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To: Tijeras_Slim; jveritas; RayRobisonblog; eyespysomething

"Based on my knowledge of seismic detection and verification of underground nuclear tests, they could not have detonated a device without it being discovered. You cannot decouple it successfully, and the signature is very differnet than a chemical explosion."

What if they had a nuclear accident before the bomb was tested during the assembly process or an earlier process? Could a nuclear accident caused these problems? Then, they would have had to go to their cover story.


26 posted on 04/20/2006 12:46:13 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (There's a dwindling market for Marxist homosexual lunatic wet dreams posing as journalism)
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To: Grampa Dave

If it produced yield, even a few hundred tons, not even 1kt, it would have been detected. There could have been a criticality accident that sprayed material around, that would have caused ugly problems like Chelyabinsk 40.


28 posted on 04/20/2006 12:52:07 PM PDT by Tijeras_Slim
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