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Originally posted by AnteBellum
Like a defibrillator or massive electric shock treatment.
Just without touching someone first?
Being close to electrical fields does effect humans, but it is very subjective to the individual.
Creates all sorts of issues.edit on 5/23/2011 by AnteBellum because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi
Neutron weapons seem more practical for the same conclusions in the OP. With a neutron weapon, you're basically using a nuclear-type weapon to emit radiation only, which would kill anything organic but leave all structures intact.
Originally posted by NetStorm
That raises the question, why does a EMP resulting from a nuclear blast (atomic tests etc) not affect a human body? Or does it, and we just do not know about it.
Some test subjects have been completely unaffected by the light, and although the manufacture makes wide and un-based claims about the product's effectiveness, the CEO of Intelligent Optics, the producer of the device, has actually commented "I don’t think we've had anyone actually be sick"