Russia Begins Testing Nuclear Weapon That Can Travel Underwater and 'Nothing' Can Stop It, Report Says

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(Worthy News) - Moscow has reportedly begun testing an underwater nuclear weapon that has been touted as invincible by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The Poseidon, previously known as the Status-6 Oceanic Multipurpose System and dubbed Kanyon by the U.S.-led NATO Western military alliance, is a state-of-the-art nuclear-capable drone being developed by the Russian armed forces. Citing a defense industry source, the state-run Tass Russian News Agency reported Tuesday that the Russian navy had begun trials for the weapon at sea.

"In the sea area protected from a potential enemy’s reconnaissance means, the underwater trials of the nuclear propulsion unit of the Poseidon drone are underway," the source said, according to the official outlet. [ Source: Newsweek (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “Russia Begins Testing Nuclear Weapon That Can Travel Underwater and 'Nothing' Can Stop It, Report Says”

  1. We need to be very watchful of the Russians.
    Like when Catherine the Great denied Great Britain's request for 20,000 troops to defeat the fledgling American colonies during the Revolutionary War.
    Like when they helped President Lincoln by blockading the port in New Orleans so the British couldn't support the South against the North during the Civil War.
    Like when Russia sold Alaska to the U.S. for about 2 cents per acre.
    Like when Putin and Trump made their secret agreement to let Putin take care of the Syria situation so the U.S. could back out of it.

    Hmmm, maybe many Americans have a CIA-skewed perspective of America's relationship with Russia.

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