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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Pentagon plans for an explosive test next month in Nevada have been delayed for at least three weeks because of a lawsuit over the experiment, which critics say may be part of an effort to develop new nuclear weapons.
Originally posted by Xeven
I think this is probably just cover for the first test of an antimatter bomb.
Antimatter has been a reallity for awhile now and I cannot imagine the pentagon not makeing a weapon out of it.
This is surely just a cover something else.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The planned detonation of 700 tons of conventional explosives in the Nevada desert next month was postponed indefinitely Friday because of fears over the possible spread of radiation.
The detonation site for the blast, known as "Divine Strake," is at the Nevada Test Site, which is 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
Originally posted by Regenmacher
He said the Russians have been notified of the test, which is scheduled for the first week of June at the Nevada test range.
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