Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Civil, Criminal, Constitutional ? : It is still going on.
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Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 05:55:30 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 05:55:30 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
As I said, the notice is just meant to convey that is should not be taken as
a free-for-all flaming match.
Usenet is no different than any published web-page material in terms of
content, in my opinion.
They are identical even though some people seem to hesitate in calling the
postings a 'publication'.
Like it or not, they are publications; with much wider readership than many
commercial publications, it seems.
To answer your query, I do not see any issues at all in copying relevant
portions in a reply.
Also, to the poster who mentioned XRays, I remember seeing a report that
showed people using an XRay display box to measure feet sizes some years
ago. You could see the bones of the feet in the display when you place your
feet on the box ! Apparently, they discontinued the regular use of this when
the hazards of XRays brought regulations. And, in terms of usage today, even
a dental full-mouth XRay is supposed to be multiple XRay shots of your head
while the machine goes around in a circle ! I would not be surprised if the
airports also have full body XRays in place in various locations now with
all the terrorism scares going on. All rules, regulations, laws and
constitutional protections, etc. are out of the window, if I read the
situation correctly. There has been no effort to curtail the erosion;
instead new laws have been enacted to legalize the whole thing.
"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote...
> > Those who attack obviously assign negative value out of ignorance
> > or conscience or doubt or fear, etc.
> > Winfield Hill wrote ...
> >> "News2020" wrote...
> >>> By all indications, human experimentation using microwaves/XRays
> >>> is still going on in my home while I am asleep. [ snip ]
> >>> Copyright.
> >> Seeing the (c) Copyright, I suddenly have an urge to copy, which
> >> I lacked before.
> Not really an attack, 2020 - I simply think one should not attempt
> to copyright Usenet postings. For example, many posters copy the
> previous article in their replies, which for your posting would
> constitute a copyright violation. That's absurd and unenforceable.
> - Win