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Japan offered to enrich uranium for IRAN!
Nikkei business daily reports proposal for Japan to enrich uranium for Tehran was floated in December, with US approval
As the Nikkei report observed, Japan extended its offer to Iran with U.S. approval.
Japan had made the offer, with the US backing, in December during a Tokyo visit by Iran's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili, according to an earlier Nikkei report which Japan's government has declined to confirm or deny.
AND FOUR MONTHS LATER, THE DIMONA DOZEN SHOWED UP WITH A REALLY FANCY CAMERA!!
The CEO of the Israeli company that installed the security system at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant said Thursday that those workers who have elected to stay behind are "putting their lives on the line" to save Japan.
Magna BSP set up the security system about a year ago at the facility, which suffered extensive damage after the recent earthquake and tsunami, with particular concern over radiation leakage from the reactors at the site.
... Their "security cameras" weighed over 1,000 pounds and were the size and shape of gun type nuclear weapons....
...The reason Magna BSP gave for the odd shape, enormous weight, and giant proportions of their cameras was that they were stereoscopic.
...They have creatively called them bi-scopic so when you search on google their monstrous cameras are the only thing that comes up (outside of Dj lighting and a gun scope) Try it. Type "Biscopic camera" into google images,(without the quotes) it's a hoot! This helps marketing I guess....
... Other manufacturers have units appropriate for indoor focal lengths which are only twice the size of ordinary monocular security cameras. Depth perception going out miles could also be accomplished with two separately mounted cameras weighing only a few pounds; the giant thousand pounder is a dead giveaway. Magna does make passive radar systems which require a large body, but the owl could accomplish it's claimed function with two small lightweight cameras (5 or so lbs, not tiny) and the processor in a modern laptop. Why this giant thing?...