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From: "Phil Allison"
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Best bomb detonator? (Hi FBI)
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Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 14:26:20 +1100
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"Mike Harding" wrote in message
> 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
> float around.
> 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.
** Those with the intent, skills and know how to build bombs would be
well aware of many possible ideas of ways to trigger them from a remote
The problem is virtually the same the remote control of almost
anything from a toy, model or garage door.
If we are not to discuss remote control becaue it might give ideas
to a bomb maker then
we ought not discuss the use of high voltages since some fool may
electrocute himself or another. We similarly ought not discuss the use of AC
power since that is very hazardous too.
Maybe we should ban discussion of any short or long period timer
ccts just to be safe ?
Where does it stop ?
BTW I am also an Australian.
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