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You scoff now, but soon one day, they'll have these laser killing systems available for use against human miscreants???!!! Hopefully they'll be able to sense out the evil ones amongst the good ones in the crowd???!!!!

It's about time some laser weapons hit the market.
(03-05-2015 04:59 PM)kungfool Wrote: [ -> ]It's about time some laser weapons hit the market.
Now if they could come up with Stark Trek-type phasers that could effectively and efficiently stun the human target, then all these police-shootings may end once and for all???!!! I thought they were experimenting and close to the production stage of weapons that could shoot out a disabling foam (that would solidify instantly) or ones that shoot out sticky webs (ala Spiderman)???!!! And didn't the US military come up with sonic/vibrational weapons that could disable an enemy at some distance???!!! I wonder if the gun lobby (via their supported congressmen and senators) have put a stop on a lot of these projects, which might require government money for the research and development???!!!
In the future, babies will be implanted with life-long computer chips that will do things like track them, monitor health, etc. Oh, and if a person becomes considered a social risk, then the chip will "malfunction" -Catch my drift???!!!
NOW we're talking --- the real deal is on the way????!!! I pity the fools who will be in the next war with the United States---and a war maybe as early as when Jeb Bush becomes President???!!!


A new laser system can create massive engine trouble from a mile away.

Lockheed Martin announced Tuesday it successfully tested a laser that, when fired a mile from a small truck, could disable the engine.

The developer of weapons for the U.S. military did not provide video of the demonstration in its announcement, but included a picture of the truck, which had a burning hole in the middle of the hood.

The Advanced Test High Energy Asset laser system, or ATHENA, melted the vehicle's manifold in seconds. The truck was not moving, but its engine was running, the company said.

The company said the laser, which presumably could stop an enemy vehicle from getting anywhere close to a base or soldiers, demonstrates “rapidly evolving precision capability to protect military forces and critical infrastructure.”

A spokeswoman told the Daily News the technology can be repackaged for tactical platforms

In the case of a truck or other small ground vehicle, disabling the engine is an effective way to make it inoperable.
“The technologies incorporated in ATHENA have been developed for ground, maritime and air environments, and can be used for self-defense against a range of close-in threats from military forces or terrorists, such as ground vehicles, rockets, artillery, unmanned aerial systems and small boats,” she said. “In the case of a truck or other small ground vehicle, disabling the engine is an effective way to make it inoperable.”

This was the first time Lockheed Martin field tested this 30-kilowatt, single-mode fiber laser. ATHENA is unique because it combines multiple laser modules into a single powerful beam that is more efficient and powerful than single lasers a third as powerful used in other weapon systems.

The technique is called "spectral beam combining," the company said.

"Fiber-optic lasers are revolutionizing directed energy systems," Keoki Jackson, Lockheed Martin chief technology officer, said in a statement. "This test represents the next step to providing lightweight and rugged laser weapon systems for military aircraft, helicopters, ships and trucks."
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