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Originally posted by atlasastro
Originally posted by Reddupo
Can there please be some rule against posting Sorcha Faal articles in breaking news? It rips down the credibility and the usefulness of this forum.
Yes, ban it, and then lets look at the next target. Rense, or maybe Prison Planet. What about the BBC,Fox and CNN, did'nt they report something similar to the OP's source, that being that the USA Military and govt. believed that Iraq had WMD too. Lets Ban everything. Please....
Originally posted by MischeviousElf
...Nuclear weapons in a suitcase or not have a "shelf life" and need constant monitoring and looking after.
The suitcase nukes everyone fears are the Russian ones, given to their embassies in the cold war, however even the Russians admit they are now "out of date" and wouldn’t work anyhow.
Originally posted by snowen20
would a suit case nuke and a mini nuke be one in the same?
Often I hear sut case nukes referred to as dirty bombs.
[edit on 23-9-2008 by snowen20]
Originally posted by sir_chancealot
Anyone remember any news stories involving polonium in the last two years?
Originally posted by 44soulslayer
I doubt that any CIA covert op would provide the Taliban with nukes... there is nothing for America to achieve by doing that
WHILE LOOKING INTO SEGWAY mods, I ran into Paul Richardson who lives across town from me. We were emailing back and forth about stupid Segway mods, and he sent me pictures of some of his creations. The one that caught my eye is called the Suitcase Nuke.
As you can see from the outside, it looks like a simple camera case with a few nuts on top. Never mind the three fans on the side, nothing to see here, move along. Ordinary and dull unless you look closely, or open it up.
Once open, it becomes immediately obvious that this is not your average camera case. The first thing you see is the Samsung Syncmaster 570V 17" TFT mounted under the cover. The back of the case is removed, and the VESA mounts are the nuts poking through to the other side.