The United Nations is arguing the Lynne studies, done in 1977, which claims Asians have an I.Q. of 105 after North Korea's disastrous nuclear blunder.
North Korean scientist have discovered that constant nuclear testing in North Korea has contaminated their underground water systems with high levels of nuclear radiation.
Trees and wild animals are showing signs of high levels of radioactive contamination.
There is also reports from Pyongyang that millions of North Koreans are showing signs of mild radiation poisoning.
United Nation officials are claiming that the soil in North Korea will be contaminated for millions of years to come, and it could cause DNA defects in future generations of Koreans.
North Korea defied world powers and carried out another underground test Monday of a nuclear bomb comparable to those that obliterated Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The incident drew condemnation and set the communist regime up for harsh criticism.