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Originally posted by 12m8keall2c
reply to post by PageAlaCearl
By removing or covering over the soil that was irradiated. A mere 3.5ft would reduce the signature to near or at background [naturally occurring] levels.
such the timely 'revelation' we have here, though
but, then again, the denial and delaying of inspections would have allowed for sufficient time to do so
Things sure are ramping up rather quickly it seems.
Originally posted by CrikeyMagnet
reply to post by nenothtu
So... Here we were trying to find evidence of nuclear ambitions in Iran, and all we really needed to find were conventional explosives? Well, that should make it easier to sell this war!
Nuclear evidence = nuclear evidence
Construction evidence = nuclear evidence
Conventional explosives we already know they have = nuclear evidence
Why don't we give spy agencies the day off? We've got this down.
Originally posted by the2ofusr1
I was just thinking ...How hard would it be for someone to take some of this material for making bombs and salt a area for inspectors to find ? Like what if the TPTB decided to fly one of its drones and drop enriched uranium near a site to make it look like Iran was building a bomb.Something like that could happen ...peace
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
reply to post by milkyway12
Military grade hardware cannot beat the laws of physics no matter what. I know that the limitations of systems are. Like you cannot break the speed of light, etc. You cannot resolve details greater than certain optical limits without using software assistance. You might have seen software assisted photographs of satellite pictures, but not raw photos.