The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

The Religion of Peace (and nukes)

The press is lying to you whenever they suggest that Iran intends to use its nuclear technology peacefully.

Iran's Revolutionary Guards fire the Shahab-3 long-range ballistic missile [ed.: to all of you dummy liberals out there—there is only one use for a "long-range ballistic missile."] in the desert outside the holy city of Qom [ed.: shielding their nuclear test sites with holy cities now too? How noble of them!]. Iran began 10 days of war games amid a mounting standoff with the West over its nuclear program, official media said.(AFP/Mehr News)

Update: Curses! Sweetness & Light beat me by mere minutes on this one!



#1 captainfish 02-Nov-2006
Its for bringing electricity to Iran's outlying areas. Place a nuclear electrical generator on top of this mobile delivery system, and voilah.... transportable electricity.

See, there is always a logical explanation.
#2 captainfish 02-Nov-2006
I just visited Sweetness' website....

Does it look like to you that several of those missles were going into a second stage ignition?? Isn't that rather odd for such an ignition so soon after launch?

If so, then are they really long range missles? I have no basis for this query, but made me curious.
#3 Brian 03-Nov-2006
Yeah Cap'n, I'm seeing the same thing you are. I think they're supposedly testing their multi-warhead delivery systems, and from the looks of those pictures, they seem to be working as designed.
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