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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Best bomb detonator? (Hi FBI)
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Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 18:29:12 +1100
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"Mike Harding" wrote in message
> On Sun, 17 Nov 2002 14:26:20 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> > ** Those with the intent, skills and know how to build bombs would
> >well aware of many possible ideas of ways to trigger them from a remote
> How do you know that?
** Because they are so easy to think of.
> Building a bomb is easy, designing a sophisticated electronic
> control system with various sensors and/or interlocked manual or
> remote reliable triggering is not - it's the kind of thing people pay
> the likes of us good money to do - for non bomb applications of
** What are you one about ?? No-one here has or is ever likely to post
such detailed info.
> > The problem is virtually the same the remote control of almost
> >anything from a toy, model or garage door.
> No it isn't.
** Yes it is. It is silly to make blanket contradictions.
My garage door only need to see the correct code on
> an RF transmission.
** So ?? Is that not all that is needed for the bomber to get himself
out of lethal range.
There are lots of other ways I can think of to
> trigger a bomb - I'll bet I could fool a few bomb disposal experts
> into blowing themselves (and others) up, how about you?
** What are you on about ?? Lost me.
> > If we are not to discuss remote control becaue it might give
> >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
> >power since that is very hazardous too.
> > Maybe we should ban discussion of any short or long period
> >ccts just to be safe ?
> > Where does it stop ?
> It stops with common sense.
** You know what that is do you ??
Or perhaps we should just say; "bugger
> it" why don't we put the (huge) intellectual resources of
> sci.electronics.design together and write an FAQ on "The Best Way
> to Trigger Your Bomb"?
** You are sounding like a nut and a fanatic.
> > BTW I am also an Australian.
> Yes I know. And perhaps if you ever see a few bombs in the streets
> of Sydney you'll be a little more concerned. The glass from the shop
> windows is a real bugger btw.
** That is despicable - I am as conmcerned as anyone.
But you are acting paraniod.
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