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Originally posted by centurion1211
Nah, a much better description would be that the U.S. is a country that will do everything it takes to not be on the losing end (militarily) of any war it becomes involved in. The other U.S. goal is to always fight in someone else's country In other words, the U.S. does what it has to do so that it never finds itself in a fair (to the other country) fight.
Originally posted by cloakndagger
WOW! That is very impressive. The only draw back would be the energy source. If they could get at least 8 hours of work time with it on a full charge then that is all that's needed for 3 shifts. One recharging while the others being used. This would be good in shipping/receiving. I don't know about combat yet but who knows what they will come up with next.
Originally posted by realism
yeah thats about right... make a new technology that could help a million disabled people and use it to kill or disable a million others instead!!
gotta love the irony!
fighting for peace is like shouting for silence!
Originally posted by ohmymathew
This video is fairly old. This suit is a really good start but wouldn’t be practical for anything other than loading and unloading.
I am designing a full suit that makes every part of your body much more functional. The suit is designed to fit around the whole body rather than just the sides and back. My suit has laser sighting functions and a battle map that is displayed on the visor. It is being designed for the military and can also be used in Space. It does many other things but I don’t feel like typing much more.
The big difficulty to overcome is powering the suit. It takes a fairly large amount of power to get the system fully operational.
Originally posted by West Coast
I do not recall anyone saying that this machine would not be used to help the disabled.
There are, however, emerging Bio-technology's that will go to great lengths in helping the disabled in the near term future.