North Korea has improved facilities that will provide the raw materials for 6 nuclear bombs per year:
That project, believed to have been expanded significantly, is likely the source of up to 150 kilograms (330 pounds) of highly enriched uranium a year, said Siegfried Hecker, a leading expert on the North's nuclear program.
That quantity is enough for roughly six nuclear bombs, Hecker, who toured the North's main Yongbyon nuclear facility in 2010, wrote in a report on the 38 North website of Johns Hopkins University in Washington published on Monday.
Added to an estimated 32- to 54 kilogram plutonium stockpile, the North will have sufficient fissile material for about 20 bombs by the end of 2016, Hecker said.
North Korea doesn't yet have a nuclear warhead design perfected. But they are getting closer.
And broke North Korea I believe will sell some of them to recently enriched Iran.
Have a super sparkly day.