Is it true that everyone in North Korea has the same car?
No, most people in North Korea do not own any car at all. Almost all cars in North Korea are owned by the government.
North Korea has no true deserts.
North Korea has no true deserts.
no, north korea is considerably lets prosperous.
North Korean has no true deserts.
Famine and poor economy & Socialist regime are true!
Is it true that north Korea and south Korea were unified into a single nation at the end of the war?
No and they are still seprate countries
Yes it is TRUE
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Yes, but the U.S. failed to end the communist regime in North Korea.
No, it's not true that everyone has the same size heart. Heart size is variable, depending on the state of one's health and fitness.
North Korea is a Communist Country run along the Stalinist lines of communism. Though true communist ideology is democratic, Stalinism runs contradictory to this in many ways
Is it true that The Korean conflict staged Americans and North Koreans against the Chinese and South Koreans?
No, the UN, (including the US), and South Korea were fighting North Korea and China, (who had some help from the Soviet Union).
North Korea is a communist state and its "religion" is atheism. Those who follow a true religion are usually persecuted, so it can't be stated for certain which other religions might be "underground." Answer: Juche is the political communist ideology utilized in North Korea which is practiced with similar fervor to a religion.
It is not true. They do have phones, both mobile and landline, and even have access to modern technology like iPhones. However, they are very strictly controlled by the government. North Korean phones are unable to call phones outside of North Korea, they cannot access the internet, and, presumably, all conversations are closely monitored by the government.
no It points to magnetic north, which is not exactly the same as true north.
Was it true that eusebio scored 5 goals against North Korea in the quarter finals of the 1966 world cup?
No. Eusebio scored a hat-trick (3 goals) in a 5-3 win, after North Korea have been 3-0 up.
Nope. Everything in North Korea is under the complete control of the government. The only ones allowed to hve firearms are trained soldiers, officials, and friends of the state. Very little is known about the true nature of North Korea, but this is the most realistic guess.
Statistics do support the idea that this is true; however, it's not true for everyone.
A: Everyone should belong(although without compulsion) to the same religion, whatever that religion is, if there is provable and unarguable evidence that that religion is both true and the only true religion. In the absence of such evidence, everyone should be free to choose what religion, if any, that he or she belongs to.
South Korea did not initiate an invasion of North Korea. The Korean War was initially started by the invasion of an ill-prepared South Korea by the (North) Korean People's Army on June 25th, 1950. This was because North Korean leader Kim Il Sung wanted to unite the two factions of Korea that had been developed under the division of responsibility for postwar occupation forces between the US and Soviet Union. It is true that after… Read More
because it to differentiate between magnetic north and its self true north this is because every 12000 years or so the magnetic poles of the earth switch sides so if you were to use a compass it would point south as of next year some time. Also true north does actually change to but only in accordance to the movement of the earth and in any case stays roughly in the same direction true north… Read More
No. True North is the geographic location, while magnetic North is where your compass might point to.
North Korea is communist -- A few reasons. As stated above, North Korea is a Communist country. There is nothing a capitalist fears more than communism, as it would mean the loss of all their wealth and power. US rulers want to make sure no communist country succeeds, lest those political ideas "infect" the US. North Korea defies the US. Only the US and its friends are allowed to have satellites and nuclear weapons, but… Read More
True north relates to what we consider the north pole. However the axis on magnetic terms isn't in the same location. Magnetic north is still north but there is an angle difference between the two.
Nothing. The truth is, they have always been different.
True Answer: Communist is a broad term to describe several approaches to the socialist ideas of Marx and Lenin. North Korea describes its political system a s Juche a separate approach to rule from Marxist-Leninist thinking. Many would describe the government as Stalinist or Maoist. Others feel the government is a reflection of the personality of Kim Jong Il.
Korea has no true deserts.
Not exactly. The magnetic North Pole is near to the true North Pole but not exactly the same point.
Peace talks began the day North Korea invaded the south (June 25th 1950.) and continued till hostilities ceased in 1953. Unfortunately a true peace was never found and North Korea continues to bluster and threaten till this day.
Is it true that at the end of World War 2 Korea was divided into the communists south and non communist north along the 38th parallel?
No other way around
In HSC studies, and any study for that fact, only use MAGNETIC north as it remains constant and actually allows the latitude and longitude system of positioning to function. True north is marked by stars and hence is not always exactly the same where as magnetic north will always show the same results.
no Answer: Yes, usually. There are different norths. True, or geodetic north at the north pole. Grid north (the direction northwards along the grid lines of a map projection). Astronomical north varies slightly from geodetic north. And, magnetic north which is different yet from the other norths.
North Korea is the only country using it right now. Not true. China, Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam also are communist.
In North Korea, the leadership is a hereditary dictatorship (Complete power from parent to sibling). Leaders are chosen by the current leader before their time of death. For example the current leader is Kim Jong-il, and he hasn't formally announced it (But it is speculated to be true) that his heir is Kim Jong-un. Hope this helps!
No, true north is literally a straight line from where ever you are to the north pole, where as magnetic north is what a compass will point to and there are places on earth where if you where to just use a compass you would go around in circles. There are special charts with tables of deviation and variation of the magnetic field for navigating around the world.
In 1945 Korea became indipendent from Japan. But right after that, USSR and US decided to put Korea under the trustee. Half north was under the USSR, and half south was under the US. Actually trustee wasn't realized but it is true north was in the control of USSR and south was in the control of US. In 1948, all efforts to become one were failed and there was a general election in ONLY south… Read More
Real north and geographical north are the same thing. True north and magnetic north are different. The North Pole is at the top center and magnetic north is a little off.
That everyone has the same rights, by which their creator gave them, and that a true strong government is in the people
Actually the compass needle should point to true north all the time - it's just that "true north" and "accepted human standard of the North Pole" aren't the same thing. Due to the currents in the earth's mantle, true north and true south can move around over time. The compass needle will point to where it is at currently, but this may not be where humans have agreed to called the location of the North… Read More
It was a success because the mission was accomplished; the communists were stopped; and the Republic of South Korea was preserved. It was never a failure. THAT IS NOT TRUE! Gosh people... North Korea is STILL COMMUNISM, and if you need to know if FOR the US it was a success then DON'T ask Answer.com! NO offense but there are SO MANY ignorant people that DON'T know what to say! NORTH KOREA IS STILL COMMUNIST… Read More
It is measured exactly the same in the Southern hemisphere (no difference between the two hemispheres). It is the difference between magnetic north and true north and it varies all over the globe. Magnetic declination (also called magnetic variation) is positive when magnetic north is east of true north (clockwise) and it is negative when magnetic north is west of true north (anti-clockwise).
You can, it is super strict, can be expensive and they only take a small number a year, it a well rehearsed 'show' in the North. You don't really get to see the true North Korea. You can also go on a DMZ trip, pretty much an all day trip to the border. Again, this is really strict but is a great day out! You can see the famous tunnel made by the North as… Read More
This refers to starving children in Korea because every person that has money and can afford food lives in Pyongyang, which is where you want to live if you were in the country. If you're outside of Pyongyang, you can expect to see tens of thousands of chronically malnourished children. True story.
Answer 1 The history of North Korea formally begins with the establishment of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in 1948. In the aftermath of the Japanese occupation of Korea which ended with Japan's defeat in World War II in 1945, Korea was divided at the 38th parallel in accordance with a United Nations arrangement, to be administered by the Soviet Union in the north and the United States in the south. The Soviets… Read More
Whether or not the North Korean people support the Kim Dynasty is hotly debated by experts on North Korea. The North Korean government uses incredibly high levels of propaganda and totalitarian repression over the people and most North Korean citizens will say that they do support the Kim Dynasty. However, the debate comes from whether or not (1) North Koreans are genuinely brainwashed into believing the propaganda or (2) North Koreans oppose the Kim Dynasty… Read More
No. True north is the direction of earth's pole, 90 degrees north latitude. The pole is the axis upon which earth rotates. Magnetic north is the magnetic pole generated by the vast reservoirs of metal within the body of the earth. Magnetic north moves a little because the earth is very geologically active.
God is not true to everyone because not all people believe in him. And God is true to whoever believes in him. So he can be true to you too if you believe.
The Geographic / True North (as shown on globes) is not the same as the magnetic north. Quote from a website: True North is the direction of a meridian of longitude which converges on the North Pole. Magnetic North is the direction indicated by a magnetic compass. Magnetic North moves slowly with a variable rate and currently is west of Grid North in Great Britain.
Some of the parts are true, some are not.