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Iran's nuclear vulnerability

February 3, 2012 - Harry Eagar
The Post and the Times are in a tizzy about worries that Israel might bomb Iran's nuclear bomb facility before it goes underground. I hope Israel does, and that the USAF is flying alongside. Didn't we learn anything from Bush's do-nothing policy in N. Korea?

Apparently not.

That said, and since nobody else is stating it, it's time for Restating the Obvious to state an obvious fact that the poohbahs don't know.

It doesn't matter if Iran buries its enrichment plant. It takes a lot of electricity to refine U-238. Iran is not burying its electric power system. We could always bomb that and put an end to enrichment.

I don't know if we could call that bombing them back into the stone age, since the Iranians are already in a stone age and proud of it.

Letting cavemen have modern weapons is a really bad idea.


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