BROAD and SANGER:"increased its number of installed centrifuges to 7,200 more than enough, weapon experts said, to make fuel for up to two nuclear weapons a year, if the country decided to use its facilities for that purpose." The trick is, of course, to make use of that magic word: "if". PETER, "if" you have 7,200 centrifuges then there are two ways you can install them: 1) To make MORE low-level enriched uranium 2) To more highly-enrich the low-level uranium you already have. Doing (1) is in no way sinister. Doing (2) is very, very sinister. Q: What did B&S just do? A: Paper over that Iran is, in fact, doing (1), and make it appear as "if" it were doing (2). That's how you gull the gullible (hello, PETER!) i.e. by using the magic word: "if".
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from the article: How ElBaradei misled the world about Iran's nuclear program