War manages to outlive humanity in this frightening short film. Even after humans have gone extinct, our automated war machines keep on fighting, even though the people who programmed their orders are long dead.
If you want to know how to protect a data center in 2012 you don't have to look further than the QTS Richmond Data Center. With what seems like a fortress surrounding it, the data center meets all the Department of Defense anti-terrorism force protection physical requirements.
These gloomy citadels are just a concept design, one that imagines a massive defense network that could surround and defend Japan. Using a chain of breakwaters and drainage channels, these fortresses would protect the coast from tsunamis, while serving as an added layer of defense for man-made threats to the islands.
This is a 30-foot-tall Martello Tower in Suffolk, England. It has one door, 13-foot-thick walls, and was built to keep Napoleon out of England. This particular fortress was refurbished with a cushy interior. It's perfect for keeping out nosy do-gooders.
You're already a fan of Jeffrey Combs. Maybe you've seen him play a slew of all-too-human aliens on Star Trek, maybe you've watched him go too far in Re-Animator. But we bet you haven't seen all his great genre roles.
Christopher Lambert is stuck in a prison cell with half a dozen sweaty dudes, but at least he can dream about sex with his wife, right? Wrong! The Men-Tel Corporation's brain monitors observe his wet dream and give him nausea.