Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Pyongyang will arm with hydrogen bombs soon


North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun reported on May 12, 2010 that the Scientists of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) have succeeded in nuclear fusion reaction.

Since 1950s, human beings have mastered the technology of uncontrolled fusion reactions to made Hydrogen bombs. Nowadays, scientists are trying to handle the technology of controlled fusion reactions, which can be used as a new energy resource.

Whether North Korea will use fusion reaction technology to develop new energy or not, one thing is certain that North Korea has had the ability to design and made thermonuclear weapons---hydrogen bombs.

A hydrogen bomb explosion is a thermonuclear explosion caused by uncontrolled fusion reactions ignited by an atomic bomb explosion (fission reactions). The explosion is way much powerful than that of an atomic bomb.