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IAEA Report: No Evidence Iran Diverted Any Nuclear Material for a Nuclear Weapons Program

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posted on Sep, 27 2012 @ 11:21 PM
reply to post by OccamsRazor04

Guarantees to sell it were made. If those guarantees were not met then Iran would have a leg to stand on. There is no revenue stream as it will cost them much more to make it than they can recoup selling it. They are way behind on the technology as well. The only ones buying it would be those who can't buy it legally from any other nation, is that who you want having nuclear material?

From whom? Iran: We'll buy enriched uranium from third party.
As for the cost, well, that would depend on the price of Uranium as well as which enrichment process they you can't accurately say that.

No, the T-shirt seems to be evidence that they plan on obtaining them though. If you only want to use nuclear materials for peaceful uses why talk about your upcoming nuclear bomb? Iran can't hit the US, they can hit Israel and our allies potentially. They can invade Kuwait without fear of repurcussion.

The T-shirt is something I can't find...anyone have a link on it? I would like to read what it has to say. Also, who is talking about their upcoming nuclear bomb? Iran can't hit the US but they can hit a hell of a lot of bases.

Very true about the dirty bomb. But it would be a n easy source to get material for a dirty bomb, and the threat of them giving nukes to terrorist groups is very real.

Same could be said about Israel.

We also have the fact Thorium reactors are being built as we speak. Thorium is amazing, and has none of the drawbacks of traditional nuclear plants. Want to know the ONLY reason thorium is bad? It can't make nuclear weapons.

Agreed! Thorium MSR's should be the way everyone goes!

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