August 24, 2006
On Iran, Uranium Hexafluoride, And The Aomic BombTopics: Iran
Uranium enrichment, the sensitive process that Iran vowed on Monday was "no longer possible" to stop, takes low-grade uranium and refines it into a material that can power reactors - or make an atomic bomb.
Are you willing to bet your life on the veracity of Iran's stated "peaceful intentions"?
Related: Humanity betrayed - Pakistani scientist A.Q. Khan confessed in 2004 that he had sold nuclear technology to Iran and North Korea. Today, some of that technology could be in the hands of other radicals, yet his country continues to protect him.
Posted by Richard at August 24, 2006 11:09 AM
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