Others have taken note of the purported Russian super-weapon Status-6, their evaluation less than sanguine. From Strategy Page:
"Strategic Weapons: Russia And The Impossible Dream"
"In what may or may not have been an error, a Russian website recently posted (briefly) a photo and description of 'Status-6' reconstruction."
"From a technical point of view this torpedo made no sense"
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"The story is generally not believed by anyone in the U.S. Department of Defense, but those without access to technical experts could be persuaded to believe it."
This is Status-6 as was shown without a sense of scale as to size. A nuclear powered torpedo.
Like I said before, this super-weapon sounds like the sort of thing Nikita Khruschev used to boast about during the height of the Cold War. Atomic munitions "on paper" having an awesome capability but not technically feasible OR perhaps not even from the military standpoint even desirable.
NOW YOU HAVE THE REST OF THE STORY AND ARE THE BETTER FOR IT TOO! INCLUDING MYSELF.