North Korea Nuke
North Korea Probably Detonated A Nuke This Morning — Here’s What’s Different This TimeI hope you like things that are scary, because an unstable regime led by an untested young man probably just detonated its latest atomic bomb. All signs this morning point to a successful nuclear bomb test in North Korea, which the country has been threatening for some weeks. The move comes in defiance of the international community -- or as they are known in North Korea, "western devils jealous of the power and virility of glorious leader Kim Jong Un" -- which had urged North Korea not to undertake what is seen by the rest of the world as a clearly provocative and threatening action, probably because it is totally meant that way by North Korea.Read on...
North Korea Claims to Have Achieved Nuclear Fusion — On Its Founder’s Birthday, No Less
North Korea's nuclear ambitions are well-documented: While the country's dictatorial leader, Kim Jong-il, has recently expressed a willingness to talk about nuclear disarmament, the country has also hinted at further nuclear weapons test plans. But then: Plain old nuclear reactions have been done before; how about nuclear fusion, which has never before been sustained in laboratory conditions? And why not announce its discovery on the birthday of Kim Il-Sung, North Korea's founder and the father of Kim Jong-Il? Take it away, North Korean Workers Party newspaper:Read on...