It will look just like the lifesavers candy we have known and loved, but with a twist. If waved over a sick or badly injured person, it will freeze and sustain the person's vital's long enough to get the victim to a hospital. This would be most useful in two places. The first place is in the rougher neighborhoods of New York (or anywhere in the world). Injured cops, victims of car crashes, gunshot victims, even a freak climbing accident. The 'Lifesaver' would freeze their vitals so they can be safely and efficiently to a hospital. The bulk of these products would go to the Navy, Marines, Air Force, Seals, Coast Guard, and Army. One of my friends dreams is to join the Marines. Also, my uncle was in the Army, and my grandfather was in the Marines. Knowing how dangerous this job is, the 'Lifesaver' could work wonders. Saving lives of injured valued Intel sources. Saving the young lives of innocent citizens caught in warfare. Saving lives of our soldiers. Yet they are not just our soldiers, they are our mothers, fathers, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, neighbors. They are our country. That is the TRUE purpose of the 'Lifesaver'. We can build this, we will build this. - yes.we.can
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The 'Lifesaver' is a complex machine, it is going need a team of the smartest humans on Earth. It is also safe to test on animals and humans, considering it saves lives instead of changing them.
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