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I assume I have to glue several solutions together, so I am hoping the Slashdot community can tell me what kind of setup they have, or point me into the right direction. Eventually, I want it to be a virtual appliance, so I don't have to waste a dedicated machine for this project (I would shut it down at night, allowing me to back up the virtual appliance)."
The ADS shoots a beam of millimeters waves, which are longer in wavelength than x-rays but shorter than microwaves -- 94 GHz (= 3 mm wavelength) compared to 2.45 GHz (= 12 cm wavelength) in a standard microwave oven.
...while subjects may feel like they have sustained serious burns, the documents claim effects are not long-lasting. At most, "some volunteers who tolerate the heat may experience prolonged redness or even small blisters,"
There has been no independent checking of the military's claims.
I can see using this in a wartime situation, but how long before we see these things mounted to the top of S.W.A.T. vans for domestic crowd control? And, is that a bad idea? I can't really tell from where I sit."