Russia has “super weapons” that it can use against America

Russia has “super weapons” that it can use against America

(Planet Today) As the possibility of an open war with Russia looms, it is necessary for America to get to know some of Russia’s “super weapons” or high-technology weapons.

Russia had over a decade to achieve a technological edge over America since the Obama administration started dismantling the U.S. military. America is on the verge of war in various theaters of operation against a formidable Russian military.

Take a look at some of Russia’s “super weapons” that it can use against the United States.

Scalar weapons

The creation of scalar waves requires connecting electromagnetic light waves of identical frequencies to make a third, completely-different electromagnetic (EM) wave with drastically different properties. The scalar beam was described by Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla as “a wave of sound in the non-material ether.”

Scalar waves can travel faster than the speed of light. Unlike “standard” EM waves, the scalar wave can pass through matter without facing any resistance.

When employed, these weapons can create either an explosive effect from vast distances.

Scalar technology can be used to destroy enemy missiles before they reach their final velocity and trajectory.

The scalar weapons can also produce artificial earthquakes. Some think scalar weapons caused the earthquake that shut down China Lake, a top-secret naval research facility.

Hypersonic missiles

This kind of weapon delivery system brings nuclear warfare into a whole new domain, and the Russians are way ahead of Americans in terms of hypersonic missiles. They have integrated them into their armed forces and are consistently constructing more missiles for their stockpiles.

The Kinzhal air-launched hypersonic cruise missile is already in the service of the Russian Air Force, with the MiG-31 Foxhound interceptor carrying and firing it. The Kinzhal reportedly improved its range from 1,200 miles to more than 1,800 miles and is capable of traveling 10 times the speed of sound.

It can be maneuvered in mid-flight, which means that Russian reconnaissance aircraft and satellites can guide the missile away from areas with high concentrations of air defense.

Russia also has the Avangard, a nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that can glide hypersonically at a speed of 20 times the speed of sound. It is capable of flying at low levels and evades all known air defense measures.

The Poseidon

The Poseidon is a nuclear “drone” submarine able to carry a 100-megaton weapon.

It is particularly designed to attack a nation’s coastline and its warhead could produce a “nuclear tsunami” capable of breaking into the coastline and devastating cities physically before turning them radioactive. The drone sub is presumed to be much faster than other submarines or surface craft.

Peresvet laser complex/system

Named after warrior-monk Alexander Peresvet, this system has been in active service with the Russian military since December 2019. It is a system of directed energy weapons – in this case, a laser beam.

Peresvet can be used against satellites, drones, aircraft and missiles with a range of about a thousand miles. It can incinerate targets from up to three miles away in under five seconds as reported by a senior Russian military official.

Radio-electronic warfare and weapons

These weapons are used to destroy the enemy’s electronic equipment.

Among the targets of these weapons systems are aircraft, drones, ships and land/shore-based defenses. It also has the capability to target guided missiles and munitions.

These weapons include the use of microwave pulses as demonstrated by a Russian Su-24 Fencer, which used a microwave pulse to cripple an American destroyer, the USS Donald Cook, when it was patrolling on the Black Sea within close range of Russian forces.

Russia’s super weapons are impressive and they pose a serious threat to America’s military power.

Follow MilitaryTechnology.news for more news about modern military equipment and weapons.

Watch the video below to learn more about Russia’s R-28 Sarmat hypersonic missile known as Satan II.

(Article by Kevin Hughes republished from Citizens.news)

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