posted on Jan, 19 2007 @ 01:01 PM
My serious thought on this subject are this.
RC anything, not a good idea. These planes will be noticable and easy to shoot down if they are gas powered, and to prevent them from being shot down
you would have to fly them too fast to even get a clear shot of anything.
Battery powered stuff will be quieter but both systems can only last under best conditions for about 20 min before the battery dies out, plus you are
no longer comunicating with the plane, rover, whatever after it gets out of range-about 2 miles. You would need to have a camera that could broadcast
from the plane to you so that you can see where you are flying it, but the camera and the transmitter along with all the other stuff would screw the
plane over and drain batteries real fast even on the ground rover idea.
Even then you have a real strong chance of having your signal intercepted confusing the plane, rover, whatever by even a walki talki running the same
frequency on accident by base personel. They could even jam most signals period for security. So chances are your vehicle would not respond to your
controls-and really soon. Anything flying in the air period will get securities attention.
In reality on a man trained or with a lot of experience in stalking and crawling painstakingly slowly for a day or 10 in the desert, and these people
do exist, would probably be the only way to avoid motion sensors, siesmic sensors and basic survalence. But whats the dude going to do once he gets
to the actuall base? Can't crawl around on the tarmac without being spotted, especially if you've been crawling through the desert dust for a while
and it's all over your gear. Like starch in literaly makes you glow on night vision, which I'm sure sentries are using. And even then how are you
going to crawl around unnoticed in the buildings or underground passages?
THe only thing that would work would be a lightfooted guy wearing harry potters invisability cloak.
Rockets with parachutes and camera gear being deployed wont work either for the same reason stated above regarding transmitters, frequencies etc. plus
good luck having the camera hold up through the launch or on even having it aimed correctly to even get a shot of anything. Triangulation is a mother
F***** and I'm sure base security or some other nerd at the facility knows about it and would find your location quicker than you can exfiltrate.
Someone there has got to know trigonometry.
Micro machines, uh yeah OK good luck getting one to be built let alone even work.
Air baloons? Again how are you going to compete with all the frequencies the base personel are using that will probably interfere with your
transmitters etc. again even if just by accident. And also how are you going to get a decent shot with camera. And why on earth would they not
notice someone launching a hot air ballon or something similar near them. Plus a slow moving highly radar reflective object ambling slowly toward the
base or where ever the wind blows really will most likely be noticed by somebody.
In reality there is no feasable way to break into the base and actually get to see anything top secret. It's too hidden from prying eyes, at the
direction of experts who have thought of everything we possible could have, and do this sort of stuff for a living.
Too bad my Ninja friend is now off trying to challenge himself by breaking into Lopan's underground vault that hides the secret underground passages
to the ancient temples of a lost and very advanced civilization. The tunnels are gaurded by giant, and stealthy creatures conjured up by the ancient
chinese wizard Yau Xuijaing 2000 years ago.