> The best example of explaining what I want is giving an example of what I really bugs me. Go throws an error whenever you have an unused variable.
This is really a idiosyncracy of Go, unrelated to safety, and comes I guess from the Rob Pike attributed dogmatic stance "We made a deliberate decision: no warnings. If it's worth complaining
about, it's worth fixing."
Although warnings in someway are a safety mechanism so I think it could contribute to another section of the article, but it'd be much better to have a different example for that paragraph.
Thanks for the feedback