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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
Krispy71

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.......

I've been reading this thread from the beginning and it is being effectively dismantled by the new posters....how sad!!!



Not really new.

If you are familiar with the thread, go back and check and you'll see that when there is a significant issue at the GOM, the thread is heavily sidetracked. Also, that our two main characters, K-spy and Nexus-ed will almost completely ignore the issue while they "de-code" and ramble on about O, or some other not directly related subject.

Since the Angel e-mails have been posted, these posts will have the effect of making sure the "sway" is in the desired direction.
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I disagree with the portion that I've underlined, but that's my opinion. I think that some of the best info on this thread has come from Krispy & Nexuseditor, Renegadeson, Housedad and some of the other posters.
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Tnx 404 !

To the other AC :
I dont have to justify what I do with my time and energy, but yes I try to spend time and effort in things that I see bread in ... that make sence to me according the aurganism and the situations in the 4 theaters.
making the resumé's I read all the posts twice,
now when I post in real time and lateron when I work on the resumé's and sift out the information that COULD BE VALUABLE and that IS VALUABLE.
Sometimes I see something when making resumé's that I missed or did not understand before.

Wheter I post relevant or not-relevant information depends also on your (the readers) own perception and understandings.
And yes sometimes even K-spy is on a wrong track ... hey I am also only a female human ...lol...
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some proof of opies info

Overseas Teachers Working for DOD Told They Must Take H1N1 Flu Vaccine

[From Ken Adachi: This story began with an e-mail from Bruce on August 20 who told me that the Department of Defense Dependents Schools [DODDS] in Europe were now going to require a MANDATORY Swine flu vaccination for employees and students and sought my advice on what to do. He then sent me the article seen below which was published in Stars and Stripes on July 30, 2010. It outlines a "policy" requirement from the U.S. European Command [EUCOM] that ALL employees, teachers, and students connected with the Department of Defense Dependents Schools [DODDS] in Europe must accept a MANDATORY H1N1 Swine flu vaccination.

[link to educate-yourself.org]


chip...chip...chip away.

Gotta keeps tabs on these folks.
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EXACTLY MY THOUGHTS TOO
did not want to say it though
glad i am not the only one making 'paranoid' connections
ej
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08/29/2010 06:38 PM
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There are already drones under the GOM...

These things are quite impressive...



Researchers are employing iRobotís Seaglider unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) to monitor the damage caused in the Gulf of Mexico by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. The six foot long autonomous robots are capable of operating for 10 months on their own, monitoring water conditions down to 1 km (~3300 feet). They periodically resurface to transmit data via satellite. Current Seagliders in the Gulf are tracking temperture, salinity, dissolved oxygen, and presence of organic compounds (oil). Data analysis and technical support is being handled by Vernon Asper of the University of Southern Mississippi and Craig Lee of the University of Washington.


[link to singularityhub.com]


watch the vid at the bottom...they were built for the arctic, for under ice survey...

Maybe they can navigate the pipes/tubes???
 Quoting: Czarcasym

ide love to get the cam fead of one of them am kinda bord with the bp rov cams
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08/29/2010 06:41 PM
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.......

I've been reading this thread from the beginning and it is being effectively dismantled by the new posters....how sad!!!



Not really new.

If you are familiar with the thread, go back and check and you'll see that when there is a significant issue at the GOM, the thread is heavily sidetracked. Also, that our two main characters, K-spy and Nexus-ed will almost completely ignore the issue while they "de-code" and ramble on about O, or some other not directly related subject.

Since the Angel e-mails have been posted, these posts will have the effect of making sure the "sway" is in the desired direction.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1083406


I disagree with the portion that I've underlined, but that's my opinion. I think that some of the best info on this thread has come from Krispy & Nexuseditor, Renegadeson, Housedad and some of the other posters.


Tnx 404 !

To the other AC :
I dont have to justify what I do with my time and energy, but yes I try to spend time and effort in things that I see bread in ... that make sence to me according the aurganism and the situations in the 4 theaters.
making the resumé's I read all the posts twice,
now when I post in real time and lateron when I work on the resumé's and sift out the information that COULD BE VALUABLE and that IS VALUABLE.
Sometimes I see something when making resumé's that I missed or did not understand before.

Wheter I post relevant or not-relevant information depends also on your (the readers) own perception and understandings.
And yes sometimes even K-spy is on a wrong track ... hey I am also only a female human ...lol...
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You're welcome Krispy...and I meant what I said....you've done an excellent job and don't let anyone tell you differently!!!
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08/29/2010 06:42 PM
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Talked today to family of a (former) BP GOM rig worker.

First, and you already know this, anyone connected with BP in any way is under a gag order.

Family member says that workers have been checking with the union and have been told (do not know when) that they will not be going back to work. They are looking for other jobs.

People complained when Obama issued the drilling moratorium in the Gulf. Now, we know the reason.
Krispy71

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08/29/2010 06:43 PM

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I am sure you keep your decoded evidence in one place, could you please copy and paste them here? It would be much appreciated, thank's Krispy
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All my decodings are written and worked out (not very neathly hahaha) on paperpieces, not on the pc or in a doc ...
sorry, cant comply this one.
Spitting thru the resumé's will give each of you newer ones more insight in things that have already been discussed.
I can assure you that it will be very educational.

I am not a superwoman that can read-post-decode and make resumé's at the same time.
I too have my physical disabilities (pains and fatiges).


:)
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08/29/2010 06:46 PM

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some proof of opies info

Overseas Teachers Working for DOD Told They Must Take H1N1 Flu Vaccine

[From Ken Adachi: This story began with an e-mail from Bruce on August 20 who told me that the Department of Defense Dependents Schools [DODDS] in Europe were now going to require a MANDATORY Swine flu vaccination for employees and students and sought my advice on what to do. He then sent me the article seen below which was published in Stars and Stripes on July 30, 2010. It outlines a "policy" requirement from the U.S. European Command [EUCOM] that ALL employees, teachers, and students connected with the Department of Defense Dependents Schools [DODDS] in Europe must accept a MANDATORY H1N1 Swine flu vaccination.

[link to educate-yourself.org]


chip...chip...chip away.

Gotta keeps tabs on these folks.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1083406


EXACTLY MY THOUGHTS TOO
did not want to say it though
glad i am not the only one making 'paranoid' connections
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1083379


Me too ...lol... chip-vote ;)
Your "connections" everything but paranoid hahahaha !!!
I call it clever
afro
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08/29/2010 06:47 PM
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Krispy, Acolyte was posting earlier on the buildup. Might want to have a look. In fact, he posted several new threads.
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08/29/2010 06:51 PM
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off topic?????

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
ISRAEL ORDERS MASSIVE MILITARY FUEL STOCKS FAR IN EXCESS OF THAT REQUIRED FOR NORMAL OPERATIONS

Three weeks ago the US Defence Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) published a notice, as it is legally required to do, announcing that Israel has ordered massive quantities of various fuels suitable for military use, and in the case of the order for JP-8 jet fuel, suitable only for military use.

The massive order is valued at some $2 billion and, as well as the 284 million gallons (1.075 billion litres) of JP-8 jet fuel, the order also includes 60 million gallons (227 million litres) of unleaded gasoline and 100 million gallons (378 million litres) of diesel fuel.


[link to lataan.blogspot.com]

getting ready for some low flying????
are they foreseeing a blockade?????
ej
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08/29/2010 06:55 PM
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somthing that bothers me regarding the geolagy of gom is the presans of lots of caverns filed with fresh water under land as well as the sea bead we no that 4 boys around aisia hav been turned of due to dramatik recorded rises in the sea bead
i am wondering if this is allso haperning in the gom as we are dealing with fluids which canot be comprest 2 diferent typs of water of oposing tempriture and solinaty any moovment in the sea bead will create a masiv hydrolik moovment efect within thes caverns i am conserned the the posabilaty exist of ruptures in the sea floor in to the unerlying aquafers resulting in hydrocarbon ingress (oil) if the bed indead mooves this will make the well look like a syringe in comparison the potenshal for a catastrophik releas is thare it would be herendus the area efected wuld be far grater than just the gom



This guy is playing all of you...

He is neither illiterate nor dyslexic...

He is obviously educated and knows exactly what he is writing...

Don't be fooled by the misspelled words he is hiding what he says from eyes that might make a connection...

Check his previous post too many mistakes...

For instance "buoy" would not be "boys" he has to read his word even after written...

Phonetically at the worse spelling it would be "booee" or even "buee"...If you write "boys" your mind would tell you it was wrong...

Remember he reads pretty fast and always replies to others, and in a timely manner...

check his writings for yourself... If American English is your first language you will see what I mean...

Just my 2 cents...

Thanks

P.S. No offense ej...but of course you know that...

just a quick response czarcas. in australia we pronunce bouy as boy and since our nautical system is basically english im sure ej would too. cheers all.
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:) insidently i hav spent 2 years working in nz resently lol kinda pikt up a twang :/
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08/29/2010 07:01 PM
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Where the hell are these things???


Here's a new way of looking at oil spill clean-up: Forget the big ships, massive work crews and hefty price tags.

Instead, just deploy an army of autonomous, oil-scrubbing robots. They can find the oil on their own. And when they reach the site of an oil spill, they talk to their robot friends to figure out the best way to get the whole thing mopped up.

[link to www.wibw.com]



P.S. ej I did not mean any disrespect...

I hope it is all good...

hf
...Do You Even Couth, Bro...

A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.
Jean de La Fontaine
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off topic?????

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
ISRAEL ORDERS MASSIVE MILITARY FUEL STOCKS FAR IN EXCESS OF THAT REQUIRED FOR NORMAL OPERATIONS

Three weeks ago the US Defence Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) published a notice, as it is legally required to do, announcing that Israel has ordered massive quantities of various fuels suitable for military use, and in the case of the order for JP-8 jet fuel, suitable only for military use.

The massive order is valued at some $2 billion and, as well as the 284 million gallons (1.075 billion litres) of JP-8 jet fuel, the order also includes 60 million gallons (227 million litres) of unleaded gasoline and 100 million gallons (378 million litres) of diesel fuel.


[link to lataan.blogspot.com]

getting ready for some low flying????
are they foreseeing a blockade?????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1083448

wasent the a sugestion in the erlier post by the op that a israil sub was identifyd as hotile for sum reason if memory searves me corectly
ej
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08/29/2010 07:04 PM
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Where the hell are these things???


Here's a new way of looking at oil spill clean-up: Forget the big ships, massive work crews and hefty price tags.

Instead, just deploy an army of autonomous, oil-scrubbing robots. They can find the oil on their own. And when they reach the site of an oil spill, they talk to their robot friends to figure out the best way to get the whole thing mopped up.

[link to www.wibw.com]



P.S. ej I did not mean any disrespect...

I hope it is all good...

hf
 Quoting: Czarcasym

ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol
Krispy71

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08/29/2010 07:08 PM

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As far as phonetic spelling is concerned, remember that a person has to read, write and speak in English with "Demonstrated proficiency" in order to apply to become a US citizen.

Hans, tell us who the players are on this thread. It seems that you and Woody are communicating via code. Nexus and Krispy have a mutual informant called Angel. A lot of you guys are email each other and keeping a lot of us in the dark.......thats just not nice.
Quoting: Gabriel

secrasey gabrial is y the world is in such a mes in the first place
 Quoting: ej 1079493


There is no secracy here.

I have respect for a person who does not want to comprimise his situation but does want us to know what we need to know.
It does not matter wheter that information commes from a registered -open- GLP member or visitor or mailed via-via.
It is the CONTENT of THE MESSAGE that is IMPORTANT and not the nick-name or IP-adres !
Yes Angel contacted me, and I was feeling honored to help him with bringing this in the world. I will not judge him/her for wanting to stay anonimous, for that would be stupid in my opinion.
You are told what you need to know. Angel is not sharing much more with me. He asked me if Nexus would be interrested in helping him/her out also, and I confirmed that. I doont know Nexus other then from postings, but I do know that he has many resources and has a lot of know-how about a lot of things thanks to his work with the magazine. I see the capacities of great usefullness in that and for us.
ALL I DO (and that counts for many more posters on this thread) IS FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE.
I would never hold something back deliberately.... but I do respect others wishes and motives for staying behind the curtains. I appreciate their courage and effort!

Yes with some people of this thread I have house-guarden and daily mails. Some people just are interested in ones health or situations that should not be discussed (off-topic) in this thread. THIS is not an act of secrecy !

I know that Hans and Woodie ARE talking dailythings in this topic, The octoberfest is NO CODE AT ALL !
An occasional off-topic post is okay as long as we dont do that en-mass ...lol...

I hope this has cleared up some questions.

flower
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08/29/2010 07:11 PM

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Holy S**t.

Are you morAns STILL beating this dead horse?
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oh no this is the cloned dead horse
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rofl moshpit lolsign
ej
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08/29/2010 07:16 PM
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Holy S**t.

Are you morAns STILL beating this dead horse?
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oh no this is the cloned dead horse


rofl moshpit lolsign
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hehe ye i dont mind my burgers dieing ones but dieing twise mmm kinda puts me of haha you hav been keeping up with the news then :) thaught everyone had mist my clone pun :))))
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol
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Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans canít, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???
...Do You Even Couth, Bro...

A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.
Jean de La Fontaine
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol



Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans canít, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???
 Quoting: Czarcasym

i never hav understood y we havnt colanised the moon seames just mindblowingly obvius thing to do for 100 reasons wel within the worlds capabilatys has been for decads if they got ther heads togeather and agread not to spend on new nukes for the next 3 years it wuld be dun hell how many times doo they wana distroy the world isent thare enugh to doo it 10 times over wot a waste of funds
ej
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol



Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans canít, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???

i never hav understood y we havnt colanised the moon seames just mindblowingly obvius thing to do for 100 reasons wel within the worlds capabilatys has been for decads if they got ther heads togeather and agread not to spend on new nukes for the next 3 years it wuld be dun hell how many times doo they wana distroy the world isent thare enugh to doo it 10 times over wot a waste of funds
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ej yes am dreding the day i hav to fix a bot and it say no
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08/29/2010 07:32 PM
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Another boat aground:

"Cruise ship stranded in the Arctic

TORONTO ó A cruise ship exploring the Northwest Passage in the Arctic has run aground on a rock that wasn't on the map."

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]
Krispy71

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08/29/2010 07:39 PM

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Krispy, Acolyte was posting earlier on the buildup. Might want to have a look. In fact, he posted several new threads.
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Gonna have to wait till later ...lol...
it is wayyyyy past my bedtime here in holland : 01.40 in the middle of the night,
and I have appointments in the early morning ...

Tnx for the pointer AC-520 :)
Most of the time I find Acolyte's postings very interresting. And often they connect with the info from OP.
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol



Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans canít, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???

i never hav understood y we havnt colanised the moon seames just mindblowingly obvius thing to do for 100 reasons wel within the worlds capabilatys has been for decads if they got ther heads togeather and agread not to spend on new nukes for the next 3 years it wuld be dun hell how many times doo they wana distroy the world isent thare enugh to doo it 10 times over wot a waste of funds

ej yes am dreding the day i hav to fix a bot and it say no
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if u like that this is worying capable the poles in uk actualy use thes thing 4 to 5 times biger tho
[link to www.engadget.com]
for survalans ony at the mo
[link to news.bbc.co.uk]
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off topic?????

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
ISRAEL ORDERS MASSIVE MILITARY FUEL STOCKS FAR IN EXCESS OF THAT REQUIRED FOR NORMAL OPERATIONS

Three weeks ago the US Defence Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) published a notice, as it is legally required to do, announcing that Israel has ordered massive quantities of various fuels suitable for military use, and in the case of the order for JP-8 jet fuel, suitable only for military use.

The massive order is valued at some $2 billion and, as well as the 284 million gallons (1.075 billion litres) of JP-8 jet fuel, the order also includes 60 million gallons (227 million litres) of unleaded gasoline and 100 million gallons (378 million litres) of diesel fuel.


[link to lataan.blogspot.com]

getting ready for some low flying????
are they foreseeing a blockade?????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1083448


Very obvious why ...lol...
Peepz get ready, ISR is up to something or nows something.
This is a sign.
Tnx Dhlos.
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol



Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans canít, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???

i never hav understood y we havnt colanised the moon seames just mindblowingly obvius thing to do for 100 reasons wel within the worlds capabilatys has been for decads if they got ther heads togeather and agread not to spend on new nukes for the next 3 years it wuld be dun hell how many times doo they wana distroy the world isent thare enugh to doo it 10 times over wot a waste of funds

ej yes am dreding the day i hav to fix a bot and it say no

if u like that this is worying capable the poles in uk actualy use thes thing 4 to 5 times biger tho
[link to www.engadget.com]
for survalans ony at the mo
[link to news.bbc.co.uk]
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Police on Merseyside have had to ground their new drone over concerns it was being used illegally without a licence.
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ya is no prob gona be no jobs left in a bit with all thes robots am nacerd when they can maintain themself lol
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Yea I know what you mean...


Has the age of human explorers come to an end? There are several projects underway that are sending robots where humans dare not tread. Scientists are ramping up to deploy hundreds of aquatic drones into the ocean depths, following the first successful transatlantic voyage of a robot last year. Swarms of miniaturized rovers the size of a penny will soon defuse mines, and thousands of terrain-ready robots will test rock composition on other planets. Machines will continue to explore where humans canít, and swarm robotics is leading the way.



[link to singularityhub.com]


Kinda scary...

Terminator, anyone???
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Off-topic :
I loooooved the SARA CONNOR cronicles !!!!!
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tel ya if a fly farts within 100ft they nowe about it here Idol1
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Goodnight all new and older Bezerkers !!!
Big hugs,
and stay out of trouble where ever you are.
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Merseyside Police said they had been unaware they needed a licence to fly the remote control helicopter, which is fitted with CCTV.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said it needed to be consulted over any use of the drones, that can fly up to 400ft and reach speeds of 30mph.

The force's drone was used last week to catch a car thief in thick undergrowth.

All unmanned aircraft, not just ones that weigh 15lb (7kg) or more, now have to be licensed to conduct aerial surveillance work after the law changed at the start of the year.

They need CAA permission to fly within 164ft (50m) of people and within 492ft (150m) of buildings.

The CAA said any breach in regulations, which came into force on 1 January 2010, would be "treated seriously".

A Merseyside Police spokesman said: "Since the force has known of the change in regulations all Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) flights have been suspended and will remain so until the appropriate licence has been granted."

He added that the CAA had been invited to inspect the drone and see how they used it. [link to news.bbc.co.uk]
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sad to see this thread ruined
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08/29/2010 07:53 PM
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Goodnight all new and older Bezerkers !!!
Big hugs,
and stay out of trouble where ever you are.
Respect.

K-spy out ...lol...
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Good night...and stay safe...

Thanks for all your help...

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