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originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: howtonhawky
As long as nk is allowing inspection and agrees the end goal is denuclearization.
"This explosion can only be classified as nuclear once corresponding airborne radioactivity is detected. Should traces of radioactivity have been released from the event, typically in the form of the radioactive noble gas xenon, they would need to be transported through the atmosphere to one of the radionuclide stations in the region, detected, sampled and analyzed. Results, if any, can be expected within days or weeks."
However no results were published within days or weeks, i.e. no radioactive noble gas xenon was found and athermonuclear hydrogen bomb explosion has nothing in common with an earthquake. A hydrogen bomb explodes in some nano-seconds after having been ignited by an atomic fission bomb explosion that starts the hydrogen fusion and that's it, we are told. There is first an atomic bomb, fission explosion that starts a second fusion explosion (if you believe the nonsense!). Both last only nanoseconds! An earthquake lasts several minutes or hours and it has nothing in common with a sudden explosion. An earthquake starts with some small quakes, then some really big shakings followed by smaller ones. Anyone, like CTBT, suggesting, based on seismic data, that DPRK ignited a thermonuclear bomb is part of the hoax! Only complete twerps believe North Korea has ignited nuclear weapons. But media cannot report it.