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Ibrahim al-Asiri is al Qaeda's top bomb maker. He's also the operative behind the failed underwear bomb plot in 2009, and he's got some devious, evil genius-level plans for bombs that find their way onto airplanes without being detected.
He wanted to hide explosives inside pets—you know, man's best friend? Blowing Fido to smithereens when all he ever did was bring you the newspaper? That's just awful. He also wanted to conceal bombs in cameras and external hard drives that would detonate when connected to a laptop. This is in addition to earlier ideas to for bombs in printer cartridg
The United States was engaged in a number of secret aviation projects during World War II. Two of them, not revealed to the public for many years, involved American fliers that were being trained to attack enemy forces and die in the process, kamikaze style. However, these fliers were not humans but common bats and pigeons, drafted to make surprise bombing raids on enemy forces.