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'Nuclear Materials System Not Buggy, Says Microsoft' | Login/Create an Account | Top | 401 comments | Search Discussion
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Re:Big Whoop - We Gotta Headline! (Score:1)
by Flabdabb Hubbard on Tuesday July 24, @10:47AM EST (#226)
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Except that this is the least of your worries since loads of weapons grade plutonium has already been stolen from Russia.

My guess is that anyone wanting to steal plutonium to make nuclear missiles is likely a responsible organization (e.g. a government) since few others have the resources to manufacture a nuclear device.

Interestingly enough the controversial website adequacy.org has not addressed this subject yet.
Nerd and proud. Hating Microsoft since 1987.

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<<Re:Big Whoop - We Gotta Headline! by Flabdabb Hubbard (Score:1) | Re:Big Whoop - We Gotta Headline! by Flabdabb Hubbard (Score:1)
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