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    Hehe vào bẩy, hy vọng Iran sẽ hấp diêm thằng tầu.
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    Tui đang rãnh thích chọc chó coi nó cù nhây cỡ nào
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    aha nó éo dám sủa ngu nữa roài
  3. Electoker

    Electoker Thành viên gắn bó với ttvnol.com Đang bị khóa

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    Chắc chắn Iran sẽ hấp thằng tầu, VN có cơ thắng Japan chớ chẳng đùa.
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    abcef Thành viên tích cực Đang bị khóa

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    cho VN vô địch luôn còn chó thì vẫn ngu

    ăn cắp ảnh trên mạng tự nhận của mình, bị bóc phốt ko biết nhục

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    Hồ sơ wikileaks cuộc chiến ủy nhiệm của TQ dành cho Mỹ

    WikiLeaks: Chinese weapons fall into hands of insurgents
    Chinese-made weapons have fallen into the hands of insurgents fighting Coalition forces in Iraq and Afghanistan because of China’s failure to enforce export controls on arms to Iran, the leaked cables show.

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    Insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq have obtained Chinese-made weapons Photo: AP

    By Gordon Rayner, Chief Reporter

    7:00AM GMT 03 Feb 2011


    US diplomats also feared that Chinese companies were selling materials to Iran that could be used to build nuclear missiles and other weapons of mass destruction.

    Chinese-made guns, as well as rocket-propelled grenades and surface-to-air missiles containing Chinese-made components, have all been used against Coalition forces or civilian targets in Iraq, the US claims, while other weapons have been obtained by militants in Afghanistan.

    The US was so concerned about Chinese arms and components being sold to Iran that in September 2008 the State Department launched a major diplomatic offensive to put pressure on Beijing.

    It decided to share intelligence with eight “key allies” including Spain and Italy to “persuade China to enforce its export control laws more effectively” and to “aggressively implement” UN Security Council resolutions on the sale of arms and weapons materials.

    Ambassadors were told to encourage the foreign governments to point out to the Chinese that arms sales to Iran “could ultimately damage China’s reputation and its bilateral relationship with” each of the countries.
    Patricia McNerney, of the US Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, listed examples of Chinese-made weapons seized from insurgents in Iraq in a cable sent from Washington to US diplomats abroad.

    They included “new-con***ion Chinese produced small arms” which were “found together with newly-produced Iranian military materiel”; a surface-to-air missile fired at a Boeing 747 civilian airliner over Baghdad in August 2004 “assembled in Iran using a mix of Chinese and Iranian parts”; “two Chinese-origin QW-1 MANPADS (surface-to-air missiles) that Iran had transferred to Iraqi insurgents” and “hundreds of newly-produced Iranian PG-7-AT1 rocket-propelled grenades that contain Chinese-made base detonators” that had been “repeatedly fired at Coalition forces” by Shia militants.

    Raising concerns about Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons programme, Ms McNerney added: “Certain state-owned Chinese entities and private firms continue to export or transship key items and/or dual-use technology needed to develop weapons of mass destruction or their means of delivery, as well as conventional weapons to Iran.”

    She told US diplomats: “Getting China to aggressively implement United Nations Security Council resolutions as well as more effectively enforce its own export controls regarding transfers of dual-use and military items to Iran is an essential component of our overall diplomatic strategy to thwart Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons and delivery systems for weapons of mass destruction.”

    In 2008 the US also confronted China over a shipment to Iran of 208 tonnes of potassium perchlorate, which can be used as rocket fuel.

    The alleged breaches were highlighted a year after President Bush had raised the issue of arms sales with Chinese President Hu at a summit in Australia.

    China is by no means the only country accused of failing to implement export controls on arms and materials sales to Iran. In April 2009 the ambassador to the EU in Brussels noted concerns that smaller EU member states were failing to take seriously enough the threat posed by Iran.

    One EU official told US diplomats that he had to “continually remind” European countries “that the situation is dangerous and unabated will lead to nuclear war in the Middle East”.

    Later the same year the German computer firm Siemens was forced to recall 111 boxes of computers that it had sold to a Chinese company linked to Iran’s nuclear programme. A cable from the US Embassy in Berlin noted: “Siemens needs to be more careful about whom they sell to,” though it had “technically” done nothing wrong, as the computers were not controlled export items.

    The US also raised concerns about the French firm Sofradir selling infrared detectors to a Chinese firm that were being used in thermal imaging systems sold on by China to Iran.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/wo...se-weapons-fall-into-hands-of-insurgents.html

    Tóm tắt vũ khí TQ sản xuất toàn công nghệ cũ từ thời LX, sau đó xuất khẩu cho Iran, Iran lại bán hoặc viện trợ cho các nhóm du kích chống Mỹ và đồng minh trên toàn cõi Trung Đông
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    Nhiều người dân TQ hay nước ngoài đã bị kết án là gián điệp oan chỉ vì chụp ảnh máy bay tàu chiến ...
    nên chúng nó cứ nghĩ chụp ảnh máy bay tàu bò là khó lắm, nguy hiểm lắm ...

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    Mỹ là trùm ăn cắp công nghệ lại đi chửi TQ ăn cắp, thật buồn cười ăn ăn cắp đi chửi người khác ăn cắp :))

    Mời độc giả vào đọc Hồ sơ Mỹ ăn cắp tỉ đô công nghệ quân sự Liên Xô, rồ Mỹ ko dám bén mảng vào luôn vì sợ

    Hồ sơ điệp viên tỷ đô của CIA: Mỹ đã ăn cắp công nghệ của Liên Xô ra sao

    http://ttvnol.com/threads/ho-so-die...an-cap-cong-nghe-cua-lien-xo-ra-sao.15339325/

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    Nhục nhất là chửi Mỹ trong khi toàn bộ nền khoa học tàu ghẻ là do Mỹ aa nó phát minh,.

    Mấy thằng ng u ăn c ứt tầu ghẻ đang dùng internet, hệ điều hành, linh kiện bán dẫn do bố tầu ghẻ phát minh à.
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    abcef Thành viên tích cực Đang bị khóa

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    Tàu ăn cắp thì Mỹ cũng ăn cắp đó thôi, nó nói sai à, có khi ăn cắp của Liên xô nên mới có pc, internet ngày nay để dùng
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    Bạn nói cũng có phần đúng và chưa đúng, đúng là Internet do Mỹ phát minh, nhưng là nhờ chạy đua vũ trang với LX, LX lên vũ trụ thì Mỹ mới thúc đẩy kết nối mạng liên kết quân sự, cũng như việc cả thế giới còn phải dùng công nghệ giấy, in ấn, thuốc súng và la bàn của TQ

    Chất xám của LX đóng góp cho Mỹ công nghệ bộ xử lý Intel Pentium, ông tổ của Core I ngày nay, nói cách khác người Mỹ ăn cắp chất xám, học lỏm hầu hết công nghệ quan trọng của LX, gọi tắt là công nghệ nút cổ trai (rất quan trọng nhưng ko phô trương bên ngoài) nên rất ít ai nếu ko chịu khó tìm hiểu sẽ ko biết từ nguyên lý động cơ VSTOL Yak-141, khí động học máy bay chiến đấu MiG-25/21, khái niệm IFV thông qua BMP1 cho tới bộ xử lý máy tính cá nhân và công nghệ tàng hình, người Nga khó mà thương mại hóa các sản phẩm của họ dưới thời LX còn tồn tại, do tất cả đều nằm tập trung trong tay nhà nước, người Nga khi đó rất kém makerting, nên dĩ nhiên các sản phẩm dân sự của họ đều khó cạnh tranh giá thành với phương tây hoặc Nhật Bản

    Intel uses Russia military technologies
    Russian designer could have been inspiration for Pentium name
    By Andrei Fatkullin in Moscow 7 Jun 1999 at 10:14
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    Former Elbrus employee, Vladimir Pentkovski is a leading Intel processor architect. The core of the Russian Elbrus team has been together for over 40 years, developing supercomputers for the former Soviet Union's defence establishments. Pentkovski carried to Intel many advanced Elbrus technologies. According to microprocessor expert Keith Diefendorff: "Elbrus has developed computers based on superscalar, shared memory multiprocessing, and EPIC techniques, long before papers on those subjects appeared in the West." At Elbrus, by that time transformed into the Institute of Precision Mechanics and Computing Equipment of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Vladimir Pentkovski took part in the development of Elbrus-1 (1978) and Elbrus-2 (1984) supercomputers and led the development of El-90 superscalar 32-bit microprocessors. Superscalar architecture was invented in Russia. According to Keith Diefendorff, in 1978 almost 15 years ahead of Western superscalar processors, Elbrus implemented a two-issue out-of-order processor with register renaming and speculative execution. The chief architect of Elbrus supercomputers, Boris A. Babaian, says: "In 1978 we developed world-first superscalar computer, Elbrus-1. At present all Western superscalar processor have just the same architecture. The first Western superscalar processor appeared in 1992 while ours arrived in 1978. Moreover, our variant of superscalar is analogous to the Pentium Pro introduced by Intel in 1995." The Elbrus-1 processor instruction set (named El-76) was very complicated. Complex El-76 instructions were translated by special units to simple micro-operations. In 1984, the Elbrus-2 was built. It had essentially the same architecture. In 1986 the 32-bit El-90 microprocessor project was started by a team headed by Vladimir M. Pentkovski. The technical statement of work was created in 1987. The first El-90 prototypes were built in 1990. The El-90 architecture reflects a combination of RISC and Elbrus-2 ideas. El-90 featured - half a million transistors - 32-bit - simplified instruction set (as comparad with Elbrus-2), the majority of which could be executed in one cycle - superscalar architecture capable of executing two instructions per clock cycle - speculative execution - out-of-order execution - branch prediction - register renaming - high-performance pipelined floating point unit - sufficient cache - 10-way multiprocessing support - debugging support In 1990 Pentkovski begun work on El-91S, the successor to the El-90. But due to political and economical changings in Russia financing ceased. For a period from 1991 to 1999, we don't know what Pentkovski was doing. In 1999 his name has appeared again, in the Intel Technical Journal. According to it, Vladimir Pentkovski led the development of Pentium III processor architecture. You can find this reference to Pentkovski here. We would also like to remind you that in 1993 Intel introduced 32-bit Pentium processor with lots of new features - x86 instruction set is very complicated. Pentium has a special unit which translates complex x86 instructions to simple RISC-like ones - superscalar architecture capable of executing two instructions per cycle - branch prediction - pipelined floating point unit - sufficient cache - 2-way multiprocessing support - debugging support In 1995 Intel introduced better architecture, the Pentium Pro - improved x86 instruction decoder unit - improved superscalar architecture - speculative execution - out-of-order execution - branch prediction - register renaming - high-performance pipelined floating point unit - improved 2-way multiprocessing support - debugging support It could be that the Pentium is named after Pentkovski. And now Pentkovski's former chief, Boris Babaian, is going to bash Intel with a revolutionary new Elbrus E2k micropocessor. ® Andrei Fatkullin is a journalist at Russian wire Computerra

    https://www.theregister.co.uk/1999/06/07/intel_uses_russia_military_technologies/
    http://csef.ru/en/nauka-i-obshchestvo/306/sovetskie-korni-proczessora-intel-pentium-4912

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    After 1991, Intel has snatched dozens of ex-Soviet microprocessor engineers/scientists who then worked on Intel CPUs. Here are two most notable ones:

    Vladimir Pentkovski is a Principal Engineer in the Microprocessor Product Group in Folsom. He was one of the architects in the core team, which defined the Internet Streaming SIMD Extensions of IA-32 architecture. Vladimir led the development of Pentium III processor architecture and performance analysis. Previously he led the development of compilers and software and hardware support for programming languages for Elbrus multiprocessor computers in Russia. Vladimir holds a Doctor of Science degree and Ph.D. degree in computer science and engineering from Russia.
    Boris Babayan is a Russian supercomputer architect, notable as the pioneering creator of supercomputers in the Soviet Union. Boris Babayan is an Intel Fellow and Director of Architecture for the Software and Services Group. He leads worldwide efforts related to compiler technologies for Intel server products, technologies that enable applications to run on multiple computer architectures without recompiling, and helping to develop Intel security technologies. He will also be a key Intel representative to the leading Russia Academies and Universities, working to attract top talent to Intel sites located in Moscow, Nizhniy and Novosibirsk.

    https://forums.anandtech.com/thread...russian-and-cis-cpu-collection.2296101/page-2

    Công cụ Google mà rồ Mỹ sử dụng cũng là chất xám của người Nga sergey brin, hầu như mọi lĩnh vực mà Mỹ tự nhận thành công, đều ko có bất kì người Mỹ gốc nào (tức là người Mỹ di cư sang gốc Anh) mà hầu hết là người gốc Nga, Đức, Do Thái, Nam Phi

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