Originally posted by Glass
A single "leaked" graph is not proof at all. Anyone with a nuclear physics textbook could have made this graph and slapped some Arabic text on it.
Even worse, the calculations reflected on this graph are patently ridiculous. Butt and Dalnoki-Veress document that the graph "does nothing more than indicate either slipshod analysis or an amateurish hoax" [emphasis added]. That's because, they explain, "the diagram features quite a massive error, which is unlikely to have been made by research scientists working at a national level"; namely:
"The image released to the Associated Press shows two curves: one that plots the energy versus time, and another that plots the power output versus time, presumably from a fission device. But these two curves do not correspond: If the energy curve is correct, then the peak power should be much lower - around 300 million ( 3x108) kt per second, instead of the currently stated 17 trillion (1.7 x1013) kt per second. As is, the diagram features a nearly million-fold error."
Originally posted by Gidonb4IN
he graph below, obtained by AP from "a country critical of Iran's atomic program to bolster", appears shows that Iran has been trying to create a weapon more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Read more: www.businessinsider.com...
No insights, just scary #