That India-Pakistan thing


MHz
#31
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

So here we are again you can't refute so attack alrighty then, again from your article keep in mind the league is the forefather of the commonwealth

My original article did, you keep pointing to 1947 when I'm pointing to whole different century so all you are doing is showing you have no other mode than troll mode, just like the rest if the fuktards around here. You do notice you did just what you accused me if doing nut in your world you are a 'good troll' rather than a 'bad troll'. That thinking is so fukked-up it isn't even funny..



' By the late 19th century'
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#32
Then post a link to it, I'm using the link you did post, hard to discuss with you when you are arguing with the voices in your head
 
MHz
#33
All the voices agree that this place is full of fuktards and when I came back it was 'open season'. How do you like me so far??

God will forgive the Jews, you fuks, not so much and that really will hurt for a very long time. Karma at it's finest, Right??.
Last edited by MHz; Mar 2nd, 2019 at 12:13 PM..
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#34
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

All the voices agree that this place is full of fuktards and when I came back it was 'open season'. How do you like me so far??
God will forgive the Jews, you fuks, not so much and that really will hurt fir a very long time. Karma at it's finest, Right??.

 
MHz
#35
Another selfi, worse than JT as everything has to be about you doesn't it.
Bang, the bottom just fell out of NATO's air superiority

https://www.quora.com/Can-a-MiG-21-defeat-an-F-16
Yes, a MiG-21 can defeat the F-16 provided it has been upgraded to today’s technologies. Sometime back several years ago, the Russians went ahead and modernised their MiG-21Bis to become the MiG-21–93. It was equipped with a modern radar, advance cockpit setup, Helmet cueing and surprisingly the deadly R-77 Adder. If the MiG got further upgraded by adopting the R-77ER which can fly 160km could be a game changer. If the F-16 was equipped with current weapons today, it would be a difficult situation for anyone to think what will the outcome of a modern MiG-21 fighting against the F-16.
The MiG-21 can beat the F-16 if the F-16 was attacked by 2–4 MiG-21s. Many nations still have a sizeable fleet of Fishbeds and modernising them could be the cost effective way when budgets are limited. The F-16 pilot will be no dummy. The Pilot knows what he/she is up against and need to employ tactics to make sure he/she has the advantage. The pilot takes note that the MiG pilot has modern BVR and SRAAM with helmet cueing. The only possible advantage for the Falcon pilot is shooting down his enemy from behind. If tangling the Fishbed pilot, the MiG pilot is able to shoot the Falcon off axis.
The F-16 would carry in air combat probably 4 x AIM-120C Amraam and 2 x AIM-9X Sidewinder with Helmet mounting sight. The MIG-21–93 would carry a smaller war load of 2 x R-77ER Adder and 2 x R-73 Archer short range missiles equipped with Russia’s latest Helmet Mounted systems.

The MIG-21–93 is equipped with new radar, new cockpit instruments, new canopy and a wrap around windscreen, helmet mounted system (Similar to the Israelis), new avionics and carry modern weapons such as the R-77 Adder and R-73 Archer as seen here. India is one nation that is operating over 250 MiG-21Bis Fishbed-N models which was made in the 80s. 126 jets have been updated to the “BISON” model which is the Indian version of the MiG-21–93 model. If i have a choice between 100 MIG-21–93 or 10 F-16C, i would have gone for the MIG-21–93 if my air force objective is for defensive of air space and interception.

The Israelis have one of the best F-16 in the middle east, modified locally to meet Israeli Air Force requirements. Among the Arab nations, most are equipped with the Fishbed-N series while some are older. Some have gone through minor upgrades but are still lacking major technologies that is on par with the Israeli F-16s. The most modified MiG-21 is from India based on the MiG-21–93 and this is the most lethal MiG-21 model in the world. If the MiG-21–93 did employ the R-77 ER Adder model (It is said that the R-77EF have a range fo 160km while the Amraam in Pakistani service have a mere 65km range. The Adder would be able to intercept the F-16 prior to that jet launching their AIM-120C Amraam.

Pakistan has over 90 F-16 of various models (all MLU’d to Block 52 status) in service. The most up to date model being the Block 52+.However Pakistani pilots are one of the most highly trained fighter pilots in the world and have been seconded to countries like Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Yemen, Qatar, Kuwait and Syria.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#36
Are you trying to rewrite the article where the Pakistan F-16 shot down the India MiG-21? And then somehow NATO lost air superiority?

Do you ever have the temptation to accept the psychiatrist's invitation to examine your mind?
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+1
#37
U.S. wants to know if Pakistan used U.S.-built F-16 jets to down Indian warplane
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#38
After India Loses Dogfight to Pakistan , Questions Arise About Its ‘Vintage’ Military
 
MHz
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Are you trying to rewrite the article where the Pakistan F-16 shot down the India MiG-21? And then somehow NATO lost air superiority?

Do you ever have the temptation to accept the psychiatrist's invitation to examine your mind?

Not at all, it is a breaking story. Fly a Bi-plane that has the latest missile and you too can tap the best that NATO produce.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irAIBwgI4SU
Why IAF picked MiG-21s to take on Pakistani F-16s on Wednesday

This video shows you that Why IAF picked MiG-21s to take on Pakistani F-16s on Wednesday.

Keyboard warriors, armchair analysts and even experts have questioned the rationale of using the MiG-21 aircraft in Combat Air Patrol (CAP) Wednesday, when India lost at least one fighter against Pakistan’s F-16s. However, sources in the Indian Air Force defended the use of the MiG-21, saying it was one of the fighters in its inventory and that aircraft are rotated based on operations, time and threat level.

What happened Wednesday
At around 1005 hours Wednesday, three F-16s of the Pakistan Air Force violated Indian air space and entered into the Nowshera sector. They targeted four military installations and dropped bombs.

The Indian Air Force, which was on high alert, swung into action. At least two MiG-21 Bisons, which were on CAP duty, chased the F-16s and were even able to shoot down one of them.

Pakistan claims the Indian fighters crossed the LoC and were engaged by it, though it hasn’t clarified if they were engaged by its aircraft or air defence systems.

India has confirmed that it lost one MiG-21 Bison and that the pilot is ‘missing in action’. Pakistan claimed to have downed two fighters and captured two pilots, but later clarified the number to be one pilot — Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.

News of Abhinandan’s capture confirmed that it was a MiG-21 Bison that went down, after initial speculation about a MiG-29.

Read Full Article On: https://theprint.in/
 
MHz
#40
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UELAqTROe0s
AMERICAN MADE PAKISTANI F 16 v RUSSAIN MADE INDIAN MIG 21
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#41
All that posting to confirm what I have been posting thank you

From your article

Quote:

India has confirmed that it lost one MiG-21 Bison and that the pilot is ‘missing in action’. Pakistan claimed to have downed two fighters and captured two pilots, but later clarified the number to be one pilot — Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.

News of Abhinandan’s capture confirmed that it was a MiG-21 Bison that went down, after initial speculation about a MiG-29.

 
MHz
#42
Over the horizon kill shot and then the people lynched the pilot.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArXzp3Pb_A0
F16 Pakistani Pilot Shahaz ud Din Lynched by Pakistani Local Mob पाकिस्तान विंग कमांडर शहज़ाद उद्दीन
 
DaSleeper
+2
#43  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

All that posting to confirm what I have been posting thank you

From your article

I think that you now realize that....


 
MHz
#44
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHMPTfABNDk
How MiG-21 shot down Pakistan’s F-16 by R-73 missile in 90-second



https://www.globalsecurity.org/milit...ssia/aa-11.htm
AA-11 ARCHER R-73

The AA-11 NATO Archer is a short-range infrared guided missile system employed by the MIG-29 and the SU-27. Its advanced control surfaces and thrust vectoring, coupled with excellent off-boresight capability and the pilot's helmet-mounted sight may give it unparalleled performance in the close-in, visual dogfight.
As the Soviet Union fell behind the West in the fields of electronics and computational power, their ability to field advanced radar systems declined. As a result, the Soviets increasingly relied on more reliable, easier to design, computationally simpler, and tougher-to-jam IR systems, which surprised Western intelligence agencies. For example, when the MiG-29 Fulcrum aircraft was fielded in the 1980s, its radar system and associated missile were impressive by Soviet standards but at least a generation behind Western systems. However, it also had a bump on the nose, which was not an electronic warfare antenna as first suspected, but an Infrared Search and Track System (IRST), which was the first to be fielded in an operational fighter.
Once merged with a laser range finder, the IR system could detect aircraft and provide targeting data at longer ranges without alerting the target aircraft that it had been detected. Even if a target aircraft suspected it was being tracked, there is no practical way to “jam” this IR system. The MiG-29’s IR system was integrated with the improved IR missile, known as the AA-11 Archer, which not only had the all-aspect feature of the latest Sidewinders, but it also had “off-boresight” capability – meaning that the missile could “look” to its left and right to “see” target aircraft.
Thus, the pilot could fire a missile without pointing the aircraft nose at the target aircraft, as Sidewinder equipped pilots must do. This expands the firing envelope for the missile, saves precious seconds in a dogfight, and compliments the maneuverability of a fighter because it is much easier to maneuver the fighter into a firing position. In addition, Russian pilots had a helmet-mounted thermal sight which permitted them to aim the missile merely by looking at the targeted aircraft, in effect giving them an IR “heads-up display” wherever they looked, not just on the front of the instrument panel, as in Western cockpits. The details of this system did not fully emerge until the East German MiG-29’s became part of the unified Germany’s Luftwaffe. Once they did, it was clear that an IR-equipped MiG-29, flown by a skilled pilot, had an advantage, and the AA-11 Archer missile seriously challenges the technological primacy of the Sidewinder.
Currently the R-73 is the best Russian short range air-to-air missile. Apart from an exceptional maneverability, this missile is also directly connected to the pilot's helmet, which allows engagement of targets lateral to the aircraft, which cannot be engaged by missiles with a traditional system of targeting and guidance. The R-73A, an earlier variant of this missile, has a 30 km range, while the most recent R-73M can hit targets at a distance of 40 km.
The R-73 short-range, close-combat standardized missile was developed in the Vympel Machine Building Design Bureau, and became operational in 1984. The R-73 is included in the weapon complex of MiG-23MLD, MiG-29 and Su-27 fighters and their modifications and also of Mi-24, Mi-28 and Ka-50 helicopters. It also can be employed in flying craft which do not have sophisticated aiming systems.
The missile is used for engaging modern and future fighters, attack aircraft, bombers, helicopters, drones and cruise missiles, including those executing a maneuver with a g-force up to 12. It permits the platform to intercept a target from any direction, under any weather conditions, day or night, in the presence of natural interference and deliberate jamming. It realizes the "fire and forget" principle.
The missile design features a canard aerodynamic configuration: control surfaces are positioned ahead of the wing at a distance from the center of mass. The airframe consists of modular compartments accommodating the homing head, aerodynamic control surface drive system, autopilot, proximity fuze, warhead, engine, gas-dynamic control system and aileron drive system. The lifting surfaces have a small aspect ratio. Strakes are mounted ahead of the aerodynamic control surfaces. The combined aero-gas-dynamic control gives the R-73 highly maneuverable flight characteristics. During flight, yaw and pitch are controlled by four aerodynamic control surfaces connected in pairs and by just as many gas-dynamic spoilers (fins) installed at the nozzle end of the engine.
 
MHz
#45
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post



Somehow you wallowing with the pigs isn't unbelievable . You seem to have very fond memories of the events. How do you judge which one is the cutest??
 
Hoid
#46
Mig is Russian for "flaming ball of fire"
 
MHz
#47
http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...akistani-drone
India's air force shot down on Monday a Pakistani military drone that strayed over its border, Indian media reported as tensions continued to run high between the two arch foes.
An Indian Sukhoi-30 fighter downed the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with an air-to-air missile near Bikaner in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan not far from the Pakistani border, the reports citing unnamed sources said.
It was the second attempt by Pakistan to send a drone inside India in the last six days after one was shot down on February 27, the Press Trust of India (PTI) news agency reported.
 
MHz
#48
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xKNxxA-Sqg
Exclusive: WION examines Balakot air-strikes by Indian Air Force


Holes in the road?? 1:40


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Balakot_airstrike
According to India, the jets struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed-operated militant camp at Balakot killing an unquantified number of militants and returned back into Indian airspace unharmed without being engaged by Pakistani aircraft.[10] [11] Pakistan conceded the violation of their airspace near Muzaffarabad but rejected the claim that India targeted an alleged terrorist camp.[8] It asserted that a scrambling forced the Indian jets to retreat in a haste dropping their payloads in vacant fields and forest and that no casualties or infrastructural damage was inflicted. [12] [13]
Last edited by MHz; Mar 4th, 2019 at 03:12 PM..
 
MHz
#49
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Mig is Russian for "flaming ball of fire"

Why do you retards have to show you are a retard so often? Only retards have short memories.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#50
Pakistan navy says it stopped Indian sub from entering its waters

Quote:

Pakistan has stopped an Indian submarine from entering its waters, the navy said Tuesday, as tensions continue to run high between the nuclear-armed foes.
The development came days after a rare aerial dogfight between India and Pakistan over the disputed territory of Kashmir ignited fears of an all-out conflict, with world powers rushing to urge restraint.
"The Pakistan navy stopped an Indian submarine from entering our territorial waters," a naval spokesman said in a statement.
He said "the Indian submarine was not targeted in line with the government's policy of maintaining peace".
It was the first such incident since 2016, when Pakistan said it had "pushed" an Indian submarine away from Pakistani waters.
The spokesman did not give further details, including when or where the submarine was detected. It was also not clear if they meant the 12 nautical mile (22 kilometre) territorial waters limit or the broader 200 nautical mile (370 kilometre) exclusive economic zone.
The navy also released what it said was video of the submarine, with the grainy black and white footage showing only what appeared to be a periscope above water. The timestamp on the video clip shows it began at 8.35 pm on Monday.
There was no immediate comment from Indian officials.
In recent days the nuclear-armed Asian countries have come closer to conflict than in years, after a suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir killed 40 Indian paramilitaries.
A militant group based in Pakistan claimed responsibility for the February 14 blast, and 12 days later Indian jets bombed what New Delhi called a terrorist training camp deep inside Pakistan.
Pakistan has denied any damage or casualties, and independent reporting has shown that the strikes hit a heavily forested area with little in the way of infrastructure nearby. Residents have said just one person was injured.
The next day Pakistani aircraft entered Indian airspace and the two nations' jets engaged in aerial dogfights, with at least one Indian aircraft shot down and its pilot captured by Pakistan.
The pilot was handed back to India last Friday in what Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called a "peace gesture".
Both sides also claimed a second plane had been shot down, but they have disputed whose plane it was and what happened to the pilot.
Pakistani and Indian soldiers have continued to fire artillery and mortars over the Line of Control, the de-facto border dividing Kashmir, in the days since, killing several civilians on both sides.
Unverified reports in Indian media Monday said that a Pakistani military drone which strayed over the border had been shot down.
Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947. Both claim the Himalayan territory in full and have fought two wars over it.

 
Blackleaf
+1
#51
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Another selfi, worse than JT as everything has to be about you doesn't it.
Bang, the bottom just fell out of NATO's air superiority
https://www.quora.com/Can-a-MiG-21-defeat-an-F-16
Yes, a MiG-21 can defeat the F-16 provided it has been upgraded to today’s technologies. Sometime back several years ago, the Russians went ahead and modernised their MiG-21Bis to become the MiG-21–93. It was equipped with a modern radar, advance cockpit setup, Helmet cueing and surprisingly the deadly R-77 Adder. If the MiG got further upgraded by adopting the R-77ER which can fly 160km could be a game changer. If the F-16 was equipped with current weapons today, it would be a difficult situation for anyone to think what will the outcome of a modern MiG-21 fighting against the F-16.
The MiG-21 can beat the F-16 if the F-16 was attacked by 2–4 MiG-21s. Many nations still have a sizeable fleet of Fishbeds and modernising them could be the cost effective way when budgets are limited. The F-16 pilot will be no dummy. The Pilot knows what he/she is up against and need to employ tactics to make sure he/she has the advantage. The pilot takes note that the MiG pilot has modern BVR and SRAAM with helmet cueing. The only possible advantage for the Falcon pilot is shooting down his enemy from behind. If tangling the Fishbed pilot, the MiG pilot is able to shoot the Falcon off axis.
The F-16 would carry in air combat probably 4 x AIM-120C Amraam and 2 x AIM-9X Sidewinder with Helmet mounting sight. The MIG-21–93 would carry a smaller war load of 2 x R-77ER Adder and 2 x R-73 Archer short range missiles equipped with Russia’s latest Helmet Mounted systems.

The MIG-21–93 is equipped with new radar, new cockpit instruments, new canopy and a wrap around windscreen, helmet mounted system (Similar to the Israelis), new avionics and carry modern weapons such as the R-77 Adder and R-73 Archer as seen here. India is one nation that is operating over 250 MiG-21Bis Fishbed-N models which was made in the 80s. 126 jets have been updated to the “BISON” model which is the Indian version of the MiG-21–93 model. If i have a choice between 100 MIG-21–93 or 10 F-16C, i would have gone for the MIG-21–93 if my air force objective is for defensive of air space and interception.
The Israelis have one of the best F-16 in the middle east, modified locally to meet Israeli Air Force requirements. Among the Arab nations, most are equipped with the Fishbed-N series while some are older. Some have gone through minor upgrades but are still lacking major technologies that is on par with the Israeli F-16s. The most modified MiG-21 is from India based on the MiG-21–93 and this is the most lethal MiG-21 model in the world. If the MiG-21–93 did employ the R-77 ER Adder model (It is said that the R-77EF have a range fo 160km while the Amraam in Pakistani service have a mere 65km range. The Adder would be able to intercept the F-16 prior to that jet launching their AIM-120C Amraam.
Pakistan has over 90 F-16 of various models (all MLU’d to Block 52 status) in service. The most up to date model being the Block 52+.However Pakistani pilots are one of the most highly trained fighter pilots in the world and have been seconded to countries like Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Yemen, Qatar, Kuwait and Syria.

Shit, second-rate, armed forces.
 
Blackleaf
#52
RAF to be largest and most powerful airforce in Europe (not including Russia) by 2030:

By 2030, the Royal Air Force will be at its most capable in decades. The air service will have just under 160 highly capable Eurofighter Typhoons. Originally intended as air superiority fighters, the RAF’s Typhoons are now capable of dropping the Paveway series of laser-guided bombs. Work is also progressing in giving them Brimstone missile capability. A combat drone descended from the Taranis UAV is projected to be flying sometime around 2030, and will operate alongside manned UK fighters.

The venerable Panavia Tornado GR4 strike jet will be retired and replaced with a force of 138 F-35B Joint Strike Fighters, the vertical takeoff and landing variant of the multinational, multirole aircraft. The F-35Bs will be flown by both the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy, and will also form the fixed-wing complement on the new aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales.

All in all, by 2030 the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy will have approximately three hundred fighters, quite possibly making it the largest and most powerful air force in western Europe.



The RAF also hopes to have the Tempest in its fighter jets fleet by 2030 alongside the Typhoon and the F-35. The Tempest will be able to fly unmanned and unleash swarms of drones



https://nationalinterest.org/blog/th...rces-the-25537
 
MHz
#53
Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

RAF to be largest and most powerful airforce in Europe (not including Russia) by 2030:

Using Israeli munitions that they are in control of . . . maybe the IAF will just take over and the island nation of the UK can play with their battle-tanks.

This Map Shows a Trillion-Dollar Reason Why US is Backing Terrorism in Western China
https://journal-neo.org/2019/02/25/t...western-china/



As part of a larger, concerted effort to encircle and contain China, an ongoing disinformation campaign has been waged by the Western media against Beijing’s massive global infrastructure building spree known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
A recent and particularly appalling example of this comes from a Business Insider article titled, “This map shows a trillion-dollar reason why China is oppressing more than a million Muslims.”
The article has been widely circulated by the Western-funded fronts cited in the article itself, including Human Rights Watch (HRW) whose executive director – Kenneth Roth – would claim in a social media post:
China’s mass detention of Uighur Muslims is driven [not] only by Islamophobia but also by the centrality of their Xinjiang region to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Claims that Chinese policy is “driven by Islamophobia” are particularly absurd. China’s closest ally and partner in the region is Pakistan – an undoubtedly Muslim-majority nation. Roth never explains why the BRI’s “centrality” would drive “mass detentions” in Xinjiang when Chinese infrastructure projects elsewhere – both within China and abroad – including across Muslim-majority Pakistan – do not feature nor necessitate such “detentions.”
Something is clearly missing from the Business Insider’s, Human Rights Watch’s, and the rest of the Western media’s Xinjiang narrative.The Business Insider article claims:
Beijing has been cracking down on Uighur life in on Xinjiang. Officials say its repression is a necessary counter-terror operation, but experts say it’s actually to protect their BRI projects.
These “experts” never explain why Beijing officials would feel the need to “protect their BRI projects.” Nor do they explain from whom they need protection. The obvious explanation is in fact that – as Beijing has stated – Xinjiang faces a significant terrorist threat.
A minority among Xinjiang’s Uyghur population has undoubtedly been radicalized and has carried out scores of high-profile terrorist attacks across not only Xinjiang, but across all of China in recent years.
A Reuters article published by Business Insider in 2014 titled, “Knife-Wielding Attackers In Chinese Train Station Leave 27 Dead, 109 Injured,” details just one of many attacks carried out by Uyghur extremists
https://journal-neo.org/2019/02/25/t...western-china/
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#54
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Kashmir long thought to be the likely Sarajevo for World War Last

... only if the rest of the World joined in the craziness after they destroyed each other and why would we?
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#55
Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

RAF to be largest and most powerful airforce in Europe (not including Russia) by 2030:
By 2030, the Royal Air Force will be at its most capable in decades. The air service will have just under 160 highly capable Eurofighter Typhoons. Originally intended as air superiority fighters, the RAF’s Typhoons are now capable of dropping the Paveway series of laser-guided bombs. Work is also progressing in giving them Brimstone missile capability. A combat drone descended from the Taranis UAV is projected to be flying sometime around 2030, and will operate alongside manned UK fighters.
The venerable Panavia Tornado GR4 strike jet will be retired and replaced with a force of 138 F-35B Joint Strike Fighters, the vertical takeoff and landing variant of the multinational, multirole aircraft. The F-35Bs will be flown by both the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy, and will also form the fixed-wing complement on the new aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales.
All in all, by 2030 the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy will have approximately three hundred fighters, quite possibly making it the largest and most powerful air force in western Europe.


The RAF also hopes to have the Tempest in its fighter jets fleet by 2030 alongside the Typhoon and the F-35. The Tempest will be able to fly unmanned and unleash swarms of drones

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/th...rces-the-25537

Better hope that your F-35 Flying Bricks don't ever get into a dog fight with anyone's F-16s.
 
EagleSmack
+1
#56
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Are you trying to rewrite the article where the Pakistan F-16 shot down the India MiG-21? And then somehow NATO lost air superiority?

Do you ever have the temptation to accept the psychiatrist's invitation to examine your mind?


Nothing... and I mean NOTHING goes up MHz's ass more than his precious MIGs getting splashed by.... by.... well by any aircraft or country that doesn't use aircraft that have MIG in front of a number.
 
Hoid
+1
#57
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

... only if the rest of the World joined in the craziness after they destroyed each other and why would we?

Maybe take a look at the nukes these two have.

Nobody else has to take part in order for the world to be destroyed.

btw "dogfight" is no longer a thing
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#58
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Maybe take a look at the nukes these two have.
Nobody else has to take part in order for the world to be destroyed.
btw "dogfight" is no longer a thing

They'd be pretty lucky if they each got 10% of their nukes off, before the rest were destroyed. They wouldn't be pointlessly raining them down by the thousands all over the planet because they have no capability to do so. Only the Russians and Americans have the ability to do that.

The each have about 140 warheads. Believe it or not, that's not very many of them.
 
Hoid
#59
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

They'd be pretty lucky if they each got 10% of their nukes off, before the rest were destroyed. They wouldn't be pointlessly raining them down by the thousands all over the planet because they have no capability to do so. Only the Russians and Americans have the ability to do that.

The each have about 140 warheads. Believe it or not, that's not very many of them.

Believe it or not 100 of them has long been held to be the threshold beyond which human life will cease.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#60
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Believe it or not 100 of them has long been held to be the threshold beyond which human life will cease.

Believe it or not, you are rather poorly educated.
"As of 1993, worldwide, 520 atmospheric nuclear explosions (including 8 underwater) have been conducted with a total yield of 545 megaton"

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_..._weapons_tests

"Since the first nuclear test explosion on July 16, 1945, at least eight nations have detonated 2,056 nuclear test explosions at dozens of test sites from Lop Nor in China, to the atolls of the Pacific, to Nevada, to Algeria where France conducted its first nuclear device, to western Australia where the U.K. exploded ...Sep 3, 2017"

http://www.armscontrol.org/factsheets/nucleartesttally

We're still here, Henny-Penny.
 

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