The Extinction Protocol

April 20, 2013CHINAUnidentified lights have been seen over the Bohai Sea at night, which could be a sign that China is testing new nuclear missiles, Duowei News, a Chinese-language media based in New York, cited Chinese websites as reporting Tuesday. The Bohai Sea is the innermost gulf of the Yellow Sea on China’s northeastern coast. The Nezavisimaya Gazeta, a Russian newspaper, reported a day earlier that China must have developed new multiple-warhead intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), and has the ability to overwhelm U.S. missile defense systems and launch counter nuclear attacks. The Wall Street Journal, meanwhile, reported that the U.S. now has 806 ICBMs deployed, while Russia has a total of 491 and China has only between 50 and 75. Some experts have said that China plans to increase its deployed ICBMs to 500. In addition, it plans to develop multiple-warhead ICBMs to penetrate…

View original post 130 more words

Advertisements