Military Ray Gun • ADS Electromagnetic Radiation Weapon

The Advanced Denial System (ADS) is a focused beam of electromagnetic radiation that heats human skin painfully in order to disperse targeted individuals.

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-8 1. Zebulun commented 8 years ago

Don't mess w/ the US.
We'll shoot you with our lasers!
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+4 2. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 8 years ago

But first let me take a selfie :D
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+5 3. ungula commented 8 years ago

For those ho don't know this is the same s**t you all have in the microwave oven. In the Vietnam war the military used bluetooth for wokitoki, they released it for the civilian public in 2000's. So do the math for how long the military had this in their equipment. I am amazed how this morons release a minor thing each year to restore faith in the military complex through fear. We don't need war anymore, we are in the 21st century, GROW THE F**K UP!!! If the corporations will release all the military technology the world will be a much better place to live in...

And this statement: "to disperse targeted individuals"... You can melt iron with that, is like saying: "We invented the gun to shoot in the air to scare our enemy..."
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+1 4. fishy commented 8 years ago

The US millitary makes me sick to my stomach.
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-6 5. Zebulun commented 8 years ago

Hey #3, take your speech to the IS and other terrorist groups that kill innocent people.
I'm sure they will listen ;)
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-7 6. ungula commented 8 years ago

Hey #5, was there any IS before the Iraqi war? ;)

What is the use then for this hi tech military if they "couldn't" stop Al-Qaeda, a cave based terrorist group, from killing 3000 american's on american soil?
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+3 7. kirkelicious commented 8 years ago

This will be a reliable weapon against rioting vegans. All you need to beat this system is a 1/64 inch thick meat-suit.
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+2 8. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

Hey #6 technically their was ISIS before the Iraqi war, they were the psycho's within Al-Queda that just didn't have a separate name yet. And to correct you twice in one comment, when a group of delusional's believe that they will go to paradise (which as you point out has got to be an improvement from living in a cave)(Maybe if they didn't live in such a shitehole they wouldn't be so keen to end it all) if they fly planes full of innocent civilians into buildings full of more innocent civilians including Muslims that they claim to represent. It is very difficult to protect oneself against such a mentality.

Of course if they were really brave and formed themselves into a land based army like in the olden days I'm sure they would be plenty of equally sized land based armys willing to kick their asses into any paradise they choose.
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+6 9. dushan commented 8 years ago

#5 and #6 there is a huge amount of money involved here ( in this military machine ), and by using simple math you can see that peace is not the ultimate goal ( there is no money in peace ), so i wouldn't be surprised if "is" is "the phantom menace" created by the same military machine
and let's not forget who trained and financed bin-laden and his talibans ( to fight against rusia ), and many other terrorist groups when served the purpose
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+5 10. bella1 commented 8 years ago

Maybe they can use this thing to disperse people rioting over cartoons
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+3 11. jeanmike commented 8 years ago

Advanced Denial System can be denied with umbrella :(|)
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+4 12. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#11 Hehe..metalplate to reflect it. You have a laser? I got a got a microwave beam? I got a metalplate!
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0 13. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#9 You gotta' be kidding. The thousands of people being butchered and beheaded by ISIS in the name of Allah are the victims of a "phantom menace" created by the US? That is quite a stretch of credulity right there.

"and by using simple math you can see that peace is not the ultimate goal" So you think shooting rioters who are a threat is a kinder,gentler thing to do rather than just heating them up?

The Soviet Union had invaded Afghanistan with the intent to make them another communist satellite country,so helping the mujahidin fight the USSR made sense back in the early 1980's. It is sad that radical Islam's hatred of the West grew out of those days. Remember,Islamists tried to blow-up the WTC for the first time in 1993 for no reason.
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0 14. dushan commented 8 years ago

#13 what i've learned in life is there is ALWAYS a reason, sometimes is below our noses, so close that we can see it
and you know that i'm not talking about this particular ray gun machine, but about usa military industry.
you are not trying to say that this billions of dollars worth industry and corporate mind cares about anything else except about profit? and you are not trying to say that peace is profitable? right?

"the soviet union had invaded afghanistan with the intent to make them another communist satellite country", by that logic nato initiated breakdown of ex yugoslavia so it could make nato satellites from leftovers, since serbia would never join nato due to it's ties to russia ( like russia gives a s#%& about serbia ), and let's not forget that balcan is strategic area :)

you also confirmed that usa financed bin-laden and talibans, what makes you think that it's not financing "is" in the same manner? ( did you noticed how islamist attacks are happening always in some convenient times? but it's probably just a coincidence )

it's all about money and power, at least we can agree on that
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+5 15. LightAng3l commented 8 years ago

Complaining about the weapons the US military has is not reasonable in my opinion... because I prefer that the US has them instead of corrupt murdering states like NK, Russia or Syria.
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+1 16. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

#14 You've learned well: (i)
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0 17. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#14 Your comparing of NATO to the USSR goes a long way to understanding your warped sense of good and bad. The US had always helped countries being threatened by being swallowed-up by the USSR , so if that is what YOU call financing the mujahidin, then we did. But NATO does not subjugate member countries like the Soviets did when they took control of neighboring countries to increase their power.
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+1 18. Glubok commented 8 years ago

Which was the only country in the world to have dropped nuclear weapons on civilians ? Twice...
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+1 19. oleHashow commented 8 years ago

what i like about this is how blunt they are with tehnology name
active or advanced denial system

as in you cant prove that we are heating that spot
so basicly it is something wrong with you
we arent doing anything
our hand are clean

kinda magic act
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0 20. dushan commented 8 years ago

#17 although, i would never trade with you, i do envy you for that pinkish reality you are living in, filled with flying unicorns farting rainbows and all sorts of fairy godmothers, everything conveniently sorted as black and white, good and bad, sugarcoated for easier consumption...
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+2 21. lerpo commented 8 years ago

So in 5 Years every police force car has it and this will reduce the amount of political strikes, so good bye freedom of speech >:)

What happens if an unconscious person that has no escape is targeted?
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+1 22. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

I wonder how good it works when wearing heat proof equipment
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+1 23. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#18 What were the names of the three other countries that were trying to develop an atom bomb at the same time?....oh yea , JAPAN ,Germany ,and the Soviet Union. I guess you believe they would not have used them if they were successful in making a couple of them? Foolish thought.
Germany and England killed tens-of-thousands of civilians on purpose with the bombing of cities and the fire-bombing campaigns conducted by the Brits on Hamburg and Dresden. I don't see you boo-hooing about that.
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+1 24. dushan commented 8 years ago

#23 thumb up from me since you are completely right, if any other side developed atomic bomb first, it would have used it, with the same or worst outcome, i will give you that much.
( although, i do believe that two atomic bombs where only dropped for field testing purposes, japan was one step from capitulation anyway )