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Russians Attempt World Record Nuclear Missile Launch

Trude Pettersen for the Barentsobserver reports that the Russian Northern Fleet is preparing for the next combat readiness control of its nuclear deterrence forces; a 16-missile salvo launch from submerged position in Arctic waters – a drill that has not been attempted in 25 years. 84 more words

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A Brief History of Automated Bombing


apologies for the gap in posts. I’ve been quite busy with one things and another. I’ve been working on ideas of automatic, automated, and autonomous bombing recently, and the legal frameworks behind them. 1,311 more words

What Really is Sugar Tax?

Sugar tax means that every ounce of sugar you consume the government will get a substantial portion of tax on it, this will mean that the prices will increase and companies like Coca Cola, Pepsi Inc and other large soft drink brands, popular brand sales will definitely take a strong hit with an expected increase of upto 7 pence per 330ml translating approximately up to 14% in price rise taking an average of 50-70 pence per 330 ml. 176 more words


20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)

After reading the book, I had to see Disney’s film adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under Sea. Strangely enough, I never saw it before last week. 997 more words


Sea sickness

You perhaps have been unaware, if you live outside the UK, of the name Able Seaman William McNeilly.  Briefly, he is in the Royal Navy  and his job is engineering technician on nuclear submarines. 700 more words