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Truck launch ICBMs: A trail map to reversibility and non lethal weaponry with wide area delta sleep induction EMI weaponry

Anil Kumar Dr Bheemaiah
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Abstract: The need for a trail map to world peace, is a map to reversibility and non-lethality, a long-distance deployment of EMI based delta sleep-inducing armament, a dual-use technology, with health benefits and use in stupor management in proposed space travel. In this paper, we present an improvement over much-published attempts at missile shields, deployable around the world. Truck launch ICBMs and shorter-range missiles and motors for light payloads, allow for a dual-use to space payloads and a mechanism at deploying missile-based defense mechanisms at short notice, from any location in the world, a defense shield mechanism. The trail to reversibility is in the induction of EMI based payloads, for non-casualty based warfare, completely eliminating the possibility of civilian casualties. A case study of the use of tesla semi-trucks and H2-O2 based blue Shepard motors for truck launch ICBMs is presented as a low carbon footprint solution for both shields and for space payloads. Keywords: ICBM, missile shields, EMI weapons, Delta sleep, reversibility, Peace Weapons(™), Tesla Semi, Blue Shepard. What: Reversibility is central to non -lethal and reversible disruption in conflicts, as internal conflicts are projected across political boundaries, in a need for large scale strike capabilities and EMI payloads. Present propulsion technology for dual-use, including lightweight motors by Blue Origin, includes solutions for redeployable vehicles, launchable from Tesla Trucks, under short notice from favorable locations, in a stealth mode. This publication proves the use of sleep EMI over wide areas, with a higher impact than wide-area drone use. A case study from World War II is presented, in the use of nuclear arsenal over Hiroshima and Nagasaki for negotiations to a Japanese early surrender, a case for the use of sleep-inducing EMI weapons with the same scale as disarmament and reversible disruption, with the same potential for the negotiation of early surrender of Imperialist Japanese forces is presented as an alternative solution towards zero civilian casualties. How: Dual-use delta sleep technology is the future of space travel, in the design of sleep schedules in the habitation of space stations and space transit carriers, with traditional dual-use motors for launch. The discrete nature of the space travel and possible stealth use of non-lethal weapons on intercontinental scales, calls for lightweight propulsion which has a very low carbon footprint in the use of reusable technologies like Blue Origins hydrogen-oxygen motors and Tesla electric trucks. The dual-use leads to the use of sleep technology for both small areas and very wide area technologies in digital medicine and in armament. Why: The evolution of human conflict is sculpted by much of the helpless spectators in the battles of internal conflicts, as aspecism is proven, the superiority of the flora and fauna in creation is proven in the evolution of armament towards EMI weaponry, with non-lethal applications and disruption of only human development. In this path of self annihilation, is a solution of peace diplomacy as presented by nature itself, a path to reversibility and non lethality, with a wide applicability, a scalable ballistic and drone-based payload, tailored to both flatland and global civilizations, in their quest for an early resolution to their conflict , both external and internal. Summary: Main Points: Use of off the shelf technology for shields and dual-use space payloads. Case study of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings as the need for reversibility and non-lethality in saving over 200,000 civilian lives. Attainment of the separation of civilian and military casualties and the attainment of a zero civilian casualty figure in military conflicts.

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Date: 2019-11-01
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