Re: PAC 3 a hit! woo hoooo!

From: Spike Jones (
Date: Tue Jul 25 2000 - 21:03:01 MDT

> John Clark wrote:
> >
> > A satellite is going to detect 10 pounds of Plutonium buried in the back of a truck
> > under 3 tons of horse manure? I don't think so.
> "Michael S. Lorrey" wrote:
> Ah, but does it behave in an optical manner, mass bending the path of the
> neutrinos???

Mike you were doing fine until you pulled that neutrino business. John
Clark is right of course, a post-NMD world is still vulnerable to plutonium
delivered by means other than by air, and here is a thought that should
give us pause: if we do manage to build a viable NMD, the next logical
step is to figure out how to defeat those who would smuggle a few pounds
under a pile of manure. Such a technology is conceivable, but it does
lead directly to universal surveillance, for it would likely require all-seeing
nanodetectors carried throughout the world most likely by insects. I am
willing to pay this price. Are you?

But before we suggest relinquishment of the technology for both for
unisurv and and NMD, we must take the long view. As time and
technology march on, the fortunes of the advanced and free
rise ever farther above the enslaved masses, and thus ever increases
their motive to see us destroyed utterly. The religiously enslaved
for instance will make any sacrifice to prevent the wicked techno-
devils from living forever.

Always keep in mind the ultimate goal is peace and the first line
of defense is diplomacy. But anyone who has ever been involved
in negotiations will confirm this age old truth: that diplomacy is
so very much more effective if one has the appropriate weapons
to demonstrate one's sincerity. spike

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