Finally, drone collides with airliner? (16 Oct, 2017)

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Re: Finally, drone collides with airliner? (16 Oct, 2017)

Postby joeseph » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:47 pm

aardvark_admin wrote:Are they annoying?

Josh Martin seems to think so... ... too-common

I guess it depends on what size it is & probably the prop design.
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Re: Finally, drone collides with airliner? (16 Oct, 2017)

Postby phill » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:48 pm ... gal-again/ ... eden.8495/

strange to find a journalist that fails to research their articles before submitting them
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Re: Finally, drone collides with airliner? (16 Oct, 2017)

Postby Kiwiiano » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:00 pm

aardvark_admin wrote:
Kiwiiano wrote:I suspect that the powers-that-be are scared that drones could so easily weaponised and would be very hard to deal with. So create a state of concern to justify draconian regulations.

Because nobody could ever weaponise a U-Hall truck by filling it with amonium nitrate and diesel then driving it to a Federal Building and detonating it... nah, that would never happen.

Try driving a U-haul truck thru the front door of the Beehive.... compared to the Cruise Missile described hereabouts. No wonder they're spooked!

....although that latest BOOOOM!!! on the news tonight suggests a truck on Bowen or Molesworth Streets could knock a severe dent in NZ's politicians. Yes, there are a lot of alternatives but don't include the US. As noted elsewhere, the claim "nothing can be done about it" comes from the only country where nothing is done about it.
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