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The Korean Showdown

appears, against the odds, that President Donald Trump has earned a diplomatic victory. After weeks of posturing and threat-making, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has backed down from his threats (for now) to launch nuclear-armed missiles at the US territory of Guam, which hosts a large military base. 721 more words

Tokyo and Washington Have Another Nuclear Problem

This week, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera are meeting in Washington with their U.S. counterparts, Rex Tillerson and James Mattis, to discuss how the United States and Japan should respond to the latest North Korean provocations. 836 more words


Weekly Wrap Up 8/7/17-8/13/17

Last week felt phenomenal — I pushed myself, saw results, and felt like a powerhouse.  I felt so good, even, that I decided to request a switch from the 5k distance to the 10k distance in an upcoming race because I wanted to keep pushing myself. 454 more words


Aboard the NS Savannah, America’s first (and last) nuclear merchant ship

(Source: arstechnica.com)

BALTIMORE—Alongside a former grain pier in a strangely quiet corner of this cargo port, there’s a ship straight out of the future—the future, that is, as seen from the 1950s. 1,118 more words


Orwell 2050...

Human registration plates, hardcore DNA, chipped. Shuffled. Decanted, devoured. Dispersed, to dissolve destroyed microchips in the mortuary, rattling, in a kidney dish, it is 2050. Total accountability is the name of the game played on an unknowing humanity within ultimate state controlled ordered society.


Atom Bomb In A Peanut

Atom bomb in a peanut ready to burst into the world, the world in a rotating bowl of nuts, in hard shells, link lines to destruction. 19 more words


What will Kim do next? Sixth nuclear test seen critical for North Korea

SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea says it has developed intercontinental missiles capable of targeting any place in the United States.