...that when fusion as a transportable energy source is finally attained (for a certainty), what our military has already built will then go into full
Everyone's elusive "ufos,"(which if btw, anyone wondered why they're not seen being used can visit
this link here
) plasma shielding (interestingly enough spoken about very
recently here on ATS within the Horrifying US Secret Tank Unleashed In Baghdad!!
thread), as well as laser (or plasma pulse, also see listed thread) weapons can and will be integrated. We seem on such a cusp of events lately that I
wanted to just let members here know that what they've asked for for so long will come to fruition. As soon as the limitations of energy/batteries
are solved. Already we have in stock weapons simply waiting for this "innovation." In the meantime project blacklight has been showing some promise.
Laser weaponry is far more useful, as it's just light and requires no waiting on a missile to actually reach contact with it's designated target.
Let's not even go into the whole "time distortion" (temporal cloaking) things being worked on now. Who needs a planet when you have access a
limitless supply of energy? Pentagon Scientists Use 'Time Hole' to Make Events
Anyways, the common tune with all of these things are simply the power draw needed.
I only mention this because of a thread on these forums lately that I encountered discussing a union of the u.s. corporations and that of the Iran's
in order to attain this technological secret. They have skilled workers, we admit. That's fine. So help the US attain this last bit and we'll be
less than worried even if you were to attain a nuclear weapon. That was nearly 50 years ago. We've moved way beyond that now. There are other simpler
ways to cause destruction like that without all the cost Iranian team to collaborate with US
company on nuclear fusion project
This is why the collaboration will be allowed.
Sharing this as a(n) R&D guy myself. I'm curious though, and while absolutely an issue dealing with military projects, these things were not the
reason for the thread.
If you all were to suddenly, let's say, be introduced to a slew of technological innovations at the very same time, what would your reactions be?
Unification? Fear? Exultation? Consider it to be "alien?" Would you prefer it introduced slowly over time, or during periods of warfare? Please
share with me your thoughts.