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North Korea’s Threat: The Effect Of An Atmospheric Hydrogen Bomb Test Could Be Catastrophic?

The North Korean regime has threatened to carry out “atmospheric testing” of a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean. As reported earlier today by the Inquisitr, the latest threat from Kim Jong-un’s reclusive regime comes as the U.S. deployed another aircraft carrier battle group to the region. Show More Summary

Kim Jong Un’s Nuclear Test Site May Be Down But Not Out

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia North Korea tested a suspected hydrogen bomb in early September, and the bomb is believed to have produced a powerful explosive yield. North Korea’s nuclear test site has experienced several post-test tremors...Show More Summary

North Korea Says It Tested Its Most Powerful Nuclear Bomb yet Because of the U.S.’ ‘Belligerent Policy’

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The powerful hydrogen bomb test was significantly more powerful than all of North Korea's previous nuclear tests combined.

HISTORY: In one of America’s worst “Broken Arrow” incidents, a B-52 carrying four hydrogen bom…

HISTORY: In one of America’s worst “Broken Arrow” incidents, a B-52 carrying four hydrogen bombs crashed on the ice off Greenland.

Now I Get It: North Korea’s quest to develop a hydrogen bomb

Fiery rhetoric between the U.S. and North Korea has further motivated North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un, to develop and launch a nuclear weapon. North Korea has conducted six underground nuclear tests and a series of successful missile launches. North Korean foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho, says they’re planning to test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean.

This Week's "Planet Earth" Report --How a Hydrogen Bomb Would Affect the Pacific to Supernova 30-Light Years Away to Our Non-SciFi Cities of the Future

Betelgeuse Supernova And Its Impact On Earth - Science Documentary Were a supernova to go off within about 30 light-years of us, that would lead to major effects on the Earth, possibly mass extinctions. X-rays and more energetic gamma-rays from...        

LOOP: North Korea threatens bomb test

INSULT EXCHANGE  After President Trump called North Korea’s dictator “Rocket Man,” Kim Jong Un volleyed an insult back at Trump calling him a dotard. And North Korea didn’t stop with insults. He threatened a hydrogen bomb test in the Pacific Ocean. http://cvote.it/2hjlzhp THE HEALTH CARE PUSH  What’s motivating Senate Republicans to take one more stab at replacing Obamacare? [...]

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"The X-Games of Astronomy" --Scientists Close to Actual Pictures of Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole (WATCH Today's 'Galaxy' Stream) This Week's "Planet Earth" Report --How a Hydrogen Bomb Would Affect the Pacific to Supernova 30-Light Years Away to Our Non-SciFi...        

The Terrifying Tale of How Russia Exploded the Biggest Hydrogen Bomb Ever

Steve Weintz Security, It makes North Korea's latest test look small.  Big Ivan was a one-off, essentially a technical stunt. There are hints that the clean 50-megaton design was considered for weaponization, but nothing concrete. Curiously...Show More Summary

Markets are shrugging off North Korea's latest missile launch

Markets were little changed after North Korea conducted a new missile launch, less than two weeks after testing what it called a hydrogen bomb. The Japanese yen, traditionally considered a safe-haven by investors, initially climbed higher to about 109.55 per US dollar, but later tumbled. Show More Summary

North Korea fires another missile, less than 2 weeks after nuclear bomb test

North Korea on Friday conducted a new missile launch, less than two weeks after it tested what it called a hydrogen bomb, South Korean defense officials said, according to Yonhap News. The missile was fired from an airfield near the North Korean capital of Pyongyang at 6:57 a.m. Show More Summary

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Friday. 1. North Korea conducted a new missile launch, less than two weeks after its suspected hydrogen bomb test, South Korean defense officials said, according to Yonhap News. Show More Summary

U.S. nuclear commander says assuming North Korea tested hydrogen bomb

OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. (Reuters) - The U.S. general who oversees America's nuclear forces said on Thursday he was making the assumption that North Korea did in fact test a hydrogen bomb on Sept. 3, crossing a key threshold in its weapons development efforts.

Report: North Korea fires another missile, less than 2 weeks after nuclear bomb test

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North Korea reportedly fired another missile, less than two weeks after its suspected hydrogen bomb test, South Korea's Yonhap News said on Friday morning local time. Read more...

US nuke commander "assumes" NKoreans tested H-bomb

The top commander of U.S. nuclear forces says he assumes the Sept. 3 nuclear test by North Korea was a hydrogen bomb. Air Force Gen. John E. Hyten, commander of … Click to Continue »

South Korea confirms traces of radioactive gas from North Korea's nuclear test

South Korea said on Wednesday traces of radioactive xenon gas were confirmed to be from a North Korean nuclear test earlier this month, but it was unable to conclude whether the test had been a hydrogen bomb as Pyongyang claimed. North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test on Sept. Show More Summary

Sun shoots off big surprise solar flares

2 months agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Sun releases amount of energy comparable to a billion hydrogen bombs

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