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post #71 of 119
Dang! Did you guys see that? It caught fire!
post #72 of 119
Whats the distance and accuracy of this thing?

Example: 2 Huge naval ships meet and fight... old pirate style
One redies the lazzzeeerrrr
Other shoots a torpedo and cannon

The lazer begins to heat up a certain part of the ship....and its blasted and destroyed
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Originally Posted by valvegamer View Post
Ok here me out we all no the government military or what ever. Has weapons and tech that we dont no about so. What if they make a larger scale laser and attach it to a satellite dish put that ***** in orbit and the USA could shoot any thing or one that they could find from space ? Creepy
Well I spoke with someone who claimed he worked for the air force and he said they already had precision rail guns in space which apparently they shot at Saddam Husseins house as well as microwave "guns" that can saturate large areas as in miles and miles of ground with microwaves and kill all the people there. I'm sure there is already some kind of laser tech up there, might be useful for anti ICBM measures.

Scary how much money countries invest in finding ways to effectively kill each other when could be curing disease, poverty and hunger.
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Thank you untill it comes out of someone working with the technology directly then nobody believes it. They've had tech that would make sc fi fans blush. Do the research, why you think Gary Mckinnon is in so much trouble. If the public really knew where the money was going then the world would turn upside down in a day. Our dependence on fuel, come on its capitalism and a front and we let them do it cause people like to have their head in the sand.

Black ops groups working with some dangerous stuff they have been for a long time.

But theres also stuff that could fix it all, and most works on simple principles. But mankind needs to accept this revelation to do something about it.
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Quote:
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And this cost how much?
Less than a rail gun

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Dang! Did you guys see that? It caught fire!
Well my good sir, it would indeed appear you come to the same conclusion as everyone else who watched that video. -1
Edited by Xzeara - 4/8/11 at 9:21pm
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Well my good sir, it would indeed appear you come to the same conclusion as everyone else who watched that video. -1
Derp.
post #77 of 119
so if i make my boat using shiny stuff like mirrors this would be useless?
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post #78 of 119
I swear the only reason there doing this is so they can say "imma firin mah lazer" when they push the button.
post #79 of 119
*reads title*


.... Looks more like a boat than a ship

mmmm.....fire


moves on.
post #80 of 119
I was just going to post this because I thought it was EXTREMELY coincidental that NASA now wants all planes retrofitted with an energy absorbent shield to protect them from lightning strikes, heat and impact. but the timing is just too coincidental, that this shield would also protect from this type of laser.

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/...of-magic-skin/
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