April 26, 2018

Did N. Korea's Nuke Test Site Collapse?

Timothy Birdnow

Chinese scientists from the University of Science and Technology are reporting that North Korea's nuclear test site has likely collapsed and is no longer usable.

Explosions at the site likely collapsed the terrain, making the site dangerous. The AP story naturally tries to say this is why Kim Jong Uhn has stopped his nuclear program and is negotiating with the Trump Administration; it's not that they realize the jig is up but that they can't do the testing right now. Typical media bias.

And of course the Chinese have reason to put forward this scenario as well, as Trump has proven to be less than their best friend.

At any rate. the Chinese researchers claim geological research suggests the site collapsed based on tremors detected by their equipment. They do not measure any dangerous radioactivity coming from the site. It would be small wonder if the Norks didn't have such problems, given their lack of money and the fact that they are forcing scientists and technicians to do this work.

In the end, I don't care why the Norks are negotiating as long as they stop their program and it ends for good.

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