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Secret insect spy drones



The US military have designed spy drones so small that they are starting to look like tiny insects.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by soldier4death on 10 September, 2012, 15:01
I've always wondered about that fly on the wall. The one that seems to be staring at me.
Comment icon #2 Posted by lightly on 11 September, 2012, 1:44
*adds flypaper to shopping list*
Comment icon #3 Posted by jgorman628 on 11 September, 2012, 22:29
:Squish: that's all I say.
Comment icon #4 Posted by rashore on 11 September, 2012, 22:41
Ohhh, I wonder how hard it would be to convince my hubby to build me some of those sweet looking bees. Right now I'm still getting him to work on my small dog sized surveillance spiders for the property. The government spying part sucks.. But the "insects" themselves are pretty darn sweet. .
Comment icon #5 Posted by jsowersby on 14 September, 2012, 17:45
I think our gov is suffering from severe paranoia. Maybe they should stop killing people and they wouldn't have so many enemies. Oh, wait, they are using them on us, I forgot, they are going to put chips in our brains to make us zombies. LOL
Comment icon #6 Posted by M0TH on 4 October, 2012, 18:53
Seen it all now!!!...lol
Comment icon #7 Posted by Zalmoxis on 6 June, 2015, 20:02
That is great. With small insect size drones you can equip them with cameras, load them with biological weapons and use them to assassinate foreign leaders.


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