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Has anyone considered the possibility that N. Korea was nuked?
13 Sep 2004
A headline I saw got me wondering.
Here is an article on UK IndyMedia:

Now, no where in the article are there any claims that N. Korea was nuked, but the headline provoked some interesting questions.

(1) The explosion in N. Korea looks like a nuclear explosion.

(2) Seismic activity of the blast was picked up in S. Korea. The explosion was much larger than a previous industrial explosion in N. Korea. It sounds like it was much, much, much larger.

(3) Despite the fact that the US would love to exploit a N. Korean nuclear test, the US declares, without providing any reason to believe it, that the test was not nuclear.

Has anyone considered the possibility that N. Korea was nuked by a third party and that N. Korea has not yet determined who that third party is (thus the reason for their silence on the event)?

If that third party was the US or an American ally, could this explain the instant denial that it was nuclear?

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Who Knows?
14 Sep 2004
Never know. Unless North Korea gets pictures out.