posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 08:16 PM
The only relation to Tesla with this is in the minds of the Daily Mail, sad to say. There really isn't any connection.
This is also old as income taxes, too. It's about the third go-around with LIPC/electrical discharge weapons. Who knows, eventually they might get it
right. But so far, it's been a real bust, even though it sounds ok.
Oh, yeah, can't do LIPC from orbit, so satellites are right out, saw someone mention that above. Also, I'm sure they'd like to miniaturize it - the
last rig took two 18-wheeler trailers full of crap to do this at all, and it did a particularly unpredictable and sorry job. It's been funded,
defunded, discontinued, recontinued, bribed, and investigated every year since what, 2005?
What they're not talking about is that it's pretty damned tough to do a stable LIPC. It doesn't want to go straight more than a few feet, then it
sort of goes where it wants. A lot of things affect it as well, including wind, nearby explosions, rain, dust and so on.