US intelligence report says Havana Syndrome probably wasn’t caused by ‘energy weapons’
China has a microwave pain weapon of its own
There are some unanswered questions. Besides the uncertainty of when (and if) WB-1 might enter service, there’s also the matter of its technical feasibility. The Active Denial System took 16 hours to start, and it didn’t work reliably in dust or rain. Unless Poly has licked those problems, its gun won’t do much when there’s a surprise encounter or stormy weather. With that said, you might want to be careful if you go boating around Chinese waters… you may get a lot more than a stern talking-to if you venture into disputed areas.
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