Sunday, October 02, 2011

First Six Amendments Assume Government is Corrupt.

Driving along today, I started fiddling around with the radio stations when I came across this guy explaining what his law professor (Professor Cloud, I think) had explained to him: that the first six amendments are a unified body of logic, based on the assumption that government is bad.

You must also assume that government is your enemy.  That's right, assume that the government will trample your rights, target certain political and religious minorities, and come after you without probable cause (especially when they employ Rape-a-scan to gate rape you and your 6-year old at airports).
“The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.”
by Thomas Jefferson
Thus, the first six amendments were created.  So, the First amendment  guarantees free speech, free assembly, free religious expression, and freedom to petition.

However, what's to stop governments from coming after people who partake in these freedoms?  Nothing.

Hence, the creation of the second amendment: the right to bear arms. Why? To protect you from officials who overstep their boundaries.

But what happens when the police force show up at your door? The army? And, rest assured, they will if you dare to pull a gun on a fed. So, that's where the third amendment comes in, as it guarantees that the government will not house troops in your home or private property without your consent.

Nevertheless, who remembers the third amendment, right? No one.

That's where the 4th amendment comes in. So, when the government forgets the third amendment, and sends out the troops to invade your house, the 4th says they cannot go through your stuff. Uhm, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out if they kick your door down, they will go through your stuff.

Hence, the creation of the 5th amendment. Anyone who watches the boob tube remembers this one, because of the often recited phrase: "I plead the 5th."  The 5th also guarantees Americans the right to trial by Grand Jury.

Nevertheless, even if that indictment is obtained, the 6th amendment guarantees you the right to a judgement by a fully informed petit jury. Not only does this jury judge the individual facts, but can also judge the law, itself.

The bottom line is that even legally obtained power can, and more than likely will (to some degree) abuse that power and show utter disregard for constituted law and order.


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Anonymous,  23:45  

Yeah, what about compton scattering in young boys? Do they use gonadal shielding at the airports? Highly doubt it.

There are three possibilities that can happen to the primary beam as it travels through the body. The first is that some of the x-rays will pass through the body without any interaction, this is known as ‘transmission’. The second is that some of the x-rays can interact with atoms and transfer all of their energy to the atom, this is known as ‘absorption’. Finally, some of the x-rays can interact with an atom, lose some of their energy and in the process change trajectory, this is known as ‘scattering’. Due to this scattering, the gonads can still receive a radiation dose even though they are not in the direct x-ray beam.

The incoming x-ray photon interacts with an atom in the kid’s testicle, ejecting a high energy electron and producing a new photon which heads back to the detectors mounted alongside the x-ray source. That’s the “backscatter” photon.

Meanwhile, the electron, the high energy Compton electron, loses energy by several energetic collisions with the molecules in the cells of the kid’s testicle. That includes DNA molecules.

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