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Did North Korea really achieve clean fusion?  (Source: Lee Jin-Man/Associated Press)

Inside the reactor core of one of North Korea's nuclear plants  (Source: AP)
Many scientists are discounting that the secretive dictatorship made a true breakthrough





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RE: Good grief
By incogneato on 6/25/2010 12:06:52 AM , Rating: 0
Agreed. Jason Mick has single-handedly gotten me to stop visiting this site. Long time DailyTech reader here, using other sources thanks to him and his lack of professionalism both grammatically and in integrity (he is way too opinionated to be a journalist).


RE: Good grief
By Myrandex on 6/25/2010 11:30:17 AM , Rating: 2
Somehow I don't believe you...given the fact that your post exists :)


RE: Good grief
By abel2 on 6/27/2010 12:28:55 PM , Rating: 2
Agreed. It amazes me the fact that people will complain about how certain articles make them hate coming to visit this website, and yet they take the time to post these complaints. Hypocrisy at it's best.

If you do not enjoy reading the articles on dailytech, you should more than likely stop reading the articles and go visit a site that is more suited to your 'englishnazi' ways, or your distorted party line views.

Personally I like to read comments about the article in question, and not snide comments about the writer or his/her personal writing style. We are not here to learn about a particular persons writing or education, we are here to absorb information. If you cannot absorb that information because of a few misspellings or incorrect word usage then you are quite ignorant.


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