Actually, tractor beams are based upon technology to move particles in the opposite direction of an electromagnetic wave that’s beamed at those very particles (or objects).
It’s quite easy, you should try it at home with a flashlight and a bag of popcorn (first open the bag). It may take some practice but when you will finally succeed the result will be quite funky!
It should, of course, also be noted that Chauns overall have an innate resistance to sleeping bats, acquired during their generations of slavery and useless wandering in mines and other damp places where Desmodus dormicus takes up residence. That’s possibly why sleeping bats dislike them so much. When they gang up, even a Chaun has to lay down. Then again, could also be plain coincidence. Or sadism from the artist’s side. Who knows, really…
Hey! That guy can only DREAM about my looks, pal. I’ll be back…
I don’t know which Doc you’re actually talking about, but if this is about me: absolutely right about my cybogification fetish.
I’m in fact getting a new implant this weekend that will enhance my individual body hairs into fully autonomous, self-conscious filamentous creatures walking around on my head and (yes) back.
Should allow me to cut down on my hairdressing budget.