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A couple of things to clear up here, Artie. First, we're still not sure if they have actually tested any nuclear devices yet. Reports are sketchy at best.
"On October 9, 2006, the North Korean government issued an announcement that it had successfully conducted a nuclear test for the first time. Both the United States Geological Survey and Japanese seismological authorities detected an earthquake with a preliminary estimated magnitude of 4.3 in North Korea, corroborating some aspects of the North Korean claims. On January 6, 2007, the North Korean government further confirmed that it had nuclear weapons."
As for it's nuclear reactor firing back up - it'll take years, if not decades to rebuild it.
"It was unclear how quickly Yongbyon, whose cooling tower was destroyed as part of an earlier denuclearization deal with major powers, would take to restart."
"It was also impossible to verify whether Yongbyon remained connected to North Korea's antiquated electricity grid at all."
"It was a reactor that was nearing obsolescence with a cooling tower that wasn't functioning properly when it was blown up. It could mean they've been rebuilding quite a few things," said Yoo Ho-yeol, North Korea specialist at Korea University in Seoul.
Everything we know (or think we do) is
How could we know w/a communist country
what really goes on.
Obama isn't an idiot. He won't allow
the U.S. to be sucked into another war.
N.K. would literally have to attack us
(I believe) to get a response. Or at least
the response they are looking for.