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Friday, July 28, 2017

The expert has buried hopes “patriots” on the unique electronic weapon of Russia


Chief editor of the magazine “Arsenal Fatherland” Victor murakhovski also criticized information about the development in Russia of radio-electronic weapons without a projectile to hit the enemy technique. According to the expert, all this is nothing more than an invention of PR.


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The radio station NSN chief editor of the magazine “Arsenal Fatherland” Victor murakhovski commented on the morning’s sensational news that in Russia passed the first test prototypes of electronic weapons, which has no analogues in the world. In particular, the official representative of “United instrument manufacturing Corporation” reported that the weapon was “acting on new physical principles” and capable to disable enemy vehicles at a distance, and without projectiles, and directed energy. Thus it is possible to disable equipment unmanned, aircraft and precision strike weapons.

Read the story: Russian scientists have tested a unique electronic weapons

Murakhovski noted that commenting on this post, he wants to repeat the statement of the head of the Russian foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov: “Morons, ***”. The expert stressed that in his opinion, all this illiterate submission of PR-service of “United instrument manufacturing Corporation” and now for such titles will take the rap technical experts.

In particular, murakhovski explained that the world of science over the last fifty years no new physical principles were not discovered.

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