For about $250, you can make your very own space-age spy tech, following an MIT professor's instructions.
It can capture high-resolution images of small objects -- like a message written in push pins that had been hidden behind a foam plate.
Scientists cast doubt over the Pentagon’s plan to build a new nuclear bunker buster
By Rena Marie PacellaPosted 07.06.2005 at 12:00 pm 0 Comments
According to the U.S. Department of Defense, hundreds of
underground bunkers in enemy territories serve as weapons silos, command
centers and safe havens for rogue leaders. Drilled several hundred feet or deeper into the ground, many of the hideouts are far beyond the reach of conventional weapons. The Pentagon’s solution: Build a super-slim bomb called a Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator (RNEP) capable of piercing 20 feet of solid rock and unleashing shock waves on par with a magnitude-7 earthquake.
This fall Congress will decide whether to approve $8.5 million to complete a