? That's what Prozac is for.
Here's a question. Let's say that for some reason you could get the same pay you have now but for flopping whoppers. Would you switch jobs or keep what you have now?
How much more would you need to be offered to get you to flop whoppers?
Actually there are genetically distinct resistant bacteria that thrive primarily in the hospital environment.
When hospitals are socking patients with ruinous bills, is it so much to ask that they wash their hands? Do they need to hire preschool teachers to remind them to wash their hands? Perhaps they should go stand in the corner.
There are other issues to be addressed as well, but what should be the easiest of them is proving to be a real problem.
If you're anywhere inside the zone you should just continue through the light since you DO have time and do not have enough distance to stop. If it turns yellow while you are OUTSIDE the zone, you should stop.
Mostly this would make local authorities lay their cards on the table.
Not the best example there. I *DO* hope you were going for funny.
They're not that bad really. Besides, I'm talking about normal safe braking, not maximum.
It stands to reason that a car that cannot stop for a yellow light cannot be considered road worthy since it would run the red all the time.
The practical limit will be commercial vehicles. The deceleration zone will be their stopping distance plus a safety margin.
At 45 MPH, the recommended yellow time is 5 seconds. That suggests a deceleration zone of 330 feet. If you're closer than that when the light changes, you'll clear the intersection before it turns red. At greater than 330 feet, you should certainly be able to stop without slamming the brakes on.
I didn't miss the almost (meaning not actually veto proof) for the 2006 re-authorization.
There are standards for all that. You mark the deceleration zone based on the road worthiness standard. Take the longest distance a car can take to stop and still be street legal.
I'm not necessarily concerned about cameras either way. Ideally, video footage showing a driver braking/continuing correctly based on the markings should be an absolute defense against a ticket for running the red (since it would prove the yellow is too short), but for that reason the local government will never install one. Meanwhile, the length of the zone being too short to safely stop according to the speed limit and road worthiness standards would also be an absolute defense.
Another aid would be to mark the deceleration zone for the lane at legal speed. If you are in that zone when it turns yellow, accelerate. If you are not in it yet when you get a yellow, stop normally.
Or the yellow is too short for the posted speed.
The minimum length of a yellow must allow enough time to realize it has turned yellow plus enough time to either safely come to a stop or continue through the intersection at normal speed plus enough time to allow for human mis-calculations. If it is any shorter than that (or if other yellow lights in the area are too short) you will get people gunning it or panic stopping. Shorter still and you'll have people running the red. Force people to run the red often enough and they'll decide one more won't hurt and they'll start 'accidentally on purpose' running the red
Making the penalty for running a red too high can also result in people gunning it or panic stopping to make SURE they don't run the red. That cost can be in liklihood of an accident (from not having all red) or the cost in points (and so insurance rates) or the fine itself.
Of course, if the yellow is TOO long (I've never sen that in practice), people will ignore it. A brief all reds state can add extra safety without having a too long yellow.
When writing tickets and traffic court are cost centers, you will tend to see the yellow time set to maximize safety. If those are a profit center (or if they reduce the cost of cameras to the local government), you'll tend to see reduced safety.
Stop trying to turn your sloth and lack of discipline into some sort of twisted virtue, because it most certainly is not!
Have you considered that the stench of born-again self-righteousness just killed your appetite?