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Subject: Re: HELP - My missile wont work!
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Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 08:19:06 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
Let's examine your reasoning a little bit.
You are saying Afghanis tried to shoot down the Mombasa flight.
They failed. Therefore, they will try to re-engineer the guidance in their
caves or underground containers in order to make it work.
Do you really think they are so well equipped ?
If they are, then why would they need to read web sites ?
Even if they do, do you really think this is a trivial task ?
If you are talking about the American Taliban type of people, then it is a
different issue altogether.
That would make some sense.
But, that is local problem even though the guys are elsewhere.
In any case, I agree that providing detailed drawings and explanations of
sparking systems and dangerous electronics etc. is the weirdest thing to do
under present world conditions.
"Andrew VK3BFA" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote in message
> > Are you Australian or US guy in Australia ?
> > Either way, your suggestion that some guy in Afghanistan (which does not
> > have an Army, Navy or Air Force) might build a missile out of
> > gleaned from this newsgroup is a wee little bit wacko.
> > If you need to find dangerous weirdos who fly planes, plan federal
> > school shootings and bombings, most gruesome murders and rapes, etc.
> > you do not need to go all the way to Afghanistan or other parts of Asia.
> > right around.
> > Its nice to live in a blissful state of blaming somebody else (and of
> > killing them after that).
> > Fun, isn't it ?
> > Er, dont quite know how to put this without implying that you are a
reclusive nerd who never looks up from his engineering texts but:-
> THEY ALREADY HAVE THEM - they tried to shoot down an Israeli airliner
> and they missed because the guidance sytem didnt work. Even in the
> most parochial American newspaper there must have been SOME mention of
> this - or dont you read newspapers/watch television news? Hence my
> "paranoia" about people asking questions about guidance systems.
> Of course they couldnt build one from scratch , but fixing one you
> already have might be a different proposition.
> Andrew VK3BFA
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