Two Seismic Events In North Korea are a Suspected Nuclear Test – Possibly: One Explosion, One Collapse…

Two seismic events happening in North Korea are suspected to be a nuclear test.  The first event was reportedly measured at a 5.6 Richter Scale magnitude. The second event is being reported at 6.3.  Both seismic events are potentially related to a nuclear detonation:

SEOUL (Reuters) – An earthquake 5.6 was recorded on Sunday in North Korea near the country’s known nuclear test site Punggye-ri, Yonhap news agency reported, citing South Korea’s meteorological agency.

The quake appeared to have been man-made, Yonhap quoted the agency as saying, suggesting the isolated country had conducted a sixth nuclear test. (read more)

(Via CNBC) KCNA via KNS | Associated Press –  North Korea was struck by strong tremors on Sunday, with the South’s officials saying it could be due to a nuclear test.

The USGS initially reported the first tremor as a 5.6 magnitude, but later raised it to 6.3, while China’s earthquake administration said it detected a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Northeastern North Korea, calling it a “suspected explosion,” Reuters reported.

The depth of the first quake was recorded as zero kilometers, the China earthquake administration said, according to Reuters.

The report cited the USGS as saying the first tremor occurred at around 12 noon North Korea time.

China’s earthquake administration later said it detected a second quake of magnitude 4.6 at a depth of zero kilometers, which it called a “collapse,” Reuters reported, noting the second tremor came eight minutes after the first at nearly identical coordinates.

A South Korean military official told NBC News that the first quake was artificial, while Yonhap reported the military said the first tremor was located near the North’s nuclear test site.

South Korea’s Blue House, the country’s equivalent of the White House, said that the North may conducted another nuclear test, its sixth, the South’s official news agency Yonhap reported.

The South’s President Moon Jae-in has called a National Security Council meeting, while the country’s military raised its alert level, Yonhap reported.

Previous tremors in the reclusive country have been caused by nuclear tests. The wave form signal for an explosion and an earthquake are different, allowing geologists to distinguish a man-made tremor.  (read more)

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592 Responses to Two Seismic Events In North Korea are a Suspected Nuclear Test – Possibly: One Explosion, One Collapse…

  1. Folks, I’m throwing this IDEA out there..
    We WILL NOT face a “Nuke Attack”..
    WE WILL face a EMP attack….
    N. Korea would light up a EMP Nuke above the Western USA..
    Taking out a good part of well,,, EVERYTHING..
    No-Way to Mobilize, Communications Down, Power down, internet-computers, even MOST if not ALL our Defense Systems..
    As WE are scrambling to Get systems back up, (weeks & months)..
    CHINA could invade, (West Coast) with a rather very LARGE Force, very possibly getting as far as the Mississippi, before We could even STOP them..
    Think about it…

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    • Again Folks, get some roll fencing, (Metal), to protect you car/Truck what ever..

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      • Cyber says:

        That wouldn’t be adequate to protect against an EMP. It would mitigate it somewhat though.

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        • iwasthere says:

          As a EE, my instincts are this EMP thing is overblown. To be sure, we must have test data from the 60’s, but I as I recall this started as a hypothetical discussion on whether a nuclear device could be created with an enhanced EMP. The real news being reported is that this was an H-bomb meaning a fusion device. My understanding, is this a big step up from the fission bomb. Don’t know how it is being reported as an H-bomb, however.

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          • Cyber says:

            I’m an EE also and the EMP thing is real. You’d need a legit Faraday cage to protect against its effects. It would do the most damage to the grid. Your car might survive based on any number of factors but chances are it would be screwed as well if it’s made after 1995 or so. But small electronics would likely survive. The larger electronics and associated electrical connections have more “antenna” to pick up the pulse and short out semiconductors, transformers, whatever.

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        • Yes it would, as long as it CONDUCTS ELECTRICTY,..
          **Some are as simple as chain-link fences or ice pails. Others use a fine metallic mesh. Regardless of their exact appearance, all Faraday cages take electrostatic charges, or even certain types of electromagnetic radiation, and distribute them around the exterior of the cage.**
          http://science.howstuffworks.com/faraday-cage.htm

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          • Cyber says:

            A Faraday cage has to encompass the entire item, There is a limit to the size of the grid that makes up that shell. Microwave ovens let you look in to see your food cooking, the holes are less than half the wavelength of the microwave radiation. If they were larger the energy could leak out. Same thing goes for a Faraday cage. Source: Am an Electrical Engineer.

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        • Paco Loco says:

          A metal garbage can with a good lid works well as a Faraday shield. Copper window screen works well too. Ground the screen or can with a ground rod.

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          • Beverly says:

            Thing is, if you don’t know an attack is coming, you won’t be able to throw the thing into the Faraday cage beforehand, if you’re using a garbage pail, etc. We DO need to harden the big stuff, like power stations and key electrical grid parts.

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      • Texian says:

        If you have an old Corvette, you’re good to go.. a points type distributor and factory ignition shielding. Just cruise on past the dolts who were fooled with all the electronic bling stuff in newer cars..

        Corvettes made when America was Great.. Real All American bling that has a purpose..

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    • If this type of attack were even possible, don’t you think it would have already been used, at some point in time, on some country? Yet, this type of attack has never occurred, anywhere. It makes for good science fiction, but it is a pretense.

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    • 1harpazo says:

      There won’t be an EMP attack because the world leader won’t be able to cause “all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free men and the slaves, to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, and he provides that no one will be able to buy or to sell, except the one who has the mark, either the name of the beast or the number of his name.” (Rev 13:16-17). He needs computers and the internet to institute the infamous global “mark”.

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        KJV says “in” their right hand.

        NIV was completed in 1973, and, at that time, getting an identifier “in” your right hand simply did not make sense. Nowadays, it totally makes sense.

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      • “to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead”
        “the number of his name”
        Sounds just like using a credit or debit card, doesn’t it? Along with the barcode on the product? Don’t we have enough real things to worry about? Next up, will someone be quoting Nostradamus?
        Revelation was written as poetry. Can’t take poetry literally, without having the concepts blow up.

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          Janice:
          1. There is nothing to worry about if you are already redeemed. Except spreading the Good Word about how others can also accept the redemption from death being freely offered.
          2. Revelation was not simply written as some dramatic poetry. It is revelation from God about what will happen in the future. Significant lengths of Revelation parallel sections of other prophetic writing, such as Isaiah. There is a lot of prophecy from Isaiah that has already come true. Revelation makes reference to many themes or details through out the rest of the Bible. So, based on all of that, my view is that it is prophetic.

          Regarding the Mark.
          Rev 13 says: “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
          And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”

          This is amazingly parallel to this: Deuteronomy 11:18: “Therefore shall ye lay up these my words in your heart and in your soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand, that they may be as frontlets between your eyes.”

          This suggests that there may be some meaning to be gleaned from the Rev comment about head and hand. These two scriptures have to do with keeping mindful of a leader: in one case God, and in the other case the Antichrist.

          If you read through Revelation more, you will see some apparent parallels between God, and Biblical events, and what is prophesied – but they are opposite. For example, as there is a holy trinity, Rev has an unholy trinity. One of these characters, in Rev 13, will seemingly be killed but will seemingly be resurrected after three days.

          So, one possibility is that in the End Times, many people will gain belief in a supernatural force, but it will be Satanic, not Godly, but will be convincing in a way that God, with His holy trinity, has been convincing to some of us. There is even a holiday where all will exchange gifts – this was written long before Christmas traditions of gift exchange developed.

          So, in short, I don’t think Rev is just dramatic, apocalyptic poetry; instead, I think it is fair warning, and reassurance for those of us who have taken the one thing God has given us, our free will, and upon reviewing the situation, have given that life back to God, our self-sacrificial loving father, so we can again live with God eternally in love.

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          • Thank you for taking the time to write that. I am not a Christian. However, I was married to a man who was a Christian Theologian, and wrote a number of learned books about Christian theology. Another way of looking at the book of Revelation, is that it is a warning of what is always happening. Many generations of people have believed that they lived in the end-times, in times of apocalypse and danger. In some ways, they were correct. There is always going to be turmoil and tribulations, and times that try men’s souls. Are we coming up on Ragnarok, or Armageddon? Only God knows that. Likely this is just another time of change. It has happened before, and it will happen again. Each generation thinks that it is some special time that it lives in, and they are right. Each generation has the potential for great good, or great evil, as does each man who has ever lived.

            I never said that Revelation was just dramatic, apocalyptic poetry. I said that it cannot be taken literally, because then you lose the real meaning.

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          • Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

            Janice can listen to the late Dr. J. Vernon McGee on Through the Bible to have a further understanding of Revelation, Isaiah using Dr. McGee’s commentaries. I use them all the time and am currently in Jeremiah.
            http://www.ttb.org/resources/free-5-year-series-downloads

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        • Joe Blow says:

          TLD gave a great reply to this, but just to reinforce. Revelation is the culmination of all of Scripture. It is Jesus’ revelation to John “to show his servants what must soon take place.” I’m not sure if you were suggesting otherwise, but His words are faithful & true. You can be certain that everything that is prophesied will come to pass exactly as it was foretold. There is very obviously no comparison between Nostradamus & Almighty God.

          Certainly we can speculate over what the mark of the beast may or may not be, though a credit card is not something that fits the description of being a mark for the forehead, so that is not likely it. However, this is rather unimportant in the grand scheme of things. The takeaway is that there will be such a mark for all followers of the Antichrist, & they will ultimately be condemned for eternity as a result of their submission to him.

          Surely there is nothing more important or real than the matter of salvation. If you are saved, then there is nothing for you to worry about. For anyone who has not accepted Jesus as their Lord & Savior, however, I urge them to heed His words & do so. With each passing day His coming is one step closer.

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        • 1harpazo says:

          Janice, a credit or debit card is detachable. Identity theft is rampant. The mark in the right hand or forehead prevents theft unless one desires to drag along somebody else’s credit-worthy hand or head.

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    • Daniel says:

      Except we’ll shoot any SERIOUS threat down before it gets close to us. Relax.

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    • the phoenix says:

      This is similar to a possibility I’ve heard about before.

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    • Texian says:

      What you all need to be worried about is not the Norks – what you need to worry about is the deep state doing it and blaming it on the Norks.. The enemy is already within the gates folks.

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    • Timmy-the-Ute says:

      China still doesn’t have a Blue Water Navy to invade America. They can Nuke us but not invade.

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    • dreadnok89 says:

      Also we have military bases right next to china and north korea. Wouldnt we see troop movements? Your assuming the united states reach is only on our continent

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      How do you distinguish a nuke attack from an EMP attack? If an ICBM is launched from NK with a trajectory plotted to a US territory, we will not wait for it to detonate to determine our response. A counterattack would be launched immediately and then we will have bigger problems than just an EMP attack on the West Coast. And if China even so much as twitched…well, no one wants that scenario.

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  2. Pam says:

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  4. Pam says:

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    • cats23 says:

      Trump deleted this tweet for some reason.

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      • skifflegirl says:

        Twitter often shadowbans tweets from Conservatives, Trump supporters and Trump himself, so when you click ‘Retweet’ a message will tell you that the tweet no longer exists. You have to go to the person’s profile page to retweet. Every time I get one of those messages, I go directly to their profile and RT from there. I refuse to let Twitter win by suppressing voices with whom they disagree.

        By the way, I retweet almost every single one of President Trump’s tweets. A couple of months ago, I noticed that Twitter had taken them all away. Not a single @realDonaldTrump RT showed up on my page anymore. It’s happening to many other people, too. My guess is that Twitter routinely suppresses the number of RT’s and Likes that President Trump receives.

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        • Rick says:

          All Deplorables are profiled already in Twitter data banks. There is an ongoing attack by Twitter to offset any conservative voice or message. Either by shadow banning, eliminating followers, or just plain erasure of your profile. Freedom of speech has been censored by the Left long ago. All of these social media sites and other venues are to gather data and identify and profile each of us. That’s the total hypocrisy of all of this BS. Everyone is profiled despite the screaming Left and their facist actions.

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          • skifflegirl says:

            You are 100% correct. I have been on Twitter since 2013 and receive notifications of 2-3 new followers on a daily basis. Yet I have been at 1600-1700 followers for over two years! Lets say I receive 2 new followers per day. I should have nearly 3,000 followers, yet I have a little more than half that. I believe that one of Twitter’s main motivations in manipulating RT’s, Likes and followers is to demoralize us. Instead, it motivates us to fight harder against their suppressive tactics.

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            • Rick says:

              skiffle, I’ve been at 350 followers for four years. When I make a tweet, perhaps I get a few new followers. Like you, over the course of time you should have many more followers than people unfollowing you. The whole Twitter thing is a profile page. They like what you say, you get followers. Once you are tagged by Twitter inside their internal mechanisms, you can tweet until the cows come home and your message will never get out there. Totally bogus!

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        • Mike says:

          Pretty ugly to think we might get a real shooting war because of misunderstandings induced by Twitter’s interference or censorship.

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    • fedback says:

      ‘Thank you’.
      Sounds serious

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  5. Arkindole says:

    There would probably need to be about 3 (earth’s curvature), or so the leading dudes speculate.

    Turn your cheap AM radio to its lowest frequency in the afternoon (high altitude thunderheads), load http://www.lightningmaps.org and see which real time lightning strikes you can “hear” on your radio. That will show you the propagation of an EMP to your locale.

    Regardless, subs/tactical nuke cruises would annihilate them in very sort time resulting in a large amount of poor quality glass. Not a smart move by the Hobit. An improbable move.

    “Faraday” replies: If it makes you feel better do aluminium foil wraps of critical stuff inside of cookie tins, two layers separated by plastic zip lock bags. Preferably grounded by a clean earth ground within a shielded ground (wire within conduit). At best, that will keep you from watching/listening to the fear mongering from the media. Any exposed wire above ground in a branch circuit of a house, regardless, will “probably” act as an antenna for a EMP spike.

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  6. Pam says:

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    • jwingermany says:

      I think we know which country that tweet was particularly aimed at. Stop ALL trade with China.

      Did Xi just blink?

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      MOAB gets thrown around on CTH too much, but this is a MOAB.

      And the markets won’t like it.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Agree eric. In reality, no one is going to like trade as a weapon once they see the consequences, but they will like a nuclear glow even less.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Who gives a shit about the markets when the consequences would be death in the millions!

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        • You beat me to it again! This is my thinking.

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        • Eric Kennedy says:

          Agreed, but there is a huge economic cost to this strategy. I’m not just talking about the stock market, but supply and demand of goods (prices). Many of us want a trade war, but not all of us fully understand what that means. Prices will rise and we could lapse into a recession.

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          • Oldschool says:

            Not just rising prices Eric, but unavailabilty of many goods, some necessary. All one needs to do is go to a store and check labels. Our country cannot meet our own demands. Trump is taking steps to turn it around, but we are nowhere close to being independent, thanks to globalism. So any thinking this is only about the DOW numbers on Wall Street are sadly mistaken. A trade war may be necessary, but it will cause a great deal of pain here at home too. We surely do not possess the same meddle of our Greatest Generation, but may have to be quick studies on sacrificing.

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            • Oldschool says:

              Oops, mettle, not meddle

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            • mimbler says:

              Yes, and any trade sanctions need to be very measured. Sanctions have prevented wars, but they have also caused them.

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            • Rick says:

              What pain?

              Millions are waiting with baited breath to update their iPhones to the new iPhone 8 for $999. Now, that is madness! Who needs an upgraded phone every year. Americans have been robbed through a fiat currency that no longer has any value other than us believing that a dozen of eggs from a chicken costs 5 or 6 times more now than it did by chickens that were laying eggs in the 1950’s! That’s the real pain, not squeezing China. Personally, the President can send every Chinese citizen from Shanghai and Beijing back to the rice fields if it wasn’t for the American consumer. Our labor unions and their greed along with corrupt politicians passing unfair taxation, offering unfunded pension and medical schemes to sway voters and a whole lot of other things not beneficial for society is the culprit for our current predicaments.

              I’ll gladly pay more for “Made in the USA”, and buy a TV like my grandparents did. Every 10 years or until the set blew up. Same with cars, homes, and other non-durables. As far as I phones, make them here and the nuts will still pay $1499 for a new one.

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              • TheLastDemocrat says:

                “believing that a dozen of eggs from a chicken costs 5 or 6 times more now than it did by chickens that were laying eggs in the 1950’s!”

                Multiplicative rule of identity.

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                • Rick says:

                  If a x 1 =a then 1 x a =a except when The Federal Reserve and corrupt politicians use inflation as a hidden tax. In that case the new formula is av x 1 = >a whereas v is a variable for inflation which increases the sum greater than a. How’s that in defense of the production & effort of the 1950’s chicken?

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          • fleporeblog says:

            Eric India 🇮🇳, Japan 🇯🇵 and South Korea 🇰🇷 will pick up the slack immediately!

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        • Mike says:

          A lot of individuals could die from supply disruptions, whether cost becomes prohibitive or physically unavailable.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            See my response to Eric why that will never happen! This is a fallacy Globalist have been selling for years. CHINA 🇨🇳 WILL BE DESTROYED not us!

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          • Oldschool says:

            You are correct mike. While I like an opptimistic attitude, when it crosses into naivete, it can prove dangerous. Will we adapt, adjust and survive a trade war, most certainly, but it isn’t like a game of red light/green light. One spigot does not simultaneously turn on when a different spigot turns off. There WILL be disruptions in many goods in the interim.

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        • Rick says:

          fle….you are so point on! So many stupid shits today talk about nuclear proliferation like its some type of reality show or video game they get to play. There used to be a time when more responsible humans would not want to even think about or talk about any type of nuclear event ever happening again. Only one society was bombed by such force. Back then we were the only ones to have such power….yet, today the world is off its “sanity” axis, tilted towards sensationalism through irresponsible rhetoric and journalism for ratings.

          Bannon was right, there is no nuclear option. If a bomb should ever be used anywhere in this world for a second time against humanity, it would be an incalculable event and force us to a return to life so horrible that most people could not even imagine. It’s one thing to deal with the tragedy of Mother Nature over a specific geography, but to irrationally discuss nuclear proliferation in today’s world is pure lunacy! To have the media taunt and goad our President into a showdown with a fat, mental midget puppet of China is sheer madness.

          Sundance is right on. The only solution is an economic squeeze that not only hits China, but all the Globalists who have sold out Middle America over the past fifty years. Throw out all these dumb ass trade agreements, negotiated by special interests, lobbied to sell-out publicans that has done our great country Damage. Squeeze the crap out of the UN and either make them be a bastion against oppression or jettison their ass out of our country and bid them adieu! MAGA is about setting the earth’s axis back on a proper tilt. Globalists have the earth spinning in a “wobble”.

          Enough! Bring back “Made in USA”, let’s pay more for home made goods and reset the gold valuation of Gold stored by the US Treasury to market price, not some bogus $44/oz. Instant capitalization of hundreds of billions in cash. The President can do this with the stroke of a pen. Our GDP and stored Gold supplies are the weapons of mass destruction. Remove the fiat currency that has used inflation as a tax against all Americans, devised and administered by Elite money grubbers. The World is broke running on fiat money and eventually there won’t be enough money left to steal from hard working Americans to subsidize the grandiose schemes of “takers”. MAGA!

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      • brschultz says:

        brschultz 77% Rule… 1988 to 2003 = 100%, 77% = late 1999 PEAK, Mar 2003 to March 2009
        = 100%, 77% was Oct 2007… March 2009 to March 2020 = 100%, 77% = Sept 1 2017 Peak…

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    • Oldschool says:

      T-Bomb

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    • oldschool64 says:

      I believe it was SD saying in a recent article that we’ll know when China got the message when they start calling for six party talks. My guess is that’s just around the corner.

      Here’s the article…

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/08/30/china-recommits-to-u-n-sanctions-against-north-korea/

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    • This is what it’s all about.

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  7. citizen817 says:

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  8. appadoo9 says:

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    The United States is considering, in addition to other options, stopping all trade with any country doing business with North Korea.
    9:14 AM – 3 Sep 2017

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    • Daniel says:

      Yes, the president’s “nuclear option.”

      This will also destroy Amazon.com and damage Walmart but who’s looking at that?

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  9. But we owe China a lot of money, what if we can’t pay? Or don’t pay or , Oh……. Never mind……
    🙂

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  10. Regina says:

    Where will HSBC fit into all of this? Don’t millions of Americans have HSBC credit cards?

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  11. The coverage of this event is, for the most part, alarmist bull****. I am especially shocked at those who are apparently knowledgeable technically, who aren’t keeping the discussion fact based. First, stop citing the Josh Caplan yield estimate of 1 megaton. He is either ignorant or a disinformation agent. Second, the last test by North Korea in January of 2016 had a yield of 10 kt and registered a shock of 5.3 on the Richter scale – same as the shock initially reported by the US in this latest test. Third, even CNN is reporting a yield of 100 kt tops, and others 40 or 50 kt. The first US h-bomb test Ivy Mike had a yield of 10 mt!!!!! The yield of Ivy Mike was 700 times the yield of the Hiroshima bomb. The largest test by the US of a non-thermonuclear nuclear weapon was the Ivy King test whose yield was 500 kt. So we’re supposed to assume that North Korea has a hydrogen bomb because it set off a smallish nuclear explosion whose yield is about 4 to 8 times the size of the Hiroshima bomb and well below the yield limit of a non-thermonuclear fission bomb? Can someone explain to me why China would tolerate North Korea having an arsenal of large hydrogen bombs? The most recent estimate of the amount of weapons-grade material the North Koreans possess is enough to make about ten to sixteen weapons. Well guess what – that estimate has to be lessened because North Korea had to use more of their fissile material to make this larger test! We should encourage them to do a test once a week for the next ten to twelve weeks!

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    • MIreilleG says:

      Thank you, we need a little perspective.

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    • Rick says:

      Excellent points. This sick media is all about sensationalism. Nuclear war is not an option for humanity in today’s world….AT ALL! Trust me, I’m not a dove. I just don’t have a mountain cove buried 400 ft. below the surface stocked with years worth of food to run too. Common sense tells me as a normal citizen, I should be on the side of no nukes to solve this problem. Sundance is right. Pure economics is the answer.

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  12. dreadnok89 says:

    Cool, the hydrogen bomb was done in what the 50’s? Just kill this guy and be done with it

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  13. MK says:

    As SD relayed there is no middle ground in China’s culture…either win or loose. Chinese government is willing to place millions of North Koreans between USA and their economic policy. They’re betting USA’s morality will not respond “with fire & fury”.

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  14. John Gardner says:

    We left with having to resort to the dirtiest thing any country could do to another: send them Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. They’ll be toast in no time!

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  15. zephyrbreeze says:

    One of the most astonishing sights I’ve ever seen is the launch of an ICBM with a dummy payload from Vandenberg air force base. I was 2 states away, and only saw it in the evening sky while I was watering the horses outside. I freaked out. I’ve never seen anything that bright in my life, and it could only be one thing. Luckily it was a test and it was ours. I was glad that I had my food storage, and felt prepared.

    Remember, a missile attack by North Korea – anywhere, will feel like an attack to everyone everywhere and there will be panic.

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  16. Mickturn says:

    Side note, the women in the picture look scared to death! They know Fat Boy is Bat Sheet Crazy!

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