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    Iran working on nuke, 02.27.10

    Iran working on nuke, 02.27.10

    Iran moved nearly its entire stockpile of low-enriched nuclear fuel to an above-ground plant. 

    That mystery is the subject of fervent debate among many who are trying to decode Iran’s intentions. The theories run from the bizarre to the mundane: Under one, Iran is actually taunting the Israelis to strike first. Under another, it is simply escalating the confrontation with the West to win further concessions in negotiations. The simplest explanation, and the one that the Obama administration subscribes to, is that Iran has run short of suitable storage containers for radioactive fuel, so it had to move everything.

    Since October, when Iran agreed in principle to ship much of its nuclear stockpile out of the country so that it could be converted to fuel for a medical reactor, there have been a series of unexplained actions. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has veered from hailing the deal to backing away from it. The country has declared that it will soon build 10 new enrichment plants — a number it does not have the capacity to carry out. 

    The report said that on Feb. 14, with inspectors present, the Iranians moved roughly 4,300 pounds of low-enriched uranium out of deep underground storage to the small plant that they have declared they will use to re-enrich the fuel to 20 percent purity. (It takes 80- to 90-percent purity to make a weapon, a relatively small technological leap from 20 percent.)




    Our sources say that the low-enriched uranium is virtually useless for anything
    but running an energy plant. Its all contaminated and unusable for weapons 
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    If this is true there is no point in attacking that product.
    And it also frees up underground space for new non-contaminated
    3% uranium, which they can spin into weapons grade product.

    They lost many of their centrifuges when they tried to use
    the contaminated product.
    Maybe as many a third of the centrifuges were destroyed.

    This action points to secret underground processing
    new material to weapons grade product.


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