Nuclear Energy: Principles, Practices, and Prospects "The material presented here is largely accessible to anyone interested in nuclear energy. This book is the best of its kind in providing a well-written survey of the science, technology, safety, and economics of the full range of nuclear issues, including power, waste, weapons, terrorism, biological effects, and the future of the nuclear... Blender 3D 2.49 Incredible Machines Blender 3D provides all the features you need to create super-realistic 3D models of machines for use in artwork, movies, and computer games. Blender 3D 2.49 Incredible Machines gives you step-by-step instructions for building weapons, vehicles, robots, and more.
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Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius : 28 Build-It-Yourself The do-it-yourself hobbyist market, particularly in the area of electronics, is hotter than ever. This books gives the “evil genius” loads of projects to delve into, from an ultrasonic microphone, to a body heat detector, and all the way to a Star Wars Light Saber. This book makes creating these devices fun, inexpensive, and easy.... The Next Wave in Computing, Optimization, and Decision Technologies Brown et al. (2004) (see also Reed 1994 and Skroch 2004) model the
completion of an adversarial nation’s nuclear-weapons program using
general techniques of PERT. (See PERT 1958 and Malcolm et al. 1959
for the original descriptions of PERT, and see Moder et al. 1983 for a
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Aggressive Network Self-Defense I'm Mad As Hell, and I'm Not Gonna Take it Anymore!
- Analyze the technical, legal, and financial ramifications of revolutionary and controversial network strike-back and active defense techniques.
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The Lucent Library of Science and Technology - Artificial Intelligence As far back as the ancient Greek civilization, people have imagined machines and mechanical men that could work and think like any human. One Greek myth, for example, tells of the Greek god Hephaestus, who built mechanical men to forge powerful weapons and spectacular jewelry. When the king of Crete requested that he make a giant man to guard his...
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