Prediction: T-rays will be found to cause cancer
Everythig else causes cancer. Even nanotubes for gosh sakes.
Thus, inevitably, T-rays will be found to cause cancer. Yes, even the natural background emissions of T-rays, yep, those too.
Pentagon boffinry chiefs have sprung aboard the terahertz technology bandwagon which has been gathering speed in recent times. Funding is now on offer for those who can have a credible stab at making the slippery T-ray easier to generate and detect, potentially unlocking a huge techno treasure vault stuffed with goodies such …
"DARPA, the poorly-integrated, troubling, erratically brilliant bulge-headed mutant child of the US military establishment."
There should be awards for this kind of descriptive ability.
Personally I would have included Teflon in the description somewhere.
Paris because she likes a bulging head so I hear.
You guys realy do write some rubbish sometimes. I mean, sub-millimeter waves, which you admit are almost impossible to use given existing tech, are suddenly important in finding the Holy Grail and sheding light on the existence of Jesus' girlfriend.
Really, you guys are the end. If alien stories were more fashionable, you would write stories about crop circles and how they appear on google maps. Oops, you already do.
I suppose that's what happens when you try to make a boring IT week a bit more interesting. Haha.
Playing hard to get, Hate2Register? Lovers never ever do that.
There's some Real Hot CodeXXXX being Hosted on El Reg ...... QuITe Pioneering too, and obviously Understated as you appear not to have noticed IT.
Although one may have to consider that is ITs Astute Stealth ProgramMIng
"finding the Holy Grail and sheding light on the existence of Jesus' girlfriend"
---> And here I was thinking they were one and the same ;)
"unlocking a huge techno treasure vault stuffed with goodies such as unused wireless spectrum"
<--- Places bid.
"more on the lines of the slightly dodgy-looking blue tinted jobs employed by James Bond in the The World Is Not Enough"
--->Still pushing for red tint, but then again Fuion is no James Bond.
"though fairly short-range unless it could be used mainly in the upper atmosphere"
<--- Waiting for spaceship shuttle/pickup in my front yard...
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