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Israel 'only state in Middle East that actually has nukes’: Analysts denounce Bibi’s Iran WMD claim
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is the wrong person to accuse Iran of seeking nuclear weapons as his country has repeatedly refused to join any non-proliferation treaties which equates it to North Korea, Middle East experts told RT.

Israel and its PM “are in no position to accuse Iran of anything, they’re not part of the nuclear deal, they’re not even a member [of the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty],” said Hamed Mousavi, Professor of Political Science at the University of Tehran.

The analyst then commented on Netanyahu’s well-rehearsed Monday show, in which he claimed Israel has incriminating evidence that Iran is pursuing a nuclear program in violation of the milestone 2015 deal. He noted the only entity in the world authorized to declare Iranian compliance or non-compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal is the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Mousavi went further, saying Netanyahu was “a serial liar,” also citing a 2011 microphone leak incident, in which former French President Nicolas Sarkozy reportedly spoke lowly of the Israeli premier.

“I can’t stand him,” he told Barack Obama, in what was believed to be a confidential discussion. The Frenchman also accused Netanyahu of constantly lying. Obama’s reply was: “You're fed up with him, but I have to deal with him every day!”

“And we also have to remember the timing, I mean, this is coming less than two weeks before Trump makes a decision regarding if the United States wants to stay in the deal,” the expert said, noting that “Israel is the only regime in the region that actually has nuclear weapons.”

Israel is believed to possess nuclear weapons, though its officials have never officially denied nor admitted to having weapons of mass destruction. On the latest occasion, nuclear weapon proliferation experts Robert S. Norris and Hans M. Kristensen claimed in the renowned Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists back in 2013 that the Jewish state stopped producing nuclear warheads back in 2004 once it reached around 80 projectiles.

However, the country can easily double its arsenal since it has enough fissile material to build at least another 115 munitions, experts say.

In Mousavi’s view, if Donald Trump decides to come out of the nuclear accord, it would kill the deal. Iran could not afford complying with it because of US threats to sanction any company – not only American ones – that do business with the Islamic Republic. “And I think this is what Israel wants,” he concluded.

Dr. Maged Botros, Head of Political Science department at Helwan University in Egypt, emphasized that Netanyahu “repeatedly refused to sign the Nonproliferation Treaty,” which puts it “in the same position as North Korea.”

Netanyahu’s presentation has been “a setup for [US President Donald] Trump,” Botros said, suggesting the Israeli allegations could be a solution for the US President to throw away the 2015 deal.

The Egyptian expert recalled former US State Secretary Colin Powell, who claimed back in 2003 that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. “It proved to be false, now the history repeats itself,” he said.

North Korea accused Israel of having a nuclear arsenal last year, calling it a threat to peace in the Middle East. “Israel is the only illegal possessor of nukes in the Middle East under the patronage of the US. However, Israel vociferated about the nuclear deterrence of the DPRK, slandering it, whenever an opportunity presented itself,” the Foreign Ministry said at the time.

'Infamous liar': Iran blasts Netanyahu for claims Tehran had nuclear weapons program
Calling the Israeli premier “an infamous liar” and head of a “child-killing Zionist regime,” Iran has furiously denounced an elaborate presentation by Benjamin Netanyahu, in which he accused Tehran of seeking nuclear weapons.

In a statement Tuesday, Iran’s Foreign Ministry blasted Monday’s claims by a “broke and infamous liar who has had nothing to offer except lies and deceits.” It accused Israel of “using battered charlatanism” and viewing others as a threat to justify the existence of their “illegal regime.”

“Netanyahu and the notorious, child-killing Zionist regime must have reached the basic understanding that the people of the world have enough awareness and cognizance,” said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Bahram Qassemi,

In a series of tweets, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also ridiculed Netanyahu’s accusations, noting the “coordinated timing of alleged intelligence revelations by the boy who cries wolf just days before May 12.” On that day President Donald Trump is expected to decide whether the US should stay in the landmark 2015 nuclear deal inked by five world powers as well as Iran.

Earlier on Monday, Netanyahu presented a massive bookcase filled with folders, claiming they contained top-secret files on Iran's nuclear program he dubbed Project Amad.
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New water-based battery can store wind and solar energy for pennies

New water-based battery can store wind and solar energy for pennies
Scientists have developed a water-based battery that can store power generated by wind and solar energy. The battery could solve issues with storing renewable energy, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, and it will be cheap.

Stanford scientists revealed the manganese-hydrogen battery in a research paper published in the journal Nature on Monday. The battery has the ability to store wind and solar energy until it’s needed.

The prototype battery is three inches tall and generates 20 milliwatt-hours of electricity. Although the output is currently modest, the researchers are confident they can apply the prototype to an industrial-grade level that could allow the battery to be recharged up to 10,000 times. This would give the battery a decade-long lifespan.

“We believe this prototype technology will be able to meet Department of Energy (DOE) goals for [making] utility-scale electrical storage practical,” explained Yi Cui, a professor of materials science at Stanford.

The battery uses a reversible electron exchange reaction to store the energy, using cheap manganese sulfate, or industrial salt. The salt is dissolved in water, where it can interact with electrons coming into the battery.

“What we've done is thrown a special salt into water, dropped in an electrode, and created a reversible chemical reaction that stores electrons in the form of hydrogen gas,” Cui said.

Cui hopes to patent the process as the team works to reduce the cost of the battery.

“We have identified catalysts that could bring us below the $100-per-kilowatt-hour DOE target,” he said.

The development would nearly half battery costs, with lithium ion battery packs currently priced at around $209/kilowatt-hour.
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US troops to remain in South Korea even if peace treaty signed with North – Moon

US troops to remain in South Korea even if peace treaty signed with North – Moon
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday that US troops will remain on the peninsula even if a peace agreement with the North is reached, saying their presence has “nothing to do with signing peace treaties.

“US troops stationed in South Korea are an issue regarding the alliance between South Korea and the United States. It has nothing to do with signing peace treaties,” Moon’s spokesperson Kim Eui-kyeom said at a press conference.

The statement came in response to a Foreign Affairs magazine article written by presidential adviser, Moon Cung-in, in which he stated that it would be “difficult to justify [US forces] continuing presence in South Korea,” if peace is concluded with the North. The spokesperson warned the adviser “not to cause any more confusion” with such comments.

The discussion regarding US troops in Korea follows Friday’s historic meeting between Moon and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, which resulted in the two signing an agreement in favor of the Korean peninsula’s “complete denuclearization.” The summit marked the first time leaders of the divided nation have met in 11 years, and the first time a North Korean leader has entered the South since 1953.

North Korea previously signaled its readiness to denuclearize at a meeting between Kim and Chinese President Xi Jinping last month, noting that it would require a “security guarantee,” according to a report by the Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun. What the guarantee implied remains unclear, as North Korea reportedly dropped its long-held demand for US troop withdrawal, at least according to Moon’s public statement in late April.

The US has already expressed its intention to make North Korea take “irreversible” steps towards denuclearization, without guaranteeing any concession in relation to its military presence.

CIA Director and newly appointed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo identified the Trump administration’s “objective” with regard to North Korea as “complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization” in an ABC News interview.

In a separate interview with Fox News, US National Security Advisor John Bolton stated that the 2003 agreement to eliminate Libya’s weapons of mass destruction program could serve as a model for the North Korea negotiations.

“We have very much in mind the Libya model from 2003, 2004. There are obviously differences. The Libyan program was much smaller, but that was basically the agreement that we made,” Bolton said.

Former Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi agreed to dismantle the country’s nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of imposed Western sanctions. In 2011, he was killed by a NATO-led bombing of the country, which led to a civil war and Islamist terrorism groups rising in the region.

At the historic Korean summit, Kim and Moon agreed to establish a direct telephone line between their executive offices, through which they will “hold frequent and candid discussions on issues vital to the nation,” according to the declaration they signed. President Moon is also set to visit Pyongyang this fall, months after US President Donald Trump’s anticipated meeting with Kim in the coming weeks.
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皆さん よく観察しておられますが もう一歩です






姫路市 姫路総合庁舎のMPについても
2018年3月16日 施設内で機器を移設しました。

「2018年4月6日 神戸市兵庫区 県健康生活科学研究所から神戸市須磨区 県立工業技術センターにモニタリングポストを移設。

「神戸市の空間線量率が1か月で3倍弱に上昇 原因は??」
「すみません MPの移転があったようです」と書き加えます。


「ずくなしろくでなし爺 ありがとう! 知らなかったわ。

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信じがたい すさまじい汚染に引用した着衣の汚染情報は、管理人は確かな、信頼性のある情報だと確信しています。













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※ おしどり♀マコリーヌ @makomelo氏の2018/5/2のツイート
これじゃい!すごかろ?DELIくんは、測り続けて、説明し続けて、議会でも市役所でも、一目置かれる存在になってるのです!! @Sannensei

※ (食べないで応援) @nouseforaryo氏の2018/3/25のツイート






















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Russia: All Conditions Ready for Return of Syria to Unified, Integral State
TEHRAN (FNA)- All preconditions have been met to restore Syria as a unified state, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said, adding that the goal can be achieve with the help of strategic partners.

Speaking to defense ministers of the other Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states on Tuesday, Shoigu expressed the belief that all conditions have been created for the revival of Syria as a unified, integral state, massdar news reported.

"But to achieve this goal, it is necessary that not only Russia makes efforts, but also other members of the world community make them … We count on the support of the SCO member states,’ the defense minister added.

Russia has repeatedly stated that the social restoration and political reunification of Syria requires a joint military-diplomatic effort which takes into consideration the concerns of all parties – internal and external – involved.

※ Ian56 @Ian56789氏の2018/4/26のツイート
Russian Defence Ministry: Had the Syrian facilities attacked by the US, UK and France indeed been chemical plants and labs, tens of thousands of people would've died. It is obvious there were no chemical weapons there.
Such disregard for the lives of Syrians is perplexing

Russian Navy Transports More Military Equipment to Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian Navy recently made another large delivery of military supplies to Syria, adding to their already significant amount of weapons in the country.

According to the Bosphorous Observer’s Yoruk Isik, the Russian flag ship RORO Sparta III crossed the Bosphorous Strait in order to head towards their destination at the Port of Tartus, the AMN reported.

The Russian Navy has made this long trip from their port-city of Novorossiysk to the Port of Tartus on a number of occasions this year.

Typically, the Russian Navy transports heavy military cargo that is later delivered to the Syrian Army.
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