If they had tilted the fax machine over so that the incoming faxes slid out and fell into an automatic document feeder on the scanner, would that count as a system?
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5 posts • joined 4 Jan 2008
True, there is a link between atmospheric CO2 levels and temperature, but it's not the way round that many people would have you believe - it's the temperature that drives CO2, not the other way around, and there's a lag of about 300 years.
What really drives the climate is the sun. Forget reducing carbon emissions and start thinking about controlling sun spots and the earth's orbit. Or just admit it's out of our control and adapt as best we can as and when the changes occur.
If he has physical access to the machine, and has developed something that allows him to cause a process to crash, wouldn't it be a lot easier and quicker if he just took a hammer to the inside of the thing? That'd surely make it crash. Or even just unplug the power chord.
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