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Cirque du So-What Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-25-10 07:20 AM
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7. Naww, much too powerful for a hand-held device
You need a much sturdier weapons platform, say, a starship that fires photon torpedoes.

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  -Super Photons, a condensate made of light HysteryDiagnosis  Nov-25-10 06:46 AM   #0 
  - WOW ! Great article, thanks for posting it.  Motown_Johnny   Nov-25-10 07:01 AM   #1 
  - This sounds like it might have a military application.  Ikonoklast   Nov-25-10 07:04 AM   #2 
     - Or maybe candy.... incandescant, cherry flavored taste bud  HysteryDiagnosis   Nov-25-10 07:06 AM   #3 
     - That emit a burst of X-rays when you bite into them!  Ikonoklast   Nov-25-10 07:12 AM   #5 
        - I would, again, love to see the battery that small and yet that powerful  Motown_Johnny   Nov-25-10 07:18 AM   #6 
           - Not a battery as such, think capacitor.  Ikonoklast   Nov-25-10 07:35 AM   #8 
     - Everything has military implications. I would love to see the battery for your blaster  Motown_Johnny   Nov-25-10 07:08 AM   #4 
     - Naww, much too powerful for a hand-held device  Cirque du So-What   Nov-25-10 07:20 AM   #7 
        - Waste of energy.  Ikonoklast   Nov-25-10 07:44 AM   #9 
           - Could it be that the military-industrial complex  Cirque du So-What   Nov-25-10 09:00 AM   #10 
              - Horrible to think that just might be true.  Ikonoklast   Nov-25-10 09:52 AM   #12 
  - I thought the main problem in continuing to miniaturize computer chips...  MilesColtrane   Nov-25-10 09:28 AM   #11 

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