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November 25, — 5 min read. It seems that the tale about the cursed and bad poker hand has grabbed the attention of many people since it was released for the first time in the s.
We can see many references to this famous poker hand in the last few decades. The Untouchables was a very popular TV series in the early s. When the detectives come to the scene to investigate the incident, one of the players has Aces and eights in his hands.
The American science-fiction TV series known as Quantum Leap has an even more direct reference to this poker hand.
He has a poker hand that consists of aces and eights. One of the main characters has a tattoo that features the poker hand on the shoulder.
It was to be triggered by numerous sensors sensitive to light, seismic shock, radiation or atmospheric density. Although both Katayev and Korobushin claimed that the mechanism had already been deployed, Viktor Surikov, Deputy Director of the Central Scientific Research Institute for General Machine Building TsNIIMash in —, confirmed in that the Soviets had designed the automatic launch system with seismic, light and radiation sensors, but said that the design had been ultimately rejected by Marshal Sergey Akhromeyev on advice of Korobushin and never materialized.
Accounts differ as to the degree of automation of Dead Hand. In a issue of The New York Times : . The dead-hand system he [Dr. Blair] describes today takes this defensive trend to its logical, if chilling, conclusion.
The automated system in theory would allow Moscow to respond to a Western attack even if top military commanders had been killed and the capital incinerated.
The heart of the system is said to lie in deep underground bunkers south of Moscow and at backup locations. In a crisis, military officials would send a coded message to the bunkers, switching on the dead hand.
If nearby ground-level sensors detected a nuclear attack on Moscow, and if a break was detected in communications links with top military commanders, the system would send low-frequency signals over underground antennas to special rockets.
Flying high over missile fields and other military sites, these rockets in turn would broadcast attack orders to missiles, bombers and, via radio relays, submarines at sea.
Contrary to some Western beliefs, Dr. Blair says, many of Russia's nuclear-armed missiles in underground silos and on mobile launchers can be fired automatically.
However, more recent sources indicate the system was semi-automatic. In a article, Ron Rosenbaum quotes Blair as saying that Dead Hand is "designed to ensure semi-automatic retaliation to a decapitating strike".
David E. Hoffman wrote on the semi-automatic nature of Dead Hand:. And they [the Soviets] thought that they could help those leaders by creating an alternative system so that the leader could just press a button that would say: I delegate this to somebody else.
I don't know if there are missiles coming or not. Somebody else decide. If that were the case, he [the Soviet leader] would flip on a system that would send a signal to a deep underground bunker in the shape of a globe where three duty officers sat.
If there were real missiles and the Kremlin were hit and the Soviet leadership was wiped out, which is what they feared, those three guys in that deep underground bunker would have to decide whether to launch very small command rockets that would take off, fly across the huge vast territory of the Soviet Union and launch all their remaining missiles.
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