__________________ * I have the right to live, thus I have the right to defend my life from attackers who would take it from me.
* I have the right to my private property, thus I have the right to defend my property from thieves who would take it from me.
* I have the right to self-determination, thus I have the right to defend my liberty from tyrants who would take it from me.
* The only usable tools for these tasks are guns, and thus I have the right to shoot anyone who would take my guns from me.
Who wants to bet that it is really a high tech space craft being moved closer to POTUS in case of a need for a quick getaway?
Jamie Cosgrove, a public affairs officer for the Navy Unmanned Combat Air Demonstrator Program, said the drone, an X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System made by Northrup Grumman, had undergone testing at Edwards Air Force Base in California, according to WUSA.
When the government lies, there is always a reason.
PE, Maybe your just not looking at rightly.
My source says the X-47B's wings were removed for the road trip and its
sitting on the trailer facing backwards .
Can you see it now?
--Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826--
"I place economy among the first and most important virtues, and public debt as the greatest of dangers. To preserve our independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt."
... completed a successful experiment: illuminating a gaping hole in the government’s plan to open US airspace to thousands of drones.
They could be turned into weapons.
“Spoofing a GPS receiver on a UAV is just another way of hijacking a plane,” Humphreys told Fox News.
In other words, with the right equipment, anyone can take control of a GPS-guided drone and make it do anything they want it to.
Here is a guy who says he invented the drone market..... Okay, I'm exagerating. He said he invented the DIY (do it yourself) drone market....
Long story short, he is a Wired mag columnist who one day received two products to review, a lego robot kit, and a RC airplane to test and write about in Wired. He started with the robot kit with his 9 yo son, and they quickly became bored, so went out to a field for the RC airplane, which he promptly crashed, and then came up with the idea that he had the components for a DIY drone.
The rest, as they say, is fun for the whole family.
Jason replaced the quadcopter he crash landed on the roof of his office. Here's the video of his test flight yesterday:
He spent a few hours modifying it today and will attach a camera like his Hoten. Actually he wants to do a bit of first person flying - there are now cameras with transmitters that send pictures to the controller on the ground.
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