posted on Apr, 11 2012 @ 09:19 AM
Seems like the after effects could come back to bite the US military if they ever decided to deploy it. Saw a recent little experiment done by a child
that boiled water on a stove, and microwaved water in the microwave, let both cool down and then watered two identical plants with each. Within three
days the plant given the microwaved water was completely dead, which suggests microwaves could be changing the structure of water to make it harmful.
They say radio waves, but that's still radiation right? Given what a home microwave can do to water to make it lethal to a plant, god knows what this
could do to a person over time. After all up 60% of the human body is comprised of water and 70% of the brain. Scary thought my friends.
On another note, and I'm sure some of you will disagree, I support lethal force more than nonlethal. When you cause pain to an enemy, that's usually
going to make them want to come back and hurt you. Moreso if your 'less lethal' means left lasting aftereffects and maimed one of their comrades on
some level. Everyone understands lethal force in war, and while I don't support the military's decision for being in the middle east, I can
understand why this is the opinion. There's lasting after effects for every conflict, but let's face it, a bullet permanently ends the threat of
that human being attacking you. Perhaps I'm a bit biased as a rape victim, because there's been times in my life I wish I would have been simply
killed instead of what happened to me, but perhaps in some instances death is more humane than a lifetime of suffering caused by 'less lethal'
efforts. How much LESS lethal is it really?