Talknic, Don't Get Out Much Do You? In Today's World One Can Sit In One Place & Get More Info On Iran Than You So What's Your Problem? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 20.02.13 | 20:44 (IST)

    If you know basic math then you can do the calculations of how long it takes and how much it costs to create a typical, real civilian nuclear energy program and compare that to the development of an unreal clandestine dual-use nuclear weaponized program. When Iran's time frame since the early '80's is taken into account with specialized Chinese nuclear experts already present there working on the program and the hundreds of billions spent to date with going the extra kilometer burying the program underground with over 20 meter thick special reinforced concrete caps and ringing the site with state of the art Russian defense weaponry when a barbed wire fence with a couple of roaming pitbulls and a warning sign would have been sufficient then even an apologist for the Iranian Regime like you should give your head a shake and take notice.

    from the article: U.S. think tank: Iran nuke unlikely to start Mideast arms race
    First published 17:00 20.02.13 | Last updated 17:00 20.02.13
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