I love performing electronic repairs, although I do not have practice (and wonder how good I would be) on devices this small. However I do not see the economic feasibility... someone enlighten me.
Why? I've seen the lives it has destroyed, plus I now live across the street from a store in Seattle where it is legally sold, but the local cops have been ordered to not enforce the law and arrest the drug addicts.
Plus, it's unfair that it doesn't help women as much with pain, so it needs to be banned for that reason alone.
Birth Control pills are not nearly as effective for men as women. We should ban those too.
The First Amendment guarantees that the government will not abridge your freedom of speech. (Certain limitations, among them threatening public officials, still apply.)
It says nothing about private entities, such as corporations, being prohibited from abridging your speech.
Look at it like this. Freedom of speech does not guarantee you a venue. It guarantees you a voice. No one has to listen, and no one is obligated to provide you a microphone.
You can say what you want, but Twitter still has the option under their Terms of Service to ban you. You can still say the same things; you just can't say them on their service.
I would add it also does not protect you from the consequences of speech. Yell fire in a theater is the mos quoted example, but walking into a biker bar and telling the biggest guy there his girl looks like a methhead skank and her crotch smells like the rotting cum from the last gangbang is well within your rights. No piece of paer is going to protect you from what happens next.
utilizing high-speed coherent lasers to connect with base stations on two different continents
A laser differs from other sources of light in that it emits light coherently.
- From Wikipedia
Lasers also operate at the speed of light (albeit the encoding is slower than that).
Me wonders what a llow speed incoherent laser looks like? Maybe signal mirrors? What type of technology is China using?
Lo! Men have become the tool of their tools. -- Henry David Thoreau