Wired looks at DARPA's human soldier augmentation programs
- Cooling hands helps endurance. The reason is that muscles don’t wear out because they use up stored sugars but because they get to hot. Cooling helps overclock the body.
- Working to suspend injured soldiers through oxygen depravation. Mice were give a whiff of hydrogen sulfide first. Then they survived in the 5 percent oxygen environment for six hours — unconscious but alive. They knocked rats out with a blast of the gas and drained 60 percent of their blood. They lived for 10 hours or more.
- Heated gloves can stave of hypothermia