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Satire of TSA to become illegal

Cade144 Re:This wouldn't stand a test of the 1st amendment (3 comments)

Sure, it won't stand up, but how many people will be put off by the whole cost and bother of actually taking it far enough to matter? In the mean time the TSA gets the desired effect: a slight chill-down on the constant criticism they receive. Unless someone wants to organize a whole slew of YouTube videos featuring a parody of the TSA, I see this as having at least some of the desired effect.

about 3 years ago

The US Rural Broadband Crisis

Cade144 Good argument for municipal-owned networks (586 comments)

Seems like this is a great argument in favor of municipalities building their own fiber infrastructure like they do with roads, sewers and the like.
Or, like electricity, people could for a Co-Op and get their own broadband.

more than 7 years ago



Petition for funding to develop Liquid-Fluoride Th

Cade144 Cade144 writes  |  about 3 years ago

Cade144 (553696) writes "It has been reported on before, but now there is a chance for US-based Slashdotters to ask the Obama administration to take notice. A recent petition on the website asks the administration to provide funding for Liquid-Fluoride Thorium Reactor (LFTR) research and development. If a petition gets enough signatures, then the administration promises an offical response."
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