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(full-sized) Silent Stealth Helicopter: my friend saw one at dusk. He said first it was making noise - then it was totally silent, flitting low over the town of the MI base of Ft. Huachuca where they train the army UAV pilots.
Great so Drones can be used to make porn videos sold to finance the cost of the drone
"Increasingly, they have heat seeking abilities to see exactly what you are doing...even in the privacy of your own home"
I remember when GPS was encrypted. It was in 1979 - and caused us to be grounded on a sandbar just inside a GA inlet during a storm at night, with surf pounding in at us. Thanks to a Brunswick towboat we were saved before the boat (40' sail) broke up
So true. Might ruin your house.
Wouldn't need to shoot it down to be causing problems. They are talking about pizza-delivery drones for when you are stuck in traffic. Too many drones=accidents. How you would like the air filled with the sound of giant angry mosquitoes?
I do not think you can. If you have that much firepower it concerns me and how do you insure that what you shoot down does not fall into a playground or school yard.
The most insidiously damaging fiction of today's American political life is the carefully cultivated lie that we are the government.
I was wondering if it was an arguable point in a court of law. I definitely know that we the people are not in control!
I'm sorry, I don't quite follow your line of inquiry here. Are you asking if a legal argument that because the government owns the drones, we the people do, and therefore we the people have standing to bar them from our space, might succeed in court?
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What does that mean? Which part do you disagree with? Just wondering.
In a nameless state you can say your neeighbor did something and cause that neighbor to b fined $500. There doesn't need to be evidence to support the allegation. The day where you are safe doing right is obsolete
Wow Tireless, I hadn't heard that. Guess it's a good thing I'm married to a cop. I can only guess how you feel about them...
KK - what if you are making love to your spouse, and the drone has a FLIR unit that can see your heat images through walls? Florida has already ruled that as an invasion of privacy from police driving by looking for Pot hot-houses.
My problem with this way of thinking: ... >>why should it bother us unless we're doing something we shouldn't
"why should it bother us unless we're doing something we shouldn't?"
Tell that to a survivor of the Holocaust.