A laser pointer in the hands of a hippie is a beautiful sight.
But a laser pointer is just a toy.
The world is full of toys.
Lasers are different.
They are not toys, but instruments.
For example, you can use a laser to send out pulses of electricity that can create a spark or light.
Or you can attach it to a camera to take a picture.
There are hundreds of different kinds of lasers.
But they all have one thing in common: they’re very powerful.
These are the top 10 most powerful lasers in the world.
Here are the 10 most deadly lasers in history.
Number 10: Laser of God (LH-6) The Laser of Gods is a powerful laser weapon in its own right.
It can destroy entire cities with one beam of light.
It can also create a blinding flash of light that can cause serious injury or death.
Its range of more than 20 kilometres is huge.
It is used in a number of countries around the world including the US, Canada, Australia, China and Israel.
It has been used in many wars and has been known to cause mass casualties.
What makes it so deadly?
Lasers can be used to kill a target from a distance.
An average human being is more than a kilometre away from a laser.
So when you aim a laser at a target, the laser will travel in a straight line to hit the target.
The laser can travel at speeds up to 10 kilometres per second and can hit a target up to six metres away.
But there are many other ways in which lasers can kill.
One way is through heat.
Laser light burns hotter than the air.
This causes it to burn hotter.
In order to stop the laser from burning hot enough to cause injury, a small amount of heat is used.
At that point, the heat is released and the laser emits a beam of infrared light.
Heat travels at a speed of about one metre per second.
What happens if a laser hits a target?
This is where things get tricky.
When a laser is fired at a surface, the thermal energy from the laser is reflected back into the air, creating heat.
That heat can then be used as heat to make a surface burn.
There are two ways that a laser can cause damage: heat damage and heat emission.
An infrared laser can damage the surface by emitting heat.
The heat damage happens when the heat emitted by the laser heats up the surface.
It is not very effective.
As a result, lasers are sometimes referred to as thermal detonators.
Another type of heat damage occurs when the laser hits something.
If the heat damage from the thermal detonator is sufficient, the surface of the laser explodes and sends shock waves across the area.
Other types of damage occur when the thermal damage is too intense to dissipate in a short time.
These are known as shockwaves.
How do lasers kill?
As we mentioned, a laser fires a laser beam.
At the moment, lasers can only damage the target that is aiming at it.
However, if the laser beam hits a surface that is more reflective than the surface itself, it can cause the surface to burn.
That could be a house, a road, a building or even a vehicle.
And it can be very dangerous.
For example: A laser could hit a house and then explode.
A car could hit another car and explode.
A building could explode.
It could cause damage to buildings and to buildings’ windows.
Or a building could fall down and cause injuries to people in the building.
Where do you find out more?
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