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Catching A Fish With A Drone





Published on Aug 22, 2013

” Buy a man a fish, he eats for a day, teach a man to fish WITH A DRONE, he eats for a lifetime and impresses the hell out of all his friends.
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Patriot beats Gun Grabbers Ass Hartford Connecticut




Published on Apr 5, 2014

” Drone quietly spies on Gun owners at Connecticut pro 2nd amendment rally Saturday April 5.

  Connecticut citizens and many Gun Right advocates from nearby states such as Massachusetts, Rhode Island, NY, NH and NJ stood shoulder to shoulder in support of the second amendment of the United States yesterday on the steps of the Connecticut state capitol building on April 5, 2014. Chants of freedom and disgust with certain CT law makers for using the SandyHook tragedy as a tool of tyranny to rush threw unconstitutional laws making certain firearms and magazines a federal offense in the state. “We The People” will not relinquish are 2nd amendment rights. As free citizens of this country, to defend ourselves and are families against any criminal elements with the firearms we do choose . When you try to use tragedy to empose tyrannical laws you end up with the year 1775. Let’s not let these so called “progressives” take us back in time before The Constitution state had a Constitution and a second amendment that protects all the other amendments. Stand with Connecticut gun owners Americia!!! “









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    Piloting A Quadcopter With The Power Of Thought

    ” On an autumn afternoon in 2011, five normal humans became telekinetic aviators in a school gymnasium. Using thoughts alone, they took turns maneuvering a flying quadcopter through rings, steering the machine through a three-dimensional suspended obstacle course. 

    This experiment, conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota and published this week in the Journal of Neural Engineering, represents the latest development in the increasingly sophisticated field of brain-computer interfaces. Merging minds with machines, researchers hope, may soon allow impaired patients to interact with the physical world. “