It could be worse, what if its mission was to probe soil samples 8-(
If governments would stop making terrorism so incredibly effective then maybe people would stop doing it.
Although it's never happened before, theoretically a white civil rights group could exist and be an actual non-racist civil rights group rather than just another thinly veiled hate group.
It would just be the most unnecessary and probably idle civil rights group that ever existed.
As a side note.... you thought global warming was bad with coal plants and such, just wait until everybody is turning out gigawatts of energy on a personal basis and wondering where all of that heat is going after it has been used for something else!
Huh? Production of heat in the atmosphere would have very little effect compared to augmenting the atmosphere's ability to retain heat. Your hypothetical scenario would more likely solve the problem of global warming instantly.
It might work for a battery-powered camcorder if it can visually pick up the hum from indoor lighting.
And very useless. The only thing crappier than the payload of a quadcopter is its range while carrying a full payload.
At our office we use software hardware. It really saves on the hardware hardware costs.
You don't understand how they work. They work more like radar than a magnetic sensor, non-ferrous metals don't stand out as much but they're still very much detectable.
Around December last year, entering a convention center where politicians often speak.
Both use a metal firing pin and are designed with the non-functional metal piece, the Lulz version also uses some screws for structural strength that would be much harder to replace with something non-metallic.
When a marketing claim conflicts with real-world-testing-based claims by tinkerers, I consider the marketing claim to be false until proven otherwise.
The Lulz Liberator uses more metal parts than the original Liberator...so at least this would be harder to sneak past a metal detector.
But it only controls a compound in the capital. The rest is practically ungoverned.
Coca-Cola has an office in Somalia that they use for this...it's resident in Somalia, 0% tax of any kind.
I could see a new Ugland House being built in a well-guarded compound in Somalia if governments were to ever close these loopholes...or maybe even if they don't.