posted on Jun, 11 2012 @ 09:05 AM
reply to post by Phage
True, these are all standard air frame designs that have been around awhile. But you know as well as anyone what is in development is years ahead of
what is being released to the public.
We've seen the dragonfly and hummingbird model drones that look and move surprisingly like their natural counterparts. Nanotech is growing at leaps
and bounds. How small are they going to go? Down the size of flies would be my best guess
What's stopping them from weaponizing tiny drones with bio-weapons that inject a toxin? I believe they already have such in their possession. I'm no
industry insider, just someone who can follow patterns and draw logical conclusions, not much imagination required.
People might say this is all paranoid delusions worrying so much about drones but it seems to me the real paranoia belongs to those requesting these
kinds of systems being developed.
Those in control of our intelligence agencies have no scruples and even less regard for the law. If we don't watch them and try our best to imagine
their game plan nobody else will.
Drones represent the loss of privacy and a Zuess-like ability to strike down anyone they choose with thunderbolts. If that isn't enough to rouse us
from our complacency I don't think anything will.
edit on 11-6-2012 by Asktheanimals because: corrections