Well, for articles that I think are of interest to everyone (Yeah, I know really interesting to me. ) I usually put up a tinyURL link also, so if you're using the SA app, you can easily go to them with a more standard browser on your mobile device.
The last couple iterations of the PC FireFox have been a little quirky, especially here.
To make life easier for mobile device users I usually do this [URL=https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/video/2014/dec/10/us-navy-laser-weapon-video]]]http://tinyurl.com/h9gx75h ( US navy demonstrates ship-based laser weapon â€“ video)[/URL] Ir might be titled making the Iranian Navy feel warm all over.
Christopher000 wrote: Good point, Jim, considering the water in any form would act as a refractor, I assume. Unless the power of these would just cut right through?
HEL MD has now been field tested in multiple weather conditions. Fully capable of shooting down objects through multiple weather conditions. Fog, rain, clouds do not detract from this lasers heating capability.
Currently, it is unknown if snowy / icing conditions have been tested yet.
The laser now deployed is 10kw (kilowatts), up coming models will be in the 50-60kw range.
Old tech. 09/2014 â€” NEW MOBILE LASER SHOOTS THROUGH FOG / CLOUDS / RAIN
Add lasers to planes and satellites and we will have prophecy fulfilled: Revelation 13:13 KJVÂ And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men,
Quote: From 11:April:2011. "The US Navy has fired a laser gun from one of its ships for the first time. Researchers used the high-energy laser (HEL) to disable a boat by setting fire to its engines off the coast of California. Similar systems had previously been tested on land, but moist sea air presented an extra challenge as it reduces a beam's power. The navy said that ship-borne lasers could eventually be used to protect vessels from small attack boats. The US military has been experimenting with laser weapons since the 1970s." http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13033437
This reminded me, in a way, of the crowd dispersing sound cannons they have and use, from fairly portable ones, to those mounted on a vehicle which cause pain and nausea, and I believe they're silent. Technology sure has come a long way in such a short amount of time. What I always consider is how we got to where we are and what we have from: sticks, stones, soil, gems, natural gases, precious metals, wood, and water, etc. These are what we had to work with to invent and build what we have today.