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#27 Feb 28 2013 at 9:47 AM Rating: Decent
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So apparently this weapon was designed to fight Japan's Cyberdyne which is advancing HAL.

AFK wrapping my house in tinfoil.

Edited, Feb 28th 2013 10:48am by Yodabunny
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That's HAL 1 though. Still many generations away from HAL 9000 (or T1000).
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Yodabunny wrote:
So apparently this weapon was designed to fight Japan's Cyberdyne which is advancing HAL.

AFK wrapping my house in tinfoil.

Edited, Feb 28th 2013 10:48am by Yodabunny



"Open the shopping center doors, HAL."


"I'm sorry, Daisuke. I'm afraid I can't do that."

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"Open the shopping center doors, HAL."


"DESU DESU DESU DESU DESU."
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That's HAL 1 though. Still many generations away from HAL 9000 (or T1000).


The greatest defences are the ones that defend against weapons that don't exist yet :).
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And our Biological Hive Mind Animal Armies will make us immune to our own device killing weapon of doom!

Of course, being a hive mind it will only protect Liberals.
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Aww, that rat has a mini cheese grater on it's head.
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Here's the problem though, military forces can function without electronics, albeit at a lower effectiveness

I don't believe this at all.
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#35 Mar 01 2013 at 11:34 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yodabunny wrote:
Here's the problem though, military forces can function without electronics, albeit at a lower effectiveness

I don't believe this at all.


It's true, just look at the Canadian Military.
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cidbahamut wrote:
Yodabunny wrote:
Here's the problem though, military forces can function without electronics, albeit at a lower effectiveness

I don't believe this at all.


It's true, just look at the Canadian Military.

He said without electronics, not without weapons (sticks and stones notwithstanding).
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#37 Mar 01 2013 at 11:43 AM Rating: Excellent
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I thought the idea behind this weapon was to take out radar? Which I imagine would be pretty hard to use without some sort of electronics.

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Passive radar is being heavily marketed abroad as the system to use if a country wants to identify U.S. stealth planes including the forthcoming F-35. The passive system evaluates a wide spectrum of anomalies to track a jet, but a burst from CHAMPS, or the new active electronically scanned array (AESA) will render that threat useless.



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Not too much a problem. We'll just hire Michael Winslow and wing it.
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Passive radar is being heavily marketed abroad as the system to use if a country wants to identify U.S. stealth planes including the forthcoming F-35

The F-35's "stealth" tech has been obsolete for about 3 years to any nation not banging rocks for light. Quite possibly the worst defense acquisition mistake in history, and trust me, that's saying something.
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BrownDuck wrote:
Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
cidbahamut wrote:
Yodabunny wrote:
Here's the problem though, military forces can function without electronics, albeit at a lower effectiveness

I don't believe this at all.


It's true, just look at the Canadian Military.

He said without electronics, not without weapons (sticks and stones notwithstanding).
Smiley: oyvey One of the higher guns per capita in the world. There is no shortage of guns up here.


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One of the higher guns per capita in the world. There is no shortage of guns up here.

Homogenous population low population density. Nations like that, everyone can have 100 guns without major issues. It's not a complicated demographic understanding. The same applies to US states like Maine and Vermont, Wyoming, etc.
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Passive radar is being heavily marketed abroad as the system to use if a country wants to identify U.S. stealth planes including the forthcoming F-35

The F-35's "stealth" tech has been obsolete for about 3 years to any nation not banging rocks for light. Quite possibly the worst defense acquisition mistake in history, and trust me, that's saying something.


And a QIS more or less defeats most of the stealth coatings in the pipeline. It's a pretty serious strategy problem.
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Photos from this year's Avalon Airshow. Hope the link works for you all, it's from the A(ustralian)BC online.

Pretty Airplanes.
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Photo: The USAF C-17A Globemaster III, Spirit of Kamehameha, banks as it flies past the Australian International Airshow at Avalon Airport near Geelong in Victoria, on February 28, 2013. (ABC News: David White)
Smiley: dubious
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Smasharoo wrote:
One of the higher guns per capita in the world. There is no shortage of guns up here.

Homogenous population low population density. Nations like that, everyone can have 100 guns without major issues. It's not a complicated demographic understanding. The same applies to US states like Maine and Vermont, Wyoming, etc.
I don't see how your point is relevant given the context of what you quoted.
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Photo: The USAF C-17A Globemaster III, Spirit of Kamehameha, banks as it flies past the Australian International Airshow at Avalon Airport near Geelong in Victoria, on February 28, 2013. (ABC News: David White)
Smiley: dubious


There used to be a nuclear armed sub with that name too.
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Smiley: dubious

We like to throw a bone to those indigenous people sometimes. Nothing says "sorry about the forced integration" like naming a hunk of metal after one of their former leaders.
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How did that terrible name make it through the bureaucratic process?
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Nvm, brain ****.

Edited, Mar 4th 2013 1:36pm by Aethien
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I don't see how your point is relevant given the context of what you quoted.

Then you need to take a class in basic rhetoric or something, because it couldn't be fucking clearer. In populations full of people who all look the same and live a mile apart, gun violence is less of an issue than it is in a population of different looking people living on top of one another. 10 guns per person in Manhattan leads to more per capita violence than 10 guns per person in Casper (or in this case, Medicine Hat). Not complicated.
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