It's official: Iran has nukes

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posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 10:13 PM
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There are a bunch of KIDS at MIT that would have ABSOLUTELY NO PROBLEM building a old style Fission Bomb as long as they had the Weapons Grade Uranium. The Gun Barrel Uraniun Fueled Nuke would be relatively easy in it's design to assemble and to think Iran is not capable of doing this is laughable.

Being able to properly assemble explosive plates around a Plutonium Core would be more difficult but since Iran does not have Plutonium to work with it's a non-issue.

It has ALWAYS been an issue for contries that desire Nuclear Weapons to be able to get the Weapons Grade Fuel much more so than being able to recreate a 1945 U.S. designed Fission Bomb. One can look up such Nuclear designs in a Library.

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posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 03:16 AM
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Originally posted by SplitInfinity
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There are a bunch of KIDS at MIT that would have ABSOLUTELY NO PROBLEM building a old style Fission Bomb as long as they had the Weapons Grade Uranium. The Gun Barrel Uraniun Fueled Nuke would be relatively easy in it's design to assemble and to think Iran is not capable of doing this is laughable.

Being able to properly assemble explosive plates around a Plutonium Core would be more difficult but since Iran does not have Plutonium to work with it's a non-issue.

It has ALWAYS been an issue for contries that desire Nuclear Weapons to be able to get the Weapons Grade Fuel much more so than being able to recreate a 1945 U.S. designed Fission Bomb. One can look up such Nuclear designs in a Library.

Split Infinity



I didn't say Iran wouldn't be able to build a nuclear weapon. Their scientists are the best in the world. What I said is that it is not easy to build one. You are completely wrong when you say that a bunch of kids at MIT could build one with absolutely no problem. One can find nuclear designs in the library or online, but many aspects of the Manhattan Project remain classified. Even the gun design would not be as easy as one would think. We already knew that the gun was a modified howitzer, but it wasn't until recently that we learned the "bullet" was a stack of uranium rings and the target some kind of spike. This was opposite to what was generally believed for decades. There are probably many things we don't know and some things that we have been purposely led to believe but are false. The best way to build a nuclear weapon is to start the research from scratch and not rely on designs obtained from elsewhere. I think the North Koreans made this mistake because their tests sucked.



posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 03:37 AM
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I think you may have forgotten on 5 seperate ocasions...MIT students were visited by members of both the FBI and NSA as on a dare they were well into the process of Building a Nuclear Bomb without the Fuel and one of these events used a fake Plutonium core with REAL explosives that they were to detonate so that later they could look at the Graphite Ball they used as a Plutonium Core to determine if their calculations were correct.

One one of these events the students were designing a Laser Trigger Fusion devise.

That had a lot of people pissed off.

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 06:46 AM
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Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
Ya know, that other country .. America that has nukes.. has actually used them to murder millions of innocent civilians


America did not murder millions of innocent civilians with thermonuclear bombs.
We dropped one bomb on Hiroshima and one on Nagasaki.
80,000-166,000 in Hiroshima
and
60,000-80,000 in
Nagasaki.

In America though, 1,500,000
million are killed every year
as a result of abortions.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 02:00 PM
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Lost of dis-ifo on here. Iran does NOT have the top scientists in the world for 1. and for 2, yes there are students at MIT who theoretically know how to assemble an old-school nuke, but just because you have that knowledge doesnt mean you walk into Home Deopt and get the parts.

Do you know the precision that goes into the parts? I think a lot of folks underestimate the complexity of doing so.


This doesnt mean Iran doesnt have them though. A country that vast with its reseources and technology could most definitely assemble them.
edit on 26-5-2013 by princeofpeace because: (no reason given)





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