Since mankind discovered fire in an ancient world, he has been seeking improvements in vaporizing his enemies. After putting long sticks wrapped in flames into the faces of those who offended him, he decided to use his intelligence to annihilate his nemesis with methods that did not require hand to hand combat. Chemistry was explored and yielded a newfound energy that could silence a foe from a safe distance. The Chinese discovered the secrets of gunpowder in 860 CE and soon incorporated its severe flesh burning principles into military use. They started applying the science of physics and learned how to propel a lethal object at combatants known as a fire lance soon after. This technology spread westward. Bullets and projectiles fitting the barrel more precisely gave rise to further increasing the separation distance from the belligerents. Rifling in the barrels insured more accuracy and bigger bores increased vaporized body parts. When the Wright Brothers tweaked their aircraft to take flight, it wasn’t long before someone dragged a gun into the cockpit and made death from the sky a new hit. WWII saw many refinements in HUMAN VAPORIZATION PROGRAMS that culminated in 1945 with 2 bombs dropped on Japan.  Since that time, we’ve strapped nuclear weapons into bombays, cruise missiles and land and sea-based ICBM’s. The luxury of being 6,000 plus miles away from the commotion created by millions of innocent, vaporizing human beings is unsettling. The more humane method is to target just the leaders of the uprising and use new techniques to quell these troublemakers. The near future will possess the technology to accurately deliver an antimatter bullet shielded in a neutral casing that gets stripped away after penetrating human flesh. The resulting explosion of matter meeting antimatter will vaporize the victim and his cronies so thoroughly, that a messy red mist will become a thing of the past. Just a dark shadow on the ground where he once stood will remain. 

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