Also, the military, like computers, is keeping plasma technology both as a weapon and as an energy source, out of civilian hands, at least for the next 40 years. The reason is to keep civilians from being more advanced than the military, and also to perfect this new technology.
The United States military is already preparing themselves with plasma armaments to be mounted probably first on vehicles such as fighter jets and then guns to be held in the hands of mobile infantry soldiers. The goal in mind is low cost, high-abundance ammunition.
As a power source, it is already being used at the central core of not only the International Space Station, but the central hubs of cities.
Get in The Loop. You'll find out stuff like this all the time, and will find it very fascinating and gratifying.
2. (n.) Liquid component of blood which contains vitamins, minerals, wastes and immune system receptors.
3. (n.) Sci-fi substance which is either extremely radioactive, toxic, scorching on contact or otherwise. Usually presented as a fuel or energy source.
2. Hospitals often have plasma tranfusions for patients undernourished or dehydrated.
3. The console series, Halo and Halo 2, presents aliens (Covenants) that use plasma weaponry (exaggerated tho) as their armament. *BZZAK!* Hehe.
It replaces the expression COOL when the degree of the evaluation is higher (but also used often instead of COOL).
"PLASMATI LA'ALLA" (Very plasmatic).
"AHUL PLASMA" (Very plasmatic).
"name" "smiley" "group"
EG: Plasma oxyg3n
He Changes his name alot, and has gone from:
Originated from the "colourless" watery fluid of the blood and nymph in biology to refer to "colourless" people in society.
Often "plasma people", are the victim of horrendous racial violence.