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Nature For Human Nature is a newly developed line of weaponry, crafted to protect and defend using natural and environmentally safe emissions.
Gone are the days of growing up in fear of a nuclear mushroom cloud, chemical residue or gunshot wounds. Nature For Human Nature, finds the answer in the environment, where natural elements protect us against harm without the risks brought on by conventional weapons.
Our premiere products are:
SolarScope. in which users have the ability to control the amount of sunlight that falls on a particular area. This was inspired by Arthur C. Clarke’s Solar Blocker.
In extreme circumstances SolarScope is an alternative over nuclear and biological weapons. It provides power and prestige over enemies and foreign threats by influencing both near and far environmental systems when absolutely necessary.
SoundScope. Inspired by Ayn Rand’s Project X, uses sound and vibration to stop enemies.
In the post 9/11 world, would you rather travel on a plane air marshaled with guns or with a SoundScope? Wouldn’t you rather enlist in the Army, if you knew you were using natural weapons are accident-proof? wouldn’t you feel safer?
Using Nature For Human Nature reduces violence, the promotion of violence as well as the demand for traditional weapons, such as guns and bombs, all while keeping people and the environment safe.
With Nature For Human Nature, the possibilities are endless and people are always safe.
February 8, 2009