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Hibernate Enemy with Gas Cloud


Scientists have discovered chemicals, which cause humans to go into a hibernation type state similar to our mammal cousins the bear. This discovery has many killer applications from first responders slowing the bio-systems of those who are seriously injured to long-term space flight or even stopping a civil unrest or riot, which has gotten out of control.

Having the ability to hibernate humans also has massive applications for the United States Military. The number of possible applications for the military gets into the double figures with just a few minutes in brainstorming. For instance; 1.) Submarine Crews allowing the Sub to disappear and remain without needs for months on end and then be ready for a mission, 2.) Medic canisters of the gas to slow the body down after replacing lost blood; 3.) Downed Pilots in hiding waiting it out, hide first really good, slip into a plastic bag with a little breathing hole and administer the gas; 4.) Dealing with massive prisoners of war giving up and slowing down our advancement; 5.) In ground canisters instead of explosive land minds; 6.) Special Forces installation attack disabling missions; 7.) Transporting 1000 troops super long distances (less space, ship in honeycomb space allotments) in Aircraft; 8.) Cluster munitions canister deployment on advancing armies; 9.) Downwind distribution canister cannon to eliminate enemy sniper threats; and 10.) MP apprehension of high-strung soldiers.

I propose the Department of Defense spend research and development spend ample dollars studying this, as the cross over applications for private industry span nearly as many uses. For instance; 1.) Possible substitution for long-term pro-longing of death when no cure currently exists; 2.) Saving people in Disaster Crisis when not enough hospital beds or technicians are available; 3.) Outbreak of disease for which more time is needed; 4.) Space Exploration Applications; 5.) Prison storage or Prison riot control; 6.) Dream therapy; 7.) Dream Learning; 8.) Studying of human brain entanglement at VLF below 2-3 Hz; 9.) DHS defense; 10.) Poor health family members who want to see their future grandchildren and hope for future cure.

Please think on these things otherwise I will be force to explain them further and write an article on each.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs


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