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Forum posts for Review Batman Begins

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Posted by kristian on Jun 16, 2005
Do you kiss your mother with that mouth?

And doesn't your mom read this website? She won't be mad, Paul, just disappointed.

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Posted by bryan on Jun 16, 2005
I am proud of you. Very proud.

umm...
Posted by cosmicfish on Jun 18, 2005
I'm no scientist, but if the weapon the bad guys uses can vaporize all the water in their water systems, wouldn't it also vaporize the water in the peoples bodies?

It was pretty good though.

DUH
Posted by Hatful on Jun 19, 2005
Cosmicfish, of course it wouldn't. The epidermis is microwaze-proof.
I thought everyone knew this.
Haha.
What an oversight on their part.

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Posted by phduffy on Jun 19, 2005
I'm no scientist, but if the weapon the bad guys uses can vaporize all the water in their water systems, wouldn't it also vaporize the water in the peoples bodies?

Why would it do that? The US government is already testing weapons like that.


Microwave weapons that cause pain without lasting injury are to be issued to American troops in Iraq for the first time as concern mounts over the growing number of civilians killed in fighting. The non-lethal weapons, which use high-powered electromagnetic beams, will be fitted to vehicles already in Iraq, which will allow the system to be introduced as early as next year. Using technology similar to that found in a conventional microwave oven, the beam rapidly heats water molecules in the skin to cause intolerable pain and a burning sensation. The invisible beam penetrates the skin to a depth of less than a millimetre. As soon as the target moves out of the beam's path, the pain disappears.

Additionally, the US and other government have been looking at a method to cook or destroy the enemy’s water supply in order to reduce enemy morale and achieve victory through non-lethal means. Without water, no human being can fight. Now, enemy if you take away the water of 5000 individuals. That is 5000 people your soldiers do not have to fight…and thus, is a very effective use of resources. So, the technology is in development and our government wants to be able to do exactly what the ‘League of Shadows’ wanted to do. Its possible and its being developed.

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Posted by cosmicfish on Jun 19, 2005
That's all well and good...?

Can the weapon (in Batman) really discern between different water densities, 100% in the pipes to 70% or what ever in people?

(Reality) Is this the first step towards phasers? All that will be left after 'kill' will be a wee pile of dust.

tea, earl grey, hot

I'm drunk.

Your Message needs a title.
Posted by phduffy on Jun 19, 2005
You're drunk?

In the middle of the afternoon on a Sunday?
NICE!
:)

Yes, the weapon in Batman works like that, just like the weapons the US government is working on.

gimme
Posted by Hatful on Jun 20, 2005
I would like a phaser please.
and some earl grey.