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    • ben
    • 11.02.10 | 22:43 (IST)

    I wonder what is that max enrichment level that Uranium can be made to, so that will not show up on Arial Drone detectors? I believe that Iran is Sincere in its statements that it does not intend on producing traditional nuclear arms... But that does not mean it is not intent on the production of Dirty bombs... We already know that Iran Posses Missiles designed to elude Radar... How hard would it be to ship one of these missiles(to Hizbollah) and fill it up with dirty enriched Uranium and shoot the thing at Tel-Aviv? This is why the international community is so game on Iran using their(international) Uranium. (there must be a way to tag Uranium so it can be traced internationally) If Iran uses its own methods perhaps there isn?t a way to trac it properly which causes the international community to squirm due to that fact that Iran is a state sponsor of Terrorist organizations?

    from the article: U.S.: Iran's nuclear efforts are anything but peaceful
    First published 20:52 11.02.10 | Last updated 23:15 11.02.10
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