Thursday, October 30, 2014

RUSSIA'S ICBM SUCCESSFUL TESTING 10/29/14 UPDATE: RUSSIAN BOMBERS 11/13/14

RUSSIA'S TESTS OF IT'S INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE A SUCCESS

 I HEARD THE REPORT 10/29/14. SP SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THEN AND NOW THIS MISSLE WAS TESTED.

 These are the type of Subs these missiles are fired from:

Rt.com News on Russia Nuclear Sub Test

 "A Russian Borey-class nuclear submarine has successfully test-fired a Bulava strategic missile, the Russian Defense Ministry said. The ballistic missile was launched from a submerged position with all 16 rockets onboard the sub during the test.
 The Yuri Dolgoruky (K-535) submarine fired the missile on Wednesday. All of the Bulava’s warheads hit the Kura test range in the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian the Far East, according to the ministry.
It is the first time that such a test was carried out with a full load of Bulava missiles present on board the submarine, TASS noted.
With an operational range of 10,000 kilometers, Bulavas are able to carry 10 hypersonic, individually guided, maneuverable nuclear warheads with a yield of 100–150 kilotons each.
 Borey-class stealth submarines have been designed to become the backbone of Russia’s sea-based part of nuclear deterrent, with Bulava being its nuclear weapon of choice.
The subs feature several characteristics superior to any submarine currently in service, such as the ability to cruise silently and be less detectable by sonars." - 

 Here is some info  on the missiles themselves:



RSM-56_RUSSIAN ICBM Bulava

“RSM-56 Bulava
This article is about the Russian ballistic missile. For the ceremonial mace of the same name, see Bulawa.

Designer : Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology
Warhead : 6 (can carry 10) re-entry vehicles with a yield of 150 kt each.[3]
Engine three stage, solid propellant and liquid fuel
Operational;
Range  10,000 km (6,200 mi)[4][5]
Guidance system:  inertial, possibly with stellar sensor and/or GLONASS update
Launch platform:  Borei-class submarines; Typhoon-class submarine Dmitri Donskoi”
“The Bulava  is a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) developed for the Russian Navy and deployed in 2013 on the new Borei class of ballistic missile nuclear submarines. It is intended as the future cornerstone of Russia's nuclear triad (see #3 below), and is the most expensive weapons project in the country.”
” It is expected that the first three Borei-class submarines will carry 16 missiles, while the following five vessels will carry 20 missiles. Development and deployment of the Bulava missile within the Russian Navy is not affected by the enforcement of the new START treaty (SEE #1 BELOW)
“The missile has three stages; the first and second stages use solid fuel propellant, while the third stage uses a liquid fuel to allow high maneuverability during warhead separation. The missile can be launched from an inclined position, allowing a submarine to fire them while moving. It has a low flight trajectory, and due to this could be classified as a quasi-ballistic missile (SEE #2 BELOW)The missile possesses advanced defense capabilities making it resistant to missile-defense systems. Among its abilities are evasive maneuvering, mid-course countermeasures and decoys, and a warhead fully shielded against both physical and electromagnetic pulse damage. The Bulava is designed to be capable of surviving a nuclear blast at a minimum distance of 500 metres (1,600 ft)”




Quasi Ballistic Missiles
"A quasi ballistic missile (also called a semi ballistic missile) is a category of missile that has a low trajectory and/or is largely ballistic but can perform maneuvers in flight or make unexpected changes in direction and range.
At a lower trajectory than a ballistic missile, a quasi ballistic missile can maintain higher speed, thus allowing its target less time to react to the attack, at the cost of reduced range."



A nuclear triad refers to a nuclear arsenal which consists of three components, traditionally strategic bombers, intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), and submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs). The purpose of having a three-branched nuclear capability is to significantly reduce the possibility that an enemy could destroy all of a nation's nuclear forces in a first-strike attack; this, in turn, ensures a credible threat of a second strike, and thus increases a nation's nuclear deterrence


These Balava missiles are also hypersonic. Hypersonic speed is one that is highly supersonic and has generally been assumed to refer to speeds of Mach 5 and above. Supersonic is speeds that occur faster than Mach 1, the speed of sound. Needless to say, these are VERY fast and VERY powerful missiles.
As you read, they are resistant to missile defense systems and are FULLY shielded against EMP’s.
This missile was reported on Oct 29, 2014 to have had a successful test and target hit in the Barents Sea.
As you also read, the range on the Balava Missiles is 6,200 miles.  Norfolk Va is 4,157 miles, D.C is 4,032 mi, NYC is 3,866 miles from the Barents Sea.  Remember, these are Missile Defense resistant and multiple missiles are carried by each sub. Also, if I am understanding this correctly, these particular missiles do not come under the treaty for nuclear weapon reduction (I don’t know the reasons).
“The missile is capable of carrying up to ten hypersonic independently-targeted nuclear warheads capable of changing their flight trajectories and hitting targets at a range of up to 8,000 kilometers. Bulava is expected to form the core of the future grouping of Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces until 2040-2045.”-  http://rbth.com
 We have Stealth Subs that are firing Ballistic Missiles that are quite capable of reaching this nation.


 Basically, a Balava missile can carry up to 10 war heads that can have multiple targets, although I don’t know what the difference between the ranges of each warhead.

To put it in simpler terms: America’s own ICBM,  Minuteman 3 missiles, are also Multiple Independently targetable Re-entry Vehicle that carry 3 warheads that can be programmed to hit different targets.  My prior research showed a missile that might be fired at D.C, the range off the other 2 could separate and easily hit both the Pentagon and Wall street. Is it safe to presume the same can be said of the Balava Missile? A VERY interesting point to consider is this nuclear weapon could theoretically cause an EMP simply by exploding, disabling America’s major defenses, let say, the ones that are responsible for protecting the White House and Pentagon. Because this Missile is fully shielded against EMP’s, more missiles could be launched that is outside of the EMP zone, or one of the other warheads, could finish the destruction, not having to worry about a deterrent.



WHY AM I POSTING THIS? 

Quite simply, a well timed (planned by the world elite) and well placed EMP could knock out strategic areas in this nation just long enough for a well planned attack, to cause a breakdown of society and just short of TOTAL anarchy, where the plan for the person who will orchestrate this nation's return to normalcy,  be in a perfect position to be loved, adored and worshiped by many. Say hello to the Anti-Christ, the One World Power and The One World Order. Of course, this is just one summation of what could happen externally. There is so much more going on than this and the effects are far greater than what I have just barely glossed over. I am praying that you will see the implications and possibilities of what this would mean should my supposition be correct, or even very similar to what could happen.
I pray that you know Christ as Lord and Savior, that you are living a holy life for Christ as He has determined is holiness and that you are preparing yourself to have to go through the worse time the world has ever or will ever see.

  Matt. 24:21  For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.









The following is Just something that I think is interesting to see, not to be taken as gospel.