KALI Weapon – okay, that doesn’t sound good! It is a weapon and hence, it is associated with destruction. However, weapons are necessary because it turns out that humans kind of love war and mutual destruction. Fortunately, there are some countries in this world that look out for peace and the only reason they stash weapons is that they want to defend themselves from intruding forces led by warmongers. India is one such nation which has no known history of attacking a country. Every time India has been involved in an armed conflict, it has been a different country which tried to intrude into her geographical boundaries.
Luckily over years, India has developed a military might that is well-respected all over the globe. The weapons stash of India accommodates nuclear arms too that are capable of unleashing unimaginable destruction on its enemies. The nation has also developed some state of the art advanced weapons that can render enemy forces helpless. KALI weapon is one such weapon. Let us take a quick look at some of the interesting KALI weapon facts and find out the truth behind this weapon, which is often dubbed as India’s top-secret weapon.
Before that: referring to KALI as KALI Weapon is not entirely accurate because KALI in its current form is difficult to weaponize because of its sheer size and operational blockades. However, over time the machine can be weaponized and used as a beam weapon and inducted into Indian Armed Forces. For the time being however, we will refer to the device as KALI Weapon because that is how it is know among the common masses.
Interesting KALI Weapon Facts: 1-10
1. The KALI Weapon project is considered as a top-secret defense project and hence, not much information is made available in public domain.
2. Many people often cite it as a high-power laser beam weapon that destroys enemy weapons by boring a hole into them. This however is not true and many of the YouTube videos are actually based on this false premise.
3. The truth is that KALI actually emits Relativistic Electron Beams (abbreviated as REB) in form of powerful pulses.
4. These REBs are converted into microwaves known for frying any electronic circuitry that is onboard any enemy plane or missile. As the electronic circuitry is destroyed, the missiles and planes become completely useless and fall off from flight trajectory.
5. Unlike laser weapons, KALI is far quicker and more effective. This is because of the fact that lasers are known for boring holes into enemy weapons. This is pretty time consuming and not very effective.
6. Unlike the laser guns, the KALI weapon can actually destroy UAVs and satellites in no time. This is one reason why China considers KALI as a big threat.
7. KALI is known for bursting out microwaves in quick pulses. These microwave pulses are immensely powerful and pack a punch of a scale of gigawatts of power. Just in case you are not aware, 1 gigawatt is equal to a thousand million watts. (1,000 million watts = 1 gigawatt).
8. What does that kind of power mean? In case you are not aware, any modern weapon using electronic circuitry is capable of withstanding electrical fields energy no more than 300 electron volts/centimeter.
9. KALI Weapon on the other hand generates way more energy that what current electronic components of modern weapons and airplanes can handle. Once such energy hits a weapon or a satellite or an UAV, the electronic circuitry will fry before even one can recognize what has hit them.
10. What KALI really does is soft-kill. It simply destroys the electronic circuits of air-borne weapons and planes and brings them down in no time. It is highly effective and saves a lot of time.