They will be boring, and we will be dissatisfied.
The country’s civilian communications network, including some 250,000 cell phone towers, would double as a defense grid.
Speculation swirls online, but experts say it would be very difficult to pull off.
“They may not inflict mass casualties, but the terror and panic they could cause is really worrying."
The DPRK's first nuclear test was pretty crappy, but still.
Arun Shukla's laboratory destroys the world's most advanced materials so that we can learn how to prevent catastrophes.
The Enhanced Tactical Multi-Purpose grenade, or ET-MP, will be a frag-concussion twofer.
The clips, digitized last year, show the flying branch’s first pilotless attackers during test flights in the early 70s.
An internal series of emails called "WARgrams" demanded "unprecedented degrees of cooperation" to create a pervasive network of surveillance.
But the military version of 'Arma' is really good.