Military applications of laser, Science

Military Applications:

Another area where the above mentioned properties of  lasers are being used with a 'deadly' precision is that of military applications. Lasers have been pressed into the service of  the global war machine. A whole range of  laser weaponry has come into being, for use on land, on sea and in space. X-ray lasers that can cany enormous energy have been developed. Efforts are on to install.deadly  laser weapons in  satellites. The same  technology could be used  to destroy factories, forests, farms and habitation.  It is certainly a matter of  concern,  to see so much human effort and wealth being used to turn the laser technology into an instrument for mankind's destruction. Every effort should be made to stop this misuse of technology.  

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