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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: Best bomb detonator? (Hi FBI)
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 15:23:33 -0500
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In article ,
> In article ,
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Don Klipstein) wrote:
> >In article , Winfield Hill wrote:
> >> John, back off, simmer down and smell the coffee. These days
> >> Google does very effective searching on old conversations, and
> >> sadly some of it is a gold mine for those with evil intentions.
> >> Let's vow here and now not to add to the stash. Most of what
> >> we say has little or no relevance to any terrorism, but rest
> >> assured we are totally capable of rattling off the recipe for
> >> multiple items of serious bad news.
> > I think Google would keep bombmakers too busy online to do much damage
> >where they want it unless they already knew how to make bombs. Anyone
> >know how much exists in a Usenet archive?
> > Meanwhile, how about adding to the heap? If someone posts a recipe for
> >ammonium nitrogen triiodide, scaled to yield a truckload of the stuff...
> > - Don Klipstein (Jr) (email@example.com)
> Nitrogen tri-iodide is so unstable that crystals randomly explode as
> they dry. It's a great school science experiment because it's not
> possible to detonate a large amount of it.
Define "large amount". I had a lump about the size of a pencil end
(eraser and metal part) go off on me once. I couldn't hear anything
but a loud ringing for several hours. The whole room filled with pink
smoke. On other occasions lumps of the stuff gave me some pretty good
blood blisters (experimental errors ;-).
BTW, the stuff is soluble in alchahol. It makes an interesting paint
(think key holes ;-).
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