Monday, March 23, 2009

Zap!

Miltary grade 100 Kilowatt Solid-State Laser produced

"Our modular JHPSSL design makes it straightforward to scale laser weapon systems to mission-required power levels for a variety of uses, to include force protection and precision strike missions for air-, sea- and land-based platforms," said Dan Wildt, vice president of Directed Energy Systems for Northrop Grumman's Aerospace Systems sector.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is of course only a question of time.
I used to build computer systems back in the 80 and early nineties. I remember being blown away by a 10 meg (meg, not gig) hard drive. The thing was massive in physical size, as was the computer it belonged to.
A sixteen gig storage unit if it could exits would fill a whole building; Now we call it a jump drive.

Stan

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I sometimes think of the weapons the military have that we dont even begin to imagine, because it is a fact that they hide most of what they invent.