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Read on defensetech.org (not that they are experts) that it was probably a dud in the range of a 500ton payload. They are saying that a plutonium device that size should have been around 20kilotons.

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The sad fact is, nukes are not that hard to make.

It was hard in the forties,simply because it had never been done before.

Unfortunately, that is no longer the case.

Any outfit with sufficient U235 or Pu can make a bomb.

Get use to it.

Hopefully the US government is looking into an alternate base of operations.

Because D.C. is tops on the hit parade.

[ 10-09-2006, 11:52 PM: Message edited by: HorseloverFat ]

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This is another legacy of Clinton.

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. - Republican Sen. John McCain on Tuesday accused former President Clinton, the husband of his potential 2008 White House rival, of failing to act in the 1990s to stop North Korea from developing nuclear weapons.

"I would remind Senator (Hillary) Clinton and other Democrats critical of the Bush administration's policies that the framework agreement her husband's administration negotiated was a failure," McCain said at a news conference after a campaign appearance for Republican Senate candidate Mike Bouchard.

"The Koreans received millions and millions in energy assistance. They've diverted millions of dollars of food assistance to their military," he said.

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Really funny how most of our fellow american's have forgotten who it was who sold our nuclear secrets.......

the democratic party are being a bunch of hypocrits.. but the again.. that's nothing new..

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