Ping me when they get that to work and stop one circuit from working. Meanwhile he is looking up for drones in the air watching him.
This prof says North Korea’s December 2012 ICBM satellite launch was more advanced than the media and US gov’t sources are saying. Watch his video starting around the 15:00 minutes mark.
“Professor of Astronautics Mike Gruntman uses principles of ASTE 520 Spacecraft Design to look at the North Korea satellite launch on December 12, 2012.”
One does not need technology of 2010s to place a nuclear warhead half a world away
“Ping me when they get that to work...”
I won’t be able to... :-)
You are right that he is being watched, but what has that stopped?
Their last nuclear test WAS “low-yield” which is exactly the signature of EMP weapons.
The technology to do this has been “sold” to them. And they are not gonna do a NASA-style development program.
Their achieving an orbital launch even once is a big step toward having this capability.
And it is obvious that they cannot mount a conventional nuclear threat.
SO it is like an asteroid strike - devastating if it happens - except them doing this is a lot higher probability near-term.
Maybe we ought to announce as policy that we are quarantining their orbital launch capability, and then shoot down anything they launch with a ballistic or orbital launch trajectory with Aegis destroyers.
Oh yeah, we gotta have a real commander in chief for something like this... my bad...