" (If this was the BBC forums it would have degenerated into all out war by now)"
The BBC don't allow comments on Scottish political stories. They stopped allowing them more than a year ago.
12 posts • joined 5 Oct 2007
I'm on Demon. Why they let you see small but clear version of the jpg on Wikipedia but block the larger one doesn't seem logical.
You can make out the picture on the Wiki page quite clearly but if you try to get to it at the larger size it comes up with the Demon Block page.
It's fairly easy to circumvent if you stick the Coral Cache nyud.net suffix into the domain name.
This will get you the picture.
It is an Album cover and therefore a work of art but in these days of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (UK chapter) and the Religious Police it's not something you would want PC Mutawwa'in Plod to find on your computer despite the fact it's been on sale in record shops for the last 30 years.
I've cleaned out the cache before the black helicopters get here.
It was probably a suicide. Electrocution is the preferred method used by the ginger rodents.
The fact that there are no signs of violence or coercion and from the picture he's deliberately entered a high-voltage area would lend weight to the theory that he just couldn't face life as a Swiss Squirrel anymore.
Has a background report on his mental health been done yet?
That's very close to the much shorter joke:
Why don't Free Presbyterians like sex?
They're afraid it will lead to dancing.
With this legislation I see a market in Scotland for server farms which serve remote users in the rest of the UK who VNC in for "educational" images. No local storage and remote lonely users means legal $$$.
Paris, because once you get south of the Tweed it starts to get sticky.
The porn provisions don't appear to apply to Scotland. The extreme porn sections, 62 to 66 and Schedule 14, are England, Wales and Northern Ireland only.
It looks like Knoppix and RAM cache aren't going to be necessary in Scotland to surf the pink.
Paris, because we can still watch her north of the Tweed.
You could hack an air defence network just like any other network by tapping in and decrypting the signals on the net, physical or wireless, but not from the air via the radar receivers.
"The process involves locating enemy emitters with great precision and then "directing data streams into them that can include false targets and misleading message algorithms.""
I can certainly understand them confusing or jamming the radars. Jamming's been done since they started it in WW II by dropping tinfoil cut to the wavelength of the radars they wanted to jam and this sounds much more like jamming or feeding false targets or false IFF information into the radar receivers than, "hacking".
The Aviation week article seems a bit breathless and unquestioning about the whole story.
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