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Court Orders Breathalyzer Code Opened, Reveals Mess

rblancarte Re:But does it work? (707 comments)

Short answer yes.

For whatever reason Schneier did a review on a case from 2 years ago. If you read that page you realize that this was analysis done in 2007. Since then the NJ Supreme Court ruled that this particular breathalyzer is accurate and can be trusted.

more than 5 years ago



rblancarte rblancarte writes  |  more than 7 years ago

rblancarte (213492) writes "Citing a reduction in greenhouse gases, the Australian government on Tuesday announced plans to phase out incandescent light bulbs and replace them with more energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs across the country. 'Federal Government figures suggest energy used for household lighting in Australia contributes up to 12 per cent of coal-energy greenhouse gas emissions and around 25 per cent of emissions from commercial and public lighting.' While a small percentage in Australia's goal in greenhouse gas reduction, it is one of the first major steps taken to reduce greenhouse gases by any national government. The incandescent bulb is a 125 year-old technology with few changes made in the last century."


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