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Originally posted by Shrukin89
Could it be a way for the U.S to spy of what's going on in the Arctic? (That is in Russia's territory)
I'll keep a close eye on this one!
Originally posted by paranoiaFTW
No, NORAD is actually tracking him and and are preparing to blow him out of the sky December 24th, 2012. Three days later, the world will end.
In recent months, other details have emerged in documents recently declassified by the Department of Defense that describe the retrofitting of Santa's sleigh with advanced anti-radar technology. The centerpiece of Santa's Sleighborne Tactical Defense System (SSTDS) is a high-tech state-of-the-art system known as a Suppression of Enemy Air Defense, or SEAD, system. "Santa Claus undoubtedly utilizes a special type of radar called a `low probability of intercept' radar, which is similar in many respects to the synthetic aperture radar used by NASA," said the expert, who still refused to give his name. "Its purpose is to reduce the probability that Santa's sleigh will be tracked and possibly inadvertently attacked by our antimissile target acquisition systems."