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  1. Sabz5150

    Sabz5150 FALCON PUNCH!!!

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    I had no idea that those lasers were that powerful. It's also going to explode the batteries. The current is too much. With some tweaking though, I could do that !
     
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    any idea on what the effective range would be?
     
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    if you could hold it still long enough, should be quite long. Like, The Moon.

    Coherent light is funny like that.
     
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    energy is not lost over distance?
     
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    Sabz5150 FALCON PUNCH!!!

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    Mount it in a snake ring!

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    The loss is pretty much immeasurable in coherent light, that is, in the light spectrum.

    Light dopplers over the course of complete light years. If you're talking about electricity over light, (And I would assume your name is Richard Hoagland) then the power loss is more measurable but still quite acceptable.
     
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    The batteries won't explode they will just die really fast with a large current draw
     
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    that's Mr. Richard Hoagland to you :D
     
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