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From: email@example.com (Rich Grise)
Subject: Re: Small Tesla Coil
Date: 23 Nov 2002 18:31:45 -0800
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NNTP-Posting-Date: 24 Nov 2002 02:31:46 GMT
"Sir Charles W. Shults III" wrote in message news:...
> "Steve Jones" wrote in message
> > first of all rebar is worthy of no comment
> You asked, I answered. What is there to comment about?
I guess if it was all I had, I'd settle for rebar, but I'd much
rather a small pistol. Or a medium-sized one. ;-}
> > sure a light sword would be a useless weapon but then that is not the point
> > the point is can these technologies be realised in our lifetime at all?
> > As I said its easy to mock - much harder to think about it
> Not hard to think about at all- just hard to find realistic methods of doing
> it. If these things were easy, they would be all over the place already.
> Chip Shults
> My robotics, space and CGI web page - http://home.cfl.rr.com/aichip
A light sword a la Star Wars would be a pretty awesome weapon, as
long as you're better at using it than your opponent (same as
anything else, I guess) - And I'm pretty sure we're a ways from
a handheld weapons-grade laser - I'm a tooling designer for the
latest version of The Airborne Laser ( http://www.airbornelaser.com/ ),
and I don't know how big the actual laser itself is, but the power
supply occupies the entire rest of the fuselage of a 747. Maybe
handheld for King Kong or the Jolly Ho Ho Ho Green Giant! ;-}
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