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January 24th, 2007

Serious Weapons: Navy Uses Poison Darts to Neutralize Surf Mines

Abstract:
We've heard rumblings of the military studying the concept of releasing clouds of nanotech devices to do similar damage or report data back to the mother ship. Anybody have anything to add to that?

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