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We're continuing our conversation with Jeff Vandenbossche about materials that will change the way we'll conduct warfare, but not just warfare questioned. Jeff, we talked about the fact that if I was wearing a shirt with that stuff. And I got hit the bullet would penetrate would it still break rib? Right. Yes. Just like kevlar. There are parts of where if it's a very sharp point. You know, there's a. Passability ever getting through just like kevlar. It can handle a bigger object hitting without causing death. Let's say that bulletproof kevlar vest. So are they have already a tactical assault life operating suit? And they call it the weaponized iron, man suit. And again when we originally started talking about this. I said there's graphing and then there's sort site which is graphing, but it's three D printed, which means it's thicker than the atom sick. Which makes it more of a layered kind of protection, and it is just phenomenal. I looked at a video that was showing heat resistance. And it shows a great sense, wrapping material put a heart's on one side of that material at eight hundred degrees and the face of the graphing where the torch flame was hitting with two hundred and sixty degrees. So you can see that it really drops the temperature. That graphing that inspect was sixty degrees. It makes an excellent heat shield when you start talking about shortsighted or graphing that's three the friend. You're talking about something that is phenomenally strong. So it's a graphing as we talked about. It's it's optically transparent. When it's in its original mode. Other words when us in Hatem six why watch pay person take a square of graphing that was oh, I'm guessing five inches by five inches. Put it over the top of a drinking glass, and she poured salt water from the ocean, and to it and drank it, then there's no salt left in how how well it takes to begin charities out of anything. So in other Houston is going to be used for and I will talk about that in a minute to. But so there's just a wide variety of uses for industries all kinds of industries. Got for now that's super competitors. Wearable electric, it's certainly going to be a replacement for silicone because faster lighter and smaller right now, they're able to put like a ban off switches so to speak on a chip. And in the future, they they'll to do way more than that. So you can see that it's become something that is electrcity goes through its way faster than silicone IBM's. We've been working on this stuff, and they're using it to work for quantum computing and optical computing. So, you know, they say that they think they're going to get to a thousand times faster than today's chips, which ought to be, you know, it's gonna be unbelievable. Just unbelievable. Yeah. That's this is. I I like your word unbelievable that this is not something theoretical. This is something that's now. And as it gets applied to different areas is going to be changing everything. And I don't mean in the next decade. I mean in the next month's right, right? Exactly. I think the big push from the time that this was actually founded by these two science the big problem was making it in large supply, and at a reasonable cost and that has been happening they've slowly. But surely there are plans now making this stuff interestingly enough in one of them at a cardboard drum. I, you know, like, a fifty gallon drum only made out of cardboard, and I'm told one of the guys go over and pick up that drama and he walked over to it. And he picked it up. And he said, well, there's nothing in this drum. And I said, yes, it's full of graphing. Oh my gosh. This is going to let me Gillerman frontlines of freedom. And we're discussing graphene this new strategic material with Jeff Jeff. I remember reading somewhere that China has taken a couple of their helicopters and coated with the stuff incorrect. So this is something that is real today. Right. Exactly. Yes. They China has a what they call. It z ten helicopter that is covered with the graphing, and for many reasons, obviously, it makes the helicopter much lighter, and it's more protective, and it's more heat resistant. So all of those things keep in mind. You know, you think about this. They're actually going to be using this material is he for face ration- coming back in from space because it's way better than the shields. Currently is to me. It's unbelievable. When you start thinking about the strength of this material. I know that it blew me. A way to hear that the Golden Gate Bridge has tables that are thirty six inches in diameter, actually, plus or a mile and a half long and with twenty seven thousand plus liars in the cables, if this stuff was constructed autographing, it would require twelve thousand times less area, not to mention the weight, and they're also using this and snap to strengthen. So you're gonna imagine where this stuff is going. I mean, that's just there's no win medically speaking. There's just a ton of things that are not used for prosthetics for lightness and for durability and for wearable health monitoring. So yeah, there's just there's not much that they haven't thought about this stuff will be used for. And it's interesting that you developed this stuff, right? It came out of the UK how fast China put up on this. Yes. It's just incredible to have a helicopter lighter faster, more durable market, heat resistance. And so on. I mean, they know where this stuff is going. Oh, yeah. It's going to be used for creating cell phones. I mean, they say that the screens on cell phones, which crack and do this and do that if it's made out of graphing, you won't be able to break this material. They just bring so they'll be looking at making screens for for TV sets for anything and think of the lightness of it no longer has that weight involved. So you have a TV set this made autographing if the whole package is made autographing. The thing's gonna wait who knows? Probably pick it up and hold it on the wall by yourself. With one hand. Yeah. Right. Right. Jeff. This is just amazing. And we could probably talk for another two hours on this. But we're we're out of time. You got a couple of key points you'd like listeners to take away from this conversation. Well, I think it's always neat to think about new technologies coming down the pike. I think that currently in the world of technology because we have the technology we use the technology. But when it comes to graphene, it's gonna change everything is because of the fact that it's lighter more durable, stronger and heat resistance. It's going to be used in the auto industry looking at it because it doesn't rust so you're they're looking at it for all kinds of things not to mention since it's three d printable. Now, the fact is is that it's going to lead the now scale electron devices. Which means that they're going to create little bitty engines that they can put the things that are so small you can't even see him high load bearing impact resistance from pundits for building cars, and aircraft aircraft is going to change the industry is going to change to imagine the weight of a jet today. And what it would be if it was grasping that is beyond mind boggling, we're going to have to continue this conversation. Jeff. Thank you. Thank you to join us today. Thank you for your love for our nation's. Thank you for your intellectual inquiry into this kind of stuff. This is our present and its future. And what a great thing to talk about. Thank you Bill. Thanks doing coming up next on frontlines of freedom. We're going to discuss John fares book on his time in Vietnam. They will open our weekly mail back. I'm Colonel Denny Gillam troops is time for one arm. 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