From: Gregory Alan Bolcer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Dec 06 2000 - 15:20:12 PST
Screw star trek; we now have a mechanism for transporting
something that can be converted into energy over
wireless airways. From the article, it says:
the phaser-like device uses two beams of UV
radiation to ionize paths in the air along which
electrical current is conducted to and from the target.
In effect, the beams create wires through
the atmosphere wherever they are pointed.
Redtooth here we come! Finally, we can get rid of those
annoying power cables. I hope those guys figure out a way
to make billions.
> "Anti-Personnel Beam Weapon" features 2
> kilometer margin of error: In an event sure to go over
> well with Star Trek monomaniacs far and wide, HSV
> Technologies has reportedly developed a non-lethal
> weapon capable of immobilizing criminals -- or anyone
> else, for that matter -- with an ultraviolet laser beam. The
> "Anti-Personnel Beam Weapon" or "Non-Lethal Tetanizing
> Beam Weapon," apparently uses UV radiation to establish
> an ionized path in the air along which an electrical current
> capable of paralyzing the skeletal muscles of anything up to
> 2 kilometers away can be transmitted.
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