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Comments on Pulsed Energy Projectile EMPs Your Nervous System
PEPs use plasma to electromagnetically pulse your nervous system into thinking something bad is happening. And you can fine-tune it. (Read the complete story)

"Star Trek agony booths here we go!"
( 2/13/2006 5:19:36 PM)
"This is an area of technology I have fantasized about for at least a decade. The ability to use our knowledge of waveforms and frequency to alter how people live. Files from the Cold War show there is definitely a opportunity to harm to people. In my fantasy we would use this technology to heal and help our people of this planet. One day in Spring of 2001, on CNN there was a brief report about PEP. I was very disappointed../\/\/\ Why isn't this being used in more positive way. I am in the study/\field of engineering and I want to work with this technology, but not like this. Please tell me there is somewhere out there, where they are looking at all the applications of this. "
(Monday 2/13/2006 5:35:49 PM)
"alas most new tech is use for weapons... however i'm sure that the spin offs from this in other areas will help mankind."
( 2/14/2006 4:39:26 AM)
"{grin} just for the record, I was the one who submitted the tip and the quote.
(Sorry about that.. you were in the source code, though! I forgot to finish the href tag...
Chief Technovelgist)
"
(Winchel Chung 2/14/2006 10:10:51 AM)
"For "nice" applications, check out the "tasp" in Niven's known space.
(Ha - you're right. Here's the link for tasp.
Bill)
"
(Jim 2/15/2006 9:28:42 AM)
"Use that laser to drop roof hanger ice(or whats it called?) above sidewalks.
Or to take surface chemical analysis from a distance with a hyperspectral imager to measure the plasma.
Or for metal-wasteless duck hunting.
(Heh... good one. Also, you could use it when grooming ski slopes, reducing the risk of avalanche without launching explosives.
Bill)
"
(leviret 2/15/2006 11:06:28 AM)
"This is a great site for technologies, I am wishing that I could have know your earlier! I think the same about mine at: http://lecan.com "
(Can Le 2/18/2006 7:45:12 AM)
""He jerked his hand from the box, stared at it astonished. Not a mark. No sign of agony on the flesh. He held up the hand, turned it, flexed the fingers. "Pain by nerve induction," she said. "Can't go around maiming potential humans. There're those who'd give a pretty for the secret of this box, though." She slipped it into the folds of her gown." -- Frank Herbert, "Dune"
(Got it - see the entry for pain box.
Bill)
"
(Chris Johnston 2/18/2006 3:33:06 PM)
"These unconstitutional torture devices exist and are in use in the United States and around the World today. Please visit: www.mindjustice.org"
(Richard D. 3/29/2006 1:00:20 PM)
"Awesome, can't wait to buy one! ;)"
( 11/20/2009 2:14:27 AM)

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