American expert: the iPhone is thousands of times smarter than the nuclear missiles of Russia
An expert on nuclear weapons, U.S. Department of energy Robert Kelly compared the new Russian Intercontinental ballistic missile RS-28 “Sarmat” and Apple smartphones. In his view, the electronics in the iPhone shows great progress while the components of the Russian ICBMs remained at the level of 70-ies.
Western experts excited the first image of the new Russian Intercontinental ballistic missile. Promising ICBMs can carry up to 16 warheads, able to erase from the face of the Earth European country the size of France or England.
British newspaper the Daily Mail promised his readers that “Sarmat” — a final warning to Vladimir Putin the West is able to erase from the face of the Earth England and Wales with a nuclear strike 2000 times more powerful than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Newspaper the Sun frightened the readers of the article about superacute that can destroy a country the size of France “one button push”, hitting more than 12 targets at once. The New York Post called the Russian nuclear weapons “disguised devil”, Recalling the previous generation of Soviet and Russian ICBM R-36M2 “Voevoda” (SS-18 “Satan” in NATO classification).
And expert on nuclear weapons, U.S. Department of energy Robert Kelly believes that Russia had not achieved major progress in the case of RS-28 “Sarmat”, as in the new missile, according to him, used obsolete electronics.
“Your iPhone today could make thousands of times more things than in the 1970-ies, when these systems were first deployed. Many of the awkward electronic circuits of that time no longer exists, and nobody knows where to get them,” said he.