Iran, nuke START OVER
Iran not nuclear weapons capable for "at least a year"-Gates
ABOARD A U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT, April 13 (Reuters) - Iran is not expected to be capable of producing nuclear weapons for at least a year, maybe more, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Tuesday.
Asked about reported comments that Iran might be able to join the nuclear club in months, Gates said: "I don't believe it."
"I think that most estimates that I've seen, haven't changed since the last time we talked about it, which is probably at least a year, and maybe more," Gates told reporters on a flight to South America.
Iran's entire nuclear program so far has been a fail.
All their efforts to date resulted in a pile of nuclear material
that is useless and ruined many of their centrifuges
Iran must start their nuke program all over again.
If they get close to testing a NUKE,
non-nuclear EMP weapons in place
and awaiting deployment.