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Stealth Aircraft Cannot Open Bombay Doors - Acoustic Weapons Could Explode On-Board Ordinance

June 10, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 171

How can we prevent stealth aircraft from getting into our homeland airspace? How can we prevent a future attack? Today, an attack on the US seems unlikely granted, but the world today is different than it will be in 5-10 years, lots can happen. Further, Russia has been able to infiltrate their large bombers into Canadian airspace traveling towards the United States, perhaps just to test the early warning system, which in that case, it failed. Canada could not intercept the bombers in time and even if they could the Russia's technology would have eliminated that intercept threat. Okay so let's talk.

There was a patent created to prevent acoustic build up in Bombay areas of aircraft to prevent in-advertent exploding of bombs inside or miss-firing of missile warheads; "Adaptive deployable ramp for suppression of aircraft weapons bay acoustic loads," by Charles Wesley Burdsall USPTO # 6098925 which was filed on Aug 10, 1999 and subsequently issued on; Aug 8, 2000. Of course, if you'll review this patent it cannot be used on Stealth Aircraft lest the protruding flap out into the slipstream will set off a radar signature giving away the aircraft to the enemy's defensive anti-aircraft missile systems.

This means that if our enemies have stealth bombers, we can hit them with an acoustic beam, which will propagate inside of that weapons bay and detonate the bombs, eliminated the threat. Think of the Russian T-50 stealthy bomber variant or China's J-20. Due to the speed of such aircraft sound weapons are problematic for this use with current technologies - and even though an enemy fighter maybe moving toward you, often they will fire further away than their first radar signature is registered.

Next, we must realize that those aircraft once they fire their weapons will be leaving the area faster than the speed of sound, thus your acoustic weapon cannot reach them as they retreat. Plus, we must consider the distances where these acoustic weapons currently are capable, 100-200 meters perhaps, therefore this may not be feasible and certainly isn't feasible with current technology, that's not to say that in the future we will not be able to send a missile with a shot-gun type proximity fuse whose warhead puts out an acoustical shock wave, after all that would be possible with today's scientific know-how.

Consider if you will shock-stun weapons fired from hand held weapons used by police or military for clearing buildings of hostiles, or stunning the bad guys long enough to get the upper hand - same basically principle but attached to a missile warhead in the proximity of the stealth bomber target in this case. Is that feasible - yes, yes it is in fact. Well, perhaps, we need to pursue this technology - yes it might be a dead end, but we need to know. So, please consider all this and think on it.

Lance Winslow has launched a new provocative series of eBooks on Future Military Technologies. Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank;

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