Russia Ukraine War 2022

Who will win this war?.


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Master Chief

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Excluding Surovkins and Shoguis Russian death results, 100,000 dead Ukrainians goes about right with what Scott Ritter reported foe Russian/allied dead 10-15000 (approximately 10,000 Russian and 5,000 Donbass militias). As Ritter said, the Russians will take that ratio all day every day. Lets say 3 times that much is wounded and you have 400,000 Ukrainian casualties and 40 to 50 thousand Russian and allied casualties.
The schizophrenia of pro Russian accounts summarized in the pic below. They go around shouting around that Ursula has accepted 100k Ukranian KIA, while at the same time saying 20,000 Ukranian civilian KIA is fake news ( UN estimate is 6600 Ukranian civilian KIA )..
While, it is possible that 100k Ukranian soldiers are KIA, the fact remains that Ursula was crying hoarse about the "suffering" inflicted by Russia on Ukraine, and when you do Randi Rona you tend towards exaggeration..

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not as much as you or the Nostradamus liking your posts with correct predictions.:rofl: might as well be a smartpilot and highlight the entire message for a better feedback.
I don't know about anything else but claiming Russia won in economics and demographics is just straight up lying.
 

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I don't know about anything else but claiming Russia won in economics and demographics is just straight up lying
it seems their economy will jump back up in 2024 and the euros are using the azeris in a way to still purchase Russian gas. And of course, you probably know this pretty well india seems to like Russian oil along with other countries and still doing more trade businesses with them. Once Ukraine is settled it will cause russians to place air defenses in Ukraine to further deter eastern europes nuclear arsenal and use their land to enrich their economy along with helping them be integrated into Russia. Mariupol is starting to look better and so will ukraine at the end of the war so cheer up a little.
 

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Drones are plain overhyped, just like Javelins and NLAWs, as Nick Moran had explained.
MALE / HALE sure . civilian quadcopters both sides are using are just shitty when it comes to jamming .

there is new tech that dont need gps or inertial nav , just uses navigation by sight like a person - no soft kill for that.
 

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Not a single citizen of Russia died.😉 Perhaps that is why at the beginning of 2023, there will be a new wave of mobilization? 270 thousand was not enough for them to keep the village Pavlovka, because it is again under Ukrainian control.
 

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MALE / HALE sure . civilian quadcopters both sides are using are just shitty when it comes to jamming .
Yeah.
there is new tech that dont need gps or inertial nav , just uses navigation by sight like a person - no soft kill for that.
That's the power of A.I. and machine learning, great stuff, although those have shorter legs.
 

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Yeah.

That's the power of A.I. and machine learning, great stuff, although those have shorter legs.
So an autonomous loitering munition can pick a target, see if it finds a match with likely targets and try to knock it off? All of the above without any instructions from the ground controller coz the drone is all by itself after launch.

Say, a Lancet drone loitering about can tell a Ukrainian T-72 from a Russian T-72 and decide whether to attack it or not.

Can't say for sure but that would be a slightly tough call to make in battlefield conditions.
 

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Say, a Lancet drone loitering about can tell a Ukrainian T-72 from a Russian T-72 and decide whether to attack it or not.

Can't say for sure but that would be a slightly tough call to make in battlefield conditions.
Well you can use various factors to filter targets:

1) Location in regard to FLOT(front line of own troops)
2) Direction of movement for some past x minutes
3) IFF systems if available

And at the end of it, a manual operator will also be there. Machine learning makes the task easier but it can only take decisions or draw parallels with existing data. The final decision has to be taken by the operator
 

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Putler sat down to play with bad cards, hoping for a bluff.
I don't understand, why constant comparisons of Putin with Hitler? Surely Stalin would be a closer comparison, considering a) Putin is basically emulating Stalin in his actions, b) Putin's campaign at whitewashing Stalin and Communism and c) Putin's rhetoric being basically the same rhetoric Communists used to justify their crimes?
 

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