In its Korean article, Yonhap News gives additional report that the cables are seen drawn out of the tunnel.
It’ll likely be a near fizzle... I believe modern seismology and satellite radiation sensors can determine a great deal about what was tested in such tests nowadays. I’d say, why try to stop them. When things go awry, that’s more scientists who will be fired, if not worse. Pretty soon there will be nobody left there to create these bombs any more.
I think that's a very generous assumption to give the N.Koreans. I know many of the scientists they have forced into this mess are intelligent, but maybe it's from recent satire movies that I can just see them all dressed up and ready for the test. They push the button and nothing happens, only to realize they forgot to plug a couple things in before they sealed it with concrete.
I’ve said before - N. Korean nuke sites are 500 miles to Beijing, and 10,000 miles to Los Angeles. Given proximity, and history, it is much more likely that a NORK Nuke would first be used on Beijing vs. Los Angeles
US strategic thinking about Korea should begin to reflect that.
Can’t be! We got the Norks to give up their HEU program, Madeleine Albright and Bill Clinton told me so.
Then again, maybe my memory is failing me...
How much help are the Norks receiving from the Iranians on this little project?
Democrats are no longer supporters of a constitutional republic. Why should Americans care if one bunch of Communists obliterate another?
There is going to be a war. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.