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October 12, 2019, 08:59:30 AM

Any sophisticated Western country could build a nuclear weapon in less than a fortnight if it wanted to, including countries that have never had nukes.  

Delivery systems would take a bit longer - but all have bombers / military cargo craft. 
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October 12, 2019, 09:02:57 AM

Any sophisticated Western country could build a nuclear weapon in less than a fortnight if it wanted to, including countries that have never had nukes.  

could be but the question is will US/RU allow to change the status quo?
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October 12, 2019, 09:08:39 AM

If you are building nukes to break the NPT, I think you are past caring about the US. 
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Any sophisticated Western country could build a nuclear weapon in less than a fortnight if it wanted to, including countries that have never had nukes.  

Nope, uranium enrichment is a large industrial undertaking and very time consuming.


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https://www.businessinsider.com/how-long-it-would-take-iran-to-make-a-nuclear-weapon-2015-3?r=US&IR=T
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October 12, 2019, 09:29:15 AM

Any sophisticated Western country could build a nuclear weapon in less than a fortnight if it wanted to, including countries that have never had nukes.  

Nope, uranium enrichment is a large industrial undertaking and very time consuming.


They already have it.

http://www.silex.com.au/SILEX-Laser-Uranium-Enrichment-Technology

https://nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/reactors/research-reactors/nuclear-facilities/chalk-river/highly-enriched-uranium-in-canada.cfm
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200 Day MA & EMA bear cross confirmed for October 14th by MA & EMA forecasts.
The crossover price is currently forecasted at $8,710 (EMA) and $8,725 (MA).


Here is a close up of the strong resistance from these moving averages, starting to look similar to when the price rallied into the death cross last year:


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October 12, 2019, 09:43:44 AM

Any sophisticated Western country could build a nuclear weapon in less than a fortnight if it wanted to, including countries that have never had nukes.  

Nope, uranium enrichment is a large industrial undertaking and very time consuming.


They already have it.

http://www.silex.com.au/SILEX-Laser-Uranium-Enrichment-Technology

https://nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/reactors/research-reactors/nuclear-facilities/chalk-river/highly-enriched-uranium-in-canada.cfm

Nah, Nuclear fuel is only enriched to 3.5-5% U-235.

A nuclear weapon requires at least 85%, normally 90% U-235.

Also, not all "sophisticated Western countr[ies]" have nuclear power plants.

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October 12, 2019, 09:56:51 AM

From the Canadian article

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The commitment promotes non-proliferation by removing existing weapons-grade material from Canada

Guarantee the Canadians forget to hand some back.
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October 12, 2019, 10:10:55 AM

Certainly 5-10 years back not one of these soi-disant sovereign nations had a single nuke that actually worked; outdated systems, rust, showmanship and lies were all that held the whole thing together.
Like the uasf, it was much more the threat of action that was the danger keeping the whole charade together than any action.
Maybe nowadays a few cities could get glassed, but if anyone claims they are certain about even that, they are wrong or lying.
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October 12, 2019, 10:16:49 AM

Fair comment, particularly for the Russians, but I’m not volunteering as guinea pig. 
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oh I forgot to rant a bit how again until recently you could track the British subs on the open internet. again until that became public knowledge and they bought a whole lot more substandard crap from their mates, upping their game very very slightly.
the enemy is always thicker than one would hope for but also more of a buggery-bollocks. (intransigent/determined)
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October 12, 2019, 10:32:40 AM

Oh go on then
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October 12, 2019, 11:02:48 AM

nah i got errands mate
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dogs and logs, that's me for most of the day
but i might go and see that movie. stuff the mrs in front of downtown abbey and see if the joker's all it's cracked up to be
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Good news YangGang. Our outspokenly pro Bitcoin/Crypto future President Andrew Yang has regained 3rd place again in Democratic Nomination betting markets.

He was briefly overtaken by Hillary Clinton and put into fourth as she stirred up speculation that she will run again. However Yang has conquered her and Biden and Warren are next on the hit list.

https://www.predictit.org/markets/detail/3633/Who-will-win-the-2020-Democratic-presidential-nomination

Trumps prospects look dimmer by the day as his own homies Foxnews have released a poll saying 51 percent of Americans back Impeaching and removing him from office. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/fox-news-poll-record-support-for-trump-impeachment

Whoever is the Dem nominee will likely be the 46th pres imo and imo that man is Andrew Yang. We can expect the debates to get unprecedented ratings as people realize how vulnerable Trump is. As America turns its gaze towards Yang he will surge in popularity as he exposes the other candidates as too old, too out of touch, or too much of a corporate whore.



The coming six years will be ruff for you.

Inaccurate, these predictions are all in good fun, Ill be enjoying my life regardless of who wins.  Cheesy Its not like I complain about big things in life or even little ones like a few post being deleted.  Wink

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October 12, 2019, 11:27:18 AM

Has anyone else noticed the severe drop in liquidity on coinbase pro for BTC/USD?? Order book averaged about $50 million+ in buys all the way down to $2200 up until yesterday. Within the last 24 hours it dropped from $50 million down to barely over $10 million. What happened here?

Coinbase revamped its fee structure. Again.

In the process, it nuked all standing orders made under the old fee structure.

PITA to set up all the ladders again, but whaddayagonnado?

bittrex, that's what I'm gonnado

Seems to me that Bittrerx has rather anemic withdrawal limits, but I may be misrememberating.
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October 12, 2019, 11:29:18 AM

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How about addressing the substance of my post which you have selectively cut off?

Your entire value proposition is based on fraud.  

One of these logos is a BSV logo.  One of these logos is a Bitcoin logo.  I can’t tell the difference so I can’t see how a newbie could.  This is plainly fraudulent passing off.  



It is more than dishonest. It is fraudulent.

It appears that you have no inkling of IP law. What makes you think BTC has exclusive claim on public domain art?
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October 12, 2019, 11:31:47 AM

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October 12, 2019, 11:33:43 AM

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How about addressing the substance of my post which you have selectively cut off?

Your entire value proposition is based on fraud.  

One of these logos is a BSV logo.  One of these logos is a Bitcoin logo.  I can’t tell the difference so I can’t see how a newbie could.  This is plainly fraudulent passing off.  



It is more than dishonest. It is fraudulent.

It appears that you have no inkling of IP law. What makes you think BTC has exclusive claim on public domain art?

Fabulous, completely irrelevant reply. Nice duck.

How about you address the substance of the question ?   Or are you going to pretend you don’t understand the question ?
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October 12, 2019, 11:35:43 AM

Ten years ago today, 5,050 btc were sold for $5.02 in the first market transaction for bitcoin.

Today, they'd be worth $42,171,792.50.

A rise of 838,078,685%.
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/7dff938918f07619abd38e4510890396b1cef4fbeca154fb7aafba8843295ea2

Source: https://twitter.com/saifedean/status/1182908897750929408

LoL this is a Reach man  Roll Eyes
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October 12, 2019, 11:41:00 AM

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.

Quite a different proposition than trying to fool newbies into thinking BCH or BSV are BTC. But nobody is doing that. That would be dishonest.

How about addressing the substance of my post which you have selectively cut off?

Your entire value proposition is based on fraud.  

One of these logos is a BSV logo.  One of these logos is a Bitcoin logo.  I can’t tell the difference so I can’t see how a newbie could.  This is plainly fraudulent passing off.  



It is more than dishonest. It is fraudulent.

It appears that you have no inkling of IP law. What makes you think BTC has exclusive claim on public domain art?

Fabulous, completely irrelevant reply. Nice duck.

How about you address the substance of the question ?   Or are you going to pretend you don’t understand the question ?

Ducks everything or don’t reply ....

Standard stuff for a person that’s wrong and knowing he’s wrong...
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