posted on May, 28 2006 @ 04:48 AM
Originally posted by Mystery_Lady
The other problem would be that most people would not be able to re-create the device, unless it was extremely easy to build. Look at how many people
have a problem putting together cribs, large toys, bicycles, and even tinkering with cars gets mixed results even with training in that area.
There are many undesireable factors involved, the most important being that next to no-one is immune to the lures of power / money and exclusive
knowledge, and IF you're lucky to find someone like this, you can bet your hide that his/here wife/husband / friend would either take advantage of
the situation or do something entirely stupid like boasting about the project. the net result is a few dead guys and gals, in an incident either
looking like waco, a tazer shooting gone bad (rigged weapon) or even 9/11, who knows.
The problem afaics, is that people are either paranoid enough to stay alive OR talented enough to design the cool stuff, and IF by sheer luck, these
charakteristics are combined, the paranoid inventor will even have to contemplate destroying his work, in order not to let it fall into the system's
Make no mistake, the system may often fail to understand the tech they steal, but the workable rest is enough to increase their power, unless an
entire society decides to loathe this kind of profiteering treason. i hope the following links won't bore you , but hey, you don't have to read
them, i just think they give a good overview about the racket.
PS: i wish people with 'paranoid' wroldviews would spend less time contemplating society's failings and use their unique positions to look behind
the scenes, sure you're on your own when you're doing that, but that doesn't shock us nuts, now does it?
[edit on 28-5-2006 by Long Lance]