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A '''miniaturizing ray''' or shrink ray, is any type of [[energy]], such as a [[laser]], that is projected from a [[ray gun]], that is capable of [[shrink]]ing [[matter]]. In most cases, a ray gun of this type would have at least two settings, one to shrink a target, and another to return it to [[size manipulation|its' normal size]].
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[[File:Brainiac's Proton Shrinker 2.jpg|thumb|'''[[Proton Shrinker|Miniaturizing ray]]'''<ref>As seen in [[The New Adventures of Superman]].</ref>]]
   
[[Brainiac]]'s [[Proton Shrinker]] is a ray gun of this type, and he has used it to [[shrink]] the entire [[Krypton]]ian city of [[Kandor]].<ref>As seen in [[Terror at 20,000 Fathoms]].</ref>
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A '''miniaturizing ray''' or shrink ray, was any type of [[energy]], such as a [[laser]], that was projected from a [[ray gun]], that was capable of [[shrink]]ing [[matter]]. In most cases, a ray gun of this type would have at least two settings, one to shrink a target, and another to return it to [[size manipulation|its' normal size]].
   
[[Doctor]] [[Hiram Gulliver]] also invented a shrink ray called a [[Sonic Microwave Reducer]], which he used in an attempt to solve the [[Earth]]'s growing [[population]] problem.<ref>As seen in [[Gulliver's Gigantic Goof]]</ref>
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Although [[technology]] like this was at one time considered incredibly advanced on [[planet]]s such as [[Earth]] or other [[world]]s, [[shrinking]] technology was an everyday thing on [[Colu]].
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In fact, [[Brainiac]]'s [[Proton Shrinker]] was a ray gun of this type, and he had used it to [[shrink]] the entire [[Krypton]]ian city of [[Kandor]].<ref>As seen in [[Terror at 20,000 Fathoms]].</ref>
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The [[supervillain]] ''[[Electro]]'' also had a [[ray gun]] of that type.<ref>As seen in [[The New Adventures of Batman]] episode ''[[Bite Sized]]'' (1977).</ref>
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[[Doctor]] [[Hiram Gulliver]] also invented a shrink ray called a [[Sonic Microwave Reducer]], as well as several other [[shrinking]] [[machine]]s. His shrink rays were [[microwave]]-based. He used them in an attempt to solve the [[Earth]]'s [[population explosion|growing]] [[population]] problem. He even had a [[hand]] held version of the device, which was called a [[handheld minimizer]].<ref>As seen in [[Gulliver's Gigantic Goof]]</ref>
   
 
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*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrink_ray Shrink ray] at [http://www.wikipedia.org/ Wikipedia]
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrink_ray Shrink ray] at [http://www.wikipedia.org/ Wikipedia]
 
 
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Brainiac&#039;s Proton Shrinker 2

Miniaturizing ray[1]

A miniaturizing ray or shrink ray, was any type of energy, such as a laser, that was projected from a ray gun, that was capable of shrinking matter. In most cases, a ray gun of this type would have at least two settings, one to shrink a target, and another to return it to its' normal size.

Although technology like this was at one time considered incredibly advanced on planets such as Earth or other worlds, shrinking technology was an everyday thing on Colu.

In fact, Brainiac's Proton Shrinker was a ray gun of this type, and he had used it to shrink the entire Kryptonian city of Kandor.[2]

The supervillain Electro also had a ray gun of that type.[3]

Doctor Hiram Gulliver also invented a shrink ray called a Sonic Microwave Reducer, as well as several other shrinking machines. His shrink rays were microwave-based. He used them in an attempt to solve the Earth's growing population problem. He even had a hand held version of the device, which was called a handheld minimizer.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. As seen in The New Adventures of Superman.
  2. As seen in Terror at 20,000 Fathoms.
  3. As seen in The New Adventures of Batman episode Bite Sized (1977).
  4. As seen in Gulliver's Gigantic Goof

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