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(Times Union)   Man who conspired to build a death ray is indicted by grand jury. Could face long prison term, or possibly banishment to a remote volcano as punishment   (timesunion.com) divider line 11
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2014-01-18 10:57:06 AM
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SmackLT: ...to be watched over by two slow-witted, inattentive guards in generic uniforms who have terrible aim



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2014-01-18 12:25:00 PM
1 votes:

Fano: Death Ray, fiddlesticks! It barely slows 'em down!


Ah, c'mon, you gotta actually show it!
davidszondy.com
2014-01-18 11:55:35 AM
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georger
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Another thing he said he wanted to get a job in a machine shop to gain access to xray tubes to obtain radioactive material. Xray tubes do not have any radioactive material in them they are used to generate radioactivity. As stated before they didn't have a clue.
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This whole thing is BS. I don't think that these guys would have the expertise to develop such a device. Just the fact that they were talking about a battery power supply is not practical. To develop the level of radiation they would have to obtain it would take kilovolts/megavolts to strike a target to develop the radiation and then shoot this radiation through a waveguide and finally aim it through a collimation system at the intended victims. This poses another problem of scatter and attenuation of the beam over distance making the beam ineffective after probably a few feet depending on the wavelength. I don't think that they could ever obtain any type of radioactive source at the needed energy to even come close to this. No way they could ever pull this off
2014-01-18 11:42:18 AM
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Death Ray, fiddlesticks! It barely slows 'em down!
2014-01-18 11:22:10 AM
1 votes:

Weaver95: wanna really have fun, look up the plans for an EMP gun sometime.


I don't think it qualifies as a gun, they're pretty much a uni-directional microwave oven. I say they rename it as the Ion cannon, it sounds cooler.
2014-01-18 11:20:58 AM
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Ker_Thwap: SmackLT: ...to be watched over by two slow-witted, inattentive guards in generic uniforms who have terrible aim


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34: I will not turn into a snake. It never helps.


This made me laugh far more than it should have.
2014-01-18 11:14:18 AM
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If GE itself had sold such a weapon to the Israeli government, would anyone not a Muslim have a problem with this?
2014-01-18 11:05:12 AM
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Wanted for questioning.
2014-01-18 10:43:50 AM
1 votes:
distribution of information relating to weapons of mass destruction.

How is this a crime?

Anyway, is there more to this story or is this just some nutty dude who didn't build much and ran into a random synagogue to find people with Israeli military contacts for his death ray device?  Did they actually have something that was going to/able to  DO something?
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2014-01-18 08:31:42 AM
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distribution of information relating to weapons of mass destruction.

I hope he demands a trial so the information relating to weapons of mass destruction will be in the public record.
2014-01-18 08:22:27 AM
1 votes:
...to be watched over by two slow-witted, inattentive guards in generic uniforms who have terrible aim
 
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