What if there were a monumental environmental threat that you didn’t even know was happening? What if you found out it is affecting your health and that of people you know and love? What if you knew it was such an enormous problem that it has the potential to destroy our crops and trees, the soil they are grown in, our entire water supply, and whole ecosystems - and that if you didn’t act, we could never turn back?
At its meeting Of March 29, 1966 the Federal Council asked ICAS to prepare a report outlining "who is doing what in weather modification, the future plans of the agencies (particularly Commerce and Interior) and their interreIatlonships, and the considerations that should affect decisions on the division Of responsibilities for research Ln weather modification." Forwarded herewith is a Report prepared for ICAS by Dr. Homer E. Newell, the NASA member Of ICAS. It has been thoroughly considered by our Committee and is endorsed as the ICAS response to the Council's request above.
In 2025, US aerospace forces can “own the weather” by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war-fighting applications. Such a capability offers the war fighter tools to shape the battlespace in ways never before possible. It provides opportunities to impact operations across the full spectrum of conflict and is pertinent to all possible futures. The purpose of this paper is to outline a strategy for the use of a future weather-modification system to achieve military objectives rather than to provide a detailed technical road map.
Acoustic emanations of computer keyboards represent a serious privacy issue. As demonstrated in prior work, spectral and temporal properties of keystroke sounds might reveal what a user is typing. However, previous attacks assumed relatively strong adversary models that are not very practical in many real-world settings. Such strong models assume: (i) adversary’s physical proximity to the victim, (ii) precise profiling of the victim’s typing style and keyboard, and/or (iii) significant amount of victim’s typed information (and its corresponding sounds) available to the adversary.
The Royal Court wishes to honor all Crusaders for their continued advocacy of postoperative pain management to doctors throughout the land. However, as you continue to spread the word about the benefits that OxyContin can bring physicians and patients, don't forget to position Vicoprofen as a viable option for patients who require pain relief of less than 10 days.