User Profile: TeslanEdison

Member Since: May 05, 2011


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  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 12:10am

    3d printed energy weapons, personal drones, swarms of robots, yeah guns are obsolete, kids know it. Take my guns because I have arms that I have the right to aim or put to good use as I desire. Plus someone else will be printing thousands more, better get on morals I’ve got mine intact, because an atheistic mad gay person who vindictively programs a robot to kill, will make all shootings pale in comparison.

  • [1] July 12, 2014 at 10:47pm

    This is easily solved get about 500 drones in the air of the helicopter type, find the launchers or track the launchers to their storage locations this would be over by now and wouldn t require as many bombs much cheaper.

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  • July 12, 2014 at 5:08pm

    Okay so here’s the deal cartels and syndicates have been human trafficking across the nation, they were worries that they could encounter armed members of these organiztions. What on earth do you think those trafficking kids do with them they abuse to the highest degree until it’s no longer profitable then release them. Yes there is practice going on here because in the near future such houses will be packed full o ak47 sex slaves and drugs where do you think all the illegals going to do, they will not stay at the border and Mexican crime will follow the easy targets they are.

  • April 15, 2014 at 7:38am

    Plane goes up pressure inside is greater than the pressure outside, much like a balloon, that’s why they worry about explosive decompression, since plug doors are used, the calculation is correct many thousands of pounds at altitude, no hope of getting the door open as it opens inward, the pressure inside the plane forces it against the frame.

  • February 3, 2014 at 11:14pm

    So in reality it’s obvious the kid saw the music video which depicts a little girl hiding in her bed while the parents fight in addition to an old woman dying which looks similar to his grandmother in all likely hood, so I can only assume either the little boy hurts for the little girl in the video via empathy or his parents fight which makes him sympathetic to her plight. Also that he thinks of his grandmother dying, this is why you don’t show your kids PG13 music videos, or let your teens do it when they are “babysitting”

  • January 11, 2014 at 5:40am

    As an inventor and researcher my internet searches and related meta data are my intellectual property, unless I say otherwise, even the defense department owes me compensation for my time and research if they glean insight into technology and means of application by following my logic. Why instead don’t they just hire me or offer me a job that doesn’t require an advanced degree for the same job I already do. Apparently all the PHD’s in the world aren’t getting them far enough. Considering most PHD’s are taught not to think outside of the box it’s no big surprise. This article just says that DOD, DARPA thought the NSA will now be in the business of intellectual property theft from American citizens if they find it worthwhile that is. Proving they lifted your idea will be near impossible as they are stealing it while you do your patent research, which for some is youtube searches, and searches on all the search engines, after which they might pay some lawyer an outrageous fee to do a patent search. As it stands by the time you start doing a patent search, the government can have a patent application in and secure the technology so you can’t do further development without a lawsuit. So sign date and mail yourself your initial concept and don’t open that, because that’s your proof. IP theft is nothing new, it’s just that the government has a legal monopoly to do so. The need to start hiring not stealing.

  • November 23, 2013 at 4:05am

    I remember looking at an image of the little black spots in a dead NFL players brain due to concussions, the protein build up eventually either caused suicide or some early death, but only after causing problems with thinking and logic. I would say that being forced to not play sports opened up latent skills that had been completely neglected in the pursuit of athleticism. I do not think that the physical impact of the concussion caused new music skills to emerge.

  • November 20, 2013 at 11:34pm

    Try killing free trade first and bringing manufacture and IT jobs back to the USA, then when the jobs numbers and actual corporations increase manufacture inside the USA it’s time to start cutting food stamps and welfare, or forcing employment compliance to receive benefits. Also why not use unemployed welfare persons to staff government positions, they are already being paid effectively, after 6 months they could then go into an employment transfer program to a private business. Obviously you don’t have to sign up for welfare, but if you do your skills should be updated and you should be aided in keeping your work capacity viable. Welfare seems to work exceedingly well at making things perpetually suck while offering little hope for an exit to better conditions.

  • November 17, 2013 at 10:10pm

    Impeach him already, he’s not a legislator and has repeatedly violated the constitution with his mandates. The whole mandate system exists for war, and emergency relief he is using mandates for neither which is criminal by definition black, white or otherwise.

  • November 17, 2013 at 10:01pm

    So what now they are advocating that your alternatives to being abused are flee, or kill the police and blowup or otherwise destroy their police dash cam recording devices. I guess the police don’t understand the consent of the governed anymore, this won’t end well for anyone if they keep it up, and backup won’t arrive fast enough to make a difference. After some ugly event happens where officer dies and cameras are destroyed drives erased, they will have to stream the data wireless via satellite, and that is not closed circuit. So those proficient in hacking will have the eyes and ears of the police, historically the extortionists are much more dangerous than the police.

  • November 14, 2013 at 11:45pm

    Guns are so 14th century… as deadly as a sword , yet still aged technology, with all the lithium ion batteries getting more and more powerful, isn’t there some concern about energy weapons? Someone is likely to come up with a laser pistol while they are trying to legislate a ban on plastic guns.

  • November 14, 2013 at 2:00am

    I wonder shall we check craigs list or ebay first?

  • November 14, 2013 at 1:54am

    round hood or pointy hood that is the question.

  • November 14, 2013 at 1:41am

    Failed special op somewhere, 4 is way too many for a training accident. Won’t know what really happened for 20 years.

  • October 29, 2013 at 4:07am

    Wonder if his protection plan covers damage from bullets?

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  • October 27, 2013 at 4:09am

    not sure anyone will read this but, Heinz ketchup has been starting to be found to be watered down, certain lots are very clearly much more watery. You’ll find this in the commercial volume Heinz at the moment, I’m sure it will eventually find its way down to the consumer, it’s the beginning of the end for Heinz. Seems like the market is open for a new ketchup maker, hunts tastes terrible.

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  • October 25, 2013 at 1:58pm

    That contains lots of metal, and if you’re talking about that much power than you might as well be building a portable medical laser in gun configuration.
    The best bet is a compressed liquid gas in a plastic container, perhaps a combustible one, all the valves and parts could be mechanical and plastic.

  • October 14, 2013 at 10:06pm

    The comparison here in regards to the inevitable, has to do with the ACA or Obama care passing without the consent of the governed, a full 50% or more of America was opposed, the final result is that in the end it will be repealed, but not before it has done tremendous harm. It’s one thing to elect a president in such a manner something completely different install or compel the forced purchase of insurance, the Supreme court has not heard the last on this one.

  • October 14, 2013 at 9:48pm

    There won’t be a meltdown, sure having resources for Hurricanes and Blizzards is wise, but here are the major factors. In America the larger majority have to work to keep food on the table, regardless if the banks are operating, again the majority will still do business on cash and trade. The only time things shut down is when the government does it, by blocking roads and preventing shipments from accessing markets. Due to the vast geographic area of the united states there simply are not enough soldiers to blockade all markets, so situations of Martial Law are likely to be limited to high population density regions, for limited time periods not exceeding a month, outside a natural or environmental disaster. All this information is located on FEMA, and Homeland security websites, in addition to local county disaster mitigation plans.
    It’s a sum total profit loss to have businesses closed for long periods of time, in addition issues related to insurrection, and riot grow with extended periods of Martial law. The facts are that the in most cases the Population outnumbers the police and military forces, and even with Machine guns it’s a loosing long term proposition to make enemies of your population.

  • October 12, 2013 at 10:36pm

    Can’t buy arrows or bullets with EBT so no hunting, can’t buy seed plants with EBT, and you’re hard pressed to find produce that has seeds that will germinate these days. If you don’t cut coupons and pay full retail using EBT it won’t go very far, and that’s buying processed foods. If you buy anything organic, that’s even more expensive, and the interesting part is that the FDA, and USDA charges a fee to license “organic” producers thus making their produce and food products more expensive. Oddly enough without such heavy regulation the costs would be equal.

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