North Korean mountain for nuclear tests collapsed, suggests study

41f6eff7a2164172c274943842faf20d - North Korean mountain for nuclear tests collapsed, suggests study

The main nuclear test site of North Korea is partially collapsed by the various explosions, according to a study by Chinese geologists. That makes new tests may be unsafe.

The findings of the report the promise of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to the site not to use it in a new light. That he did in the run up to the summit between the two koreas.

The test site is located in the mountainous region in the northeast of North Korea. There are since 2006, all six nuclear tests the country conducted. That would make the site unstable have made, writes The Guardian on the basis of the report.

In nuclear explosions is a huge amount of heat and energy is released. In the biggest test in september of last year would be eight and a half minutes after the test, a collapse, have been.

According to the Chinese scientists creates the partial collapse of the mountain with the testtunnels the site may become unusable. The place is also vulnerable to stralingslekken.

Last night to begin talks between the neighbouring countries. Then arrives Kim Jong-un in the House of the Peace, just across the border in the demilitarized zone on the South Korean side.

There is not a man who believes that the North Korean regime unilaterally its nuclear arsenal will specify. Probably will Kim Jong-un promise to not test to carry out.

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