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Originally posted by princeofpeace
....flew right up to me, hovered and looked like it was taking pictures or something
Originally posted by princeofpeace
Has anyone else noticed this? I saw a dragin fly twice this past week....flew right up to me, hovered and looked like it was taking pictures or something and then it took off. Ive seen more of them lately and they seem more mechanical than natural. I think these are droids created by the government to fly around and "spy" on people.
Developed during the 1970s, the CIA has displayed a mock-up of the micro UAV in its museum at its headquarters in Langley, Virginia since 2003. However until now no media organisation has been given access to the material that proved that the artificial dragonfly had been flight tested.
…. In the 1970s the CIA was interested in the dragonfly concept as a small unmanned surveillance device. Flight cannot reveal exactly what materials have been seen, but can confirm the four-winged robotic insect achieved sustained flight…. The CIA's entomopter dragonfly's power supply and actuation system for its wings are still highly classified subjects.
US agencies are staying tight-lipped about robobug research, writes Rick Weiss.
VANESSA ALARCON saw them at an antiwar rally in Lafayette Square in Washington last month.
“I heard someone say: ‘Oh my god, look at those’,” the university student recalled. “I look up and I’m like, ‘What the hell is that?’ They looked kind of like dragonflies or little helicopters. But those are not insects.”
Bernard Crane saw them, too. “I’d never seen anything like it in my life,” the Washington lawyer said. “I thought: ‘Is that mechanical, or is that alive?’ “
That is just one of the questions hovering over a handful of similar sightings at political events in Washington and New York.
Some suspect the insect-like drones are high-tech surveillance tools, perhaps for the Department of Homeland Security.
No agency admits to having deployed insect-size spy drones, though several US Government departments say they are trying. But several federally funded teams are growing live insects with computer chips in them, with the aim of mounting spyware on their bodies.
Originally posted by leaderof theTFHbrigade
reply to post by Astrobee
Astrobee: Did you actually read this thread? There is nothing absurd about this. There is proof positive that the CIA DID have and USE this technology and as I have noted about five times, the damn thing is on display in the CIA Museum. Hit the link on pages 5 and 6 and see the pics for yourself before making judgement
Originally posted by EverythingYouDespise
Anyway, to answer your question, dragin flies probably aren't real animals, at least not in this dimension. Just use the bigfoot test: When was the last time you saw a dead dragin fly? I know I've never seen one. But I've seen live ones. Either they're mechanical (with amazing power supplies, since I've never seen a deactivated one either) or interdimensional.
Flag and star for you!
Originally posted by Aresh Troxit
They were living dragonflies, not some kind of small robot. But I know that the technology to put implants on insects brain to control them exist. I saw a few documentary about that. And they were using cockroaches about the same size the dragonflies were.