I was working in industrial automation in that area 20 years ago. Primarily the circuit board industry, although we did build a custom truck bumper chrome plating line for a company in Oklahoma.
The Trinity test was a test of a plutonium implosion device. It was the Little Boy type uranium device that didn't need to be tested.
That's the type of device you make with enriched Uranium, which is what gets people so freaked out about the Iranian program.
EJECT! EJECT! EJECT!
The system might have keep Natanz's centrifuges spinning, but it also opened them up to a cyberattack that is so far-out, it leads one to wonder whether its creators might have been on drugs.
as a reliable source of information
You mean it wasn't already?
Your ok with it cuz you believe ends justify means?
If the ends don't justify the means, then what does?
It's a private cloud solution. Like the dozens of private clouds set up by RedHat (among others) in the Federal space.
Keep an eye on that part of the report.
anti-Catholic hatred? Nice. That'll certainly get them some converts! Nothing like a little one-minute hate to bring in the plebes!
Why do people keep acting as if something described in "The Puzzle Palace" is something new, different, and surprising?
Taiwan, like Tibet, is a part of China, and always has been. Just ask any PRC sockpuppet.
Because the PRC has a billion potential customers who think Taiwan is a province of mainland China.
Hey now! You're being very unfair to encased geological samples!