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How effective is our right to bare arms against weapons like these?

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posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 05:41 AM
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FYI, the TERMS AND REFERENCES book was written circa 1996.

(Don't you question the phrase claiming that many of these are...
MERELY PROPOSALS....)


"The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Air Force, the Department of Defense, or the US Government. This paper is approved for public release by OASD/PA and SAF/PAS (with the following disclaimer). Distribution is unlimited."


"Many of the weapon concepts described in this paper are merely proposals. Except where specifically identified in official Department of Defense documents, none of the concepts in this paper should be interpreted to be funded R&D programs or operational weapon systems possessed by the Department of Defense."

HERE IS THE INFO ON HOLOGRAMS:

K. Holograms Hologram, Death . Hologram used to scare a target individual to death. Example, a drug lord with a weak heart sees the ghost of his dead rival appearing at his bedside and dies of fright [149:4].

Hologram, Prophet . The projection of the image of an ancient god over an enemy capitol whose public communications have been seized and used against it in a massive psychological operation [609].

Hologram, Soldiers-Forces . The projection of soldier-force images which make an opponent think more allied forces exist than actually do, make an opponent believe that allied forces are located in a region where none actually exist, and/or provide false targets for his weapons to fire upon. New concept developed in this document.




posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 03:21 PM
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Long clothes won't protect you. Even long clothes with aluminum underneath won't protect you. If there's even a small bit of skin showing, the pain is severe enough on that tiny patch of skin for the beam to still have the full effect.

I've seen a video of a guy holding up a bed mattress to shield himself from the beam. The mattress blocked the beam, but the pain on his fingers was so intense that it got him anyways.

The bottom line is, you can't block or deflect this thing. If you come up against it, your only options are to retreat or destroy it.

I think worrying about this might be a moot point though. Something like this isn't likely to be deployed in combat. If you're there with guns, they aren't going to be there with a fancy ray gun - they're going to be there with their own guns.



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