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Old 10-13-2006, 09:05 AM   #1
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Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

If you do, explain what you'd like to see done. If not, well, you can still say what you'd like to see done, if anything.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

I just heard this morning that Japan, China and U.S. have apparently taken air samples near or around NK and no radiation was detected. This is of course many days after the event took place. My question to the spongy minds of our forums; If any underground nuke test was succesfully executed how much radiation would actually enter the earth's atmosphere?

If a false call all together. Why in God's earth would they play such a dangerous game and threating other countries if they didn't actually have a nuke?

If they don't have a nuke why in the hell are they playing bluff? A diversion for the media's eye for another country...WTF?

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I just heard this morning that Japan, China and U.S. have apparently taken air samples near or around NK and no radiation was detected. This is of course many days after the event took place. My question to the spongy minds of our forums; If any underground nuke test was succesfully executed how much radiation would actually enter the earth's atmosphere?

If a false call all together. Why in God's earth would they play such a dangerous game and threating other countries if they didn't actually have a nuke?

If they don't have a nuke why in the hell are they playing bluff? A diversion for the media's eye for another country...WTF?

Because they want attention, they want to influence our elections, and they know that no one will do anything because they don't have the balls to do what needs to be done. The world is too PC these days. China won't do **** because NK is their creation....their child if you will. Europe won't do **** because they are just a bunch of pansies. We won't do **** because we are too affraid of upsetting europe...so in essance we are just a bunch of spinless pansies too.

As for the original post. No, I don't think we should do anything militarily against them. I think we should do a black ops type thing and just remove those that need removing and then be done. Once the attention whore is out of the picture, and a "normal" leader can be put in place, then this whole deal will be over.
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I just heard this morning that Japan, China and U.S. have apparently taken air samples near or around NK and no radiation was detected. This is of course many days after the event took place. My question to the spongy minds of our forums; If any underground nuke test was succesfully executed how much radiation would actually enter the earth's atmosphere?

If a false call all together. Why in God's earth would they play such a dangerous game and threating other countries if they didn't actually have a nuke?

If they don't have a nuke why in the hell are they playing bluff? A diversion for the media's eye for another country...WTF?

even underground tests emit radiation that lingers for years. you can go on Google Earth and check out the hundreds of underground nuke sites in Nevada, and see the radiation levels there are still high above normal.

i believe that they tried to test a nuke, it failed (but even if they fail they still make a big boom and register on the richter scale), but theyre saying it was successful to put fear into the world and make the feeble believe their country is better than it really is. They are too stupid to think of the consequences of their actions and probably dont think we are able to double check so thoroughly to see if it really did happen. though nobody is gonna come out and call them out on it, because hell just get pissed off and make an even bigger nuke and do something stupid.

and remember, he has nothing to lose and everything to gain if we buy into his lies.

as far as US Military intervention, if it was really that big of a threat to us, most of them would already be 6 feet under. his missles cant reach hawaii accurately, let alone US mainland, sucks for china cause they can just catapult warheads over. though he has still yet to make a successful nuke, let alone stuff it into a launch worthy warhead on top of his taipeidong missle. even if he was successful in creating a nuclear device, hes still years away from a launchable one. remember it took us quite some time to go from testing a bomb to one that we could even drop from a plane, to ones we can launch from anywhere in the world, and we have millions upon millions to spend, he has nothing.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

Very little radiation will show up with a deep underground test but there will be small residual at or near ground level. What is cool is you dont necessarily need air samples. The ground after such a even will show up on thermal imaging equipment. Since NK is getting cold fairly quick as winter approaches it would easily show up.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

no, not the united states at least.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

Like I said before in another thread, you threaten to have big weapons, even if you don't, so no one will mess with you. NK wants everyone to think that they have it and are stupid enough to use it so everyone will say, "Okay, we'll leave you alone." They are hoping no one will call their bluff. As for the explosion, if you set off enough of any type of explosion underground, it will make the ground shake and register on the Richter scale. Too bad they can't get to the site to get samples of dirt. I am willing to bet that it will have levels of explosive material in it. But not nuclear. Welcome to Texas Hold Em, Can You Call My Bluff. I say we place economic sanctions against them so strong that the people will rise up and overthrow the government. Wreak havoc and let loose the dogs of war.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

im sure we could if we had imagination.

id retrofit a Harrier jump jet with a downward pointing soil sampling device. fly in, drop in low, stick it in the ground, by the time anyone hears or responds to a harrier in their back yard, the soil is already inside the plane and its hitting the afterburner back to china/whatever.
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im sure we could if we had imagination.

id retrofit a Harrier jump jet with a downward pointing soil sampling device. fly in, drop in low, stick it in the ground, by the time anyone hears or responds to a harrier in their back yard, the soil is already inside the plane and its hitting the afterburner back to china/whatever.
Just drop a mars rover type of device and anaylize the ground in several spots...could be a nice small r/c car type of thing...
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

Normally I'm all for war, but for some reason I don't see them as a threat at the moment.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

I think someone needs to remove their President from power. I just think he's bad news.
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

Let's make it 3 for 3. Let's "liberate" them. :ar15:
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Re: Do you prefer military intervention in North Korea?

I'm kinda iffy on this one. I prefer military intervention, but I just hope the US doesn't have to go into this one alone. We need strong backing with this one... and we should get it. But this is a ****ed up world, so who knows if we will or not?
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