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Dec 15, 2015, 03:51 PM
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Change this forum to the "conspiracy theorists section"


Because when I hear you guys talk, this is all I can think of.
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Dec 15, 2015, 03:54 PM
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Yeah, we're conspiracy theorists. We thought the FAA would demand registration of model aircraft and sure enough....
Dec 15, 2015, 03:57 PM
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Yeah, we're conspiracy theorists. We thought the FAA would demand registration of model aircraft and sure enough....
I think you need to look up the definition of conspiracy.
Dec 15, 2015, 08:25 PM
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I think you need to look up the definition of conspiracy.
the ACTION of CONSPIRING

a ploy, a trick, ruse racket

and you think the registration of Models is something else totally legit and safety related ??

How does registering who you are keep the NAS SAFE from those who have been abusing it ???

am i against registering ? Of course not Uncle Sammy already knows who i am , where i am and what I do, almost daily....I have to continue to update my records of my self, my actions, my deeds and health almost every 6 to 12 months........

I am Known very well...with one pull of my name, address , Ss number...I can not sneeze or breathe without them knowing how and when......

SO why do they need me to register to do what they already know i do with a model aircraft as well ?

Why do you think they need you to register...are you endangering the NAS ? have you been endangering the NAS ?

what about those who do so daily, you think they will register the fact they do ???

Conspiracy...YOU BET....there is far more about this , than you will ever know !!!
Dec 15, 2015, 10:03 PM
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Originally Posted by bandetlol
Because when I hear you guys talk, this is all I can think of.
Because you can trust the US Gov... ask any native american...

Yea it was long ago and we tried to exterminate an entire race of people with blankets... and some other stuff we did so we gave them some land and casinos and beer.

It's not like the ATF actually told gunshops to release WASR AK-47 rifles to convicted felons to be used on the street here in the US and Mexico to have the proof they needed to take them away from
American citizens... That project in no way was called "Fast and Furious" aka "Project gunrunner" where the actual "GunRunners" were the federal government...
Dec 15, 2015, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by bandetlol
Because when I hear you guys talk, this is all I can think of.
Yeah, just trust everything the government tells you. They're only looking out for your best interest, after all.
Dec 15, 2015, 11:01 PM
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I need to register so they can save one of the coffins they have been stockpiling for me. You see, I have a red dot on my mailbox. It was placed there because I subconsciously believe we never landed on the moon (you could see the strings!). I suppose I feel this way because of the engineered toxins they added to the vaccines I was forced to get. I would go shoot my .22 at the dump to blow off some steam, but due to the federal plan to stockpile ammo I can't get any. Besides, they already know how I feel because of the keystroke reader installed on all of my devices, which was engineered from a spaceship they keep in Area 51. If only they had captured all of the crew members of that ship that alien wouldn't have shot Kennedy.

Reality. I am politically neutral. We live in the era of the movie Idiocracy (google it.) People worldwide, of every ethnicity and religion can and sometimes do behave like total morons. Drones AND models could easily be weaponized. The new law can't prevent that, but the initiative and advertised penalties just MIGHT keep someone from pulling a Jackass and inadvertently killing someone.
Dec 15, 2015, 11:03 PM
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Originally Posted by bandetlol
Because when I hear you guys talk, this is all I can think of.
You can hear us? Do you have hidden mics in our homes? omg, I knew they were listening to me! I just knew it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dec 15, 2015, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Cfiimei
Drones AND models could easily be weaponized. The new law can't prevent that, but the initiative and advertised penalties just MIGHT keep someone from pulling a Jackass and inadvertently killing someone.
While a 'drone' can be weaponized, a drone that can carry a significant payload represents a large investment of money and skill.

Terrorists are looking to do things cheaply and with as little skill as possible.

For both of these reasons, a backpack is a much better delivery system for a weapon than a drone. You get a much larger payload capacity at a much lower price.
Dec 15, 2015, 11:29 PM
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Agreed on the backpack, but someone could easily build an airplane that could carry ten pounds of payload, guided by a GPS, into a stadium or other location very inexpensively. I'm betting it could be done for less than $1500, possibly way less. Scary stuff. As stated, the new law wouldn't even be a deterrent to the mentalities that would attempt that. However, it might be a deterrent to the jerks that want to try to video the Super Bowl with a drone, in the same way that widely publicized prosecutions have decreased green laser shots onto airlines. People might think twice before saying "here, hold my beer."
Dec 16, 2015, 12:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Cfiimei
Agreed on the backpack, but someone could easily build an airplane that could carry ten pounds of payload, guided by a GPS, into a stadium or other location very inexpensively. I'm betting it could be done for less than $1500, possibly way less. Scary stuff. As stated, the new law wouldn't even be a deterrent to the mentalities that would attempt that. However, it might be a deterrent to the jerks that want to try to video the Super Bowl with a drone, in the same way that widely publicized prosecutions have decreased green laser shots onto airlines. People might think twice before saying "here, hold my beer."
This was years ago and yea dude a poster child for ISIS recruiting posters.

He got caught when he tried to buy 5lb bricks of C4 from an undercover he planned to put them into RC Jets which he already had built.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012...el-planes?lite
Dec 16, 2015, 12:22 AM
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I call BS.

Turbine jets (and even worse, EDFs) are probably the worst candidate for carrying a payload that can be weaponized. Very little internal space, very little actual load-carrying capacity. Absolutely the worst cost-vs-effectiveness you could imagine...

Where would you even put a 5 pound brick of C4 in that airframe that wouldn't change the CG so much that it wouldn't be flyable?

That just stinks of stupidity. I mean hell, days after 9/11 they were talking about flying RC jets into buildings...
Dec 16, 2015, 12:33 AM
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Originally Posted by XRAYRON
This was years ago and yea dude a poster child for ISIS recruiting posters.

He got caught when he tried to buy 5lb bricks of C4 from an undercover he planned to put them into RC Jets which he already had built.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012...el-planes?lite
That guy was practically broke. The FBI bought and paid for both planes and his equipment. In other words, he wasnt capable of carrying out his plans without help.
Dec 16, 2015, 12:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Rampage
While a 'drone' can be weaponized, a drone that can carry a significant payload represents a large investment of money and skill.

Terrorists are looking to do things cheaply and with as little skill as possible.

For both of these reasons, a backpack is a much better delivery system for a weapon than a drone. You get a much larger payload capacity at a much lower price.
Is it? I think your only focused on explosions... I'm not going to give it away but you need to think more WW1.



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That guy was practically broke. The FBI bought and paid for both planes and his equipment.
Doesn't surprise me one bit... those were some nice planes in a very crappy apartment lol
Dec 16, 2015, 12:37 AM
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Is it? I think your only focused on explosions... I'm not going to give it away but you need to think more WW1.
What, fragmentation? From a composite or wood airframe?

Not going to accomplish much with that.