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So as you can see from the sales pitch above, I have a shielding technology that is quite versatile. My most scientific explanation I can come up with is that it uses charged particles suspended in an electric field. When an object enters the field, it immediately compresses and reaches high temperatures while allowing powerful electric currents to flow between the field and the foreign object. So something like bullets are destroyed or deflected, and something soft like a fist is severely burnt. They protect against objects with less mass better, so a bullet is easier to defend against than say, a truck. The versions mounted on spaceships are strong enough that if smaller ships contact them, the extreme heat and electric current can destroy them. So the question is, what is the best method for creating this charged particle field? I’ve considered electric and magnetic fields, along with using plasmas, so am I missing something? Assume that power generation and waste heat are not an issue (I have a decent workaround for it).