|chumbucket - 2014-12-10 |
ENEMY KILLED 100
|SolRo - 2014-12-10 |
SHOWED THAT HIGH EXPLOSIVE TARGET PERCHED ON A TABLE WHO'S BOSS!!
Next they'll shoot the side of a barn (painted in highly absorbent black paint, natch)
|Needtodestroy - 2014-12-10 |
If I recall correctly we had an almost "Journey into the Mind's Eye" level demo video of this thing when it was being developed somewhere around here.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2014-12-10 |
wow! thats amazing! incredible! truly an example of what must the most generic rock music ever created!
|Old_Zircon - 2014-12-10 |
Finally we can defend ourselves against the imminent threat of seaborn A/V carts.
|Gmork - 2014-12-10 |
Alternate track: tobacco - super gum
|That guy - 2014-12-10 |
almost needs faggy pirates tag
I have a feeling "faggy pirates" is going places, and there will be much butthurt on both sides of the issue.
Faggy pirates are known for hurting butts.
|The Mothership - 2014-12-10 |
Navy: This is better than a 6 inch gun how?
Lazergun company: It's 100x as expensive and a child could operate it.
Navy: Can I operate it?
Lazergun company: No of course you may not.
Navy: We'll take 10.
You also don't need to carry propellant or projectiles, it can run off the power plant your ship already has, and is by nature far more accurate than projectile weapons.
That's why the Navy wants that railgun so bad. Propellant is dangerous, heavy, and unpredictable. A battleship armed entirely with energy weapons is like the Navy's sexiest wettest dream, aside from maybe a battleship made of tits that runs on awesome vibes.
Oh Mother-ship, you beautiful idiot: This laser program cost million, which is probably less than what the navy spends on laundry. Also, this thing costs about a dollar a shot to fire.
|Kabbage - 2014-12-10 |
If memory serves, this takes 10 minutes to cut through steel and only really does anything if you hit a gas tank maybe
There was a huge leap in aviation from the Wright Brothers to only a decade later. Hell, we went from the Wright Brothers to THE MOON in 65 years.
Meanwhile, they're been farting around with weaponized lasers for how long? 30 years? And this is still the best they have to show for it?
I mean more that this thing probably could've used another decade or two in the oven before strapping it to our battleships.
It depends on its range. My dynamics professor friend said that the beam deteriorates to easily for it to be effective. But if you could heat up a cockpit of a plane, the people inside would roast pretty quick, assuming you could target it long enough without the pilots changing course. Actually yeah, that is shit...
hey, i'm sure the enemy will wait for your laz0rs to start working before shooting at you.
|Old People - 2014-12-10 |
Man, that music was really getting me fired up hoping they were gonna demonstrate it on some detainees.
|Raggamuffin - 2014-12-10 |
I wasn't going to rate this, but my recommended videos turned up a "how to cook a turkey" video.
|oddeye - 2014-12-10 |
Would tinfoil just reflect this shit? What about if it's pretty sunny out or there is a lot of fog?
Fill me in, suckas
tinfoil no, clouds yes.
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