Okay, so I am as shocked as this guy was to come to the simple realisation that no one has actually built a sentry gun (link here). Especially after Aliens. Perhaps there is hope for the human race in that the military never got around to it, or that the first one invented was in some dude's backyard, with his little brother and a BB gun.
Tie this together with the $100 Laptop I just read about on Dodging Invisbile Rays. We could fit this all in a briefcase and set up command posts in parks and what not around the world. It would set the stage for the best game of BB gun war (or paint ball?) ever!
Or like in my last post, think of the future! Wetware WiFi linkage between our wee brains and we can remove our hands and replace them with laser tag guns and set up these neural disruptive sentry guns in our parks to play war. So much fun!
I mean really, once death is eradicated and our next major obstacle isn't related to religious or political fervour, the only challenge will be choosing those really hard girls (or guys) to date. War will be a televised sport. And that'll be fun. Though, on that note, nothing will be televised as it'll be replaced with downloadable experiences so you'll be able to dream-live the actual best highlighted plays from last week's World War XXIII which was neurocorded live from the decrepit remains of some American city, with the World War Championship Tournament this year being played out between semi-finalists: the United States of Canada's Federal Bureau of Mounted Police, Nintendo, Manchester United's Military Training Corps, and the Hilton Lunar Hotel. Why does this all seem so very Judge Dredd?