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Here's Video of North Korea's Rocket Taking Off Yesterday

North Korea successfully launched a satellite into a careening, drunken, stumbling orbit yesterday. That's probably bad news for someone or some someones, but still pretty impressive technologically. Here's what it looked like from the North Korean control room as it happened. Read More >>

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North Korea Satellite Out of Control: Why This Is Very Bad News

After failing miserably on numerous occasions, North Korea has finally put a satellite in orbit. But according to US officials, it is now "tumbling out of control." This is bad news and more bad news, covered in a double layer of extra bad news. Read More >>

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Bumbling North Koreans Ruin Another Scary Rocket Launch

Come on, you guys. North Korea just sent another one of their dumb defective ICBMs made out of twigs and rubber bands into the air, where it quickly disintegrated and fell into the Pacific Ocean. Again. Read More >>

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Israel Take Gory Digital Wars to a Graphic New Level

Well, this is sorta shocking. Yesterday, Israel started live-tweeting its ongoing campagin against Gaza, telling us all about how it was blowing people up. Turns out they're also now the broadcasters of Kill TV, uploading worryingly graphic and tasteless videos of missile strikes up to YouTube. Read More >>

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China’s DF-21D Missile Is a One-Shot Aircraft Carrier Killer

Since the end of WWII, America's naval might has been undisputed and our aircraft carriers have been its crown jewels. However, the days of dominance could end with China's new DF-21D ballistic missile—the only device on Earth capable of sinking an aircraft carrier—four and a half acres of sovereign US territory—with one shot. Read More >>

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This Terrifying Killing Machine Can Loiter for Six Hours Before Attacking Its Target Like a Mad Hawk

The Fire Shadow is an unmanned flying machine that can loiter unnoticed, hovering over an area for six hours, waiting to receive a kill order on any designated moving or static target—and then fall on it like a suicidal bird of prey to destroy it. Read More >>

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Launching Missiles Froms Ships Creates Hell On Earth

The fact that a missile can be launched from a ship to successfully intercept an incoming ballistic missile is amazing in and of itself. But when you launch it at night, creating a little taste of hell on Earth for a few seconds, it's pretty damn cool. Read More >>

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