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- ******* NORAD man.
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Norad? More like YESRAD
this definitely could still happen today
We're no longer in war time, and many many many missiles have already been decommissioned or put on lower alert and their launch times now approach days instead of minutes or seconds. Not to mention the fact that short and medium range ballistic missiles (those reaching a max of 5500 km) have been removed from Europe and regions of Western Russia [Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty 1987.] There would be more than enough time to confirm nowadays if a missile launch actually happened, both through satellites, intelligence, and the goddamn hotline connecting Obama and Putin at a moment's notice.
And if it actually happened then we have about 25 to 30 minutes here in the U.S to respond and destroy the world.
Happened in Russia as well! Turned out to be caused by the sun reflecting off of cirro-cumulous clouds over Siberia. Fucking computers man.
**sirfistalot used "*roll picture*"**
Dont you get it guise?!
First NORAD, then russian early missle warning system....SKYNET IS REAL!!!
God only know how many time travelling robots and humans were fighting each other and how many times the humanity could have been eradicated.
There actually IS a system called "Skynet" used by the military, but it's a communications network, not a fail-deadly nuclear retaliation system. Of course, such a system DOES exist in Russia known as "Perimetr", or "Dead Hand" in the West.
Pls tell me it only has access to intel stuff and not stuff like drones and EXO-skeletons.
No one of us could be alive today and that is why most of the world does not realy want US tech anymore.
That makes about as much sense as saying "the world doesn't want Russian technology because of Chernobyl. The thing is, Russia also had "broken arrows" and nuclear mishaps. But the difference is, they surpressed any information about it. One of the highest fatalities in a space program, the Nedelin disaster, happened in 1967. The USSR didn't officially confirm that a disaster happened until 1989.
Russia's space programs were a joke, everything they did was for the sake of being the first to do it. They threw a chunk of metal that peeped into Earth's orbit and holds the record for first satellite.
And in doing so, they beat the US at almost every record, including but not limited to:
-first man in space
-first woman in space
-first animal in space
-first 2 man crew in space
-first satellite in space (Even if it was only a radio transmitter)
and a lot more. Don't pass off the russian space program. They've been using the same capsule system (or something like it) for 50 years now, with modifications every once in a while, and they still have a functional space program that wasn't cancelled without a replacement.
Yea all those achievements are fucking garbage.
First satellite was a huge deal. It was the first manmade object in space, even if it was just a radio and a battery, it was the technological "yes, it works".
First animal in space helped prove the life support systems work, and was another technological checkpoint as payloads increased.
First man in space is huge! as is first crew. Another major technological checkpoint, a human that can talk to the ground crew, and perform experiments in orbit is a major accomplishment.
They also got first and only manned spy satellite, first space station, first docking maneuver, and first spacewalk. First one is awesome, the rest are things that are used frequently on the ISS, considering it is made up of docked modules, and spacewalks are used to inspect and repair the station.
To say russia's accomplishments are garbage and their space program was a joke is to have a clear lack of understanding of what all they did. Their accomplishments are re-walked with every flight from any half decent space program, aside from North Korea's, since the Russians never walked on the sun.
Not even reading past the first one, you're a moron if you think that was a huge deal.
Okay, so what did the U.S. do that was so special?
sorry, let me rephraise that, they still have a functioning
space program that wasn't cancelled without a replacement
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