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Military says when it comes to non lethal technology the future is now but I learned that nonlethal can also mean not pleasant.
You can't see it hear it or smell it but it makes -- -- mobs huge -- The Defense Department active denial system and non lethal weapon that can be used to control crowds secure perimeters and keep pirates at bay.
It could be a game changer sort of things that we can shoot first and ask questions later.
-- you can't do.
The military says the active denial system is not radioactive it's not a microwave and it's not a laser beam -- instead.
A man sized beam of millimeter waves the can be fired from a to a thousand meters away that are designed to get the subject whoever -- -- on this X.
Really really hot.
So that they move.
It's about fifty degrees out here right now but I just felt like it was about a thousand and I never been inside a tub that somebody dropped -- hair dryer and but I would imagine that that's what it feels like.
After about one point five seconds 164.
Of an inch of my skin was a 130 degrees but as soon as I stepped away it was over and the DOD says there aren't any lingering -- It's -- there's no.
Cancer risk there's no.
Risk to a fetus -- reproductive capability.
It's just heat.
But the DOD admits this system does have a drawback.
We are propagating through the air we are therefore relatively line of sight.
And so we need to -- line of -- -- targets a prototype costs ten million dollars and there are no plans to deploy one any time soon.
And marine base wanna go in Virginia.
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