This post was edited by abcfirst at 2018-1-17 11:49
How can something as serious as a warning of a Korean nuclear attack be due to any kind of mistake? In Hawaii, then later, in Japan? What good are the warnings then? How credible are the responses, if they should respond in kind? The world is not going to end with a bang, or a whimper, but rather, almost assuredly, because of a false alarm.
First, we are being told by the press that the alarm in Hawaii is a fake, due to a mistake. Next, we are told by the press that the mistake was also a fake, because there is no such button anyone could push to send out the alarm (there were supposedly five buttons to be pushed by five different people, so the chance of a mistake, even if as gross as due to the flipping of a coin, would be equal to (0.5)^5, which is 0.03125, about 3%).
Now if the alarm is supposed to be a fake, and the fakeness of the alarm is also a fake, then the alarm has to be real.
So, what really happened? Your theory that they were actual drills makes the most sense.