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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mike Harding)
Subject: Re: Best bomb detonator? (Hi FBI)
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 01:12:28 GMT
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On Sat, 16 Nov 2002 18:23:51 +0000, email@example.com
>Personally I think that a device built in a old gas bottle with pressure
>and vibration switches, then pressurise the bottle before arming would be
>a real shit if you needed to disarm rather then blow in place.
>Note that blow in place is the favoured method of dealing with most bombs
>anyway as it is viewed as the least risky approach.
>Therefore if trying to build a bomb, you want to design so that a
>'controlled' explosion in the vicinity will cause the main charge to go up.
I don't wish to seem like a killjoy but we should keep in
mind that, probably, most of us on this group could produce
some very sophisticated detonation systems and whilst the
discussion of such may be an interesting academic
exercise for us, there are quite a number of people out
there who would like to make a bomb in order to kill lots
of other people and not all of them have the resources of
Mossad et al. Given that all these posts will be archived
on Google for anyone to do an advanced search on I
think we should be a little careful about what ideas we
From Australia where we have just buried many people
who were killed by a bomb in Bali.
And who also wonders if dmills is old enough to remember
quite a lot of IRA bombs in the UK, one of which killed some
of my friends in a pub in Birmingham.
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