Neural Wave Technology: American Military Contractors Negotiate with China?
Our people have been critical of the quality of craftsmanship of American military neural wave weaponry. Our school has a policy of assisting beleaguered military personnel in defeating the equipment. The rationale is that the military are so far behind the developmental learning curve that they cannot recover to the point of posing a threat to the international community. This seems to have had an effect on the ability of military contractors to meet their obligations to the Pentagon. One potential fallout of that failure may be attempts to convince the Chinese government to invest in the ailing project. There is also a concern that one or more of the principal engineers could cut an run with the gist of the technology to the dollar-fat Asian empire. This should be no real concern to American security interests, but Korea, Japan, and India may not appreciate the transfer.