I found this article about two weeks ago but, until today, I hadn't seen it available in the internet.
It's rather timely, too, as quite a bit of time was devoted to "nuclear proliferation" during the recent, vice presidential debate.
Look, The Turd is not a psychic, a soothsayer, a witch or a nuclear scientist. So, I have absolutely no freaking idea if the information provided by the author is credible or accurate. From a layman's perspective, though, it certainly seems like it is. If there are any actual nuclear scientists in the audience, perhaps they can share their expertise with the community and either confirm or deny the specifics of the article.
Please, I must ask once again that you avoid the temptation to hijack this thread into 9/11 & Iran vs Israel stuff. I present this material because I think it is important and I believe it requires your full consideration as you prepare for the turbulent events that seem to be coming over the horizon very soon.
"THE SEPTEMBER 11 ATTACKS brought to global public consciousness the fear that rogue nations might use nuclear weapons or transfer them to terrorist groups, or that terrorists might themselves make a nuclear bomb. The first fear has far more foundation than does the second. The good news is that it is very hard to make bombs; the bad news is that it is not impossible.
The magnitude of the nuclear threat posed by a terrorist state or a terrorist group sponsored by such a state can be shown via certain metrics—call them metrics of mass destruction. But let’s begin with baseline concepts....