It wasn’t very long ago, relatively speaking, that the miniature radar ‘station’ detonators in our WWII anti-aircraft shells were declassified. So we had miniaturization capabilities in 1940s.
And then there was 'The Thinking Machine' nobody knew about.
McNamara testified that there wasn’t enough titanium in the world to build an Oxcart, even as they were actually in early production while U2s were being built.
During the height of the Cold War, despite all the nuclear war game scenarios played, I believe the first indication of a real attack was a detonation in space to blind the Keyholes. In other words, if our satellites remained usable, the enemies launch was a ‘mistake’.
Schwarzkopf decided to go through the back door because our own logistic people told him it couldn't be done, so he knew Saddam wouldn't believe it.
So, if this has been let out of the bag, I’m guessing it’s because we already have a way to defeat it. I wouldn't hazard a guess whether it’s technological or procedural or some other method, but I’d bet there’s a plan B in a drawer someplace.
"Sometimes I pretend to be normal, but it's boring and I go back to being me."
"You might as well be yourself, people wonít like you anyway."
"Tres verbo dictom"