Do you find this cool or creepy?

Below is a Google Earth video:
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I don’t know about you, but I find it really creepy that Google Earth can actually take pics of individuals, like the woman “Louise” lying on a lawn at the beginning of the video.
Imagine a government using Google Earth for surveillance of citizens.
~Eowyn

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RLJohnson77
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Remember, whatever Google Earth can do with technology, the military can probably do 10 fold.

stlonginus
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Aren’t the military and Ooggle fungible?

daveyone1
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Glenn47
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Glenn47

Creepy, but I am sure they will find an excuse to invade us even more very soon.

marblenecltr
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No secrets, remember when sunbathing, swimming in own pool with presumed privacy, … Schmidt of Google said that if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about. That is what we should be saying to Google, Facebook, MSM, …

RLJohnson77
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If they look in my backyard, I got something for them to see.

chemtrailssuck
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Can we see Mark Zuckerberg’s backyard in Hawaii with this too?

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

I think that’s a CG trick;where could they get a view of Earth from THAT far out? And the only way they can view people from that close is by using technology even the techno-nerds can’t duplicate or hack,which I highly doubt. That’s why they HIRE these guys-to get them on THEIR side. Of course,I COULD be wrong-what do I know?

RLJohnson77
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Trust me, I retired from the USAF IN 1998. WE WERE CLOSE TO THIS LEVEL THEN.

josephbc69
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Before I left the Mendocino-Garberville areas of California (there REALLY needs to be N & S CA, imo!) in 1969, my best friend was a truly brilliant electrical engineer –amongst other resources– who’d been a highly placed engineer-designer at IBM; he told me many tidbits, ALL of which evolved to be realities in the nearly 50 years since. He said there was a secret built-in ‘back door’ in every computer IBM shipped, so it would always be able to know what was going on in that unit, as well as use its mike and camera to track anyone nearby. When… Read more »

MomOfIV
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MomOfIV

yeah, I think a lot of CGI…

DCG
Admin

Same here. Google has a rea$on to promote their “technology.”

chemtrailssuck
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I wish I could remember where I read it but I read a few years ago that they (Rockefeller and other elite snobs) are able to put in any address into the satellite computer systems and could easily read the headlines of the newspaper on your front porch.

marblenecltr
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Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
Sir Edward Coke, 1604, “The house of everyone is to him as his castle and fortress as well for his defence against violence as for his repose.” (Take that, King James I of England, 1603-1625.) Unfortunately, the shades are going up, curtains being drawn back, and doors opened by a society that today wants the world to know everything about them.

MeThePeople
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MeThePeople

As far as it goes, it’s OK.
But what’s Colbert’s take on it?

josephbc69
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Tell you what, I don’t think Colbert could take it….

TPR
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TPR

Cool but Creepy! Interesting that they chose the lady’s EYE to zoom in on. It’s always about the EYE (the All-Seeing-Eye, that is). They could have zoomed in on the heart or intestines, etc., to show blood vessels, to DNA, to atoms, but of course, they had to go through HER EYE. Anytime I’ve used Google Earth (& not lately), there’s never any people in the “photos,” just buildings, roads, etc. You can zoom in but the closer you zoom, the more blurry it gets. (Maybe bigger computers/screens, & newer versions do better.) Not sure if it is Google “Street… Read more »

RLJohnson77
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The system is designed to blur the closer you get. The military, CIA,systems do not blur.
Just before I retired from the military we used different types of optical systems. We used then to facially recognize bad guys. Yes, you could see the face close enough to identify Elvis running a 7/11 in Dearborn if you needed.

chemtrailssuck
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From how far away? Not sure what it was, but we live in the boonies. I was near the road one morning and I saw this car go flying past, it had a long pole on the roof, with some circular white things on the end. I have NO idea what the heck that thing was, it didn’t have a google emblem on the car or anything else. Also, my one neighbor got video of this- two women parked across the street from a relative’s house, and were taking pictures of the house. They got into the car and drove… Read more »

chemtrailssuck
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Not sure what it was, but we live in the boonies. I was near the road one morning and I saw this car go flying past, it had a long pole on the roof, with some circular white things on the end. I have NO idea what the heck that thing was, it didn’t have a google emblem on the car or anything else. Also, my one neighbor got video of this- two women parked across the street from a relative’s house, and were taking pictures of the house. They got into the car and drove away slowly. The house… Read more »

josephbc69
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Too, too true! I have a friend here in Victoria who once made a good living from arbitrage finding highly specialised computer bits & stuff for the US military. He got them the best price, negotiated the sale in two different currencies and kept the difference, which you need not be concerned for at this time. One day he flew to Caifornia to oversee his latest delivery of electronics to the USAF. The colonel who was charged with program procurements asked Allen if he’d like to see what his stuff was building. Allen of course said yes, and he was… Read more »

TrailDust
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TrailDust

There is (in me) an implied threat. Google is amazing, and it’s “free.” Remember, often times something is “free,” the product is YOU.

marblenecltr
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Google – GOvernment OGLE.

josephbc69
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CLUUZ, CLUUZ, CLUUZ! Canada’s free gift to all Internet users!!
Go to the home page and download it as yr browser [I think is the correct tech term] and be glad forever & a day afterwards.
REALLY.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/cluuz/

Dave
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Dave

I’d say it is a little bit of both.

Mike
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Mike

When I was in the Army, we had Sat’s that could take a picture of an object in the parking lot. You tell by the shape and color that it was a pack of Marlboro Cigarettes.

True George
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it is fantastic but you know other people will abuse it……

CalGirl
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About 5 yrs ago, I was w/long-planned teacher tour (Teaching American History Grant I helped to write/win fr Feds). We studied the Constitution as a group, investigated our founding documents, read together recent & historic books abt our founders, our documents …visited 2 local Federal records repsitories for research, designed lessons for our students through sessions with U. of CA Irvine….observed each other delivering American History lessons so we could improve…& myriad OTHER things…ALL in addition to our “regular” teaching contract day. Our “BIG” study was a 10-day trip from CA to “back East” to actually STUDY the Constitution in… Read more »

RLJohnson77
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I am envious of your chance to participate in such a great study.

Chuck Fasst
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Don’t know what satellite camera this is but it is obviously not of this Earth. ;+)

danwdurham
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danwdurham

Google knows more about you than the federal government does. So does Microsoft, etc. And you gave all of that information to them through the use of their products.

Dan
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Dan

I used to have an add-on graphically displaying the cookies running when you visited a site that you could flip to, showing that the faux conservative Drudge Report was a Trojan horse for about 70 tracking cookies. NoScript is fun too, where you select which cookies and scripts can run, but annoying since many sites won’t run at all without the spyware loaded. I no longer have wifi and have only this phone for Internet, where you can automatically block all cookies, but that’s an illusion since targeted ads come up regardless. As for the gov vs. Google, etc, what’s… Read more »

RLJohnson77
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I too got rid of the internet in my house. A friend who was stirring the pot in local government and was investigating the previous prez fake SS number had the cops show up and confiscate his computers for “possible” kiddie ____.
His lawyer suggest he get rid of internet routers and WIFI because they can gain access and plant whatever they like.
I followed his suggestion.

dkolb2010
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dkolb2010

I Don’t Look Good Naked Anymore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOgd9hitEAE

Gary Jones
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Gary Jones

How do they eliminate atmospheric distortion?

RLJohnson77
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How do you eliminate the distortion when you use the U2 or the SR71? How do you handle it when you use gigantic, land based telescopes?

Max D
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Max D

Complete bullshit, you have to stop reading from the NASA bible, my bible explains many times the earth is flat…….you still brainwashed. max
Sent from Mail for Windows 10

RLJohnson77
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Many a skeptic claims that the Bible depicts a flat earth. Scriptural references such as Revelation 7:1 are cited, which speaks of “four angels standing at the four corners of the earth.” However, this passage makes reference to the cardinal directions as seen on a compass – i.e. north, south, east and west. Terminology to a similar effect is used today when we speak of the sun rising and setting each day, even though we know that it is, in fact, the earth which orbits around the sun. Another passage often referred to is Psalm 75:3, which speaks of God… Read more »