Mar 23, 17 / Ari 26, 01 18:00 UTC
Re: If some nation declare war against Asgardia ¶
Who said anything about absent security? I only said absent a military. There's a pretty distinct and important difference.
Even without security, which I would honestly expect to exist in some form - mob rule. How would you, personally, react with no-one to limit you, to someone trying to mess with your life support? When we catch them we can keep them alive for a very long time. Months. I sense this isn't how it'd be responded to but it'd certainly provide some incentives for not attempting. And they would care, once the hunt is on - they've only got a few seconds of freedom left and that's rapidly expiring. Cost over gain is still firmly on our end as the attempt would of only created minior disruptions and maintainence at best. I can understand people willing to throw away their lives, but not when the overall effect is so minor.
If the sensors don't work as intended, then maintaining the environment isn't happening and mass residence isn't happening. It's pretty simple, really. As these sensors already work as intended and are not commonly associated with false alarms, I've yet to hear of this - I don't think this is of any particular concern. The only thing "different" here is the quantity and distribution, which provides for redundancies and failover.
It doesn't take much training to deal with an IED. Especially when they've not had time to actually assemble it. Or dangerous persons.
My knowlege doesn't come from mainstream media, having avoided this explicitly for several decades. I prefer the source. The successes for "intelligence agencies" are commonly featured as headlines in the mainstream medias, though. You hear about them all the time, it's just with the cloak and dagger games they are balls deep in there is lots of plausible deniability unless you start following the money. Future terrorists already know your methods, if that's required for their operational remit. How do you think a goat herder gets hold of military grade ordinace? and the countless other things it's not entirely possible, as a civillian, to get your hands on unless you've been allowed to. And certianly not in the quantities exhibited.