From: "Da Man"
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Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
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Date: Sat, 04 Jan 2003 23:54:08 GMT
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"Frank Bemelman" wrote in message
> "Michael Culley" schreef in bericht
> > > The NHTSA's own statistics show no
> > > statistically significant increase of probability of accident for
> > > 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.
It runs here fine on Win 2000 Adv. Server
> BTW, my address in the 'about' box is not valid anymore.
> Here is the program:
> Frank Bemelman
> (remove 'x' & .invalid when sending email)