Microwave weapon used on Indian Army By China?
Microwave weapon used on Indian Army By China: The Indian military has rejected a report in a British newspaper claiming that Chinese troops used “microwave weapons” to expel Indian troops from their territory east of Ladakh. Six months ago, India and China were heavily involved in the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Twenty Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese were killed in a clash between two forces in the Galvan Valley on June 15.
The report said Chinese forces had turned two layers of Indian forces into “microwave ovens”, forcing them to retreat and taking positions without exchange with conventional fire. The “microwave weapons” allegedly planted by China in Ladakh use high-frequency electric rays to heat water on human skin, causing pain and discomfort. “Microwave Weapons” should be a type of precision power tool, mainly aimed at energy based on sonic, laser, or microwave form. China first demonstrated its “microwave weapon” called the Poly WB-1 at an air show in 2014. The U.S. appears to have used such a weapon in Afghanistan but withdrew it without using it against human intentions. American strategists in Cuba and China and members of their families are suspected of being targeted using ‘microwave weapons’. Nausea, headache, fatigue, dizziness, drowsiness, and hearing loss are now known as ‘Havana Syndrome’. There are concerns about whether it can harm the eyes, or have a chronic cancer effect.
What is a Microwave system?
In a microwave oven, an electron tube called a magnetron generates electric waves (microwaves) around the metal surface of the appliance and is absorbed by food. Microwaves break down water molecules in food and their vibrations release the heat that cooks food. Liquid food should be cooked faster in the microwave than dry food.
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