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. . . less-than-lethal . . .
Originally posted by shearder
And then it will be the "wonder" riot weapon .... leaving the moon in a trailing cloud of dust…. Etc etc etc etc etc
[edit on 29/8/2006 by shearder]
Originally posted by watch_the_rocks
Now what's that supposed to mean? Personally, I think I'd like to be hit by something 'non-lethal' rather than something 'less-than-lethal.' Just how much less than lethal is it.
a glaring example:
The operation was a success, but the patient died. Norma died after being given a blood transfusion where the blood had been warmed in a microwave oven. This was our first big clue to the fact that heating things in a microwave does
Microwave hair removal is not cleared by FDA for use on the head or near the eyes. Medical literature has shown that microwave radiation taken in concentrated doses to the eyes can cause cataracts and other damage.