The events on 11 September 2001 highlighted the vulnerability of critical national infrastructure to terrorist attack. Bellona’s position paper examines the vulnerability of the United Kingdom’s nuclear facilities to terrorism.
An aerial photograph of Windsor Castle. Splendid!
Ever wondered how a particular band came by their name? Here’s a lengthy list of explanations.
One I particularly like reads: “Michael Jackson—From the subtle combination of his family name, Jackson, plus the christian name given to him by his parents at the time of his birth, Michael”. Silly sods.
There’s two established reasons not to run your car on cooking oil: it’s a legal requirement to pay tax on vehicle fuel, and cooking oil is for cooking.
When stories like this turn up in the press, people invariably start bleating about “the environment”. Will someone please think of “the environment”. Fingers get pointed, usually at the Government, and all because finger-pointing is a lot easier than facing up to the real issues.
Apparently, the world’s funniest joke as been revealed. Maybe we should drop it on Iraq, hey Tony?
I’ve joined a band. Not a difficult process really: turn up to a rehearsal room and make daft noises. It’ll be nice to be making noise with other people—music (as with many things in life) is so much better when you do it with other people.