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written by Deanfrz on Feb 20, 2007 02:50
Just flood the space over the north pole with sand, launch the sand from New Mexico when the alert comes in. Hopefully, this(with ball berings mixed in) will take out the incoming missiles/warheads, travelling at 18,000 miles an hour as they are.
So as we dont need fancy lasers and all that.

COurse, you still have the sub threat, and artillary shells, planes, and cruise missiles.
going nowhere fast...
written by Skinnymon on Feb 20, 2007 04:14
Why is this in whatever for????
written by Deanfrz on Feb 20, 2007 06:22
where else are you gonna put it?
hidden agenda
written by Trad.a on Feb 20, 2007 08:56
That's a good point. What's SDI? I'm sure I've heard it before.. maybe in Sid Meier's Civilization.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Feb 20, 2007 11:50
Surgical Diaphragm Insertion.
who needs titles?
written by Pomelos on Feb 20, 2007 12:40
Single document interface
~vacation~
written by Tacogeddon on Feb 20, 2007 13:44
Salvador Dali Interloping.

Well somebody had to do the ridiculous one.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Feb 20, 2007 13:55
Surgical insertion of a diaphragm isn't ridiculous?
written by Zixinus on Feb 20, 2007 14:35
Satellite Destruction Instruction?
krasnyj bibliotekar
written by Serpens on Feb 20, 2007 15:33
So Do I?
journeyman
written by Stargazer on Feb 20, 2007 16:29
SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative, also known as Star Wars.
written by Zixinus on Feb 20, 2007 16:47
Surface-to-air?
there's science to be done!
written by Yash on Feb 20, 2007 19:24
Damn the 80's.
journeyman
written by Stargazer on Feb 20, 2007 19:47
Zixinus said:
Surface-to-air?
That, together with space based laser satellites and even (in more recent times) laser-shooting airplanes. More information is available here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strategic_Defense_Initiative
written by Deanfrz on Feb 21, 2007 03:20
eh, I like Sali Dali Interloping better
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