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China’s Futuristic Warship: Propelling Forward with Stolen Designs?

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China has unveiled its ambitious plans to develop a futuristic warship that would revolutionize naval combat and bring science fiction into reality. Rear Admiral Ma Weiming of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy has presented a peer-reviewed paper outlining groundbreaking technologies that could potentially transform the nature of warfare at sea. “It will completely overturn the combat formation of naval fleets that has been in place for over a hundred years,” said Ma.

The centerpiece of this endeavor is a supership armed with an array of cutting-edge weaponry. Utilizing nuclear energy as its power source, this vessel aims to leverage electromagnetic energy to activate an arsenal of rail guns, rocket launchers, laser weapons, and high-powered microwaves. Rear Admiral Ma envisions a paradigm shift in naval warfare, asserting that this vessel’s capabilities would render traditional fleet formations obsolete.

By converting the ship’s nuclear energy into electromagnetic power, this supership would possess unparalleled versatility. It would seamlessly execute a myriad of tasks, from defending against air attacks to engaging in anti-submarine warfare, intercepting missiles, and delivering precision strikes on both naval and land targets. The traditional roles of an entire fleet of ships would be condensed into a single, all-purpose vessel.

While specifics regarding the timeline for development remain undisclosed, Rear Admiral Ma asserts that China has already made significant strides in foundational technologies essential to this project. The PLA Navy has conducted large-scale sea tests of rail guns, achieving breakthroughs in smaller electromagnetic guns that incorporate spin-up technology for enhanced accuracy. Moreover, China has resolved key challenges related to electromagnetic launch systems for various combat platforms, revolutionizing the concept of warfare at sea.

The implications of this project are staggering. The supership’s nuclear-powered electromagnetic system would convert nuclear energy into kinetic force or electricity, driving high-energy weapon systems. Rail guns with extended reach could engage targets in near space at astonishing speeds, while electromagnetic-launched missiles could be reloaded automatically, much like an automatic rifle. The vessel’s capabilities would also extend underwater, with electromagnetic coilguns augmenting its prowess in underwater attacks and defense.

Laser weapons, leveraging the speed of light for precise targeting, and high-powered microwave weapons, capable of countering multiple targets simultaneously, would further enhance the vessel’s combat potential. The supership’s advanced power management system, bolstered by the virtually limitless supply of nuclear energy, would also support powerful radar systems and other energy-intensive sensors, granting an unprecedented advantage in detecting adversaries from greater distances.

The research team behind this endeavor emphasizes that China is prepared to turn this science-fiction concept into a tangible reality. Breakthroughs in electromagnetic launch technology, amassed over two decades of intense competition, have propelled China to the forefront of this field. Meanwhile, their Western counterparts have encountered technical challenges and budget constraints, hampering progress in this realm. China’s commitment to sustained support and investment has allowed them to surge ahead, solidifying their lead in the race for advanced electromagnetic launch systems.

Most of what the technologies they are proposing were are based on designs stolen from the U.S., technologies already incorporated or being tested for U.S. warships. While the Chinese Navy is behind in these technologies, they are catching up quickly with the help of American tech. This is the price of ignoring the massive Chinese espionage operation we have operating in the the U.S. at this moment.

https://www.foxnews.com/world/china-making-science-fiction-super-warship-report-claims-big-step-forward

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/military/article/3224083/chinese-military-tests-advanced-055-destroyer-dalian-evacuation-mission-skills

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