Tim - for it was he - found the city of Armagh looking as though a neutron bomb
had hit it one Sunday morning.
You've no doubt discovered, that if you own your own plane (or can get ahold of the keys to someone else's) you can swagger through any GA facility anywhere in the country without anybody checking to gee whether you have just consumed a pint of bourbon or three sheets of blotter acid, are carrying a neutron bomb
under your arm, or haven't had your certification renewed since the Eisenhower administration.
Eftimiades notes Chinese successes, such as the theft of information on the neutron bomb
from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
It is "quite logical and natural" for China to have mastered neutron bomb
technology, Zhao Qizheng, director of the State Council's Information Office, said at a press conference.
Possession of neutron bomb
technology does not infringe on international agreements, such as the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
According to the report, in the late seventies China stole information on the W-70 warhead from the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory- the W-70 can be used as a neutron bomb
-and then in 1988 it tested a neutron bomb
In the early 1980s, in Amarillo, Texas, Bishop Leroy Matthiesen became alarmed over the latest Reagan administration toy--a neutron bomb
, designed to kill people but leave buildings standing.
We are all victims of the Internet neutron bomb
that dropped on Planet Earth three years ago and blew communication and commerce to bits.
To accomplish his objective of offering a supplementary perspective to prevailing modes of conceptualizing the foreign policy process, Auger presents a carefully researched and detailed analysis of the Carter administration's handling of decisions on the production of the neutron bomb
As I said, RICO is designed as the neutron bomb
for the most serious of offenders.
AMYSTERIOUS double flash of light picked up by a US satellite over the Indian Ocean in 1979 was caused by a joint Israeli- South African neutron bomb
test, according to a newly published book.