When the North leadership made the bombastic announcement that it would disrupt its nuclear testing program, it was acclaimed as an incredible feat for international diplomacy, and the tireless work behind the scenes of representatives of many Countries seeking the end of the turbulent situation on the Korean peninsula. However, it seems that there may have been another factor in the sudden north turnaround in their once dreaded nuclear program.
Could that be the real reason why North Korea interrupted its nuclear program?
According to researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China, the mountain that lies above North Korea's main nuclear testing site in Punggye-Ri shows serious signs of collapse after test releases last year, which may lead to Significant radioactivity, collapse and associated environmental disasters in the region. In an article that will be published in the next edition of Geophysical Research Letters, the researchers explain that the nuclear test of September 3 last year caused a cavity and a damaged ' chimney ' of rocks that could have been contaminated with material Radioactive.
"The site collapse requires close continued surveillance of radioactive materials from the site of the nuclear test," the geologists wrote in a study that will be published in the next edition of Geophysical Research Letters. "Given the history of the nuclear tests that North Korea performed under this mountain, a similar yield nuclear test would produce collapses on an even larger scale, creating an environmental catastrophe," the document says.
Scientists from all over the world were aware that something dramatic had happened on the day of the test site, because North Korea was suddenly hit by a strong earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale. Over the next two weeks, the country suffered four more earthquakes of lesser magnitude. As the landscape around the testing site managed to withstand several other tests, this indicated to the researchers that the region had reached a critical state due to the constant pressure that could have irrevocably damaged the capacity of the region of Withstand explosions on the scale associated with the nuclear test. Other tests in the area could trigger even more destructive earthquakes and a significant collapse in the rocks around the mountain.
Significant damage has already been caused in the area around the mountains, and it is of great concern that geographical volatility in the region could lead to an explosion spreading radioactive materials from the test site. So far, no radioactive material has been collected from the test site, but Chinese scientists have advised constant monitoring to ensure that damage associated with radioactive fallout does not occur.
In other words, "the devil both nudged the son's eye, which ended up sticking."
Another plausible reason for him to call a truce, could be that the population of that country is starving, and the king is afraid of a revolution.
The Ditadorzinho, who thinks Big thing, both did wrong, killing many of his own population to become an atomic power, who now wants to be a good guy so that the countries a little more civilized than his come to clean up his filth, or feed For your people.