Is This The Devil's Army?

A terror worse than nuclear war?

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Slaughterbots’ Film Shows The Potential Horror Of Killer Microdrones That Use Face ID & More!


Small, compact and murderous.

But don’t give in to fear

I would remind the readers that in every age of the earth, from Nimrod to Trump there has been a new horrifying super weapon. This is one more in a long stream of threats. But God is not mocked, and His plan cannot be silenced by any scientist or despot.
“What, then, shall we say in response to these things?
If God is for us, who can be against us?”
– Romans 8:31

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truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

Hey,I could USE a few of those!

daveyone1
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Reblogged this on World Peace Forum.

Dr. Eowyn
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No wonder JRR Tolkein hated industrialization and technology.

Alma
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Alma

It is scary!

Steven Broiles
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This is a very gruesome thing. And not only could these mini-drones be used to carry explosives; They could be used to carry poisons, poisoned vaccines, cancer viruses, or even microchips to track prey they don’t kill. As a matter of fact, I am confident they can even be hacked. They can even be used by occupying forces to kill or mark captive peoples. And forget about the airplane: Foreign agents and their mercs could even release hundreds of these microdrones from suitcases from the roofs of buildings, or even at street level. And police could use them to quell… Read more »

Rumplestiltskin
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Rumplestiltskin

What is there left to say? If they were invented through the payola from DARPA, then you know they’ll be used. You can bet on that. Unless we petition our congressional representatives to stop this madness no one will be safe from the authoritarian tyrannical rule of the DEEP STATE !!!

MyBrainHurts
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MyBrainHurts

I heard a garden hose with a hard jet of water could take them down. But I guess you have to see them coming and be out watering your garden.

the postman
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Lol.

the postman
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Or a can of spray paint made especially for blinding drones. You can find it in the insecticide aisle at Home Depot. Drone-B-Gon.

the postman
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Killer Bees!

Lola
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Lola

This reminds me of the spider robots in the movie Minority Report. These movies love to give us a sneak preview.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=901lYbPmqu4

TPR
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TPR

From the drawing/graphic in the post, showing the mini-drone zapping the person deep into their head via their forehead, one might get the impression that DARPA, (((et al ?))), got the idea for this remote-techno-forehead-punch from young David’s “smooth stone”: From 1st Samuel, chapter 17: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+Samuel+17&version=KJV […] 48 And it came to pass, when the Philistine [Goliath] arose, and came, and drew nigh to meet David, that David hastened, and ran toward the army to meet the Philistine. 49 And David put his hand in his bag, and took thence a stone, and slang it, and smote the Philistine in… Read more »

Tom Jones
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Tom Jones

I don’t have my Bible handy but doesn’t Revelations mention a plague of stinging locusts from which there would be no escape?

Zeira Corp
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Zeira Corp

Hardware and software is getting better at an accelerated pace, but that’s not the problem. The real problem will come when kill/no-kill autonomy is given to the system. How long until we have a system that can pass the Turing test? Have you already talked to a machine and didn’t know you were? The day may be closer than you think.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRj34o4hN4I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZ_-yb-TN9M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXidV6m7-N4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBPuJ9o8q0Y

Dan
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Dan

There are plenty if hobby shops where you can buy the parts. Make your own. Configure the ai (which is probably already open source available for download) to intercept other drones. Just like chaff from a jet with missile countermeasures. Probably spend $1,000 and could build 70 of them. About 15 minutes of flight time. Recharge in about the same. Use inductive batteries and you can program them to land in a big pad and recharge themselves. Could have 24/7 surveillance on a pretty large property with a small swarm. Build an adhoc network and you could live stream and… Read more »

the postman
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Bring ’em on. My fully stocked rec room’s got walls three feet thick made of explosion resistant, military grade reinforced concrete. My gun collection consists of 6 autos, 22 semis, 27 hunting rifles and God knows how many shotguns and hand guns. I’m just waiting to use that line from the movie, Tremors… 😉

stlonginus
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Sounds great, but you do come out of your rec room occasionally, yes?

the postman
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Heck, why not? If I’m pretending to have a military hardened rec room, I can surely pretend to leave it once and a while too. But while I’m at it, I’m gonna also pretend I’m always wearing full body armor when I’m out. Ain’t no sense in my being careless… I’m already having to be on the look out for them danged graboids! 😉

Seumas
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Seumas

Remember, the weak point in electronic machines is their reliance on electricity, if you can “taze” them or get a microwave beam on them, or otherwise flood them with a conductive fluid (say a collodial silver, or copper, solution. A squirt gun takes on a new level of efficacy here.) or can otherwise cause enough of a disturbance to the local electromagnetism, then they will be rendered either temporarily or permanently broken, and such disturbance to the EM fields would likely also cause loss of connectivity, if they were remotely controlled. Of course putting a hole in ’em with plain… Read more »

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