That's a really silly argument. The technology is obviously already
there for all sorts of remote setups, and if anybody wants to cheat
using one they aren't going to wait for your slippery slope to happen.
What you just said is the direct equivalent of saying that KW amps
should not be allowed because some people will be encouraged to cheat
using excess power.
On 4/13/2012 12:44 PM, Doug Renwick wrote:
> It just becomes another tool for cheaters to exploit. The 'slippery slope'
> argument states that a relatively small first step leads to a chain of
> related events culminating in some significant effect.
> For example, set up a remote station in Eu and work everything remotely
> (transmit and receive) from say both Eu and NA while claiming one is in NA
> during or outside a contest. Lots of possible scenarios. I would guess
> that it is probably happening already in one way or another.
> While you claim that nobody supports the operation described below, without
> realizing it, you are only encouraging it. Slippery slope.
> Come-on, nobody cheats do they.
> In the year 2525 ...
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