About Smart concrete Page 4
|August 2nd, 2012||#31|
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How odd you didn't refute any of my post, maybe its because you know you can't so you have to revert to insults again. Remember your own post?
"3. The following are not accepted in posts, but not limited to; Flaming, Baiting, Name Calling, Country Bashing, Spamming, Hate or Racism."
Now stop being a childish silly Billy or you'll go to bed with no supper.
Adversus solem ne loquitor
Last edited by BritinAfrica; August 2nd, 2012 at 09:29..
|August 2nd, 2012||#33|
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But I know well we are in our first steps. I know for 34 years we are in sanction condition. I know our military budget is about 15 billion dollar while our population is 75 million and we are faced with a lot of threats. We have learned how to spend our money in these 34 years after revolution. We plan our defensive politics based on our requirements, our abilities and our budget. Not bad reading this text:
And we have good progress in our missile technology, radar technology, air defense systems, electronic war system, cyber systems, drone technology and many other things although we are in the beginning but we have found the way. In one statement we have learnt to be bold, have self-confidence and trust to ourselves.
Before Iran revolution, Iran Air force was forth in the world. But what happened after a war with Iraq for our air force. We almost lost our air force. Why? Because our air force was completely depended on to the US counselors and their auxiliary parts. Our air force was forth on paper but in fact it wasn’t even fortieth. It is the thing US wants from others.
But now in sanction condition it is not bad to know we were top of the world in science growth last year. And it is good to know 60% of our students in our universities are female!
As I can understand from your posts most of you didn’t hear anything about Iran’s concrete used in Frodo. Yes we may have some other things in our sleeve that you didn’t see coming. If we didn’t have, military attack would be the first choice for US not last one.
Let me tell you another thing. One month ago Kenya canceled one lucrative contract with Iran because of the US threat. Not because of US better contract suggestion or US financial help but because of US threat! Iran’s nuclear activity doesn’t have any effect on Kenya security. I would be so glad if they canceled the contract because of some economic privileges. We have a lot of country who scare from US and don’t dare to defense their right and it is because their people aren't brave. And when we criticize them they say: No it is a wisely decision you can’t understand. They think the God created them to be always obedient in their short time of life. At least live like a man for one time.
Last edited by hamidreza; August 3rd, 2012 at 04:39..
|August 2nd, 2012||#34|
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No battle plan survives its first contact with the enemy. I don't remember who said it first.
All buildings have weak spots, normally the entrance, ventilations etc. Furthermore, there is no earthquake safe buildings; everything the humans have built can be destroyed by nature. Probably we haven't seen all the destruction power this planet can produce.
George; Perhaps its here if somebody wants to collect smart concrete, I don't know
Entrepreneurs are simply those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage.
Last edited by I3BrigPvSk; August 2nd, 2012 at 14:14..
|August 2nd, 2012||#36|
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Helmuth Karl Bernhard Graf von Moltke
|August 2nd, 2012||#37|
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and make a post saying that you put it in the wrong place with a link to the thread you want moved I am sure a mod will move it where it should go.
The reality is that new weapons breed new defences which in turn breed new weapons and so on.
So to quote Lao Tzu - There is no greater disaster than to underestimate your enemy.
We are more often treacherous through weakness than through calculation. ~Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Last edited by MontyB; August 2nd, 2012 at 22:56..
|August 3rd, 2012||#38|
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Exactly , and why you don't want to try and out run who's best at this game right off the start.
Technological advancment of armed conflict throughout history has been developed around breakthroughs in offensive capabilities.
The sword led to plate armor, the firearm broke this , the ballistics vest follows.
The Tank led to the Panzerfaust, the F 4 Phantom to the S 200.
The IED to the up Armor Hummvee and MRAP.
This chain is endless. All defensive systems hail in one way or another to a previously devised threat.
The bomb makes the bunker. Not the other way around.
|August 3rd, 2012||#39|
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As far as the bomb making the bunker you are right but in every case there is a point where the bunker out does the existing bomb, a good example of this is LeE and Brits insistence on discussing the British WW2 bombs such as the Tallboy but these bombs only became essential once there existing bombs became ineffectual so in that case the bunker made the bomb.
|August 3rd, 2012||#40|
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Just it is a most foolish folly to let your stride ride out far ahead of your capabilities of the moment when blowing hot air about grand military ambitions in the region at the present.
There will always be cases of defense blowing off offense, and a new offesnive system will be created to nullifiy that defense.
Iran's super hardened nuclear facilities will create the next generation of bunker busting weapons should they choose war as their next political option. If this genre of weapons is not already being researched.
Once it's busted new bunkers will maybe be built thicker or using other protective measures to counter this new threat.
Hell this has even put U.S. goverment bunkers out of commission due to vulnerability back in the 50's and 60's as weapon technology progressed.
This race is demostrated many times by our ancestors.
In battleships this led to torpedo bulges and thicker armor. Followed by using more torpedoes and air planes to over come their protective measures.
For modern firearms there is the ever going struggle to create lighter and more effective protective wear for warfighters around the globe.
The modern Fighter jet created the SAM, and the stealth fighter to evade those SAM's.
The SR 71 for instance, was over come by more advanced SAM's and interceptor fighters. Thus military satelites became common place.
Everywhere you turn in the realm of armed conlfict's assossiated technology you will see these recurring patterns.
Last edited by Yossarian; August 3rd, 2012 at 01:42..
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