oh wait. no it doesnt.
christ god forbid you so much as crack a grin at the euology of Steve Fucking Jobs. unless you're joking about the presenters elocution during the pronunciation of aluminum.
Harvard University was able to determine that, in the several hours leading up to the receipt of the e-mail messages described above, ELDO KIM accessed TOR using Harvard's wireless network.
which means one of a few things.
1. begin the witch hunt. anything that coincidentally happened to access TOR be it a botnet infected laptop or a freshman at a bus stop is now suspect for everything from the bombing of the USS cole to the assassination of president Lincoln. The government gets its boogeyman and Harvard gets its scapegoat for an occurance that happens across countless colleges every year, but means something only because its inconvenienced the children of the cloistered elite.
2. Harvards wireless is more than it seems. Terms and conditions, network traffic, as well as any requisite clients or software installed should be subject to analysis and investigation by students and staff. greyhat and blackhat alike should find this system of access points intriguing if only for the aformentioned quote.
in my opinion its probably the latter. students and faculty should cast serious suspicion on the part of Harvards network. an independent investigation into the nature of its operation needs to be conducted and any nefarious evesdroppers exposed. If nothing is found then its a clear case of parents with more brass than sense out for blood.
Terrorism is the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political, religious, or idealogical aims.
Forceful demand i suppose is as best i can codify the use of force or violence in the achievement of ones demands. I thnk you're assigning the cowardly and quite state sanctioned boilerplate of 9/11 to avoid unpopular criticism of a world power, which is also my point.. Patriotism is for the lonely.
political, religious, and ideological aims in many cases of terrorism were entirely reasonable (the founding of the united states was based on a religious demand), but ignored for so long as to incense their champions to determination without willful regard for loss. to back someone into a corner, to imbue them with 'nothing to lose' and the resolve to achieve is the point im making. that "terrorism" was their only recourse is to show how blind and purposelessly autocratic our government is.
No one is arguing with you that senseless violence and death is wrong, but to say that an exploited and marginalized caste of foreign nationals can be for their crimes met by a declaration of war, is as bombastic as insisting a kitchen roach infestation must be met by razing the house and salting the earth.
My point is that we meet this type of incursion with the maximum force because it undermines our plutocracy if we do not, and to approach an alternative foreign policy from a symbiotic perspective simply isnt a perogative of the ruling class at this time.
the coolant glitch is a result of a failed experiment in one of the science modules. If anyone watched NASA TV you could clearly hear the conversation up to the event. an astronaut can distinctly be overheard saying, "see, i told you it wont run Crysis"
Too much is not enough.