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For Nearly Two Decades the Nuclear Launch Code at all Minuteman Silos in the United States Was 00000000
"[Having] a bunch of nuclear missiles sitting around un-launchable because nobody had the code was seen as a greater risk by the military brass than a few soldiers simply deciding to launch the missiles without proper authorization."
war  history  secrets 
december 2013 by kevan
The 36-Hour War: Life Magazine, 1945 | Restricted Data
"Visualizing nuclear war is an old media past time. How old? One of the most vivid early depictions of this sort of atomic apocalyptic thinking come from Life magazine’s issue of November 19, 1945 — only a few months after Hiroshima and Nagasaki."
war  history  future  apocalypse 
april 2013 by kevan
Monopoly's Hidden Maps Help World War II POWs Escape - ABC News
"Before leaving for missions, British airmen were told that if they were captured, they should look for escape maps and kits in Monopoly boards and other games delivered by charity groups. They were told that 'special edition' Monopoly sets would be marked with a red dot on the free parking space."
games  board  war  secrets  maps 
march 2013 by kevan
BLDGBLOG: War Sand
"On Normandy beaches where D-Day landings took place, you will find sand-sized fragments of steel [...] an artificial landscape of eroded machines still detectable, albeit with specialty instruments, in the coastal dunes."
history  stone  metal  war  via:linkmachinego 
august 2012 by kevan
The ASC: Spomenik—Jan Kempenaers and “The End of History” « John Bailey's Bailiwick
"Some of the Spomeniks show clear evidence of neglect, with underbrush and trees taking root around them. It is difficult to determine whether the piece shown above is a fallen fragment of a greater structure—or whether its concrete kindling tumble is its actual design."
architecture  war  history  dereliction 
april 2012 by kevan
Geotagging poses security risks | Article | The United States Army
"When a new fleet of helicopters arrived with an aviation unit at a base in Iraq, some Soldiers took pictures on the flightline, he said. From the photos that were uploaded to the Internet, the enemy was able to determine the exact location of the helicopters inside the compound and conduct a mortar attack, destroying four of the AH-64 Apaches."
internet  gps  war 
march 2012 by kevan
Return of the super ants : Nature News & Comment
"By dabbing larvae with methoprene, a chemical that mimics juvenile hormone, Abouheif and his team could induce supersoldiers in species that normally lack them."
ants  genetics  evolution  war  via:ole 
january 2012 by kevan
DoD 2011
"I jumped into the fray of an online World War II-themed game not as a combatant, but as a journalist, capturing photographs of the conflict instead of participating in the battles. The gameplay, for me, became a matter of documenting the action without putting my avatar at risk."
games  war  photography 
october 2011 by kevan
Exclusive: Computer Virus Hits U.S. Drone Fleet | Danger Room | Wired.com
"A computer virus has infected the cockpits of America’s Predator and Reaper drones, logging pilots’ every keystroke as they remotely fly missions over Afghanistan and other warzones."
viruses  war  surveillance 
october 2011 by kevan
Metaphor is the new weapon in the 'war' on terror | Technology | The Observer
"The Metaphor Programme will exploit the fact that metaphors are pervasive in everyday talk and reveal the underlying beliefs and worldviews of members of a culture."
metaphors  war 
june 2011 by kevan
Zeppelin Airship Attacks On London: Mapped - Londonist
"The map above takes the rough routes of the attacking craft and plots only a selection of the impact sites."
london  maps  war 
july 2010 by kevan
Iraq Swears by Bomb Detector U.S. Sees as Useless - NYTimes.com
"The device works 'on the same principle as a Ouija board' - the power of suggestion - said a retired United States Air Force officer." [...] "Still, the Iraqi government has purchased more than 1,500 of the devices, known as the ADE 651, at costs from $16,500 to $60,000 each."
delusions  magic  war  weapons  lies 
november 2009 by kevan
Inside the Apocalyptic Soviet Doomsday Machine
"The Soviets had taken game theory one step further than Kubrick, Szilard, and everyone else: They built a system to deter themselves. By guaranteeing that Moscow could hit back, Perimeter was actually designed to keep an overeager Soviet military or civilian leader from launching prematurely during a crisis." [...] "No matter what was going to happen, there still would be revenge. Those who attack us will be punished."
war  apocalypse  technology  russia  history  politics  weapons  via:lmg 
november 2009 by kevan
Quick Review of Cardboard Wars | BARG
"In an empty warehouse space in Digbeth, something like 40 people gathered and spent 2 hours industriously (like, really industriously) constructing weaponry and armour out of the most marvellous heap of assorted cardboard boxes and tubing I’ve ever seen."
paper  weapons  war 
september 2009 by kevan
Dragonfly trick makes missiles harder to dodge - 28 June 2003 - New Scientist
"Insects that use this technique sneak up on their prey in a way that makes them seem stationary even though they are in fact moving closer. They do this by keeping themselves positioned between a fixed point in the landscape and their prey."
insects  illusions  war  weapons  technology 
december 2008 by kevan
Thames Maunsell Forts::The Journey Out
"If you look out northwards out into the Thames estuary from the north Kent coast, on a clear day, two clumps of rectangular blocks can be observed. These are the Shivering Sands and Red Sands offshore forts that were built during the Second World War to counter attack enemy planes that were relying on the safety of the Thames estuary to come in to bomb London."
architecture  water  war  dereliction  via:diamond 
september 2008 by kevan
Whispers of War - The British World War II rumour campaign by Lee Richards
"The rumour he submitted to the UPC was sent for clearance to the Inter-Services Security Board (ISSB) who were responsible for clearing rumours and had power of veto over any of a military nature which might inadvertently be a real security risk."
war  history  lies  illusions  psychology  memetics 
april 2008 by kevan
Call of Duty 4 (Xbox 360)
A satisfying amount of terrain awareness, through beautifully derelict environments; shouldering up against thick stone walls, hiding behind thinner ones that won't stop a bullet, and ducking behind cover to recover your ambient, few-shot health gauge.
gamelog  4stars  war  weapons  terrorism  dereliction 
february 2008 by kevan
Freerunning goes to war | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
"Techniques for jumping from roof to roof and dropping from a height would be used to improve physical training drills to condition troops for urban warfare."
war  parkour 
january 2008 by kevan
WW1: Experiences of an English Soldier
"This blog is made up of transcripts of Harry Lamin's letters from the first World War. The letters will be posted exactly 90 years after they were written."
war  history  weblogs  via:lmg 
january 2008 by kevan
Assassin's Creed (Xbox 360)
A clean hybrid of Prince of Persia and GTA, with a great, flowing sense of parkour across the 12th century rooftops of Damascus and Jerusalem. Slightly thin missions so far, and the meta-plot seems unwisely bolted on, but it's still exhilarating to play.
gamelog  4stars  death  secrets  history  weapons  war  cities  architecture 
november 2007 by kevan
Halo 3 (Xbox 360)
Completed this morning. An utterly dull-as-dishwater generic sci-fi narrative, for all the pretentious trailers and posters. Multiplayer and co-op are fun, but aside from a few in-game moments, the campaign itself is entirely forgettable.
gamelog  3stars  aliens  war  weapons 
october 2007 by kevan
Casablanca (1942)
Hadn't seen this before. Good, sharp, non-stop, dialogue-driven stuff, everything in the foreground, with a great, clipped subtlety to all of the characters.
filmlog  5stars  war  love  secrets  depression  police  crime  paris 
september 2007 by kevan
Things To Come (1936)
Aerial warfare, the fascistic rise of science (dictatorial conquering is fine so long as your poison gases are non-lethal), and an extremely vague and angry Luddite rejection of "progress". Impressively difficult to keep in the context of 1936.
filmlog  3stars  war  science  future  technology  society  apocalypse  pestilence 
july 2007 by kevan
Keep Calm and Carry On - T-Shirts & Clothing
"The plan for the posters was to relay a message from King George VI to his people that all capable measures to defend the country were being taken." Now available on T-shirts.
clothes  politics  war  terrorism  via:qwghlm 
july 2007 by kevan
Go to Australia or use your own judgment | Guardian Unlimited Politics
"As prime minister, [Brown] has to write a letter, in his own hand, giving instructions detailing what the UK's response should be in the event of a pre-emptive nuclear attack. [It] will be opened only by the commander of a British Trident submarine."
politics  war  australia  paper  secrets  via:lmg 
june 2007 by kevan
Log On, Shoot at an Iraqi: New Interactive Installation at the Flatfile Gallery | Political Art Magazine
"Bilal's installation - titled Domestic Tension - disturbingly raises awareness about the life of the Iraqi people and the home confinement they face due to the both the violent and the virtual war they face on a daily basis."
art  war  paint  technology  via:penguin 
may 2007 by kevan
Russia accused of unleashing cyberwar to disable Estonia | Guardian Unlimited
"At present, Nato does not define cyber-attacks as a clear military action. This means that the provisions of Article V of the North Atlantic Treaty, or, in other words collective self-defence, will not automatically be extended to the attacked country."
war  computers  russia 
may 2007 by kevan
Bots on The Ground - washingtonpost.com
Anthropomorphising war robots. "He always got the job done. [...] One time, he actually did break down in a mission, and we sent another robot in and it got blown to pieces. It's like he shut down because he knew something bad would happen."
robots  war  psychology  delusions  technology  future  via:collision 
may 2007 by kevan
Grobots, a programming game
Beautifully organic programmable-robot warfare, circular robots scooting and bouncing around their environment, reacting to each other, their rivals, and food sources, and reproducing into beelike castes. Forth programming takes getting used to, though.
robots  programming  games  war  emergence 
april 2007 by kevan
Battles of Prince of Persia (Nintendo DS)
A decent grid-based wargame with CCG elements; the cards aren't very well written, and deck-building doesn't fit the random-objective campaign game too well, but it makes a good strategy boardgame, and presumably improves a lot against a human opponent.
gamelog  4stars  board  cards  war  magic  via:raven 
march 2007 by kevan
BowMaster Prelude (Web)
A great hybrid of Bow Man's projectile aiming and Siege's field of tiny combatants. Defend your castle against swarms of invaders, and buy your own troops to send back at them and back up your firepower. Good level progression and satisfying headshots.
gamelog  4stars  games  flash  weapons  war 
january 2007 by kevan
Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
Imaginatively detailed and beautifully shot, in stone and trees and rain. But it's two separate films, one gory Spanish civil war drama, one boilerplate chosen-child fantasy; the symbolic stitching has its moments, but neither is that enjoyable a genre.
filmlog  3stars  monsters  children  war  secrets  delusions 
november 2006 by kevan
The Devil's Backbone (2001)
A ghost story in an isolated orphanage near the end of the Spanish Civil War, all yellow dust and red detailing. A strong and clearly-bounded plot, a lot of vivid imagery, some great aesthetic touches on the ghost itself.
filmlog  3stars  ghosts  war  children  death  secrets  weapons  via:matthew 
november 2006 by kevan
Modern Mechanix » How Nuclear Radiation Can Change Our Race
Enthusiastically muddled article about the genetic fallout of nuclear war, from 1953. "Will a new race, spawned out of the hellish radiation of a world-wide Atomic War, go on to challenge mankind's supremacy on Earth?"
science  evolution  genetics  war  future  mutation 
august 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | How a statistical formula won the war
"The statisticians believed that the Germans [had] logically numbered their tanks in the order in which they were produced. It was enough to enable them to make an estimate of the total number of tanks that had been produced up to any given moment."
war  maths  history  via:qwghlm 
july 2006 by kevan
Mute magazine - The Poor Man's Air Force
History of the car bomb. "On a warm September day in 1920, a few months after the arrest of his comrades Sacco and Vanzetti, a vengeful Italian anarchist named Mario Buda parked his horse-drawn wagon near the corner of Wall and Broad Streets."
terrorism  transport  war  history  weapons  via:anne 
july 2006 by kevan
World War Z - Max Brooks
Preview copy. Looking very good so far, a coherently described pandemic spreading through 21st-century channels from a single individual, pieced together from a global perspective deeper than the usual cliches. The avian-flu parallels are quite chilling.
booklog  zombies  war  apocalypse  pestilence  world 
july 2006 by kevan
Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)
A snarkily dispassionate cold-war doomsday machine and its evitable rise to power. Bit of a weird totalitarian-flatshare sitcom segment in the middle, but the film ends on a bravely downbeat note and at *exactly* the right moment.
filmlog  4stars  apocalypse  computers  surveillance  war 
july 2006 by kevan
Sabotage (1936)
Pre-war terrorism from shadowy pseudo-Nazis; some sand in a functional Battersea Power Station, and a bomb in a birdcage. A call for the people of Britain to mistrust foreigners. Still surprisingly powerful, with some faint echoes of more recent events.
filmlog  3stars  terrorism  war  secrets 
june 2006 by kevan
US video game angers Chavez allies in Venezuela
"Venezuelan lawmakers who back Chavez called [Mercenaries 2] the latest example of a U.S. government-inspired propaganda campaign against Chavez that could even help lay the psychological groundwork for an actual invasion."
games  politics  psychology  war 
may 2006 by kevan
dead-in-iraq
"I enter the online US Army recruiting game, 'America's Army', in order to manually type the name, rank and date of death of each service person who has died to date in Iraq."
war  games  politics  death 
may 2006 by kevan
The Morning News - The Brooklyn Pigeon Wars
"The Brooklyn Pigeon Wars, as they call it, is an aerial social casino. To play, a coop owner releases all or a portion of his pigeons, letting them fly freely in a flock over Brooklyn, meeting up with similar flocks released by other owners."
pigeons  games  war 
may 2006 by kevan
You have been challenged to a game of Laser Squad Nemesis
Click the link if you at least vaguely know me and want to give the game a try.
games  software  download  aliens  war 
april 2006 by kevan
Laser Squad Nemesis
Got around to giving this a go, and enjoyed it a lot - a nicely pared-down version of the X-Com games, dropping all the fiddly micromanagement to make something a lot more fast-paced and elegant. Good to see a hotseat game in the 21st century, too.
games  software  download  aliens  war 
april 2006 by kevan
NomicWiki - Civ 3 Democracy Game
"In the Democracy Game (DG), the whole community plays the same game, and the same Civ. [...] For example, nobody has the power to declare war to America, it needs a vote. If a majority of players want war with America, than war is declared."
games  nomic  politics  war 
april 2006 by kevan
Kuma\War
Ghoulish: "Kuma\War is an episodic [first-person shooter] game that re-creates real-world conflicts in video game format using information culled from news accounts, military experts, Department of Defense records and original research."
games  war  news  simulation 
march 2006 by kevan
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
Excellent adaptation, of my memory of the book if not the actual book, which seems fitting enough. Maybe a bit light on paranoia and O'Brien, but a strong cast and fantastically austere and bombed-out scenery.
filmlog  4stars  politics  surveillance  history  lies  dereliction  love  war 
march 2006 by kevan
Prater Violet - Christopher Isherwood
Isherwood floating through the 1930s British film industry, pressing a few buttons and doing another slow orbit of a solemn and troubled giant.
booklog  films  history  war  books  via:holly 
march 2006 by kevan
CNET News.com: Distributed computing cracks Enigma code
"More than 60 years after the end of World War II, a distributed computing project has managed to crack a previously uncracked message that was encrypted using the Enigma machine."
computers  history  secrets  war  via:lmg 
february 2006 by kevan
The National Health Service (NHS) after Nuclear War
"In 1986 the [BMA] made it's own plans public. [It] seems likely that the most responsible course of action it could take was to ensure the public was under no illusions about the level of medical care available in the aftermath of a nuclear war."
war  apocalypse  medicine  via:qwghlm 
february 2006 by kevan
War on Terror, the board game TM - a satirical board game from TerrorBull Games
Comedy-political boardgame optimistically trying to raise $60,000 to get itself printed. "Handily located as a spinner in the middle of the board, the Axis of Evil decides who the baddies are with its random finger of suspicion."
board  games  politics  war  terrorism  via:venusberg 
january 2006 by kevan
WWI Camp Dodge - Living Statue of Liberty
18,000 American troops standing in formation to make huge, patriotic, false-perspective images, from 1918.
art  war  photos  via:qwghlm 
january 2006 by kevan
CBC News: Video captures octopus attack on sub in B.C.
"'It's certainly a mature male from what I can see in the video,' said Cosgrove. 'Old octopuses become what we call senescent, or senile, reaching the end of their life. And sometimes their actions are very inappropriate.'"
octopuses  technology  war  via:collision 
january 2006 by kevan
TheStar.com - Amputees have star roles in war games
"A Humvee and a convoy of trucks were attacked with a fake rocket-propelled grenade, causing a fake explosion that caused Cole Young, 71, who lost a leg in an oil pipeline accident, to lie on the ground with fake blood spurting from his amputated leg."
war  simulation  limbs 
january 2006 by kevan
Scotsman.com - Stalin's half-man, half-ape super-warriors
"The Soviet dictator Josef Stalin ordered the creation of Planet of the Apes-style warriors by crossing humans with apes, according to recently uncovered secret documents." Probably not in those exact words.
war  history  russia  apes  genetics  via:holly 
december 2005 by kevan
village voice > film > Homecoming by Dennis Lim
Anti-war zombie film, dead veterans returning to vote out the president that sent them to their deaths. "Dante's film shows not just the flag-draped caskets at Dover Air Force Base but their irate occupants bursting out of them."
zombies  war  politics  america  films 
december 2005 by kevan
CIA Sabotage Manual - a photoset on Flickr
"In the 1980s the CIA produced a small illustrated booklet in both Spanish and English designed to destabilise the Nicaraguan government and economic system."
politics  war  crime  paper  via:lmg 
december 2005 by kevan
Curator Defense
"The player must defend his museum from the hordes of modern art that attempt to raid his storeroom in hopes of being put on the main floor. Using an array of unique defensive objects, the player must stun, slow, and eventually defeat each wave."
games  art  war  via:wonderland 
november 2005 by kevan
The Military Applications of Silly String
Clearing out booby-trapped houses in Iraq. "When you spray the string it just spreads everywhere and when it sets it lays right on the wire. Even in a dark room the string stands out revealing the trip wire."
war  technology  toys 
november 2005 by kevan
Times Online: For Sale - Britain's Underground City
"The subterranean complex that was built in the 1950s to house the Conservative prime minister Harold Macmillan's cabinet and 4,000 civil servants in the event of a Soviet nuclear attack is being thrown open to commercial use."
underground  history  architecture  cities  war  dereliction  via:zarba 
november 2005 by kevan
ITN - Police foil rumble on the net
"Pupils from rival schools used the internet to stage a mass brawl but were stopped from coming to blows when police were tipped off. Teenagers [...] used the Microsoft MSN Messenger service to arrange a large scale fight in a park in Merseyside."
children  war  police  web 
october 2005 by kevan
Video in the News: Bees Battle "Hornets From Hell"
Short documentary clip of Japanese honeybees doing their surrounding-and-overheating thing against an invading hornet scout.
bees  insects  war  videos  fire 
october 2005 by kevan
CER | Linguists Marvel at Audacity of Yugoslav Swear Words
"Swear words have not died out, as the Vojvodinian feminist and philiologist Dr Olga Penavin predicted in 1973. She expected that the development of Socialism would lead to a society free of conflict, where there would be no reason for swearing."
language  politics  war  via:richardr 
october 2005 by kevan
PerlWarRules - PerlWar
"PerlWar is inspired by the classic Corewar game. In this game, players pit snippets of Perl code (called 'agents') against each other in order to gain control of the vicious virtual battlefield known as... the Array." Excellent.
games  programming  war  todo  via:yoz 
october 2005 by kevan
Telegraph | Unicef bombs the Smurfs in fund-raising campaign for ex-child soldiers
"The short film pulls no punches. It opens with the Smurfs dancing, hand-in-hand, around a campfire and singing the Smurf song. Bluebirds flutter past and rabbits gambol [...] until, without warning, bombs begin to rain from the sky."
war  children  advertising  television  weapons  via:mcios 
october 2005 by kevan
Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes (1977)
Pointless, unplaceable nonsense with just enough budget to come across as a waste of money. But works okay as a double-bill if you've had enough to drink during the first film.
filmlog  1star  food  war  monsters 
october 2005 by kevan
Science News Online: Bees carefully cook invaders to death
"At least two species of honeybees there, the native Apis cerana and the introduced European honeybee, Apis mellifera, engulf a wasp in a living ball of defenders and heat the predator to death."
bees  wasps  war 
september 2005 by kevan
The Observer | Armed and dangerous - Flipper the firing dolphin let loose by Katrina
"They have learnt to shoot at divers in wetsuits who have simulated terrorists in exercises. If divers or windsurfers are mistaken for a spy or suicide bomber and if equipped with special harnesses carrying toxic darts, they could fire." Surely not.
dolphins  war  terrorism  weapons  via:zarba 
september 2005 by kevan
Telegraph | News | Trawler steamed into germ warfare site and no one said a word
In 1952. "A destroyer and a fisheries vessel shadowed her from over the horizon, listening to her radio broadcasts, waiting to see if she called for medical assistance."
war  water  pestilence  secrets  science 
september 2005 by kevan
New York Times: Challenged by Creationists, Museums Answer Back
"At the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, [staff] often encounter groups from B.C. Tours, which for 15 years has offered tours of the museum based on literal readings of the Bible." [...] "It's your job not to slam the door in the face of a believer."
religion  science  evolution  museums  war  via:mcios 
september 2005 by kevan
Richard III (1996)
Watched a couple of weeks ago. Brilliant reworking into a 1930s fascist rise-to-power, with a strong British cast and excellently amused scheming-to-camera from McKellen.
filmlog  4stars  politics  death  war 
september 2005 by kevan
BBC NEWS | Nazis' exploding chocolate plans
"There were other examples of devices with explosives inside them - a tin of Smedley's plums, lumps of coal, cans of motor oil, shaving brushes and a mess tin."
war  weapons  terrorism  secrets  food  technology 
september 2005 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Goths and chavs go to war in the woods
"Street wardens were introduced three years ago [...] but have found the antagonism between chavs and goths difficult to quell." Sending them into the woods to resolve their issues through paintball. Clearly a Half Man Half Biscuit song in the making.
society  crime  war  via:levez 
september 2005 by kevan
Anemone armies battle to a standoff
Self-made things, emergent battle plans. "Differentiation into warriors seems to depend on a combination of signals from enemy stings and the genetics of the colony."
emergence  war  water  via:jones 
august 2005 by kevan
The ghost village of Imber
Photos of a derelict Wiltshire village, requisitioned for military training during WW2. "The villagers were given a month to evacuate, and told they'd be allowed back when the war was over. They never were."
photos  dereliction  war  signs  via:holly 
august 2005 by kevan
The London Pigeon Wars - Patrick Neate
Picking up a lot, a few chapters in; London pigeons randomly acquire thought and language, and begin to rise up in random acts of terrorism, while a group of twentysomething lives and relationships are rethreaded and refocused.
booklog  london  pigeons  war 
august 2005 by kevan
Guide to Shooting Rubber Bands
Rules and strategy and instructions. "Mounting three bands on three fingers requires quite a bit of practice, meaning you'd better get good at it or find a safe place to hide and reload slowly."
war  weapons  games  via:ole 
august 2005 by kevan
Catch as Catch Can - Joseph Heller
Early and unpublished stories, and new or mislaid bits of Catch-22. Still reading through the early ones, which seem a bit flat and styleless.
booklog  war  love 
july 2005 by kevan
Desoto Sun Herald - Avoid a Killer Bee Attack
"Wear light-colored clothing." [...] "Avoid wearing floral and citrus fragrances of aftershave or cologne."
bees  war 
july 2005 by kevan
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