The NYT ran a story today in their Science section.
Quote from the article:
“On April 8, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited the desert site, and Iran released 48 photographs of the tour, providing the first significant look inside the atomic riddle.”
Take a look - Read it. The photos hold the key to Iran’s Nuke Riddle. There are many with very good accounts of how advanced Iran’s Nuke program is. The one picture that did take me by surprise is the one below..
NYT Caption: Mr. Aghazadeh, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, in front of empty stands for new centrifuges in the pilot plant. In the background, a cascade of IR-2 machines appears to be undergoing installation in an area that previously held P-1 centrifuges. Historically, the Iranians have used the pilot plant to test new centrifuge technology before its introduction into the buried halls, which are meant for mass production and industrial-scale enrichment.
Back in November of 2007, Iran says it had 3,000 centrifuges working.
On April 8th 2008, they install 6000 more.
The picture above shows many more holes where many more are to be placed, how blind can the rest of the world be in regards to what Iran’s plans truly are, with their nuclear ambitions? More importantly, how much time is left to put a halt to it before its to late?