because they got nothing to do....
because they got nothing to do....
Short of drones, it would be impossible to make the slightest difference to the UK GG.
...the never ending journey on the edge of time...
Five years, not banned yet!
once again another big mouth idiot told a buddy and his so called buddy called the law..(PC Andy Kent said he and PC Warren Davison had received information from a member of the public that cannabis was being cultivated in the public woods) so thats y no one knows my area except me...
Never argue with an IDIOT, he will lower you to his level and beat you by experience!
2016 guerilla grow in finished & Curing http://www.thctalk.com/cannabis-foru...adventure-2016
The New Scientist ran an article in February...
Civilian drones to fill the skies after law shake-up
Law changes mean uncrewed aerial vehicles aren't just for the military any more – civilian uses are taking off, too
THE hobbyist was testing the camera on board his small uncrewed aerial vehicle (UAV), when he spotted it: a creek in Dallas, Texas, running red with blood.
He'd captured a picture of a stream of animal blood flowing north away from the Columbia Packing Company's meat-processing facility. Acting on the visual evidence, investigators monitored the plant before raiding it last month. The company may now face criminal charges from local, state and federal authorities for polluting city waterways with a gory mix of pig's blood and toxic chemicals.
Such a story may crop up more often as UAVs fall in price and become simpler to use. What is traditionally thought of as a military technology is about to change the lives of private citizens as well as big businesses...
The rest is here: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21328506.200
And the BBC had something a couple of days ago...
The skies open up for large civilian drones
Unmanned aircraft, known as drones, are the eyes and ears of the US military, providing troops with an "eye in the sky" in situations where manned flight is considered too dangerous or difficult.
A decade ago less than five per cent of US military aircraft were unmanned, now 40 per cent have no pilot on board - from small surveillance craft light enough to be launched by hand, to medium-sized armed drones and large spy planes.
But the role of the drone is now changing. Millions of pounds are being sunk into civilian projects - everything from border security to police surveillance and even transporting goods.
This year the US Congress passed legislation giving US airspace regulator the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) until September 2015 to open up its airspace to drones, and Britain is expected to follow suit.
The UK's airspace regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), has told BBC Newsnight that large unmanned drones could be flying in British skies by the end of the decade...
The rest is here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19397816
I'm pretty sure I could hit a drone With my mates hunting rifle
have that unmanned piggy plane
What they running these drones on anyway solar power vegetable oil....ain't much fuel left under are feet...
Looks like I better dust off the old air rifle....lol.
Now where did I leave it.........
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