A WEAPON WITHOUT A TARGET?
From the New York Post and also thanks to Freeper for the tip:
"South Korea prepared to bomb the North’s electrical grid"
"South Korea is prepared to use non-lethal graphite bombs — also known as 'blackout bombs' — to short-circuit the North’s electrical grid in the event of a nuclear war, according to a report."
The bomb works by spreading a cloud of extremely fine, chemically treated carbon graphite filaments over electric facilities, military sources told South Korea’s Yonhap news agency.
PROBLEM WITH ALL THIS IS THAT NORTH KOREA DOES NOT HAVE A ELECTRICAL GRID TO SPEAK OF IN THE MODERN SENSE!!
The famous image of the Korean peninsula as taken from a satellite during hours of darkness. Very striking the contrast. South Korea [ROK] a well-lit industrialized and highly urbanized modern society. North Korea almost totally devoid of any man-made illumination other than the capital city of Pyongyang. The South [ROK] prosperous and developed. The North [DPRK] backward, feudal, primitive. On one side of the demarcation line [DMZ] light, on the other side darkness. Literally and figuratively!! Incidentally those blotches of light on the right side middle of the image a commercial fleet fishing for squid!
"What is the way to the abode of light? And where does darkness reside?" - - Job 38:1.