You need to read it all to find the humour in the tail.
Adolf wonders whether there has been a big bang yet, somewhere in Iran.
Cyber security giant Symantec warned:
Stuxnet can potentially control or alter how [an industrial] system operates. A previous historic example includes a reported case of stolen code that impacted a pipeline. Code was secretly “Trojanized’” to function properly and only some time after installation instruct the host system to increase the pipeline’s pressure beyond its capacity. This resulted in a three kiloton explosion, about 1/5 the size of the Hiroshima bomb.
A three kiloton explosion in a pipeline somewhere in the world at some time or other would have rated a mention, even in the Antique Media. Three thousand tonnes of TNT going off in one place is a bit more than a flash bang.
Funny thing is, I can't remember hearing about any such incident. Ever.
Can readers enlighten?
Ahahhh! Here it is. Them good ole boys from the CIA way back in 1982.