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   Best Korea launches missile. CIA predicts they may be able to fire weather satellites into the bottom of the Mariana Trench by 2050

11 Dec 2012 11:52 PM   |   7669 clicks   |   Reuters
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make me some tea    [TotalFark]  
Okay I like this one.

11 Dec 2012 09:04 PM
some_beer_drinker    [TotalFark]  
ya, i luled

11 Dec 2012 09:11 PM
MaudlinMutantMollusk     
Heh... nice

/+1 subs

11 Dec 2012 09:11 PM
Captain Steroid    [TotalFark]  
What's Korean for "Sputnik"? >_>

11 Dec 2012 10:27 PM
MaudlinMutantMollusk     

Captain Steroid: What's Korean for "Sputnik"? >_>


Kim Jong Un

11 Dec 2012 11:28 PM
KarmicDisaster    [TotalFark]  
The general in charge of the rocket cadre will get an extra scoop of rice!

11 Dec 2012 11:53 PM
Bit'O'Gristle     
Japan's likely next prime minister, Shinzo Abe, who is leading in opinion polls ahead of an election on December 16 and who made his name as a North Korea hawk, called on the United Nations to adopt a resolution "strongly criticizing" Pyongyang.

/Yes, a strongly worded letter from the UN should turn things right around. Thanks mate.

11 Dec 2012 11:55 PM
Mr. Coffee Nerves    [TotalFark]  
Rock soup with *extra* rocks tonight, comrades!

11 Dec 2012 11:57 PM
davidphogan     

Captain Steroid: What's Korean for "Sputnik"? >_>


I don't see the problem with this. We just launched a military orbiter, so if they want to shoot crap into space, I guess they can shoot crap into space. Just make sure it doesn't hit Tokyo or Seoul.

11 Dec 2012 11:57 PM
D_Evans45     
So how many years til North Korea or Iran have a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the continental US? One of these articles was saying Iran was several years away at least, probably closer to a decade, from actually having a working nuke.

Pretty scary, but from the fear mongering earlier this year you'd think these people were just days from having a nuke.

11 Dec 2012 11:58 PM
WTF Indeed    [TotalFark]  
Yet another slap in the face of the Eisenhower Administration as North Korea launches a satellite before the US.

11 Dec 2012 11:59 PM
BigNumber12     

davidphogan: Captain Steroid: What's Korean for "Sputnik"? >_>

I don't see the problem with this. We just launched a military orbiter, so if they want to shoot crap into space, I guess they can shoot crap into space. Just make sure it doesn't hit Tokyo or Seoul.


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Sympathizes

12 Dec 2012 12:02 AM
Kuroutesshin     

Bit'O'Gristle: Japan's likely next prime minister, Shinzo Abe, who is leading in opinion polls ahead of an election on December 16 and who made his name as a North Korea hawk, called on the United Nations to adopt a resolution "strongly criticizing" Pyongyang.

/Yes, a strongly worded letter from the UN should turn things right around. Thanks mate.


Interestingly, this could be the catalyst for Japan changing their pacifist constitution to rebuild their military. That and the increasing Chinese aggression surrounding tiny rocks in the ocean.

Hell, even the Chinese are angry at the North Koreans. There are rumours that the starvation and economic ruin in the DPRK is much, much worse than anyone suspects- that even the army is stealing food because the soldiers are going hungry. This could be the straw that breaks support for them.

12 Dec 2012 12:02 AM
Mixolydian Master     

Captain Steroid: What's Korean for "Sputnik"? >_>


Juche

12 Dec 2012 12:03 AM
2 Hookers and an 8 Ball     

WTF Indeed: Yet another slap in the face of the Eisenhower Administration as North Korea launches a satellite before the US.


And right after the Chinese put together a working aircraft carrier too! This is unacceptable America!

12 Dec 2012 12:03 AM
Ego edo infantia cattus     
"The rocket, which North Korea says was designed to put a weather satellite into orbit, has been labeled by the United States, South Korea and Japan as a test of technology that could one day deliver a nuclear warhead capable of hitting targets as far as the continental the United States."

Have you crapped your pants yet citizen?

/I got the fear.

12 Dec 2012 12:03 AM
JimmySlicings     
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12 Dec 2012 12:04 AM
What_Would_Jimi_Do     

davidphogan: Just make sure it doesn't hit Tokyo or Seoul.


or any other stuff in space?

12 Dec 2012 12:05 AM
TsukasaK     
I don't see why the "international community" is getting so bothered by this. North Korea might not be the most responsible of nations, but they're still a sovereign nation. They can still launch their own damn sats if they want.

12 Dec 2012 12:05 AM
Bio-nic     
HA

12 Dec 2012 12:06 AM
skinink     

Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy sexy missile!! Op - op - oppa Jong Un style!


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12 Dec 2012 12:06 AM
Mentat    [TotalFark]  

D_Evans45: Pretty scary, but from the fear mongering earlier this year you'd think these people were just days from having a nuke.


They've been days away for 30 years.

12 Dec 2012 12:08 AM
What_Would_Jimi_Do     

Captain Steroid: What's Korean for "Sputnik"? >_>


bibim bab or galbi tang

12 Dec 2012 12:08 AM
L.D. Ablo    [TotalFark]  
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12 Dec 2012 12:09 AM
whidbey     
Still, I wonder if the Republicans are going to pressure Obama to "deal" with Best Korea. And Iran. Axis of Evil and all that. Never Forget.

12 Dec 2012 12:09 AM
debug     

D_Evans45: So how many years til North Korea or Iran have a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the continental US? One of these articles was saying Iran was several years away at least, probably closer to a decade, from actually having a working nuke.

Pretty scary, but from the fear mongering earlier this year you'd think these people were just days from having a nuke.


Imagine how scary it must be for them to know that we can already do this. We can attack them from anywhere in the world at any time we want and there is nothing they can do about it.

12 Dec 2012 12:10 AM
D_Evans45     

12 Dec 2012 12:10 AM
wiwille     
Everybody Il-Sung tonight!

12 Dec 2012 12:11 AM
D_Evans45     

debug: Imagine how scary it must be for them to know that we can already do this. We can attack them from anywhere in the world at any time we want and there is nothing they can do about it.



Not scary enough, apparently, they dont seem to give a shiat what the U.S. says/does.

12 Dec 2012 12:13 AM
whidbey     

wiwille: Everybody Il-Sung tonight!


Kill the Farsi Menace
Pour another Guinness

Bomb Iran Ran Ran
Bomb Bomb Iran

12 Dec 2012 12:13 AM
Insatiable Jesus     
And we will let this gang of thugs get away with it, because China is their protector and we wouldn't want to upset our most favored trading partner, would we?

12 Dec 2012 12:14 AM
Fista-Phobia     

wiwille: Everybody Il-Sung tonight!


+100

12 Dec 2012 12:14 AM
saturn badger    [TotalFark]  

Ego edo infantia cattus: "The rocket, which North Korea says was designed to put a weather satellite into orbit, has been labeled by the United States, South Korea and Japan as a test of technology that could one day deliver a nuclear warhead capable of hitting targets as far as the continental the United States."

Have you crapped your pants yet citizen?

/I got the fear.


They said the twice. They must like the.

12 Dec 2012 12:15 AM
Britney Spear's Speculum     
Why don't we just nuke 'em from orbit? It would end the suffering of the N. Koreans and make sure they never attack us.

12 Dec 2012 12:16 AM
Kuroshin     

D_Evans45: So how many years til North Korea or Iran have a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the continental US? One of these articles was saying Iran was several years away at least, probably closer to a decade, from actually having a working nuke.

Pretty scary, but from the fear mongering earlier this year you'd think these people were just days from having a nuke.


If the DPRK manages to make a test-nuke, it'll consume every ounce of fissile resources they can muster for more than a decade. They've got less wealth than your mom.

/ur mom!

12 Dec 2012 12:17 AM
Omahawg     
was it a king missle?

detachable perhaps?

12 Dec 2012 12:20 AM
bbfreak     

D_Evans45: So how many years til North Korea or Iran have a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the continental US? One of these articles was saying Iran was several years away at least, probably closer to a decade, from actually having a working nuke.

Pretty scary, but from the fear mongering earlier this year you'd think these people were just days from having a nuke.


Well, ICBM's aren't easy to make. Launching anything into orbit is hard enough, but to get a nuke on a target the size of a city you basically need a spacecraft that can survive reentry. First it is launched into space, then its boosted around the earth to its individual target and then reenters like any spacecraft to fall without power onto a target and explode of course.

US sort of went a bit extreme in the 80's and came up with the Peacekeeper missile that could have up to 10 warheads.

12 Dec 2012 12:21 AM
Practical_Draconian     

wiwille: Everybody Il-Sung tonight!


Can you tell me what an Il-Sung is?

12 Dec 2012 12:22 AM
davidphogan     

wiwille: Everybody Il-Sung tonight!


Everybody Jong-Un tonight.

12 Dec 2012 12:24 AM
Voiceofreason01     

D_Evans45:
They've been days away for 30 years.


This. When people say that these weapons can be built using 1960's tech, they're fundamentally misunderstanding the huge technical difficulties inherent in developing these weapons and the vast resources and infrastructure it takes to actually build them.

/it's more honest to say that the two biggest, wealthiest countries on Earth were able to develop them in the 1960's, but only by utilizing the best minds in the world in physics and engineering and throwing huge amounts of resources behind their development.

12 Dec 2012 12:26 AM
crab66     

D_Evans45: Pretty scary,


Why is it scary? A nuclear attack means their nation ceases to exist about 20 minutes later.

12 Dec 2012 12:26 AM
ImpendingCynic     
This image was on the BBC's website in an article about the launch last week. They have since changed the story to link to a different image.

http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images /64552000/gif/_64552534_nkorea_m i ssile_route_464_3.gif

Heh, scatellite debris.

12 Dec 2012 12:28 AM
omnibus_necanda_sunt     
Christ, how much does this shiat cost? Where do they get the cash for the fuel and oxidizers? Where do they get the uranium? How do they pay for the centrifuges? How does a country full of starving brainwashed retards produce the scientists capable of doing this shiat?

12 Dec 2012 12:30 AM
das     

JimmySlicings: [memeblender.com image 350x550]


Very nice.

12 Dec 2012 12:31 AM
cameroncrazy1984    [TotalFark]  

bbfreak: D_Evans45: So how many years til North Korea or Iran have a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the continental US? One of these articles was saying Iran was several years away at least, probably closer to a decade, from actually having a working nuke.

Pretty scary, but from the fear mongering earlier this year you'd think these people were just days from having a nuke.

Well, ICBM's aren't easy to make. Launching anything into orbit is hard enough, but to get a nuke on a target the size of a city you basically need a spacecraft that can survive reentry. First it is launched into space, then its boosted around the earth to its individual target and then reenters like any spacecraft to fall without power onto a target and explode of course.

US sort of went a bit extreme in the 80's and came up with the Peacekeeper missile that could have up to 10 warheads.


Ah yes, the infamous MIRV.

12 Dec 2012 12:35 AM
Triumph     

JimmySlicings: [memeblender.com image 350x550]


lulz. I refuse to call this guy a dictator. He's worse - a monarch. Dictators fight for it, monarchs inherit.

12 Dec 2012 12:35 AM
superdave386     
Is there actual confirmation that the satellite successfully entered orbit?

12 Dec 2012 12:36 AM
Hobber     

Britney Spear's Speculum: Why don't we just nuke 'em from orbit?


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/ Hot like an atomic blast!

12 Dec 2012 12:37 AM
ImpendingCynic     
Ah, the Japanese Prime Minister wants a UN resolution "strongly condemning" Pyongyang. I'm sure the 17th attempt will do the trick.

I'm not advocating a stronger response, but clearly resolutions are a waste of time.

12 Dec 2012 12:37 AM
had98c     

omnibus_necanda_sunt: Christ, how much does this shiat cost? Where do they get the cash for the fuel and oxidizers? Where do they get the uranium? How do they pay for the centrifuges get the centrifuges to spin even faster? How does a country full of starving brainwashed retards produce the scientists capable of doing this shiat?

 

FTFY.

12 Dec 2012 12:39 AM
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