I spent most of my youth raking gunpowder out of unexploded fireworks,
making hydrogen baloons, large sparks, etc.
Most efforts by so called "terorists" seem pretty fickle and this recent
article in the register is insightfull too:
I fully subscribe to Linus Pauling's sentiment that in 50 years time there
will be no more good chemists because you can't buy most good stuff to
experiment with anymore!
Read e.g. "Uncle Tungsten" and you'll see what I mean.
A thought: Is todays closet wannabe terrorist bomb plotter the nobel prize
chemist of tomorrow?
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