Poseidon: Russia’s New Doomsay Machine

Russia’s POSEIDON is a nuclear super-weapon now undergoing testing, comprising an unmanned automated drone submarine that can travel intercontinental distances and defeat U.S. anti-submarine capabilities by speed, stealth, and elusiveness, to deliver a 100-megaton warhead, by far the most powerful nuclear weapon in existence.

POSEIDON’s advertised mission is to destroy U.S. coastal regions, ports, and aircraft carriers by detonating underwater to raise nuclear tsunamis and spread radioactive fallout.

In 1961, Moscow tested a nuclear super-weapon called TSAR designed to yield 100-150 megatons and make enormous amounts of radioactive fallout, like POSEIDON.

POSEIDON’s advertised mission to destroy U.S. coasts, ports, and aircraft carriers may be disinformation, as the machine is unsuited for these purposes, which can be better accomplished by a single Russian ballistic missile submarine and other existing forces.

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Dr. Peter Pry
Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is Executive Director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and Director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum, both Congressional Advisory Boards, and served on the Congressional EMP Commission, the Congressional Strategic Posture Commission, the House Armed Services Committee, and the CIA. He is author of the books "Blackout Wars", "Apocalypse Unknown", and "Electric Armageddon".