Our ancestors could spot natural predators from far by their silhouettes. Are we equally aware of the predators in the present-day? Drones are remote-controlled planes that can be used for anything from surveillance and deadly force, to rescue operations and scientific research. Most drones are used today by military powers for remote-controlled surveillance and attack, and their numbers are growing. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) predicted in 2012 that within 20 years there could be as many as 30.000 drones flying over U.S. Soil alone. As robotic birds will become commonplace in the near future, we should be prepared to identify them. This survival guide is an attempt to familiarise ourselves and future generations, with a changing technological environment.
The guide contains tactics for hiding from drones and interfering with the drones’ sensors, collected from various online sources. Health Ranger’s intelligence analysis of military drones: payloads, countermeasures and more’, by Mike Adams and ‘The Al-Qaida Papers - Drones’, Associated Press, Feb 2013. To keep this document widely available it can be downloaded in .pdf or .doc format. Send a new translation to us and receive a free printed Drone Survival Guide. All translations will be shared here. The Drone Survival Guide is collected and translated as a form of civil initiative, not for profit and without government or commercial funding and/or support.
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With those shapes in mind, what sizes do you think those drones are? Ie. the plane shaped one with wings that go straight out, for example? Tiny? Plane sized? Though have to say, the day we saw these really odd looking planes flying out back (this is a separate time from another I posted on that occurred in the evening for 2 days), they were flying so close together almost wings touching and I thought it was amazing. And that pilots had to be very skilled. They were huge for planes, more small jet size really.
But they were more responsive. There was a lone one flying across the road. Unlike the pair that flew almost wings touching, this one wasn't flying fast enough to stay in the air, it was really slowly moving. And I asked it to fly over my head! It turned sharply and crossed the road and flew directly my head.
So though it was shaped like one of the pictures, can't see how it is a drone since it was interactive. Also don't recall it making noise as it flew over.
So far the shapes still aren't very UFO looking however.
Our ancestors could spot natural predators from far by their silhouettes.
Will it be updated every year?