O'realy ? I don't care what courts think in reference to our rights.
david, I hear you, however when a constitutional right is exercised by a citizen and said citizens right is violated by the government, said citizens only redress is via the court.. There is no magic formula.. Hence an intense study of constitutional law is our only defense along with the where with all to fight via court.. I am fortunate that I possess both!
Who cares what .govs say about your rights ... they cannot regulate them and turn them into permissions. That's not what rights are all about.
didn't newton just have his third law violated, with NASA's newest propulsion design?
I doubt it ... once a law is established its considered golden....the requirement to disprove it is upon the party claiming that the law is no longer valid.
But the EM drive doesn't work that way. Its thrust seems to come from the impact of photons on the walls of the copper cavity. That would be like moving a car forward by just banging against the windshield.....https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...-says-it-works-anyway/?utm_term=.af362177e364
Consider you are in a small shed and you run up and jump onto a side ... can it fall over (ie move?) .. you bet. Why? Because Newton's laws require it to do so. Just because you don't have things coming out the the system does not mean that you cannot get a system to move in its environment.
I don't see NASA claiming that their experimental engine is violating any current physical law.
maybe, but aren't also some physicists attempting to prove that the speed of light is actually in fact a variable and that it's current speed is probably a reduction of it's prior top speed? which thereby reinforces einsteins cosmological constant "delta"?
sorry I watch a lot of scientific documentaries. I also watch a lot of history stuff too lately. ( the signs of history repeat BTW are staggering)
So you knowingly and willingly ignore Forum Rules #15.--snipped--
I completely ignore speed limits in my state....where 99.9% of SMDs are LIDAR (due to a state law banning radar handheld devices)
I did not encourage any to do anything. To clarify....don't do what I do in regards to this thread, unless you are willing to pay a small fine.
And I think everyone speeds ...
I've seen the lidar devices, from an engineering standpoint, they make me wonder the effective programming of the device, since it uses an IR spread through a convex lens... how does it differentiate between stable items in the target area and moving? especially if the officer trails the target?
Cosine error is always slower. In the limit, perpendicular at 90°, it is 0.
Yup...strange how cops using lidar still measure at 90 degree angles (or close to) and still get measurements showing people are speeding.
And to note: # of calibration certificates for any speed measuring device that was admitted into evidence in any of my speed related cases: zero.