EXCLUSIVE North Korean nuclear missile tests could easily stray off target and accidentally hit a neighboring country, sparking World War Three, warns former NASA scientist

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
By Paul Martin

Dr David Baker said North Korea is taking ‘considerable risks’ with missile tests
If a rocket malfunctioned and hit a neighbouring country, ‘it would be considered an act of war, whether it contained a warhead or not’
That would likely spark all-our war, dragging other world powers into the conflict
He warned the situation on the Korean Peninsula is radpily becoming more dangerous than the Cuban Missile Crisis

29 November 2017

A former NASA scientist has warned that North Korea is just one mistake away from sparking World War Three.

Dr David Baker, who advised the Reagan administration during the Cold War, spoke out after Kim Jong-un tested his most powerful ICMB to date which puts most of the world within range.

Dr Baker said the dictator is taking ‘considerable’ risks with such tests which could see a missile malfunction and veer off-target.

‘This is quite dangerous given the proximity of peripheral states who would accept as a declaration of war any stray missile hitting their territory, whether it carried a warhead or not,’ he said.

‘The risk is considerable. Even technologically advanced nations struggle to keep these missiles on track.’

He pointed to the example of a British test off Cape Canaveral last year when a ballistic missile had to be destroyed after it was accidentally launched at America, rather than into open waters near Africa.

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