The latest nuclear missile attempt by North Korea has inexplicably exploded while being studied on a modeling program on a Macintosh personal computer, sources inside North Korea have reported.
A spokesman for the source said he had "really never seen anything like it" and added that the "computer just exploded, catapulted itself out the window and landed in a small man made pond on the testing grounds."
The computer program used, called "North Korea Makes the Super Missile Design for the Superiority of the Republic 2.0" may have been at fault, some think, but the situation needs more research by the government, which is already saying that the explosion is clear proof that even "the computers in our strong and virtuous nation are to be feared."
Government sources say that such things happen often and such weapons are so strong and intimidating that just designing them is dangerous. They hastened to add that even though many of their weapons explode when tested, "an enemy of our great country wouldn't be very happy if the missiles exploded in their country instead of here! So think around that occurrence!"
The designer of the most recent missile was reportedly on vacation for "rest, recuperation and light beatings."