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So a second boat — a long, wooden dugout canoe — will follow later carrying most of their supplies: boxes of traps and test tubes, a portable centrifuge, jerrycans of gasoline, a 25-kilogram sack of rice and lots of bottled water.
When limits on Iran's uranium enrichment or centrifuge production expire, Iran may be able to send a nuclear warhead to the US, as North Korea can now, Haley said.
Critics say the prospect that Iran could set its nuclear centrifuges spinning again with few restrictions within years is one of the accord’s weakest provisions.
Only recently has our relationship to the art and science of it been spun out — like peas in Myhrvold's centrifuge — into its component parts, reconceived, distilled.
The Stuxnet computer virus, suspected to be made by the U.S. and Israel, destroyed Iranian centrifuges.
Since 2006, Saw had given patients hormones to boost the number of stem cells in their bloodstream, drawn their blood and then spun that blood in a centrifuge machine to separate out the good stuff—the actual cells.
United Nations nuclear inspectors have said Iran worked to resolve the heavy water issues, has remained in compliance with centrifuge provisions and hasn’t intimidated inspectors.
Stuxnet was a joint U.S.-Israeli operation that successfully infiltrated Iran's Natanz nuclear facility, and used malicious code to destroy a fifth of Iran's uranium centrifuges in 2010.
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