TRC #234: The Internet And Nuclear War + Was Kurt Cobain Murdered + Adam’s Apples

wargames-hackerEpisode 234 coming at you!   Pat responds to a couple of listeners who wrote in to set him straight about the internet, Adam gets Pat back for doing a computer segment by exploring a music related segment about whether Kurt Cobain really committed suicide and Elan rounds out the show with an exploration of Adam’s apples in men and women.

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Show Notes:

The Internet and Nuclear Attack

Voice and data: three big myths

Net was born of economic necessity, not fear

Paul Baran

Vint Cerf

Tim Berners-Lee

The link between nuclear war and the Internet, Paul Baran

DARPA, partial bibliography of the Internet.

Did Kurt Commit Suicide

Kurt Cobain’s suicide note

Death of Kurt Cobain – Wikipedia

Adam’s Apples

Erin Collins Pic From Survivor Thailand

Wikipedia – Adam’s Apple

How It Works – Do Women have an Adam’s Apple?

Wiki Answers – How many percent girls have Adams apple

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3 Responses to TRC #234: The Internet And Nuclear War + Was Kurt Cobain Murdered + Adam’s Apples

  1. Mario Lanza says:

    Hey thanks for mentioning me and the Survivor Historians podcast. I’m glad someone else out there is protecting the legacy of Erin! Keep up the good work, I listened to your podcast for the first time and I enjoyed it. -Mario Lanza

  2. Eric says:

    I’m a little behind in my listening but I just wanted to say thanks a lot for your length reply to my comment. I was especially glad that you put so much effort into getting to the truth of the matter. After listening to your segment I feel I understand it even better than when I made the comment. Your show is excellent!

    • Pat says:

      Thanks for the kind words. I wish I could say that we put this one to rest but… My segment didn’t quite get there. We are going to go one more time around on this topic next week. Keep listening for more and thanks for writing, Eric.

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