From: "Frank Bemelman"
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Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 11:50:24 +0100
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"Michael Culley" schreef in bericht
> > The NHTSA's own statistics show no
> > statistically significant increase of probability of accident for BAC's
> > less than 0.12,
> This doesn't sound right to me, I was under the impression that even a
> reading of 0.05 would double your chances of having an accident. I know
> using the breath test machines at the pub that it takes quite alot of
> to get to 0.12, it doesn't sound like alot but 0.12 is reasonable drunk.
That's nice, doing the test in the pub. In 1993 I got my first
Windows-PC and didn't know a thing about how to program for
windows. As a first try, I wrote a reactiontime measuring program,
and I tested it sober, half drunk, and completely drunk.
The interesting thing was, there was no noticable difference.
I found the old program. There is a small help-box, explaining
the rules. I just ran it, 0.98 seconds. It still runs on win98se,
don't know about XP or 2000.
BTW, my address in the 'about' box is not valid anymore.
Here is the program:
(remove 'x' & .invalid when sending email)