posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 07:52 PM
But in this case, the agency's six-page report to the UN Security Council withheld judgement about where the material came from and whether it could
be linked to a secret nuclear program. At high enough enrichment levels, uranium can be used to fuel bombs. The report confirmed that Iran had
continued producing enriched uranium on a small scale and at relatively low levels at its vast Natanz plant. The United Nations has demanded that Iran
stop such production.
It really states the report was the discovery of particles of highly enriched uranium on a container at a waste storage site not far from Tehran. They
were sent for testing a year ago obtained the result only a few weeks a go.
So the so called enriched particles were found in a dump site on a container not in the container.
What we are seeing and hearing is at best controlled information output, so why jump on something from a year ago and with no absolute proof it came
We do know that Iran has not stopped its enrichedment process but its only doing about a 10% enrichment with about fifty machines.
I believe Iran needs 1500 enrichment machines to make one bomb and their a long way from the bomb.
However, We need to look to China and ask is China moving material for bomb making into Iran and helping them develop the means and final result.
The above news stories only give half the story and moves one to think that Iran has the ability to produce weapons grade material.