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    Default Laser Beams

    Beat this.



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    Excellent pic...

    I can just imagine that making a noise like a continuously roaring dinosaur when it's operating
    A little bit werrrr, a little bit weyyyyyy, a little bit arrrrgggghhh

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    Wave Motion Gun


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    is that captian nemo running that thing?
    i love how the hardware gives it that victorian era feel.

    we had a pulslight green monster before we traded it in on the yellow raptor.
    that thing had something like a 14mm beam but...

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    Cool more big lasers

    Got that beat...



    Or this one:



    Or what about the granddaddy of them all:



    Note the size the the technician on the lift... That's a big damn laser! (Anyone else remember this laser?)

    Adam

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    i gotta give the style points to captian nemos laser.

    just personal taste though.
    Last edited by wes; 07-04-2007 at 17:39.

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    Cool

    I'll grant you the copper vapor laser has style, and the MTHEL is at least mobile, but it's hard to beat the Nova for sheer power...

    From the Wiki artickle:
    The Nova laser as a whole was capable of delivering approximately 100 kilojoules of infrared light at 1054 nm, or 40-45 kilojoules of frequency tripled light at 351 nm (the third harmonic of the Nd:Glass fundamental line at 1054 nm) in a pulse duration of about 2 to 4 nanoseconds, and thus was capable of producing a UV pulse in the range of a few tens of terawatts.
    I want one, I want one!!! Who cares if you can only fire it 6 times a day and it needs it's own hydroelectric plant to charge the capacitors? I just want to blast great big holes in things!

    Adam

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    ha!

    i can relate.
    i'm barely coherent till i have my morning coffe.

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