No. Korean H-Bomb?

Discussion in 'Nuclear, Chemical & Bio Weapons' started by waltky, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. waltky

    waltky Well-Known Member

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    Is So. Korea really skeptical?...
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    South Korea skeptical of North's hydrogen bomb claims
    Jan. 6, 2016 -- The probability North Korea conducted a hydrogen bomb test is low, South Korea military and intelligence officials said Wednesday, after Pyongyang announced it had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.
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    South Korea seeks U.S. strategic weapons after North's nuclear test
    Thu Jan 7, 2016 - South Korea is in talks with the United States to deploy U.S. strategic weapons on the Korean peninsula, a South Korean military official said on Thursday, a day after North Korea said it successfully tested a hydrogen nuclear device.
     
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    Toggle Almendro Well-Known Member

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    Well, I'm skeptical.

    It is highly implausible that a program as rudimentary as North Korea's would be able to produce thermonuclear weapons.

    I can believe that they have boosted A-bombs though.
     
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