by Galactic Penguin SST at 2 hours ago
12'000 Years Of World Population By Nation

Very interesting while never seen before (read: censored) animated graphic on 12'000 years of world demography.

Out of 12 millenia, Iran only disappears from the top 20 nations, at the turn of the 18th century, and reemerging after the end of the Cold War!

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i.imgur.com/z5YzYgm.mp4 ; https://themasites.pbl.nl/tridion/en/the...dex-2.html
1. Population Through the Ages. 
12'000 years of population estimates are from the History Database of the Global Environment (HYDE).



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by admin at 03-24-2019, 02:09 AM
Iranian made sonar, Sonar Soroush, was produced by Sadir Shahr.

The characteristics of this sonar, is it active or inactive, and is this sonar is installed on any iranian made shipor submarine is unclear,even console seen on third image is similar to one seen in Iranian Ghadir submarines and new Iranian built ships,but this doesn't mean anything.

In the third image, see the Sonar Soroush console.

The sonar is used in submarines and surface vessels like destroyers, sonar uses sound waves to detect and track targets.

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by admin at 03-24-2019, 01:45 AM
Sonar imaging system produced by the company Sairan.

The system is a 7-kilogram cylinder, which can be deployed by cable at a distance of 100 meters deep to the depths of 300 meters.

The main application of this system is the mapping of the seafloor, and with the precise map of the land-related effects on the sea floor, subterranean units can perform better in operational conditions, since one of the most important tactics of submarine units is dipping at the sea floor and up Act at the best against the enemy. Knowing the conditions of the sea floor conditions will make the best areas for submarine sinking.



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by admin at 03-24-2019, 12:35 AM
The Soumar is an Iranian long-range cruise missile.
The missile was named in the honour of a village called Soumar, whose inhabitants were all killed when Saddam's regime attacked the village with chemical weapons. It is highly likely that the missile is derived from the Russian/Soviet Kh-55, several of which were illegally sold to Iran by Ukrain
Because of the similarities media guess a range between 2000 and 3000 km for it.

The Ya-Ali  is a land attack cruise missile  (LACM) built by Iran. IT carries a 200 kg warhead. The air launched type of the missile has a range of about 700km but land and sea launched versions are also under development. The missile was first unveiled on 11 May 2014 when Iranian leader Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei visited the Aerospace Force of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution.Ya ali missile is powered by turbo jet engine unlike Soumar and Hoveizeh,land attack version use booster at first stage which is reject after few seconds after lunch.

Hoveizeh land attack cruise missile is latest deployed iranian made LACM and it is tested against target at 1200km range.

“The test of the Hoveizeh cruise missile was carried out successfully at a range of 1,200 km and accurately hit the set target,” Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said.
The Hoveizeh, part of the Soumar family of cruise missiles unveiled in 2015, has a range of over 1,350 km (840 miles) and is designed to be used against ground targets, Hatami said.
Cruise missiles with a range of over 1,000 km are classified as long range.
“The Hoveizeh missile needs a very short time for its preparedness and can fly at a low altitude,” Hatami said.

Hoveizeh

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by admin at 03-22-2019, 05:25 PM
Howeizeh armored vehicle

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Iran presents local made Howeizeh tracked APC at IQDEX 2019
During the IQDEX 2019, International Defence Exhibition in Iraq which was held from the 9 to 12 March 2019, the Iranian defense industry has presented its development of light tracked APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) dubbed Howeizeh. A video about the vehicle was released during the event.
by Galactic Penguin SST at 03-22-2019, 03:56 AM
North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher Unha-20 V1.1

First posted 26 January 2019; Updated 22 March 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Earlier Artistic Representation of North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher: Manned
3. Recent Artistic Representation of Iran's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher: Manned
4. Latest Artistic Representation of North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher: Unmanned
5. North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher Unha-20: Overview
6. Sea Launch Platform
7. North Korean Lunar Exploration Program (조선달탐사: NKLEP)

1. Introduction

Pictures of a new North Korean launcher have been revealed for more than two decades now, similar to the Soviet-era Energia heavy-lift partially recoverable launch system designed for a variety of payloads including the Buran spacecraft.

It is only recently that Iran has disclosed its own version, thus confirming the existence of this still secret joint Irano-North Korean project.

2. Earlier Artistic Representation of North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher: Manned

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▲ North Korean Space shuttle model in the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace that was opened in 1989.

3. Recent Artistic Representation of Iran's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher: Manned

An Iranian version of the North Korean Heavy-Lift Space Launcher has figured prominently in a huge graphic that is currently (January 2019) displayed in Tehran's Valiasr Square. The billboard is running in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution.

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▲ 17 January 2019. Note that Shahid Hajj General Hassan Tehrani Moghaddam, the father of Iran's space program is depicted bringing a treasure trove of [North Korean] blueprints to his fellow countrymen!

4. Latest Artistic Representation of North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher: Unmanned

As of June 2018, the heavy-lift space launcher is no longer associated with a space shuttle, but instead the lunar exploration program. And the robotic exploration of its surface.

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▲ North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher and the robotic exploration of the lunar surface. Uploaded on June 2, 2018

Two main rocket engines developing possibly 150-200 ton-force of thrusts each are powering the first stage. Two strap-on boosters are seen, possibly developing 1,000 ton-force each and made of the Qaem solid propellant booster.
Therefore allowing a 20 tons payload in LEO, or 5 tons in LTO.

5. North Korea's Heavy-Lift Space Launcher Unha-20: Overview

The future CZ-5-class North Korean heavy launcher, should be able to put 20 tons in LEO, to land a probe on the Moon and return rock samples, to reach Mars and beyond.

Hinted for the first time in circa April 15, 2017. Assuming that "20" of the Unha-20 (은하20호, 銀河二十號: Milky Way-20) refers to 20 tons payload.

Claiming that a heavy launcher's core booster could be 9 meters in diameter [that is the diameter of Tonghae Space Center LC-2] simply doesn't take into consideration that North Korea's rail delivery from the rocket factory to the launch center, limits the absolute maximum diameter to ~ 4 meters.

Thus the need to cluster several boosters in parallel, in order to increase the total first stage thrust.

To overcome this diameter upper limit, an alternative strategy would be to develop delivery by sea, since both Sohae SLC and Tonghae SLC are built with a seashore, thus unlocking larger diameters of 5 meters core boosters.

An image dated from April 15, 2017 has disclosed three generations of North Korean space launchers: the KWANGMYONGSONG SLV aka Unha-4, an Unha-9 and the mysterious Unha-20.

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▲ One image, three generations of North Korean space launchers. Center: notice the KWANGMYONGSONG SLV aka Unha-4 represented left of a huge (meaning at least twice the size) Unha-9 SLV. Unha-20s are pillar-sized! April 15, 2017 picture.

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▲ Artistic representation of the North Korean Unha launchers family, 2019. Outdated as of Mid-February 2019.

North Korean Unha launchers family as of mid-February 2019:
  • 1. A mobile launcher for the possible Kwangmyongsong-5 satellite, I designated as Unha-5 SLV for clarity. Itself an adaptation of the Hwasong-15 ICBM, and also the second stage of the Unha-9 SLV.

  • 2. A manned single-seater suborbital E1 capsule, atop its launcher derived from the Unha-5 SLV.

  • 3. The Unha-9 SLV.

  • 4. The manned Unha-9 SLV with an orbital version of the single seater E1 capsule.

  • 5. And improved Unha-9, I designated as Unha-9B, with a larger and more powerful second stage, maybe cryogenic stage.

  • 6. And improved Unha-9 with four liquid propellant strap-on boosters, doubling the total liftoff thrust. I designated the Unha-18 for clarity. Associated with the orbital 3-seaters F1 capsule.

  • 7. The Qaem solid propellant SLV. Korean name still unknown.

  • 8. The Heavy-lift Unha-20.

  • 9. The ultra-heavy-lift solid propellant SLV. I designated as Unha-27 for clarity.
Unha-20's Main Engine

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In this regard, it can be seen that the high-power liquid rocket engine developed and completed by North Korea is the first liquid rocket engine of the Paektusan series, and its name is Paektusan-1 according to the North Korean naming practice. If we develop a modified version of the Paektusan-type liquid rocket engine, which will further improve the performance of the aerospace industry, it will be called Paektusan-2.

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▲ The photo shows a table used by Supreme leader Kim Jong Un, who was placed at the observing station installed near the static test stand.
"백두산계렬 80tf급 액체로케트(발동기): Paektusan Series 80 tf liquid rocket (engine)" is written in red. Note, the world "engine" is out of the camera's field!
The title of the explanatory note indicates that the high-power liquid rocket engine developed and completed at this time is 80 ton-force liquid rocket engine. © Ju Shobo and Han Ho Seok


http://www.jajusibo.com/sub_read.html?ui...ction=sc38

North Korea's Paektusan-2 rocket engine should develop more thrust than the current Paektusan-1B's 100 ton-force, possibly in the ~200 ton-force (?):
 
Quote:2017/09/04

According to a March 20, 2017 report, Korean military experts analyzing the thrust of the new liquid rocket engine shown in the DPRK photographs, evaluated the liquid rocket engine as a 100-ton-force rocket engine.
The 100-ton-force is 980 kilo Newtons. The 80-ton-force liquid rocket engine appeared on the static ground test on September 19, 2016, and the 100-ton-force liquid rocket engine appeared on the static ground test conducted on March 18, 2017. As a result, it can be seen that, as of September 2017, the Paektusan liquid rocket engine series was developed as an 80 ton-force type in 2016 and a 100 ton-force type in 2017, respectively.

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6. Sea Launch Platform

Quote:It is impossible to launch commercial communication satellite from the Korean latitude ... Maritime space launch

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The Sohae Space Center is suitable for launching low orbit satellites such as earth observation satellites, but it can not launch communication satellites or meteorological satellites. These satellites are launched from the equator. The answer is the the Pacific Ocean's equator.

The global space market is worth $ 177.3 billion in 2011. 60% of them are satellite services using communication satellites.

Geostationary satellites orbit in the Earth's rotation direction. The equatorial orbit has the highest rate of rotation of the earth. If you launch satellite into the equatorial orbit, you can use less energy with the help of the Earth's rotation speed.

When launched from Korean space center, the space launcher has to turn 30 degrees or so to fly a long distance, so energy consumption is incredibly high. It is also possible that the first stage rocket may fall to Japan because it has to fly toward the equator.

If the rockets use less fuel, the satellites can weigh more. This is why France has secured half of the global satellite launches, because it has built its space launch site in Kourou, in the equatorial colony of Guiana.

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First hinted by an equivalent South Korean concept, as launching from near the equator would both improve the payload capability and reduce tensions with neighbouring nations produced by the launcher's overflight and drop zones.

Since North Korea is surrounded by hostile nations in the East and South, and has a maritime access to the South Oceans.

Converting one of the many North Korean 14,000t-class offshore platforms from the North Korean booming oil industry into a launch platform, would be the quickest way for North Korea to launch satellites from the Equator.

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▲  China Ocean Oil Corporation has surprised the world by announcing that there is an estimated 7.15 billion tons of crude oil in the Korean West Sea continental shelf.
This photo shows the 14,000t-class offshore platform owned by CNPC, a state-owned Chinese company, leaving the Dalian port in China on May 22, 2016.
This offshore platform is located in the waters 3 km inside the exclusive economic zone of North Korea, on the continental shelf of the Korean Sea.
According to the report, the annual output of the oil well No. 606 in the West Sea is 19,700 tons and the annual production of the well No. 609 is 152,000 tons. There are at least 10 such wells on the continental shelf belonging to the exclusive economic zone or territorial waters of North Korea's West Sea.


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▲ North Korean sea-launches the only way to launch commercial satellites.

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▲ Conquering the South Seas, the key for unlocking North Korea's future space superpower status!

7. North Korean Lunar Exploration Program (조선달탐사: NKLEP)

One of the main use for such a heavy-lift space launcher will be the industrial development of outer space resources.

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▲ April 11, 2018. Representatives of the Supreme People's Assembly visited the North Korean Revolution Museum and various places in Pyongyang.


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▲ Schematics of the orbital trajectory of the North Korean Lunar Exploration Program Phase III: lunar sample-return mission.
Launched with a heavy-lift Unha-20 booster able to place 5t into a LTO, sometimes after 2026. Splash landing of the return capsule in the Pacific Ocean.
Participants in the 8th Congress of the Korean Children's Union visiting the Science-Technology Complex in Pyongyang, on June 5, 2017.


North Korean Lunar Exploration Program Video

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▲ Video Published on Oct 28, 2015. Now censored. Note: At t=666 seconds (11m06s), possibly the section dedicated to the future North Korean lunar exploration program (Unha-9, Unha-20), as disclosed back in 2012; Hint at future Phase Three with lunar lander and sample-return.


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▲ Uncensored backup video: At T=3m06s section dedicated to the future North Korean lunar exploration program (Unha-9, Unha-20), as disclosed back in 2012; Hint at future Phase Three with lunar lander and sample-return.

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▲ Video screen capture at T=40:02 a North Korean lunar astronaut inside a spacecraft called Milaeho (미래호, 未來號: future, pending), from a New Year 2018 show. Video published on Jan 1, 2018


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▲ 10 North Korean astronauts in a Lunar base, using lasers to thwart meteor showers, as depicted in a New Year 2018 show


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▲ Official and ambitious goal of North Korea's space program, the exploitation of the lunar rare earths reserve.


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by Galactic Penguin SST at 03-20-2019, 08:52 PM
Should the U.N. recreate the State of Khazaria? V1.1

First posted 29 January 2019; Updated 20 March 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The Fate Of The Israeli State
3. The Future Of The European Ashkenazis: Khazaria
4. Conclusion

1. Introduction

If the goal is to end the 70 years old ongoing Middle East conflict, it is not by vowing total annihilation only, that one could end this.

As taught by Master Sun Tzu, it is mostly unwise to deal with a "cornered fox" by denying him all options of retreating, but instead:

“Build your opponent a golden bridge to retreat across”
- Sun Tzu, The Art of War, circa  544 BC-   496 BC


2. The Fate Of The Israeli State

Quote:'Jewish state' will soon cease to exist, Israelis may flee to West: Zionist historian

Fri Jan 18, 2019

Influential Zionist historian Benny Morris, professor of the Middle East studies department of the Israeli Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, has foreseen a bleak future for the Zionist establishment.

"Already today there are more Arabs than Jews between the [Mediterranean] sea and the Jordan. The whole territory is unavoidably becoming one state with an Arab majority," said Morris in an interview published by the Israeli Haaretz newspaper on Thursday.

"Israel still calls itself a Jewish state, but a situation in which we rule an occupied people that has no rights, can not persist in the 21st century, in the modern world. And as soon as they do have rights, the state will no longer be Jewish," added Morris.

"I do not see how we get out of it."

Morris, who was injured by an Egyptian artillery shell in 1969, was discharged from the military to eventually become one of Israel’s influential historians.

Describing himself as a staunch "left-winger" and "Zionist," Morris is part of a controversial group of Israeli revisionist historians, openly admitting to and defending events like the 1948 expulsion of Palestinians that is today remembered as the Nakba Day.

"A Jewish state would not have come into being without the uprooting of 700,000 Palestinians. Therefore it was necessary to uproot them. There was no choice but to expel that population," said Morris in an interview with Haaretz in 2004.

Today, however, Morris believes Israel faces a bleak future considering Arabs' non-integration in Israel and their larger population.

"The Palestinians look at everything from a broad, long-term perspective. They see that at the moment, there are five-six-seven million Jews here, surrounded by hundreds of millions of Arabs," the historian said in the Thursday interview.

"They have no reason to give in, because the Jewish state can not last."

Morris further envisions how an Israel dominated by Arabs will slowly disintegrate.  

"The Arabs will demand the return of the refugees. The Jews will remain a small minority within a large Arab sea of Palestinians,” the historian said.

"Those among the Jews who can, will flee to America and the West [to avoid persecution]."

Many Jews, however, have rejected the Zionist concept of Israel being a legitimate Jewish state, dismissing Morris’s understanding, which pits Jews against Arabs.

https://www.presstv.com/detail/2019/01/1...ate-morris


3. The Future Of The European Ashkenazis: Khazaria


As the Jewish state will soon cease to exist, Israelis instead of fleeing back to the West which has proved historically to be mostly deadly over 2000 years, could look northtward.

Therefore, they should leave the Native Americans' and Palestinians' soil by refounding their lost homeland of Khazaria, with its historical capital at Atil, that was destroyed by the barbarian Viking invaders lead by Sviatoslav I, in 969.

As taught the hard way by centuries of cohabitation with Europeans, one's self defence can never depend on others.

Most rational and compassionate people alike, could support such a legitimate quest and inalienable right. Let the U.N. decides.

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1. The future of the Ashkenazis, by refounding the lost homeland of Khazaria.


4. Conclusion

The U.S. Dystopian Empire is known to rely for its survival on its 20,000 orbital military satellites, of which probably 90% are constituated of psychotronic-type.

And this since having taken over the world, even before the dust of WWII could settle, in a surprise and most treacherous unprovoked attack, with a fleet of orbital psychotronic (mind-control) satellites from outer space.

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▲ 2. Pax Americana, circa ~1947AD: The WWIII started when rogue U.S. splinter forces invaded Europe, even before the dust of WWII could settle, in a surprise and most treacherous unprovoked attack, with a fleet of 20,000 orbital psychotronic (mind-control) satellites from outer space.

Therefore, the U.S. Dystopian Empire needs to engineer unending artificial conflicts and crises in order to survive, and hide behind useful puppet nations.

In this regard, the first to have correctly explained the Empire's strategy of survival, right after its takeover of the World, was George Orwell in his dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949).

Directed particles are the sole monopoly of the overlord, while bombs and bullets are only intended for the enslaved humans, in killing each others inside this new Roman Colloseum called Pax Americana, to the greater benefits of the U.S. hegemon.

Conflicts created or simply further fueled, include the now defunct East-West cold war, the Indian-Pakistani, India-P.R.China, P.R.China-R.O.China, North Korea-South Korea, Arab–Israeli conflicts, etc.

By relocating the remaining Israelis to a future Central Asian State, would not really impair the Dystopian Empire's global need for regional confrontations, as the Saudi-Irani rivalry has already recently turned into an armed conflict.

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by Galactic Penguin SST at 03-20-2019, 02:07 AM
North Korea's Cyber WMD Capability V1.1

First posted 24 January 2019; Updated 20 March 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Iran's Cyber Warfare Capability
3. North Korea's Cyber Warfare Capability
4. The 5G Base-Station Networks
5. The 6G Base-Station Networks
6. The EMF Cyber WMD
7. North Korea's Supercomputer Capability
8. Rare Earth Mineral Prerequisite For Supercomputer Dominance
9. Conclusion
10. References

1. Introduction

All warfare is based on deception. There is no place where espionage is not used.

-Sun Tzu, Wu general, military strategist and philosopher, "The Art of War", 512 BC


Gone are the days when the U.S. could threaten the DPRK with a blunt military invasion.

And as of 2018, the DPRK has already secured a credible nuclear deterrence against any direct act of aggression.

This is why the U.S. is now mostly using indirect strategies of proxy war against bigger military powerhouses, as demonstrated with the 2011 Jasmin Revolution targeting Syria, Libya and all the Middle East, the 21 February 2014 coup against Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, and of course the botched 15 July 2016 coup d'état, thwarted by Turkish President Erdogan.


Moreover, the U.S. nuclear blackmail is only a paper tiger. The nuclear arms era started in 1945 was already superseded by directed energy weapons in the 1947s.

Today, the U.S. nuclear warheads pose no threats to the North Korean strategists.

Conversely, the nuclear arsenals of enemy powers from the global arrogance will never deter the DPRK from exercising its legitimate right to conduct with its Cyber WMD, any preemptive strike deemed necessary to ensure the security of the Socialist Republic.  

2. Iran's Cyber Warfare Capability

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps' (IRGC) Aerospace Division have in the past decade successfully infiltrated the U.S. drone command and control networks.

In addition to this covert stealth capability, “seven or eight aerial vehicles with regular flights in Syria and Iraq were under the IRGC's control, that could monitor in real time their data, and manage to acquire their first-hand information”.

In the most famous overt operation, Iran even went to ground a U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle RQ-170 Sentinel in December 2011 using electronic warfare techniques, as the stealth aircraft was flying over the Iranian city of Kashmar near the Afghan border.

Back in November 2018, General Hajizadeh highlighted the Islamic Republic’s drone intelligence, saying Iran now knows in which hangar of the US' Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan the RQ-170 had been deployed.

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▲ 1. Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has released a U.S. drone footage acquired via infiltrating the U.S. drone command and control networks.

3. North Korea's Cyber Warfare Capability

According to some so-called North Korean defectors, there are two major groups in North Korea who are able to conduct cyber attacks: the No. 91 Office, and Bureau 121.

Many have been speculated that Bureau 121 was behind the attack on Sony in 2014. The unprecedented cyber attack resulted in the disrupted release of the infamous U.S. propaganda movie "The Interview", (a most heinous film cruelly depicting the barbaric assassination of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un in graphic and gory detail), as well as the leaking of a trove of internal emails, and five unreleased movies.

4. The 5G Base-Station Networks

Massive MIMO technology is key in the new 5G communications. Often referred to as massive multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO), this technology is also described as beamforming with a large number of antennas.

Beamforming, according to its basic definition, is the ability to adapt the radiation pattern of the antenna array to a particular scenario. In the cellular communications space, many people think of beamforming as steering a lobe of power in a particular direction toward a user. Relative amplitude and phase shifts are applied to each antenna element to allow for the output signals from the antenna array to coherently add together for a particular transmit/receive angle and destructively cancel each other out for other signals.

Massive MIMO also acknowledges that in real-world systems, data transmitted between an antenna and a user terminal—and vice versa—undergoes filtering from the surrounding environment. The signal may be reflected off buildings and other obstacles, and these reflections will have an associated delay, attenuation, and direction of arrival. There may not even be a direct line-of-sight between the antenna and the user terminal.

As an example, consider an antenna array with 32 transmit (Tx) and 32 receive (Rx) channels operating in the 3.5-GHz band. There are 64 RF signal chains to be put in place, and the spacing between the antennas is approximately 4.2 cm given the operating frequency.


5G will use spectrum in the existing LTE frequency range (600 MHz to 6 GHz) and also in millimeter wave (mmWave) bands (24–86 GHz).

Millimeter waves are broadcast at frequencies between 30 and 300 gigahertz, compared to the bands below 6 GHz that were used for mobile devices in the past. They are called millimeter waves because they vary in length from 1 to 10 mm, compared to the radio waves that serve today’s smartphones, which measure tens of centimeters in length.

And as admitted, by the professionals (Ericsson) in their own words:
Quote:EMF compliance may be a "challenge"(sic!) for 5G massive MIMO sites if assuming theoretical maximum power for all beams

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▲ 2. Size of exclusion zone (read danger zone) with 1/100 of International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) limit of 5G base station with massive MIMO, at 3.5GHz and 28 GHz maximum power(theoretical maximum transmitted power 200 W): 115 meters .

5. The 6G Base-Station Networks

Quote:5:55 AM - 21 Feb 2019

I want 5G, and even 6G, technology in the United States as soon as possible. It is far more powerful, faster, and smarter than the current standard. American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind. There is no reason that we should be lagging behind on.........

-Donald Trump, P.O.T.U.S.
https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/stat...9233344512

In terms of speed, 6G networks will allow for 1Tbps by making use of sub-1THZ spectrum and will focus on connecting the “trillions” of objects, rather than the “billions” of mobile devices.

The sub-1THz frequencies earmarked for 6G will be even poorer at penetrating indoors than the mmWave spectrum set to be used in 5G, so it could be that building owners, rather than operators, build out the networks.

In term of imagery at close range, these teraherz frequencies would even allow not only to distinguish and track each individual person indoor or outdoor but even to discern the various materials.

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▲ 3. High Resolution Imaging using 325 GHz (right) and 1.5 THz (left) Transceivers.

6. The EMF Cyber WMD

The first covert phase would be the stealthy infiltration of the enemy 5G/6G networks, both in the U.S., Japan, etc. This could take some time.

Thus allowing the overt phase to follow, by taking the control of all the base stations, a massive coordinated and synchronized attack targeting all the biological objectives could wipe out majors enemy cities, military bases from their personnel and civilian inhabitants as well, within hours. Remotely and silently burning their brains or other vital internal organs.

Further waves of attack would follow treating the remaining non-biological jammable, electronic-sensitive high value targets, leaving them dysfunctional.

7. North Korea's Supercomputer Capability

Back in 2016, information indicated that North Korea’s “private intranet,” the Kwangmyong (광명; 光明) network, had just 28 websites, the servers for which could be in North Korea or China. Its existence therefore provides no hint about high-end computing in North Korea, because websites like those visible on Kwangmyong could be hosted on a laptop and could easily be based in China itself. However, North Korean missile and nuclear development efforts would likely be a magnet for the multi-CPU servers and more powerful parallel supercomputers readily available in China.

Are there indications of supercomputer use in North Korea?

The year 2017 alone gives us an undisputable answer.

By accumulating ICBM ballistic missile tests, amounting to 9 in 9 months, the DPRK had launched 3 types of different ballistic missiles, completing before the year's end what Western analysts had previously deemed feasible only in 3 years of time, that is the Hwasong-15 ICBM, able to reach the mainland U.S.

Moreover, the DPRK has conducted simultaneously a sixth nuclear test, where it demonstrated a thermonuclear capability, with a yield of 250 kilotons.

A feat that only the Big Five of the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council had accomplished.

Therefore, the use of supercomputers is the only explanation.

The processors at the heart of these supercomputers are multicore CPUs arranged in parallel—yielding the kind of number crunching power needed to forecast the weather, create and attack communications ciphers, simulate nuclear bomb blasts, and design missiles, among other things.

8. Rare Earth Mineral Prerequisite For Supercomputer Dominance

As discussed above, the development of powerful enough supercomputer, that is the machines that can achieve military and scientific breakthroughs thanks to their enormous processing power, is instumental in the DPRK's rise as a global world's superpower.

According to the Top 500 list, published on Monday June 25, 2018, China has 206 supercomputers and is leading the U.S. by a record margin—82. The U.S. has just 124 machines on the list.

China emerged from having not a single supercomputer on the list in 2002 to becoming a dominant power—it has had the top supercomputer on the Top 500 list for the past five years.

The difference with China is that in the DPRK, these strategic assets are kept totally secret.

No need to add that such supercomputer research can not be conducted without a sufficient reserve of rare earth minerals, the sine qua non prerequisite in semiconductor industry.

Indeed, North Korea's 216 million tonne Jongju deposit, theoretically worth trillions of dollars, would more than double the current global known resource of REE oxides which according to the U.S. Geological Survey is pegged at 110 million tonnes.

This amounts to five times that of China's, the current world's first rare earth minerals exporter. Making Kim Jong Un's Korea the military powerhouse the most likely to first succeed in developing and fielding the largest armies of cyber warfare supercomputers.

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▲ 4. First world's reserve of Rare Earth Elements in the DPRK.


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4B. The U.S. will continue its beggar bowl's world tour, as long as it needs to import Rare Earth Elements (R.E.E.), only to stay afloat in the A.I. race.


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▲ 5. Official and ambitious goal of North Korea's space program, the exploitation of the lunar rare earths reserve.


9. Conclusion

Indeed the U.S. Dystopian Empire is only a paper tiger, a colossus with feet of clay, since day one of its take over.

The DPRK has the capability to simply put an end to the century-long Pax Americana, within an hour of conflict, thus starting the dawn of a multi-millennial long Pax Coreana, that will be reminded as the longest Golden Age of Humankind. At the discretion of its Supreme Leader, should He decide to do so, and at the time of His choosing.

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▲ 6. DPRK's Cyber WMD opening the dawn of the Pax Coreana.

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10. References
by admin at 03-19-2019, 08:31 PM
   
19-March-2019 Iran, Bushehr IMF
Iran has started construction of two additional sections as the extension of its Bushehr nuclear power plant, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, said yesterday.
Quoting Ali Akbar Salehi;
"Everything is moving ahead in an excellent manner," as saying by official IRNA news agency.

More than thousands of tons of concrete and cement have been used in constructions of the infrastructures of the two sections, and it is expected to see further progress in their construction in the coming months, Ali Akbari told reporters on the sidelines of the cabinet meeting on Monday.

Iran's first nuclear power plant in Bushehr was started in 1975 by Germany company but the work was stopped in 1979 after Islamic revolution,fact that Iranian nuclear program was starded between 1955-1965 is alwayes ignored by western media outlets when they speak or write about iran nuclear program.This fact doesn't fit in to US/Israel pushed narratives about Iranian nuclear program as tool to build nuclear weapons.
Construction process of 1,000-megawatt Bushehr nuclear power plant was finished by Russia in May 2011.

Later, Iran and Russia agreed to continue developing the Bushehr power plant. According to the agreement, the Bushehr Phase-2 will add two additional units with a cumulative output capacity of 2,100 megawatt.
by Galactic Penguin SST at 03-19-2019, 01:18 AM
The North Korean Counter Nuclear Weapon V1.1A

First posted 18 January 2019; Updated 19 March 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Hint at the North Korean-Iranian Counter Nuclear Weapon Program
3. History Of the Development Of Neutrino Counter Nuclear Weapons
3.1. Destruction of Nuclear Bombs Using Ultra-High Energy Neutrino Beam
3.2. Neutrino-Antineutrino Annihilation At The Z0 Pole Counter Nuclear Weapon
4. Rare Earth Mineral Prerequisite For Laser Researches
5. Conclusion

1. Introduction


The U.S. nuclear blackmail is only a paper tiger. The nuclear arms era started in 1945 was already superseded by directed energy weapons in the 1947s.

Today, the U.S. nuclear warheads pose no threats to the North Korean strategists.

As revealed back in 2016, this joint Iranian-North Korean directed energy weapon program is already advanced enough to be publicly leaked to outside OSINT analysts.

The neutrino-antineutrino annihilation at the Z0 pole counter nuclear weapon can not only destroy preemptively any nuclear warhead wherever it is located on earth, as far as the opposite side of the planet at 12,756 km and beyond.

But it can also engage any conventional target as well, static or moving, be it humans, robots, machines, depots, factories, submarines, CVs, bombers, missiles, etc...and at the near speed of light.

Unlike the obsolete ballistic missiles, it does not necessarily need to transit through air and space, but its beam of particles can simply follow any geodesic, thus directly penetrating through the earth crust and mantle, making it indefensible.

2. Hint at the North Korean-Iranian Counter Nuclear Weapon Program

Kamal al-Din (1267–1319) was the most prominent Persian author on optics. His research in this regard was based on theoretical investigations in dioptrics conducted on the so-called Burning Sphere.

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1. First hint at the Iranian-DPRK Counter Nuclear Weapon Program: rendering U.S. nukes no more than burning paper tigers. 주체105(2016)년 3월 4일


Galactic Penguin SST, post: 10312828, member: 186587 Wrote:To see the peace-loving North Korean people as warmongers, only shows how brainwashed one is, being exposed to the 24/7/365 hideous enemy's propaganda.

Indeed, the great Choson people has always stated that its legitimate and only goal was the right of peaceful coexistence among all nations.

As a proof of His goodwill, General Kim Jong Un will not hesitate to contribute to the world denuclearization, if He could in return obtain the withdrawal of all U.S. troops stationed in the Korean peninsula, and lead a reunified Federal Republic of Korea, formula first proposed by Kim Il Sung, another Great Person of the Mt. Paektu.

Moreover, Choson's treasured nuclear sword is nothing compared to its next and still top secret superweapon in development, and known only to a few outside of North Korea, as The Relativistic Through-Crust-and-Mantle (classified) particle WMD, unlocked by having mastered thermonuclear fusion technologies.

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2. DPRK Directed Energy Counter Nuclear Weapon Program. Uploaded on December 23, 2018.


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3. History Of the Development Of Neutrino Counter Nuclear Weapons

Hirotaka Sugawara et al. have first proposed in 2003, the use of a high energy neutrino beam to destroy nuclear weapons remotely. This hypothesized neutrino beam passes through the Earth and interacts with the nuclear materials inside of the distant nuclear weapon. This interaction can result in heating the nuclear material melting or damaging components of the device or potentially enabling remote detonation of an armed nuclear device.

The neutrino beam makes holding armed nuclear weapons more of a liability than a benefit, as an enemy armed with a neutrino weapon could consider remotely detonating them before they could be launched. Even if the bombs are not assembled, an enemy with a neutrino beam could simply render them useless over time. There is no known method of shielding against these beams.

However high energy neutrino beams themselves might be used as weapons. Sugawara also suggests that this technology can be used as a deadly weapon even against enemies that do not possess nuclear weapons. The neutrino beam can be aimed at people or places and the resulting hadron shower can be deadly. The weapon can be effective even against individuals in deep underground bunkers and other seemingly secure locations.

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3. A muon storage ring is used to accelerate larger particles, muons, to high energies. Muon collisions produce high energy neutrino beams that can be controlled and aimed.


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4. Neutrino beam passes through the Earth and interacts with the nuclear materials inside of the distant nuclear weapon.


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5. The neutrino beam can be aimed at people or places and the resulting hadron shower can be deadly.


Then in 2008, Alfred Tang et al. proposed an alternative idea for a neutrino counter nuclear weapon that shares some similarities with the idea presented by Hirotaka Sugawara et al. but is technologically feasible, relatively cheap and safe.

Tang's idea was to focus a neutrino beam and an antineutrino beam together in a small region to allow them to annihilate so that high energy radiations are released as reaction products.

3.1. Destruction of Nuclear Bombs Using Ultra-High Energy Neutrino Beam

Hirotaka Sugawara (Univ. of Hawaii), Hiroyuki Hagura (KEK), Toshiya Sanami (KEK)

(Submitted on 7 May 2003 (v1), last revised 29 Jun 2003 (this version, v2))

We discuss the possibility of utilizing the ultra-high energy neutrino beam (about 1000 TeV) to detect and destroy the nuclear bombs wherever they are and whoever possess them.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/0305062.pdf


3.2. Neutrino-Antineutrino Annihilation At The Z0 Pole Counter Nuclear Weapon

Alfred Tang

(Submitted on 26 May 2008 (v1), last revised 25 Jun 2013 (this version, v4))

Radiations produced by neutrino-antineutrino annihilation at the Z0 pole can be used to heat up the primary stage of a thermonuclear warhead and can in principle detonate the device remotely. Neutrino-antineutrino annihilation can also be used as a tactical assault weapon to target hideouts that are unreachable by conventional means.

I. INTRODUCTION

Nuclear weapon is the most destructive kind among weapons of mass destruction. Hiroshima and Nagasaki are lessons in history that shall never be repeated. Since the end of World War II, world leaders had tried to control the proliferation of nuclear weapons by political means such as the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty in 1968. Many countries did not sign the treaty. In fact it seems that more and more countries are pursuing nuclear weapon programs nowadays. After September 11, the concern is that nuclear weapons will fall into the hands of terrorists. Strategically speaking the importance of a counter nuclear weapon may soon rival that of the nuclear weapon itself. The purpose of this paper is to explore the possibility of a neutrino counter nuclear weapon technology. The idea of using neutrinos to detonate or melt a nuclear weapon was first proposed by H. Sugawara, H. Hagura and T. Sanami [1]. Their futuristic design is based on a 1 PeV neutrino beam operating at 50 GW. It is unlikely that such an intense ultra high energy neutrino beam can be realized in the near future. Even if such a neutrino beam is made available, its radiation hazard will render it politically nonviable. Other proposals such as installing neutron detectors at the border to intercept nuclear materials had been considered. The current trend of non-proliferation policy is focused on monitoring the production of fissile fuels. Research is being conducted to use anti-neutrino detectors to this end [2]. Anti-neutrinos are produced in nuclear fission through beta decay. They are indicators of the fissile fuel composition of the nuclear reactor. Neutrino signatures of the fissile fuels cannot be tampered with by virtue of the very small reaction cross section of neutrinos at low energy. On the other hand, the small reaction probability also means small detection probability so that large detectors are needed to detect them. A sample idea is to deploy hundreds of kilo-ton liquid scintillator detectors at 1000 km distance from the reactor to monitor the reactor anti-neutrino spectrum. The challenges of using anti-neutrino to monitor reactor are that (1) a rogue nation will not voluntarily allow IAEA to build anti-neutrino detectors around its reactors, (2) the number of anti-neutrino detectors must increase 4 folds for every doubling of reactor-detector distance, and (3) reactors are not needed if a rogue nation opts for uranium instead of plutonium bombs. For these reasons, anti-neutrino detectors are probably not the ultimate solution to non-proliferation. Another possible non-proliferation strategy is to develop a technology that counters nuclear weapons.

This paper proposes an alternative idea for a neutrino counter nuclear weapon that shares some similarities with the idea presented in Reference [1] but is technologically feasible, relatively cheap and safe. The present idea is to focus a neutrino beam and an antineutrino beam together in a small region to allow them to annihilate so that high energy radiations are released as reaction products. The radiations cause neutron spallation in the sub-critical nuclear material and initiate fission reactions. The plutonium heats up, ignites the chemical explosive around the fissile (fissionable material) in the primary stage of a thermonuclear warhead and subsequently detonates the nuclear weapon. The reason of thinking about neutrino for this application is that neutrino cannot be shielded. It can hit a target such as a nuclear submarine from the other side of the globe and can penetrate a deep underground concrete bunker and missile silo. Since neutrino can penetrate the planet to reach a nuclear weapon on the other side of the globe near the speed of light, a neutrino counter nuclear weapon is in principle untraceable and indefensible. It is suggested that a neutrino counter nuclear weapon is 100% effective [3].

The trade-off of developing a counter weapon is the introduction of a new weapon. If the new weapon is less destructive than the original weapon, an ethical argument can be made in support of its development. If remote detonation of a nuclear weapon is made possible by a neutrino counter weapon, a nuclear weapon in the homeland becomes a liability so that there is a real strategic incentive to reduce the stockpile. In that case, there will be a much more convincing political reason to promote non-proliferation. This work aims to study the theoretical feasibility of the neutrino counter nuclear weapon as a first step in this direction. The use of neutrino as a tactical assault weapon will also be discussed.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/0805.3991.pdf

Reference:
中微子武器有可能吗?国内研究现状如何?
https://lt.cjdby.net/thread-2523440-1-1.html

4. Rare Earth Mineral Prerequisite For Laser Researches

As discussed above, the development of powerful enough Laser Wakefield Accelerators (LWA) is critical and at the core of this technology. No need to add that such laser research can not be conducted without a sufficient reserve of rare earth minerals, the sine qua non prerequisite in high energy physics.

Indeed, North Korea's 216 million tonne Jongju deposit, theoretically worth trillions of dollars, would more than double the current global known resource of REE oxides which according to the US Geological Survey is pegged at 110 million tonnes.

This amounts to five times that of China's, the current world's first rare earth minerals exporter. Making Kim Jong Un's Korea the military powerhouse the most likely to first succeed in developing and fielding such a new class of WMDs.

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6. First world's reserve of Rare Earth Elements in the DPRK.



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7. The U.S. will continue its beggar bowl's world tour, as long as it needs to import Rare Earth Elements (R.E.E.), only to stay afloat in the A.I. race.



5. Conclusion

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8. The Three Great Powers of the Next World Order: Pole Position for the DPRK in the A.I. race, opening the dawn of the Pax Coreana.

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