Technologically produced sound usable as a weapon — sound moves blood, exosomes

“Duke University researchers have developed a prototype device that uses sound waves to separate tiny particles called exosomes from blood samples. Cells produce exosomes to communicate with one another and could play a large role in future diagnostics and therapeutics.”

The science of beam weapons

Content   The science of beam weapons By Graham Templeton on April 18, 2013 at 10:02 am There are three technologies that collectively line the threshold to The Future: Meal pills, flying cars, and killer laser beams. Two of those are unlikely to happen, one for reasons of taste and the other because who the … Read more

US Military ‘air optical fiber’ (using femto-second pulsed sound waves) Increases Power of Laser Weapons

Abstract   Allows for much better transmission of lasers through free space.   Content   Researchers in the US, funded by the US Air Force, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), and the National Science Foundation, have managed to turn air into an “optical fiber.” This breakthrough allows the scientists to create an air waveguide, allowing … Read more