All true, all true--but irrelevant; point is it can happen. Two further
points: nukes can be tracked, perhaps even by satellite, by rad emissions,
making use difficult. Not so nannite packages. Also, any party employing a
backpack nuke must fear massive retaliation from the target nation. With
the proper nanoweapon, however, the target nation can be obliterated,
making retaliation improbable and use more likely.
Michael S. Lorrey wrote:
> > RUSSIA MISSING NUCLEAR DEVICES
How long have they been missing? For years, so far as I know. Not one
has been used. How about that?
Here's another question? How do we know they actually had them to begin
with? Perhaps its just a matter of a commie official reporting x number
were made and not actually making that many, then pocketing the
difference. Not unheard of.
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