posted on May, 7 2005 @ 07:10 AM
Well the report says a "vast" hole, which, unless it's a mistake on the part of the reporter or "unnamed" source, implies a wide area. This
doesn't seem consistent with underground nuclear testing procedure. A detailed explanation here:
A few possibilities:
One, we're going to be shown an open-cut mine or something and told it's crazy Kim's "nukular" test site.
Two, the Korean's don't know what they're doing and they're using a wide pit instead of drilling a shaft.
Three, it's a ruse by Kim.
Four, it's a ruse by Washington to keep the world focused on N.Korea. Dance, my puppets, dance.
Keep in mind that NK is the last piece in the puzzle to provide a North Pacific defense gridlock around China. Don't deceive yourself that Washington
is pressuring NK because of concerns about "world peace and stability". Who stands to gain?