posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 06:37 PM
While the government and its various agencies research lots of wild things all the time, I have a hard time believing they are anywhere close on
something as sophisticated as what people are suggesting this system could do.
But let's assume they will at some point, then even so it wouldn't be overwhelming difficult to defeat. In some of my graduate work I was on a
project involving passive and active forms of jamming. The passive forms weren't actually "passive" in the sense of materials (or paints), they
were mechanical in nature (as opposed to electrical). The electrical jamming was so easy, radar and satellite transmitters being so weak in output
strength they were to confuse. I'm sure they've made progress in the 25 years since I worked on that project, but the basics remain the same.
Of course, whoever was trying to scan your area would know the area was being "defended", so one should jam with care.