The Rise of the Drones and What it Could Mean for Your Health

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist April 24, 2013

droneWhen most people think of drones, they think of the picture to the right.  An unmanned, aerial vehicle used in wartime situations on foreign soil.

While this perception is certainly true, the FAA Reauthorization Act signed into law in 2012 took the concept of drones to an entirely new – and frightening – level.

Predator drones once confined to the battlefields are already being used domestically for a wide range of functions.  According to the Rutherford Institute, at least 30,000 drones will occupy U.S. airspace by 2020, a staggering $30 billion per year industry.

And these drones are not what you think they are.

I was shocked to learn recently that the vast majority of these thousands upon thousands of drones, some already unleashed over America’s skies, are tiny – even nano sized, and modeled after birds, insects and other small animals.

56 government agencies are currently authorized to use drones with 63 active drone sites across the nation.  This includes 22 law enforcement agencies and 24 universities.  The cheap cost of deploying drones compared with manned technologies is a big part of the driving force to quickly adopt drones in a widespread manner.   For example, a manned helicopter or airplane can cost around $600/hour whereas a drone costs a fraction of that at less than $25/hour.

Pandora’s Box has already been opened with regard to drones, and there is no going back so we’d best just get ready to deal with it.

Here’s a rundown of some of the drones already developed according to a recent article by John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute:

Dragonfly drones.  The US government is using small, aerial surveillance drones in the form of insects.  Dragonfly drones were first reportedly used in 2007 to hover over protesters at an anti-war rally in Washington, DC.   A year later, the US Air Force announced  bumblebee drones that apparently cannot be detected.   The purpose?  To fly into buildings to “photograph, record, and even attack insurgents and terrorists.’”

Hummingbird drones.  About the size of an actual hummingbird, “Nano Hummingbird” drones can fit into the palm of your hand.   Developed by the Department of Defense, it is able to blend in with surroundings, flitting and surveilling as needed.

Black Hornet Nano drone.  Comparable in size to a finch at about four inches long, this micro-helicopter drone is able to capture video footage and relay it along with still images to remote locations even in windy conditions.

Roachbots. Mimicking a cockroach’s covertness and a gecko’s speed, roach drones are 10 cm long running and climbing machines. UC Berkeley developed the little terrors that can perform “rapid inversion” maneuvers including dashing up to a ledge and then swinging around to end up underneath the ledge and upside-down – just like a real roach.

MicroBat drone.  Designed to emulate the movement of birds and other flying animals, the bat drone was created by CIT Group, Aerovironment, and UCLA.

Spy-butterfly drone.  Two large wings are the identifying features of another insect inspired drone unveiled in 2012 in Israel.  Dubbed the  “spy-butterfly”, it weighs only 20 grams with indoor surveillance its primary purpose including public areas such as mass transit stations, airports or even office buildings.   These nearly noiseless butterfly drones are considered ideal for intelligence gathering and are apparently so realistic, that when they were tested, real birds and flies fell behind the bots that were arranging themselves into a flock.

Raven drone. While not as small or agile as other drones, the 4 lb raven drone is currently the most common and is already being used in mass numbers with an estimated 19,000 in the sky already.   It is most useful for seeing around corners and sending footage back to its operators.  Resembling a model airplane, the Raven apparently crumbles like a pile of Legos when it lands.

What the Drones Could Mean for Your Health

mosquito droneWhile the drones listed above are shocking enough, the most worrisome of all is the new mosquito drone.

I’ve written before about the unleashing of mutant, genetically engineered mosquitoes, but these mosquito bots are infinitely more concerning.

Mosquito drones are truly an engineering marvel but have the capability to violate your biological rights to a level never before witnessed in human history.

Using a needle-like pincer, mosquito drones have the potential to land on someone to extract DNA or inject tracking devices, drugs or vaccines without the person’s knowledge or consent.

Software engineer Alan Lovejoy explains:

“Such a device could be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera, microphone. It could land on you and then use its needle to take a DNA sample with the pain of a mosquito bite. Or it could inject a micro RFID tracking device under your skin. It could land on you and stay, so that you take it with you into your home. Or it could fly into a building through a window. There are well-funded research projects working on such devices with such capabilities.”

Would mosquito drones ever be used for such a blatant violation of civil rights?  Considering that the government has already shown itself willing to violate the medical rights of its citizens by forcing the use of chemotherapy on sick children and restricting the right to decline vaccinations and even use force their use during times of “pandemic”, I would say the answer to that question is “most definitely.”

Fortunately, the ability of the human spirit to creatively resist subjugation is always surprising, so no doubt numerous ways will be uncovered to disarm and avoid being violated by these drones as these technologies become more widely used by both public and private enterprises – all in the name of “safety” and “public health”.

 

Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist

Sources:  Roaches, Mosquitoes, and Birds: The Coming Micro-Drone Revolution

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Comments (91)

  1. Super fascinating. Not only is the invasion of privacy and violation of civil rights frightening, but the possibility of using these mosquito bots for biological warfare.

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    • I know what you mean, it seems that there are people who are convinced they are gods or something and should rule over others and their views and opinions should be made laws and enforced against everyone else, it is history repeating itself again, this time not only do they have the ambition now they have the technology that rulers in times past did not have,making it virtually impossible to escape their cages. at leastin the past you could dissappear and continue life without them knowing where you were at.

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  2. I had a large drone fly over the trailer my Mama lives in about 12:30 am one night and I wish I had took my video camera to the window when I looked out. It had no propellers or I couldn’t see them and it sounded like it had electric motors. I write lots of emails and letters to my congress and senate leaders about subjects ranging from raw milk to medical cannabis, hemp and guns and how they knew I stayed with my elderly mama and looked after her at night, doesn’t really surprise me. This was a large drone and it had a searchlight on the nose of the plane and one on each side and they were looking for what, I don’t know. Spooky…Those mosquito drones frighten me more than the predator drones. The predator drones could fire a hellfire missile or an incendiary device and it would be written off as an unfortunate fire or gas explosion. But, if those mosquito drones can remove DNA and other blood samples, they can also inject poisons or viruses like aids. I never have trusted the government and I never will.

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  3. Hummm. Not sure how I feel about this post. My husband flies drones for a living, which provides us with a wonderful life. I no longer have to worry about his safety in the air since he is firmly planted on the ground.

    Also I believe if you are a normal boring citizen like myself there is no need to worry about these micro drones. I don’t grow pot in my living room, or make bombs in my bathroom. The government would have to be pretty board to “check” on us with one of these. It would also be a lot cheaper for the government to just order me to vaccinate my son.

    My first thought when reading this was about that poor little boy who was taken off the school bus and kept hostage in that under ground bunker. How marvelous it could have been to have a little mosquito fly in there to get surveillance videos and then put some chemical into that nut jobs body to end the stand off.

    Unless you’re a terrorist, if your worried about this in your own life then I think you think way too highly of yourself.

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      • Mo,

        That’s exactly how things progress to dictatorship, totalitarianism and oppression (in whatever form). People are thankful for jobs, and they assume that it’s only to regulate bad people. Power and money have always led society to oppression, and adding technology like this in is very concerning.

        A person must look down the road to see potential for abuse in order to see where it could go. Our naive society is not capable of discretionary supervision of g0vernment management of technology, liberty-stripped legislation and/or money supply. Part of this is because it is too big and powerful, and there is no transparency.

        Please refer to history for the path the US is on; it’s been done before.

        Anthony

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    • you don’t have to be doing anything unlawful, it matters not they might just not like your looks, your ideas, or your opinions, they are interested in control not in preventing terrorism, pretty soon, most wont’ believe me but the governement in the united nations will turn on false religion (babylon the great the empire of false religion) and destory all supporters close the churches and turn on perfectly innocent people who are no threat ot the goverment, they have a totally different agenda then you and me, in fact they are being manevered to unify to destroy babylon the great and are not even aware of it. but that would be along post to explain that. i am not breaking any laws and mind my own business yet i don’t trust the government or corporations or wealthy people of the world for as far as I can throw an elephant since they lie most of the time. and they hide behind color of law to do what they do too.those who are honest in government are unable to turn the tide either despite good intentions andwe all know about good intentions don’t we?

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    • Stalin once said “If you take a chicken and pluck all of its feathers, but conditon it with feed — he will love you nonetheless” (paraphrased). My great grandfather died in a labor camp in the Siberian TAGA bc of this wicked mindset. And my grandfather &father were born in a labor camp in result of it. God saved my family and brought us to this Nation. And now it’s being torn apart. Wake up!!

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  4. Fear mongering and partially inaccurate – that mosquito drone does not currently exist other than as a goal. What do you propose we actually DO about it? Where is the paragraph about getting legal and written political action to tie the hands of unscrupulous government that would abuse this type of technology?

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      • Whether or not they currently exist, this post is fear mongering and offering absolutely no solutions or steps to take to ensure civil liberties.

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        • Presenting information is not fear mongering. People will draw their own conclusions and do their own research. In doing so, they will learn what they can do to make a difference. Or, like some, they will scoff and stick their heads in the sand, believing all will continue as it is.

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  5. Mosquito drones are indeed horrifying. I had heard about them before, but thought they were only for surveillance. That’s bad enough. But to be able to inject something into someone this way without consent is just terrible. I wonder how we could defend against such a device!

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  6. Are those of us who cherish our liberty not grieved to hear that Rand Paul has flip flopped about his stand on the use of drones. It does not matter how many terrorist incidents like what happened in Boston or Oklahoma City or New York or a hundred more bombings, we need men of strong resolve and level head – like Patrick Henry – who will not trade our liberty for security. “Give me liberty or give me death”.

    And folks, just as we know that we do not get our rights from state government, but from our Creator, it is also true that the state government cannot give us liberty either. The liberty that our country has enjoyed for the last couple of centuries has only come from God, the only source of liberty.

    Having turned our back on God, the constitution cannot guarantee our liberty. That’s because, as John Adams said about our constitution, he said that it was only good for a moral and religious (which meant Christian) people and that it was wholy inadequate for the governance of any other people.

    It’s the same immoral greed that’s behind the big corporations like Monsanto and big pharmacies that is behind the proliferation of all this drone technology.

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  7. As a Native American, I would believe in the total capacity of the government to harm or destroy the common man. Any government that is guilty of systematic genocide as this one is,L is capable of anything at anytime to anyone whom they perceive as a threat. Count on it!!! That’s why they hate the revival of traditional foods and biomedical….they work and are hard to control.

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  8. This is literally my worst nightmare. It also confirms something I’ve been waiting for. I don’t even know what to do anymore! It’s not like you can never again be bitten by a mosquito :(

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    • Seen the new GI Joe yet? They used them on there. Even GI Joe couldn’t do anything about them. We’re helpless against mosquito drones. I’m thinking we should create a spray-on liquid that has magnetic properties to short-circuit the drones. Of course, we’ll have to capture a drone mosquito first to do a test on it.
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  9. Thank you for the interesting article. I did want to mention though that from my reading, much of this technology seems to be in the research phase and does not actually exist even in a prototype. They still have a long way to go before they could have mosquito drones. According to Snopes, the above picture is just a mock-up and not real.

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  10. Seriously? This propagates radicalism. Those that spout we want no government involvement in our lives should go live in a 3rd world country who have no defense, support, infrastructure, regulated power supply, stable currency, funding for medical advancement, a proper education system, etc., etc. Critically speaking against our government and country is quite ludicrous for we take for granted how well we have it here in America and how hard our government works for us. I’m not saying I agree with everything they do, but there is no way we can EVER please all. But our system works for the most part and it is highly doubtful it will collapse in the coming century or turn against us and violate all our civil rights. If some minor infractions are needed to keep me safe, so be it. I have nothing to hide and if some surveillance catches me picking my nose… oh well!

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    • dont forget to get your micro chip for health care in the next 5 years. Then don’t wine when you can’t get into heaven because you got the mark. after all you believe the Gov is there to protect you not harm you.

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    • Kelly H. That’s what the Germans said when Hitler made their lives easier – at first. Keep drinking the koollaid! “Critically speaking against our government and country is quite ludicrous . . .”? That’s what the Founding Fathers did – and it bought YOUR freedom! Wake up!

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  11. I agree fully with Kelly – this picture is of a CONCEPT DESIGN and doesn’t exist in real application. More to the point, a drone big enough to carry an entire vaccine as a payload would be way bigger than a carpenter bee and probably very conspicuous and “swat-able.”

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  12. My fellow Christians who are up on eschatology will understand when I say that this might be the way Antichrist can keep tabs on everyone in the world after bringing in his one world government. Pretty amazing they can do this.

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  13. I don’t understand when I leave a comment that disagrees with Sarah, it never seems to post. This tells me Sarah censures. And that is sad. For all opinions when spoken diplomatically and without hatred should be accepted. If censure is happening, than the discussion is very one sided. Odd, something that Sarah speaks out against often.

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  14. Well, I think the mosquito could be slapped to submission, and put in a glass jar, then held for ransom on the open market, no doubt, for a pretty penny. lol

    So, a big butterfly net is the counter invention. Big money in the finders keepers after market I’m sure. ;)

    I’ve also successfully caught a cockroach too. I’d like to challenge the RC operator for some fun. I can totally see a major operation getting eaten up by a bird in flight, then digested and eventually dropped from the sky onto my car rooftop. It happens every day now already, so why not with a drone inside the bird droppings. Then down the drain at the car wash … quite the data to be gathering, useful, not so much, hours of boring video, you betcha!

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  15. What about for our liberty and freedom!? America doesn’t even seem to care about this anymore. it’s whatever Big Government says. It’s for my “safety”.

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    • Snopes lost all credibility with me when I did a search on aspartame and the result was a letter directly from an FDA goon. They are obviously censored. Once credibility is lost, nothing they say can be trusted to be full disclosure.

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  16. The government is sick! It’s really evil what they are doing. Most of the people in this country are considered extreme by this government just by being a veteran, going to church, owning guns, making comments on the internet! If you think this is nothing you need to worry about, think again!

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  17. A. Jones has been talking about drones for years and they called him a nut. Every thing he talks about, he has documentation to back it up. I am so glad that someone else is talking about the things that most don’t believe. Maybe they will now. It’s good to hear people are waking up!

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    • thank you donnie!!! ive been going on for years about this stuff and people look at me like i have 9 heads.. amazing that this is where our tax dollars go while our government sinks our country in to the ground.. our grandparents would roll over in their graves if they knew what we have done with the freedom that they fought so hard for…

      -jason and lisa-

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  18. This is very interesting considering the message I listened to last night based on Revelations Chapter 9. I have been pondering what it could all mean. This is really giving me food for thought! Very Interesting Indeed!
    Here in Revelations it talks about something … Could it be drones???
    6 And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them.
    7 And the shapes of the locusts were like unto horses prepared unto battle; and on their heads were as it were crowns like gold, and their faces were as the faces of men.
    8 And they had hair as the hair of women, and their teeth were as the teeth of lions.
    9 And they had breastplates, as it were breastplates of iron; and the sound of their wings was as the sound of chariots of many horses running to battle.
    10 And they had tails like unto scorpions, and there were stings in their tails: and their power was to hurt men five months.
    11 And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.
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  19. Incredible! Thanks for this insightful posting, Sarah.

    With stories like these, WHY people don’t believe in conspiracy theories is beyond me!

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  20. I’m disappointed with this. I have always enjoyed your site, but I think this is a bit of scare mongering. I think Kelly’s response was a good one!

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  21. America was forged in Revolution and a lot of people didn’t see the danger of having a King on a throne in England dictating what Americans could do and what taxes they would pay. Now we have King Obama-Wanna-Be and you still have people thinking well I’m not doing anything wrong so I’m exempt from any hassle and the government just wants to get those “BAD” people and I’ll be fine. In World War 2, someone said; when they came after the Jews, I said nothing. When they came after the Bad people, the gypsy’s and other undesirables, I said nothing. Now they’ve came for me and nobody is left to speak for me. Why didn’t I speak up when there was still time to speak. Thanks Sarah, we need to know what’s going on so we can speak out before it’s too late. What are all the good people who are doing nothing wrong going to do when the operator’s of these drones decide to view you or your children taking a bath or worse and post it on the internet? The government used the war on drugs to destroy most of the constitution and bill of rights and George Bush used the 911 attacks to destroy the Posse Commitatus act that prevented the military from having authority to arrest and detain civilians except in times of national emergency and even then they had to work with local authority. Now Barack Obama wants to not only take our guns away because of the acts of deranged killers, while the federal government declined to prosecute tens of thousands of crimes of gun violence and trying to obtain firearms by convicted felons. They want to go after the law abiding people, the good people for the acts of insane or criminal perpetrators and make excuses for not enforcing the gun laws already on the books. How many helpless unborn babies were aborted today? The government wants one thing and one thing only and that is total control of our lives from the cradle to the grave to help perpetuate their stereotype of the new world order that doesn’t want free thinkers or open minded people with common sense and decency. If gay marriage passes like abortion, how long will it be before NAMBA is also allowed. The national man/boy association openly and proudly declared their right to have sex with little boys when they marched in Bill Clinton’s inaugural parade and the Democrats seem to think this is a civil right’s issue, also. Where does it end and when do people say enough is enough? What isn’t taboo anymore?

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  22. The potential of technology to invade our privacy is real, whether these are in design stage or not. The truth is our government has become increasingly callous about personal liberty and we have to stay on guard. Speaking of the truth: Snopes itself is censured so how can they be a trusted source? Look up aspartame on snopes and you will find a carefully crafted response directly from the FDA.

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  23. There can’t be “any going back”. The government is either paranoid or have an agenda. Releasing drones by the thousands in the skies over the US means in their minds that something is coming down the pike they feel the need to be prepared for.

    I wish them all the best with the little robo nano bots. The American people don’t live in bubbles. We live and breath and communicate amongst each other. I truly believe that most of our elected officials haven’t been around their constituents enough. The sheeple will only follow along for just so long before they catch on.

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  24. Angela Blazek Salinas via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 1:20 pm

    “Unwarranted surveillance”. They should have outlawed the so-called “smart meters” then too.

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  25. Nicki Morin Black via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    Good, and yet the government can call an emergency whenever they want, thus nullifying the ban. Until we Wake Up, and vote out this government and the controlling powers that be, we will not see true freedom.

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  26. Denise Gallie Rollick via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    I doubt your post had much to do with it. This info has been out there for a while. But your post surely made others aware of it who were not before.

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  27. Monica McKnight via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 1:48 pm

    I believe each and everyone of us has the power to make a difference. It only takes one spark to light a fire :)

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  28. Denise Gallie Rollick via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    No kidding! Wish we had more people who are bold enough to post all this stuff. Like about Common Core, GMOs and Agenda 21. Complacency, ignorance and disinterest kill a nation. Thanks for being “at the front”.

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    • I am a science teacher in Arizona. I have read over all the common core standards and I think they are pretty rigorous. Also standards are a minimum not maximum. Teachers can always go above and beyond what the standards require. However, the common core standards require more critical thinking, more analysis, more in general from students. I realize that Common Core standards take away state control, but states can develop legislation that will allow them to opt out of the common core. Also, common core was not created by the government. It was written by private teachers who were tired of the decline in the quality of education across our country. Common core is the product of involved citizens.

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        • Well, I guess I put too much trust in my principal. On SO many things I do my own research (especially when it comes to health, wellness, food, and the like). I don’t have kids yet (unless you count my students), so maybe that is why I didn’t dig further on this one. I am sorry to have made that claim Denise. I was given flawed information from someone I trusted. Thank you SO SO much for this link. Since I am still in education I will be sharing this with everyone I know!

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          • How refreshing! I try to be open and admit when information presented proves me wrong. Not many people will read something unless it supports their point of view. Thank you for being willing to do that. It is why you are a teacher. Knowledge is important, but full knowledge in its context is even more important.

            Continue to share!

  29. I don’t know about Governor Scott’s law ” Freedom from unwarranted surveillance act”. He is probably passing a fast one on us. Can’t trust any of them. I’m with Nicki Black, but were do we find the new people to put in our new government?!!

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  30. Snopes is NOT a reliable source of information. It is a website run by a husband wife combo with NO journalistic background, just a license to google. Even if these things are not currently happening we can all agree that we are losing more freedoms daily and we need to stand up and let them know we will not accept this!

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  31. Snopes is NOT a reliable source of information. It is a website run by a husband wife combo with NO journalistic background, just a license to google. Even if these things are not currently happening we can all agree that we are losing more freedoms daily and we need to stand up and let them know we will not accept this!

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  32. Dacia Foote via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    I have heard that snopes is a questionable source, but not having a journalistic background is not sufficient basis for throwing their views out. Does anyone have links to validate snopes site or not?

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  33. Tracy Beteta via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 4:20 pm

    I know about GMO’s and Agenda 21, but I will look up Common Core. That is a new one for me. Most American’s don’t believe that our gov’t is corrupt and blindly sit by and let their freedoms be taken from them one at a time. IF people don’t wake up and get involved in making positive changes we are doomed as a nation.

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  34. Dear Ms. Pope, I am an attorney in San Jose, who handles not only juvenile dependency cases, but sues CPS all over California for the unlawful removal of children. I have been contacted by others about the story you just did about the couple who took their child from Sutter to Kaiser. I would like to try and talk to them before their hearing on Monday. If it is their first hearing, it is arguably the single most important hearing. I have a lot of experience, google my name if need be – Robert R. Powell. My cell phone is 408-206-2563, my office (there now and tomorrow) 408-553-0200. Please see if they wish to talk to me, I know Sacramento well, and they know me . . .

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  35. that is good, but still anything become an emergency. it might even be a reason for a false flag attack and use that to declare and emergency and use that to entrench spying drones regardless of that bill. see patriot act, exact same situation happened there pretty much.

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  36. Heather Elizabeth via Facebook April 27, 2013 at 6:32 pm

    I have a very hard time believing this is true. If it is legit, the people trying to institute this have sold their souls and should be ashamed of themselves.

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  37. I can almost swear to seeing one of these last month. I was in the Lutz area of Tampa stopped at a light when I saw something that was the size of a sea gull flying just under the bottoms of the clouds. I thought it was a sea gull but there was no wing flap at all. I watched it as well as I could while driving and it glided smoothly like a bird but never saw the wings flap. Pretty sure it was a drone.

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  38. absolute power corrupts absolutely…. our government is a complete mockery. drones to be used regularly on domestic soil is just a time bomb waiting to erase our civil liberties. i want a revolt…but that wont happen…everyone is sick, obese or too lazy to care.. I want to move to panama.now.

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  39. This is the creepiest thing I have ever heard of in my life… and I read a lot!!!

    It reminds me of 1984… the televisions that are always talking to you, watching you, and listening to you.

    I could maybe understand the benefits of “surveillance”, but the mosquito drone? Really. I’m sorry, but nobody has the right to take something out of or put something into your body without your knowledge. I don’t care what that person has done or might do… that is way beyond the line.

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  41. Although I don’t think this is beyond the realm of possibility, I’d really like to have some sources that verify it. I did look at the two that are offered but didn’t find all the information in them. Would like to read more on the subject so please share if you have anything.

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  42. Thank you for this article. The days of freedom and privacy are numbered as power hungry people want to control every aspect of our lives – like we’re ecomputers. It’s great that God gave us free will because we can make choices and those that don’t have supernatural power only have the use of control to make us follow them.
    There has to be a way to confuse the RF or microwave signal to protect ourselves & I’m sure our person, homes and vehicles need guarded with this deterant.
    I also see in this article there is now ‘neural dust’ that can ‘land’ in our brains to create a connection to a computer – a brain/PC connection. These are not days to carry on as usual, but to be serious about what is around us and going on. http://www.zengardner.com/nano-drones-neuroscientists-now-invading-our-brains/

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  44. This type of Drone is already being used in the US. Activist are being infected with everything from limes disease to HIV/AIDS. The world is heading for a huge massive revolution. Have hope good always prevails.

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