Possibility for an *ACTUAL* nano suit?! 29 replies

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#1 10 years ago

I was just watching the science channel on cable, and they were talking about the military experimenting with nano-fiber technology allowing soldiers to perform tasks such as lifting heavier objects and such, they also stated "To make a type of second skin, except with Artificial intelligence". Crysis anyone? lol, okay, mabye not to that extent, but mabye something close to that mabye? I would find pictures and links, but to be honest i don't know where to look. Here's a picture i got by just looking up nano fiber (nano fiber soldier suit) nanofibersuit1.jpg




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#2 10 years ago

They don't share until they know its invented and they know they have the advantage , so that others are not inspired or steal the idea(S). Even if it does not appear that way , I believe that to be logical . Also that they are prob beyond this particular study .

Just an opinion.




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#3 10 years ago
briankory;4260261They don't share until they know its invented and they know they have the advantage , so that others are not inspired or steal the idea(S). Even if it does not appear that way , I believe that to be logical . Also that they are prob beyond this particular study . Just an opinion.

Sooo, are you saying that if they had this information then they wouldn't be telling everyone about it? Or do you mean their past that idea and on to further studies? I'm just asking if it's possible.




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#4 10 years ago
bud389;4260262Sooo, are you saying that if they had this information then they wouldn't be telling everyone about it? Or do you mean their past that idea and on to further studies? I'm just asking if it's possible.

Both , and I think it is possible. :)




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#5 10 years ago
briankory;4260261They don't share until they know its invented and they know they have the advantage , so that others are not inspired or steal the idea(S). Even if it does not appear that way , I believe that to be logical . Also that they are prob beyond this particular study . Just an opinion.

I’d agree. Look at the SR-71 Blackbird. It was invented in the 40’s and released during the 70’s. Same with the Stealth Bomber; many a UFO artist conception resembled this bird back in the late 60’s and 70’s and now it is a reality. I think when companies/governments allow for “science” programs to release information or ‘what if’s’ to the public, they are further ahead in the research or development then what we are led to believe. I saw a program a couple of years ago with Project Phoenix the US military is working on that will allow airplanes and soldiers to use a type of cloaking device. Essential the technology has millions of microcells that adapt or mimic the surrounding environment rendering the user virtually invisible. The show I was watching said the viability of the technology was still several years away, but I’d bet they are closer than that.




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#6 10 years ago

Well my speculation ends here though. I wonder but nothing more, I can not state anything.




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#7 10 years ago

They've been working on it for quite some time. The last I remember reading about it, they had prototypes and gave them to marine snipers to test out.


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#8 10 years ago
n0e;4260613They've been working on it for quite some time. The last I remember reading about it, they had prototypes and gave them to marine snipers to test out.

That'd be cool - the suits look kinda like the ones used in Halo, now maybe they can give our troops better firepower as opposed to antiquated weapons that were used in Viet Nam.




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AlDaja;4260356I’d agree. Look at the SR-71 Blackbird. It was invented in the 40’s and released during the 70’s. Same with the Stealth Bomber; many a UFO artist conception resembled this bird back in the late 60’s and 70’s and now it is a reality. I think when companies/governments allow for “science” programs to release information or ‘what if’s’ to the public, they are further ahead in the research or development then what we are led to believe. I saw a program a couple of years ago with Project Phoenix the US military is working on that will allow airplanes and soldiers to use a type of cloaking device. Essential the technology has millions of microcells that adapt or mimic the surrounding environment rendering the user virtually invisible. The show I was watching said the viability of the technology was still several years away, but I’d bet they are closer than that.

I was thinking the same thing, the US Govt. always hides new developments and shows to the public the outdated tech calling them "new". Anyway, it might be possible, seeing the tech advancements in the last 50 years, I'd say we'd have fully working nano suits by 2050.=p




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#10 10 years ago
AlDaja;4260617That'd be cool - the suits look kinda like the ones used in Halo, now maybe they can give our troops better firepower as opposed to antiquated weapons that were used in Viet Nam.

Don't you mean Korea? They used leftover WWII firepower. However this was the first war to really have jet fighter dogfights on both sides.

The vietnam war used the, at the time, new M-16 Rifle. The problem is that some dipshit general wanted to cut corners because of funding issues and didn't chrome plate the barrel, which caused them to jam and misfire almost all the time. This was also the first and last war that used napalm as much as any other type of weapon.


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