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I was thinking that if the barrels were the bottleneck, that there would be more of the 5.45 barrels...
Look, I brought up the story with UOP's 7.62x39 AR-15 precisely because it's so dumb. It signifies U...
5.45 for AR? Surely you jest.
Wait...why not 5.45x39? Surely there are more of those barrels available?
Ukraine is roiling cauldron of madness, and the war with Russians is but a part of it. The dec...
Steven Den Beste
Part of the process of making plutonium bombs is breeding the plutonium. That takes a special reacto...
Give me a top-attack-profile guided missile any day. Try to carry more than one. Leastwise with ...
Steven Den Beste
The Barrett Long Rifle has a similar capability. (It fires .50 BMG.) And it's in active use by Ameri...
Similar anti-materiel rifles are still being made, in that caliber and 20 mm. The main one that com...
I don't know that I'd want to take the old MN 91/30 out against a tank, even if it is theoretically ...
A Geek Strolls Through Japan.
Actually, it IS rocket science...
Adventures in Science
Bitter Lonely Geek Rants
Civil Wars: Cold, Warm, and Hot
Strategy, Tactics, Weapons and Kit
Talented Peoples Work
This Long War
Weapons n' Kit
News of the commercial space industry
A Babe In The Universe
Rather Eclectic Cosmology
Superb spacecraft resource
The Unwanted Blog
Scott Lowther blogs about forgotten aerospace projects and sells amazingly informative articles on the same. Also, there are cats.
Commentary on Infinity...and beyond!
Space colonization news!
The Alternate Energy Blog
It's a blog about alternate energy (DUH!)
Next Big Future
Brian Wang: Tracking our progress to the FUTURE.
Charles Barton, who seems to be either a cool curmudgeon, or a rational hippy, talks about energy policy and the terrible environmental consequences of not going nuclear
Energy From Thorium
Focuses on the merits of thorium cycle nuclear reactors
Current events commentary...with a wiz and a bang
The Gates of Vienna
Tenaciously studying a very old war
insightful blogging, presumably from the catacombs
"Howling Mad Murdoc" has a millblog...golly!
Maritime security matters
Fullbore blackshoe blogging!
Richard Fernandez blogs on current events
Understated and interesting blog on current events
The Dissident Frogman
French bi-lingual current events blog
The "Moderate" Voice
I don't think that word means what they think it does....but this lefty blog is a worthy read nonetheless.
News, Jews and Meryls' Views
Eric Scheie blogs about the culture war and its incompatibility with our republic.
Jerry Pournell: Chaos Manor
One of Science fictions greats blogs on futurism, current events, technology and wisdom
A Distant Soil
The website of Colleen Dorans' superb fantasy comic, includes a blog focused on the comic industry, creator issues and human rights.
John C. Wright
The Sci-Fi/ Fantasy writer muses on a wide range of topics.
Now Read This!
The founder of the UK Comics Creators Guild blogs on comics past and present.
The Rambling Rebuilder
Charity, relief work, roleplaying games
The Art and rantings of Vince Riley
Allan Harvey, UK based cartoonist and comics historian has a comicophillic blog!
Tim Driscoll reviews old movies, silents and talkies, classics and clunkers.
Just like a suburban Leprechaun....but taller, more dangerous and a certified genius.
Satharn's Musings Through Time
The Crazy Catlady of The Barony of Tir Ysgithr
Thoughtful, curmudgeonly, otakuism that pulls no punches and suffers no fools.
Stephen Den Beste analyzes anime...with a microscope, a slide rule and a tricorder.
Anime, Formula One Racing, Sad Girls in Snow...Duck Triumphalism
What will likely be the most thoroughly tested waffle evah!
In this thrilling sequel to Zoopraxiscope, Don, Middle American Man of Mystery, keeps tabs on anime, orchids, and absurdities.
Mahou Meido Meganekko
Ubu blogs on Anime, computer games and other non-vital interests
More geekery than you can shake a stick at
Shoplifting in the Marketplace of Ideas
Sounds like Plaigarism...but isn't
All Meenuvians Praise the lathe of the maker! Hail Pixy!!
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