Bombing nuclear-tipped bombs are now no longer have to be launched into the target with missiles between countries or between continents. Simply put bombs on passenger jets and cargo planes full of passengers navigate to the target.

"There are such tendencies. That's why the U.S. government is now very careful about the cargo," said Robert E Kelley, an American nuclear scientist.

It was mentioned by Kelley in a discussion about Burma's nuclear ambitions at the Hotel Akmani, Jl Wahid Hasyim, Central Jakarta, Thursday (28/10/2010).

Kelley is a former director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). He has 30 years experience in the U.S. Nuclear Complex. Kelly also has field experience inspecting nuclear weapons in Iraq, South Africa and Libya.

"We can not check one by one built-in cargo carefully. Try to imagine, how many thousands of planes that fly every day," explained Kelley.

Related to Burma's nuclear ambitions, Kelley assess the current Burma, yet can make a bomb. But this is what they are preparing now.

"Imagine a plane flying from Rangoon. Bringing a nuclear bomb in its cargo and full of passengers to go to one place," he explained.