Re: Not wishing to sound unsympathetic, but...
exactly, this is not going result in any innovation of consequence, it's unbelievable that there were enough fools out there to get it this far.
40 posts • joined 20 Oct 2011
Dr Rid seems to assume that as it would just be our gadgets that get taken out then it wouldn't be lethal and thus not a real act of war. Well I would like to know how many people would die if GPS was taken out and the ambulance service couldn't get directions. Or the traffic signal controls were taken out and they got stuck in traffic. They are not much more than gadgets but people would certainly die. Not saying it is going to happen but it is a lot more plausible than the Dr makes out
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