Thursday, February 24, 2005

Probably stands for "Did Not Attack"...

A little tribute to Dana Carvey's Johnny Cochran impression. Whatever happened to that guy?

Anyways, exciting new technology for Law Enforcement.

The kit is a natural progression of the Company's DNAWitness(TM) testing service, which previously was only performed at DNAPrint's Sarasota laboratory, and will enable forensics experts to conduct their own tests in their own facilities," stated Richard Gabriel, the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer.


Cool stuff! And howabout this nifty technology:

Microwaves — high-powered electromagnetic beams that can rapidly heat water molecules — and other directed-energy weapons could bring advantages to the battlefield in places like Iraq (news - web sites) and Afghanistan (news - websites), where U.S. troops have had to deal with hostile but unarmed crowds as well as dangerous insurgents. Aside from paralyzing potential attackers or noncombatants like a long-range stun gun, the weapons could disable the electronics of missiles and roadside bombs or even disable a vehicle in a high-speed chase, developers say. The weapons emit a pulse of energy and can destroy semiconductors with a surge of volts.

I like it. But I loooove the Sticky Shocker:

The Sticky Shocker concept involves a blunt projectile that sticks to the clothing with glue and imparts a short burst of high voltage pulses.

Can I get a "Hell Yeah"?

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