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Common sense - The end of the world isn't the end of the world

One bit of national news caught my eye the other day.

Apparently, a missile intercept test went awry in Hawaii and we missed the target drone. The way it was explained it seems like an almost impossible task “like trying to hit a bullet with a bullet” was how it was explained.

I can see how that would be very difficult, unless it’s in the plot of "The Matrix."

In response, it was pointed out North Korea was working on firing missiles in a salvo, making it a near impossibility to get them all and even missiles that can ...

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