China: The Next SuperPower

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Asif Iqbal

Arlington, TX

#1 Feb 28, 2013
This is a quantum leap above anything the US has on the drawing board.
They have thought "outside the box" on this one.
Better speed, larger capacity, much more stable, etc.
Definitely a "blue-water" long reach vessel.
Plus they can service their nuke sub fleet in-between the twin hulls ( sight unseen ) or even launch amphibious opps from same.
It will be launched in half the time it takes the USA at just one-third the cost.
Add the new Chinese stealth fighter bomber (naval version already flight-testing) in the mix and you have the makings of a formidable weapons system indeed.
Also look at that extra ''parking and readiness'' station between both hull structures.
And of course the launching and landing capabilities from the utilization of twin flight decks at once.

P.S. Some thought should be given to advising you to learn to speak mandarin (forget Spanish).

P.S. Six of these vessels (two pacific, two Atlantic, one Indian ocean and one on the Mediterranean sea) would be a pretty good diplomatic
"big stick." Note : the Chinese are already drilling for oil off Cuba , Brazil and Venezuela.
Can they build a fleet of these things?

A few facts: the Chinese have completed the world's biggest dam (three gorges), the world's longest over-water bridge (65 times as much steel as in the Eiffel tower), constructed a 15,000 ft. high railroad into Tibet (all considered major engineering feats).

China is the only nation other than Russia that can launch men into outer space
(US capability ended with the last space shuttle launch this month).
They have also shot down a surveillance satellite (one of their own) from the ground.
Plus, they "own US" in the international debt game.

China's new carrier could be twice as fast as anything the US has, plus the stability of a catamaran type hull will greatly reduce the pitching, yawing and swaying common to the present designs.

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Hindu Bharva

Arlington, TX

#2 Apr 1, 2013
Asif Iqbal wrote:
This is a quantum leap above anything the US has on the drawing board.
They have thought "outside the box" on this one.
Better speed, larger capacity, much more stable, etc.
Definitely a "blue-water" long reach vessel.
Plus they can service their nuke sub fleet in-between the twin hulls ( sight unseen ) or even launch amphibious opps from same.
It will be launched in half the time it takes the USA at just one-third the cost.
Add the new Chinese stealth fighter bomber (naval version already flight-testing) in the mix and you have the makings of a formidable weapons system indeed.
Also look at that extra ''parking and readiness'' station between both hull structures.
And of course the launching and landing capabilities from the utilization of twin flight decks at once.
P.S. Some thought should be given to advising you to learn to speak mandarin (forget Spanish).
P.S. Six of these vessels (two pacific, two Atlantic, one Indian ocean and one on the Mediterranean sea) would be a pretty good diplomatic
"big stick." Note : the Chinese are already drilling for oil off Cuba , Brazil and Venezuela.
Can they build a fleet of these things?
A few facts: the Chinese have completed the world's biggest dam (three gorges), the world's longest over-water bridge (65 times as much steel as in the Eiffel tower), constructed a 15,000 ft. high railroad into Tibet (all considered major engineering feats).
China is the only nation other than Russia that can launch men into outer space
(US capability ended with the last space shuttle launch this month).
They have also shot down a surveillance satellite (one of their own) from the ground.
Plus, they "own US" in the international debt game.
China's new carrier could be twice as fast as anything the US has, plus the stability of a catamaran type hull will greatly reduce the pitching, yawing and swaying common to the present designs.
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China and Pakistan are best friends, and both hate Endia.
DUMB PAKI

Croydon, UK

#3 Apr 3, 2013
Hindu Bharva wrote:
<quoted text>
China and Pakistan are best friends, and both hate Endia.
Yeah, you just keep on believing that.
LOL
mICHEAL

Karachi, Pakistan

#4 Apr 16, 2013
3 Trillion $ and its China's US Payable
Ali Abbas

Sugar Land, TX

#5 Apr 16, 2013
Hoping pretty soon China becomes the next superpower so it can show the US what it's made of
mICHEAL

Karachi, Pakistan

#6 Apr 17, 2013
USA On brink of default they even heard that they going to print AMERO a new Currency and also One Trillion $ COIN ...
out of thin AIR ...
Aslam Bhai

Sugar Land, TX

#7 Apr 18, 2013
mICHEAL wrote:
USA On brink of default they even heard that they going to print AMERO a new Currency and also One Trillion $ COIN ...
out of thin AIR ...
Indeed US is wasting its time by sending foreign aid it is affecting its economy....... I live in the US I know how America has become not the same as how it was a few years back

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#8 Apr 18, 2013
possible, very soon.
mICHEAL

Karachi, Pakistan

#9 Apr 30, 2013
China takes strategic Control of Port in Pakistan

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