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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Kernow, Mar 4, 2006.
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soon they'll be making sharks with frickin laser beams attached to their heads
anything with 'fricken lazer beams' rocks.
creating monster sharks does not rock. i would have to say i'm against this.
lol seriously what a strange plan ... remote controlled sharks ? looks like somebody in the pentagon doesn't know where to put all that extra money
i don't think there is any extra money. i think they just want an excuse to inflate the budget even more.
As Steve Zizzou would say, "The dolphins are suppose to be intelligent although I've never seen any evidence of it."
This article reminds me of a couple of months back when scientists could control a cockroach using the same methods. They could make it walk left, right, forward and jump backwards.
They're already using dolphins so it's the next logical step.
Can't say I'd like to be the one putting in these things though
Deep Blue Sea?
Take that you damn terrorist! Just try to go swimming. Come on, I dare ya!
Prepared to gat mauled be my mutated shark.
It's about damn time.
Okay, so are they going to be used in coastal areas? I could have sworn we already had something that does the same task. I can't remember though...
Oh yeah, the !
Osama's gonna need a bigger boat...
My first impression:
My second impression:
They would probably kill tons of sharks by swimming them into places that they can't survive in...places that the shark knows to stay out of on its own, but humans know nothing about.
Shark mind control? I'm against this because I'm against this sort of animal cruelty. Other types are ok, but not this kind! No seriously, they shouldn't be able to plant things in the brains of animals and try to take advantage of them. There would be a massive uproar if they did this to humans, but I don't see why it's ok if we use sharks.
"Now you see #2 they will be trapped in this tank full of sharks with "lasers" attached to their head"
Ok doctor evil
Not only using dolphins -- they might have lost a bunch during Katrina!