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Good evening dear friends! I want to share with you some information you may have heard about in the news. Namely, these are weapons that Chinese troops used to force Indian soldiers to withdraw during the conflict on the border between the two countries in the Himalayas.
In fact, a Chinese electromagnetic weapon can literally cook human tissue because it works on the same principle as a microwave oven and heats everything in its range. It heats water molecules under human skin and causes huge pains, which become bigger and bigger, and can reach the target at a distance of about a kilometer.
Chinese troops drove out Indian soldiers without firing a single bullet. Thus, they did not violate the agreement between the two countries, according to which in the event of a conflict between the border forces around that mountainous territory, firearms must not be used. This is considered to be the first publicly announced use of electromagnetic weapons in real conflict.
The mentioned electromagnetic weapons were used at the end of August this year, when the two countries that also have nuclear weapons clashed in the area of the mountain passes of the Himalayas. At least 20 Indian soldiers were killed in that clash, while Beijing did not announce the number of victims on the Chinese side. It was the fiercest conflict between India and China for the last more than half a century.
Whose disputed territory is it?
Both of these Asian countries claim to be claiming territory along the 3,500km Himalayan border, one of the longest land in the world, but there have been largely no armed incidents since the 1962 war.
The dividing line runs between the Chinese-controlled Aksai Qin area and the rest of the disputed Jammu and Kashmir region. This general line of demarcation is the result of the mentioned work, but there is no agreement on its length and where exactly it passes. China considers Aksai Qin to be part of its Xinjiang region, and India to be part of its Ladakh region.
China believes that it owns a territory of 90 thousand square kilometers in northeastern India, which includes the Indian federal state of Arunachal Pradesh, in which the majority is a Buddhist population.
India, on the other hand, claims that China has occupied 38 thousand square kilometers of its territory in the western part of the Himalayas.
By the way, the idea that guided the constructors of this weapon is to provoke the boiling of molecular water under the skin with the help of microwaves, and the Americans constructed this weapon at first with the intention of breaking up demonstrations. Nikola Tesla wrote about all this 100 years ago. At the base of Tesla's sketches for weapons is a beam of electrons.
The Americans put it in Hammer, which has an antenna, which looks like an ordinary radar antenna. However, it is not a radar, but a weapon with an electron beam and is called ADS - active denial system. The system acts on people conditionally without injuries. The basic idea was to make a weapon that is not deadly, but that will chase the enemy.
The weapon consists of a vacuum source of electrons, which are sent in the direction of an ordinary antenna mirror, with the help of which they are electronically focused and reflected into a focused beam on the target. The focus can be wider or narrower, but is usually forty to fifty meters. Although they all hide the range of electromagnetic weapons, the ranges are relatively short.
Chinese weapons, if they acted on a larger number of troops, also had a slightly larger range. The beam travels at the speed of light and penetrates the skin very little, two to three millimeters, approximately. It causes the temperature of water molecules in the body to rise and a person has a feeling of burning. The temperature rises to 130 Fahrenheit and that electron pulse lasts up to two seconds. When you push your finger into water that is about 60 degrees warm, which is about 130 Fahrenheit, you feel baked. However, if the temperature is so high under the skin, you feel that you are burning and then there is a general flight, because the skin temperature rises to 60 degrees in a maximum of two seconds. This is a huge difference in relation to body temperature.
The action of the beam for more than two seconds, for example up to ten seconds, would lead to complete drying of the skin and burning of the body.
For me, this information is very scary! I don't like it when I hear that people are suffering in conflicts.