posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 10:24 AM
Not saying that you're statements aren't true but there are other things I'm wondering about.
is it true that if it flies, the FFA is involved?
i'm asking because after looking at you link showing where they're deployed at, I looked at my home state of New Mexico. It shows two sites. The
first being the mineral and mining industry. To validate this, is that we have a rather large area with a very massive potential of NG and oil in
south central N, problem being is there are these little gecko lizard things numbering like in the low hundreds, maybe high ten's that are occuping
roughly 120 square miles of this land and the bunny-huggers don't want any of these 'baby reptoids' ran over doing exploratory drilling to see the
The second is the University of NM at Alamogordo. UNM has a large geology dept so the usage would again be the same as above. Also Holloman AFB is
adjacent to Alamogordo. This is where the first UAV, The Predetor, was developed in the early 70's.
So i would have to admit that these drones were and are intended for legitimate reasons, not saying that they can't be used for other but then again
you never know if that little $30.00 RC helicopter flying around at the park really belongs to that little kid or is that just what 'they' want you