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I recall in the 70's and 80's it was ozone, at some point we shifted and now it's CO2.
Would have been much easier and less obvious for the pilot to drive 30lbs of C4 into position in a vehicle or a backpack or bag vs the stealthy manner of flying it in with something as unwieldy and less than threatening gyro-copter.
To my knowledge gyros also don't have transponders and I'm not sure if they show up on radar.
Not sure if you'd win but it is a valid point, why prosecute one and not the other.
Where the hell do you plug in a keyboard and mouse? Wheres the display port? Where's the network connector?
It's called Phase IV
What is interesting is thinking that our tool use could have completely sprung from one of our distant ancestors mimicking what they saw a sub-species of our ancestors doing.