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Xenland
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 July 24, 2012, 04:54:18 PM

If you have that many lazes I'd assume they don't need to be high powered because all of them combined will be low powered.. I've stared at low powered lasers as a kid no harm done
Do you have any idea how powerful 1.8 watts of concentrated laser energy is? For comparison, a cheap laser pointer will be between 3 and 5 milliwatts. 1800 milliwatts will burn on contact with a variety of materials, including skin, rubber, wood, and more.

Isn't it more accurate to use amps instead of watts? watts is a meta-measurement
Nnnnooo...... No. Amps is watts divided by volts, and light doesn't have "volts" as such.
What if i have low amps and high volts? or high volts and low amps? I'm saying watts is too ambiguous to use as a measurement tool, im almost not sure why anyone still uses it as a measurement.

Watt is the SI unit of power, regardless of whether it is electricity, light, or heat. When a laser is rated at 1.8W, that is the actual power output in light, which means that at 445nm there are 4x10^18 photons leaving the laser diode each second each with an energy of about 4.46x10^-19 J. I don't know where you're getting your information from, but it's not correct.

Edit: Rereading I think I get what you're saying, which is that the watt is a derived unit and not a base unit, while the amp is. That doesn't mean the amp is a more accurate or better way of rating the light output though, any more than you would rate a 5000W propane heater in amps instead of watts.

Okay i see what i missed, I assumed we are discussing electricity but you are acknowledging that the actual light output it self can be measured in jouls which can apparently be measured in watts of light as well. I had assumed we were talking about electrical outputs i didn't know that’s how lazers were rated in terms of power(light).

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 July 24, 2012, 08:32:08 PM

I wonder if a portable Faraday cage would protect against microwaves. This coupled with an anti-noise cancellation system could be an interesting addition to the anti-arrest vest.

http://physicsb-2009-10.wikispaces.com/file/view/Tesla18Dalek10003Ft.jpg/126371831/Tesla18Dalek10003Ft.jpg
Not a cage in the standard sense, but you could use fine mesh such as screen wire to get the desired effect, assuming the microwaves are in the 2.4Ghz range.

For those experimenting with microwave oven parts, the recommended protection is a suit made of screen wire for your body, and a tin can with the sharp edges trimmed off and lined in soft fur to contain your man parts.

Microwave cannon

This thing can do cool stuff like light up fluorescent bulbs from upwards of 10 feet away.

How I'm devilishly thinking on microwaving my neighbor's stereo when it's late in the night and he decides to play music to the building across the street with the windows closed...

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 July 24, 2012, 09:13:23 PM

I wonder if a portable Faraday cage would protect against microwaves. This coupled with an anti-noise cancellation system could be an interesting addition to the anti-arrest vest.

http://physicsb-2009-10.wikispaces.com/file/view/Tesla18Dalek10003Ft.jpg/126371831/Tesla18Dalek10003Ft.jpg
Not a cage in the standard sense, but you could use fine mesh such as screen wire to get the desired effect, assuming the microwaves are in the 2.4Ghz range.

For those experimenting with microwave oven parts, the recommended protection is a suit made of screen wire for your body, and a tin can with the sharp edges trimmed off and lined in soft fur to contain your man parts.

Microwave cannon

This thing can do cool stuff like light up fluorescent bulbs from upwards of 10 feet away.

How I'm devilishly thinking on microwaving my neighbor's stereo when it's late in the night and he decides to play music to the building across the street with the windows closed...
You could also kill all electronic appliance in his building.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/3890127.stm
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 July 24, 2012, 09:44:59 PM

I wonder if a portable Faraday cage would protect against microwaves. This coupled with an anti-noise cancellation system could be an interesting addition to the anti-arrest vest.

http://physicsb-2009-10.wikispaces.com/file/view/Tesla18Dalek10003Ft.jpg/126371831/Tesla18Dalek10003Ft.jpg
Not a cage in the standard sense, but you could use fine mesh such as screen wire to get the desired effect, assuming the microwaves are in the 2.4Ghz range.

For those experimenting with microwave oven parts, the recommended protection is a suit made of screen wire for your body, and a tin can with the sharp edges trimmed off and lined in soft fur to contain your man parts.

Microwave cannon

This thing can do cool stuff like light up fluorescent bulbs from upwards of 10 feet away.

How I'm devilishly thinking on microwaving my neighbor's stereo when it's late in the night and he decides to play music to the building across the street with the windows closed...
You could also kill all electronic appliance in his building.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/3890127.stm

Lame. Corrections:

1: Police driver flicks dashboard switch to signal 50 cal turret in boot.
2: 50 cal BMG bullets direct at 3000ft/s towards suspect's car.
3: Suspect car is disabled.
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 July 25, 2012, 12:05:46 AM

LOL

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 July 25, 2012, 02:09:38 AM

Another tool to use is to project 100's of holographic images of yourself surrounding the officers, thus enabling you to make a run for it.
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 July 25, 2012, 03:48:20 AM

sounds good but the vest is too heavy and i just found a trunk with 100 bottles of nuke cola.  off goes the vest

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 July 25, 2012, 06:33:48 AM

You could also kill all electronic appliance in his building.

It would suffice to kill the stereo. I don't want to start a fire by frying all of his appliances! (not even mine, after all, I live on the top floor, right above him)
Once I came across with this one and thought: hell, it must be fun! (but... expensive... )

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 August 02, 2012, 04:12:24 PM

So I need to buy a bullet proof vest and attach 1000 leds (with battery and 555 timer(for christmas tree effect))
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 August 02, 2012, 05:20:33 PM

Just noticed this thread.  Surprised you didn't know these already existed, or that there are tools called "search engines" that will do your market and competitive landscape research for you.

http://www.no-contact.com/index-4.html
Thank you soo much, I knew i couldn't have been the first to think it up
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 August 02, 2012, 06:03:21 PM

Sooooooooooo behind the times...
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 August 02, 2012, 09:09:47 PM

I'd love to watch this in action-- especially when the wearer finally gets tasered, the darts contact the vest wires, and the vest continues to taser the wearer for another ten minutes.

"He's finally stopped flopping around the ground!  Someone install new batteries!!!"

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 August 02, 2012, 09:19:12 PM

I'd love to watch this in action-- especially when the wearer finally gets tasered, the darts contact the vest wires, and the vest continues to taser the wearer for another ten minutes.

"He's finally stopped flopping around the ground!  Someone install new batteries!!!"
Its lined with rubber and tasers can only penetrate so far into clothing so nothing will happen to the wearer
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