A top expert on electromagnetic pulse weapons believes the latest nuclear test by North Korea was a type of H-bomb.
1/7/16 – While North Korea on Wednesday was hyperbolically bragging about having exploded a test hydrogen bomb, some nuclear weapons experts were downplaying the event because of its low-kiloton yield and relatively small seismic wave.
In fact, the White House said the results from various monitors simply weren’t consistent with a hydrogen bomb, which can be far more powerful than an atomic bomb.
But one top specialist says the monitor results and North Korea’s claims align fully with the scenario of a device designed for a low yield, yet emitting an enhanced amount of gamma rays.
Expert, Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, who served on the former Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack, told Secrets that the yield of the North Korean explosion is well within the requirements of a Super-EMP weapon.
Pry said Pyongyang’s latest test, which followed three others each in the range of 10 kilotons or less, was “another kind of H-Bomb,” a neutron bomb, or enhanced radiation weapon such as a super-EMP weapon.
“Neutron bombs or Enhanced Radiation Weapons such as Super-EMP weapons are essentially very low-yield H-Bombs, that typically have yields of 1-10 kilotons, just like the North Korean device,” said Pry, executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security.
This is also interesting for another reason: it is yet another box checked on the list of prophetic signs to watch for because of something called a neutron bomb.
We’ve had the technology since the 70’s; it was invented by nuclear physicist Samuel Cohen. And it has the exact effect of what is described in Zechariah 14:12 which says:
I found an interesting interview with Mr. Cohen from ’97.
This weapon has been brought to the forefront and the timing is very interesting.