The Gun That Aims Itself

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In spring of 2013, Texas-based start up TrackingPoint Solutions released the first ever precision-guided firearm, which is essentially a long-range, laser-guided robo rifle. Call it the gun of tomorrow: The technology is so advanced we’ve heard it can have beginners killing at extreme distances with single-shot accuracy in mere minutes.

The PGF’s closed-loop system is based off jetfighter lock and launch technology, something TrackingPoint CEO Jason Schauble says not only marks the next great paradigm shift in the evolution of firearms—it helps users make ethical kill shots too. But critics of the PGF platform, no doubt part and parcel of a rising tide of intelligent killer apps, say the gun, or rather its proprietary scope, marks the dawn of “skill-free killing”.

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1994 – Startling BBC Panorama documentary shows evidence of brain damage from Mercury in silver amalgam fillings.

Most dentists who deny mercury is harmful, will remove them without precautions and can cause a relapse or an equivalent of over 10 years mercury exposure in one go if they drill them out, so if you think you need to remove and replace them, be sure to search out a qualified dentist who uses correct procedures to remove & replace them with safe alternatives like ceramic fillings, or else leave them in until they need replacing if you have had them for ages, and get ceramic ones or a safe alternative to mercury amalgam.

 

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  • what a crock. this is a distraction. Mercury is not plutonium, that keeps on giving, for crissakes. This premise denies the first principle of law of conservation of matter. Get topical, look at genespliced food and Fukushima, rather.

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  • Brisa

    No synthetic tooth restorative material is as healthy as natural tooth structure. Composite fillings ( mischaracterized as “porcelain or ceramic”) are silica filled plastic resin containing and releasing bis-pheno-A, an endocrine disrupter.

    Pick your poison, or preserve your enamel. Simple choice. Silver amalgam gives superior performance over time and can give thirty years or more of dependable service. The same cannot be said for composite.

    Thirty years general dentistry experience talking here.

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  • Eddie Slovak

    Silver amalgam fillings are 50% mercury. That’s fifty years of calling bullshit on professional bullshitters (ADA shill dentists). These fillings outgas mercury vapor causing numerous health problems — not to mention the environmental costs of carelessly disposed mercury from dental practices.

    Most dentists support both toxic mercury and fluorine use. I have never seen a so-called health profession as full of bona fide quacks as dentistry.

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  • Ben Joe

    Donno about brain damage but my herpes (on my lips) went away all by itself after getting rid of all the amalgam fillings from my teeth. I had continuous trouble with it since childhood, and it did not appear since my last amalgam was removed about 5 years ago …

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