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Iran to build world's first nuclear fusion reactor

 

AEOI Director Ali Akbar Salehi made the announcement on Saturday at a ceremony held to mark the beginning of the National Nuclear Fusion Program.

 

Iran has set an initial budget of 80 billion rials (about $7.65 million) for the project, and the budget will be adjusted based on the scope of the scientific studies to be carried out in the future, he said.

 

The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has hired 50 experts to work on the new project, he said.

 

http://www.hindustantimes.com/Iran-to-build-world-s-first-nuclear-fusion-reactor-Report/Article1-577195.aspx

 

http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=223584

 

 

 

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AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Yeah right

 

$7.65 million.. 50 experts.. first in the world to harness fusion while others have spent billions and years of international cooperation with the brightest scientists in the world. And Iran will do it alone with 50 "experts" and pocket change.

 

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Crazier than North Korea!

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Holy crap, that web site Cyrus.. is hilarious.

 

" The DPRK side confirmed the results of the U.S. forces side' examination of the issue of field investigation by the inspection group of the National Defence Commission which the DPRK side proposed at the last contact.

 

The U.S. forces side only repeated its previous unjust assertion that the "Cheonan" case should be handled within the framework of the Armistice Agreement as it was "violation of the AA."

 

The DPRK side chided the U.S. forces side for its insincere attitude of talking about the "violation of AA" quite contrary to the DPRK's positive efforts for the objective and scientific clarification of the truth about the case."

 

Ahahahahahah

:rotfl:

 

Oh my god.. i can't help myself. Read this:

 

" US Urged to Conclude Peace Treaty with DPRK

Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Riyad Chaloub, chairman of the Guinean National Committee for the Study of the Juche Idea, issued a statement on July 16 on the occasion of the June 25-July 27 month of anti-U.S. joint struggle.

 

This year sees the lapse of 60 years after the outbreak of the Korean War, the statement noted, and said:

 

The U.S., which boasted of being the "strongest" in the world as it suffered not a single defeat in more than 110 wars of aggression it fought, hurled into the Korean War one third of its ground forces, one fifth of air force and most of the Pacific fleet and troops of 15 satellite countries as well as the south Korean puppet army and remnants of the Imperial Japanese Army. And it used even chemical and germ weapons without hesitation to kill many Koreans.

 

But it sustained a crushing defeat for the first time in its history by President Kim Il Sung's unique military idea and superb strategy and tactics, and could not but kneel down before the Korean people and sign the Armistice Agreement on July 27, 1953.

 

The U.S. has constantly escalated the tension on the Korean Peninsula for the past decades. A particular mention should be made of the fact that it introduced nuclear weapons into south Korea and instigated the south Korean authorities to build concrete wall in the area south of the Military Demarcation Line with an aim to keep Korea divided into the north and the south for an indefinite period.

 

We vehemently reject the U.S. forces' presence in south Korea and the puppet government's separatist moves so as to ensure peace on the peninsula.

 

We strongly urge the U.S. to withdraw its armed forces from south Korea at once and unconditionally respond to the DPRK's proposal for concluding a peace treaty. "

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That's the other thing... every day there is at least one mention of some foreign country's "Juche association" or "North Korea Friendship Association" and the like. If you Google, the only results for the person's name or that organisation, is official NK press... it appears very evident that none of them even exist.

 

I think after any looking at the KCNA site should be followed with a chaser of reality from http://www.dailynk.com/english/sub_list.php?cataId=nk01100 :)

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These two (Iran and NK's leaders) are probably the most dangerous people at the surface of this planet. Ther's nothing funny about them. Pathetic at best, frightening to say the least. Let's hope they'll never be able to control atomic tech..

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These two (Iran and NK's leaders) are probably the most dangerous people at the surface of this planet. Ther's nothing funny about them. Pathetic at best, frightening to say the least. Let's hope they'll never be able to control atomic tech..

 

Hope for crazy people is not a good way to stay alive :stirthepot:

 

My hope will stay with the Jews :D Reportedly the Saudis have authorized Israel to use their airspace for any defensive manoevers against Iran... remember, it isn't just in Tel Aviv that a nuclear Iran arouses concern, with Iran's "spread the revolution" vitriol, every damn country in that region is sitting on the edge of their seat... Irak 1981 would be a nice conclusion to this stupid story but I am not quite so optimistic... Meanwhile I am expecting Mr. Obama to jump out of a plane and declare "Peace for Our Time" any day now :silly:

 

There was a very nice spread in the National Post a few weeks ago on the Iranian situation: http://www.nationalpost.com/Should+Israel+attack+Iran/3297861/story.html

 

There was also an interesting article about how the Korean War may end:

http://www.nationalpost.com/rain+terror/3203733/story.html

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