posted on Jan, 1 2017 @ 07:57 PM
a reply to: JoeP2247
Yeah it'd be over quickly. About 30 minutes. After that about 400 million people would be dead and everyone else on the planet would have to suffer
ice age conditions.
Aircraft carriers have never been particularly important to Russia's naval strategy, since it was primarily concerned with disrupting lines of
communication(supply and transport lines) between the US and Europe across the Atlantic, so they didn't bother with them.
14 days isn't sufficient to transport the millions of men and all their equipment across the Atlantic, let alone have them ready and in position for
offensives against Russia. So the war would last longer than 14 days even if it wasn't nuclear.
You can't destroy Russia's ICBMs. Not all of them. In fact Russia could probably destroy more of America's since their air defence systems are, and
always have been more advanced. Not that it'd make much of a difference though.
Each R-36M2 carries 10 750 kiloton warheads each of which comes with 3-4 decoy warheads. They have about 902 strategic ground-based nuclear warheads
(not including air launched and naval launched weapons) do you think you can stop all 902 warheads? Best case scenario is you can stop about 100,
which doesn't matter since each target will be attacked by anywhere between 3 to 10 warheads.
Then there's the 1152 warheads they have deployed through their submarine fleet, you gonna stop all them too?
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