I am all for spreading knawlidj etc. as long as it is open-literature stuff that illuminates the general public about the general issues, or in the case of tutorial explanations, they stick to civilian nuclear power, and I don't mean civilian in the BakPaki sense.
Otherwise, whether there is danger in the actual knawlidj or not, the times are such that posting such stuff will invite danger. From many sides. Of many kinds. Correlations of the effects of new clear detergents with the size and configuration of the AtimBum are also not halal in my opinion. Already I learned something very nice about the relation between pit depth and soil nature, and the presence of visible signs from above. I am sure those who plan national-level testing know far more than this, but others planning other things can learn a lot from such things when they are not exactly welcome at places where such things are conveyed. Just an example of something that looks totally innocent, but would not be in most textbooks.
I COULD give a demonstration, with my extensive experience of chit-chat with Pakis and Energizer Bunnies, of how one can get someone here into a heated argument (no lack of easy marks here, obviously) and induce them to post something, however briefly before realization hits, that is really "useful" to the wrong people. But then I don't really want to spend the next 20 years as a guest of any government either, and I tend to be very afraid of surf-boards, water-boards etc. Visits from people who say:
Oh, I wouldn't worry about my (unmarked) car being parked in a Tow Zone, somehow I don't think they'll ticket me
are scary, however innocent one may be, and however sweet and friendly said visitors may be.
It's one thing to be brave and show a total (ignorance) disregard of danger etc. in a good cause, but winning arguments on a web forum seen by all sorts of people does not qualify as such a "good cause".
Now laws in India are different from those in the US, but often the difference is because the laws have not been revised since 1893 or since Chanakya wrote them down on a stone 1,735,890,987,345,230 years ago.
So it is relevant to see some current discussions on such things, from the US:
[quote]Case Study #3
Name: Dr. Maureen Forest
Department: International Health
Position: Professor and Chair
In Question: Information Exchange
Dr. Maureen Forest is a professor and department chair who frequently works with graduate students. She has been corresponding with a colleague, Dr. Indira Verma, who currently lives in Iran and studied with Dr. Forest at Stanford over ten years ago. Their correspondence involves Dr. Forestâ€™s proposal preparation for a project that would be funded by the National Security Agency about the delivery of health care in war zones. In addition to maintaining a personal friendship, Dr. Forest has relied on Dr. Vermaâ€™s recommendations in research efforts that ultimately brought about two awards from NIH. Dr. Verma was a faculty member at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill before having to return to her home in India due to family responsibilities. Dr. Verma is highly trusted by her peers and she is a respected professional with many publications.
Question: Is any of Dr. Forestâ€™s correspondence with Dr. Verma an â€œexportâ€