Iranian nuke plot vaporized in the city: NY banks unwittingly aided in material transfers, says DA | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Iranian nuke plot vaporized in the city: NY banks unwittingly aided in material transfers, says DA

The Manhattan district attorney's office has smashed a sinister plot to smuggle nuclear weapons materials to Iran through unwitting New York banks, the Daily News has learned.

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When you read further down you find out that the materials in question are aluminum, tungsten copper, and steel. The real giveaway is the copper tungsten plate. I am not sure where it would be used in a missile guidance system, but where it is most commonly used is in fabricating mechanical components that are used in high temperature environments. By varying the ratio of copper to tungsten you can change the rate of thermal expansion. This makes copper tungsten an ideal material for mechanical connections between very hot items and items operating at lower temperatures.

Such as you find in power stations.

This story about the metals actually ran some time ago and did not get any traction. But if they are trying to resurrect this one, it means the push for war in Iran is back on, at least in certain quarters!

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