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North Korea Gives up Nukes
 
September 21st, 2005  
bulldogg
 
 
North Korea Gives up Nukes
Less than 24 hours Doody... this is a classic example of buyer remorse. hehe
September 21st, 2005  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
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Originally Posted by bulldogg
Less than 24 hours Doody... this is a classic example of buyer remorse. hehe
I thought the same thing. I believe President Clinton agreed to a plan where the US would build a few reactors that were not capible of producing nuclear weapons grade material. The question is will the Bush camp do it?
September 21st, 2005  
mmarsh
 
 
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Originally Posted by Doody
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Originally Posted by bulldogg
Less than 24 hours Doody... this is a classic example of buyer remorse. hehe
I thought the same thing. I believe President Clinton agreed to a plan where the US would build a few reactors that were not capible of producing nuclear weapons grade material. The question is will the Bush camp do it?
Science was never my schtick, is that even possible? I though all reactors produce unspend uranium/plutonium and that this unspent fuelcould be used for weapons grade material...
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North Korea Gives up Nukes
September 21st, 2005  
Whispering Death
 
 
1) Bush adminitration would NEVER do it.
2) they are requesting a light-water reactor which is supposedly one of the hardest types of reactors to turn into nuclear weapons.
3) A light water reactor would take 10 years to create, so even if we DID give it to them... they could come back and say "it's still not done yet, when you're done with it THEN we'll stop our nuclear weapons"