"Camouflaged" Observation Post

Discussion in 'GoldBase' started by Obi-Wan-anon, Mar 12, 2009.

  1. Oswald2001 Member

    Re: "Camouflaged" Observation Post

    I think Buttons said it masterfully on Post #276:

    "Nothing is accepted unless fully debated. And it will be, no matter what the subject is.

    It gives the opportunity to the various experience & insight that Anon's can contribute, which make me appreciate how diverse this board is.

    The various topics covered in this thread have me both laughing at learning more than I needed to know, and at the same time admiring the continued questioning of the hivemind."

    He really said it well alrighty.

    It's good that things are challenged and thrashed out.

    It is a 'workout' for the hivemind and it necessary for it's strengthening, growth and transformation to greater and greater levels.

    It is a process of self-refining.
  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Camouflaged" Observation Post

    The attorney Generals site has a few years of stats at:
    Statistics - Missing Persons - California Dept. of Justice - Office of the Attorney General
  3. 33755 Member

  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Camouflaged" Observation Post

    Game Called Due To Mismatch.
    Final Score:
    Anon33755 33755
    Herro Zero
  5. Buttons Member

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    I still love this thread!
  6. Anonymous Member

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    Only if we can't recognise the value in both the black and green hats.
  7. Anon-007 Member

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    From the photo, Dwarfy boy has installed a MilSpec FLIR Multisensor camera in the sniper's nest.

    These are serious pieces of kit - normally found at high end security installations.

    Site Photo:


    MilSpec FLIR Unit:






    The Panther-X's dual field of view thermal imager will detect man-sized targets at ranges in excess of 4.5km.

    Features Include:

    - Dual Field of View (wide/telephoto surveillance) thermo-vision SHD

    - Cooled IR Technology ( ultra sensitive thermal imaging) 3QWIP available for sentry and ranger imaging FLIR

    - Integrated Pan/Tilt Mounting ( Military Specification hardened PTZ)

    - Integrated Controller
    and Joystick (ease of operation with user selectable feature set)

    - Visible Camera with
    Zoom Lens (High Resolution daytime CCTV integrated camera)

    - Flux Gate Compass (On screen symbology)

    - 100% TASS Compatibility (United States Air Force - Tactical Automated Security Systems compliant)

    Full Specs can be found here:
  8. Oswald2001 Member

    Re: "Camouflaged" Observation Post

    Sure. And why not?

    While the Evil $pace Alien Cult is sucking the financial lifeblood out of everyone they can...and the RPFers are eating beans and rice, jammed like sardines in a can in degrading living conditions...little Miss Cabbage is indulging herself with her high dollar toys.

    "Let them eat cake." is often followed with, "Off with her head.".

    Careful there, Missy.
  9. Anonymous Member

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    Holy shit dude... that's just like the CROW system
    And I can vouch; it is a bad motherfucker.
  10. Anonymous Member

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    Lord Almighty
  11. Obi-Wan-anon Member

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    That site with the specs helps - I realize now that there is only a 12x zoom on that.

    More useful as a THERMAL camera, capable of scanning the base at night.

    At least Tommy was right about the "digital cameras" up there.
  12. Anon-007 Member

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    Glad I could help.

    And remember that Tommy Davis tells no lies!
  13. Obi-Wan-anon Member

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    This info about the thermal cameras should be spread - especially to LE - because thermal, at the distance they have, might only identify a heat source. No quick way to identfy it as an excaping scilon, a protester, or a peace officer.

    Interesting that, at that angle, the entire back of the castle would not be visable. Has anyone scanned the other side of the base to see if that side also has any coverage?
  14. FreakE420 Member

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    Is that other thing there a camera also?

    Looks like one of these
  15. Anonymous Member

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    wut is that?

    I know...i suck cocks..
  16. LRonAnon Member

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  18. Jeff Jacobsen Member

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    Untitled Document

    I grabbed 2 frames from my video. It definitely looks to me like there are 2 lenses or holes or something at the front of the moving camera. I dunno what to make of it. It's probably not stereoscopic since the holes are so close together.
  19. Re: "Camouflaged" Observation Post

    It's obviously an alien observation post.

    They're preparing for the second coming of Xenu.
  20. 33755 Member

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    Day + Night vision security camera. Also available in wireless transmission model.

    Integrated Day/Night (IDN) camera

    More google images of this model


  21. RightOn Member

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    Camo Conservation post and Eagle's nest cameras....
    And there is a fire that started at Gold Base at the last protest and idiot Scis's call the police and try to pin it on Anons.
    With all the sophisticated cameras they have and I quote from TD's interview.... "the eagles nest has digital cameras to sweep the entire property for security reasons"

    Orealy??? Then WHY don't they have ANY pics or footage for AO's attack OR the "fire" that they reported???
    Surely there would be SOMETHING that Graham can ask for as far as filmed evidence????
    Or is it that their cameras have footage that they don't want anyone to see. hmmmmm
  22. Obi-Wan-anon Member

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    Now that we have pix of the cameras, GB can ask to get any pictures or videos of the events on those days.

    They can always say the cameras weren't working those days - and go on public record showing how ineffective their security is.

    If they can't pick up people "tresspassing" at their front gate, what can they pick up?
  23. Lorelei Member

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    A FLIR? Are they hunting ghosties? LAWL.

    If you invade, be sure to go on all fours and wear antlers. :p
  24. 33755 Member

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    What fire report? Did I miss an entire thread on WWP recently?
  25. ryangiggs Member

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    Everyone knows a FLIR can pick up thetans picnicin' on the grass below.
  26. RightOn Member

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    I thought I read that at the latest protest at Gold, there was a tree or something that caught fire down the road, and the fire department was called.
  27. 33755 Member

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    I don't recall that.

    Hah! More grounds about the dry conditions and why COS shouldn't have placed a lit flare behind AO's vehicle on that day they arrested him (after baiting him).
  28. Jeff Jacobsen Member

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    Maybe about 2:30 or so we saw smoke to the west that didn't last very long. One of the anons coming to protest stopped and took a picture of the burning bush, which is all it was (maybe ATVers running around sparked it?). A while later a female cop came and interrogated the anon who stopped to take the pic, 'cause Co$ said they thought he might have started it.

    Nothing came of it that I know of.
  29. Re: "Camouflaged" Observation Post

    burning bush could also be pyro-porn, or moses

    why have they not charged anyone with arson?
  30. Anon-007 Member

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    Probably just Davey smoking a joint (which stunts your growth apparently!)
  31. Miss Cabbage Member

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    If there's an automatic camera installation on the hillside, as is suspected... how is it powered? Sucker like that's going to need a fair bit of juice; more than you'd get from batteries and solar panels.

    Look for cables. If you don't find them, it's possible the cameras are fake. Or (with classic Scilon incompetence) haven't been installed properly. A fake camera array would still work, if your intent was to keep prisoners afraid. And you can still put a guy with binoculars, handheld camera gear and a radio up on the hillside...
  32. Obi-Wan-anon Member

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    ^^^ this ^^^

    And even if it's a direct-buried cable running up the hillside, the cable would have to go off-property, and on to public land. That's at least a 2000 ft run up that mountain.

    The power company would have to know if power cables run across public land, with the route plotted on a map, and appropriate "do not dig" signs posted (for public safety). Most states have a "one call" number to see if where you're planning to dig will impact gas, water and buried power cables.

    Or, they could have a generator up there, which runs into another problem - having spark-producing equipment on a dry hillside. Fire Hazard. Forestry dept might help there.

    Call the local Land Management office, to check and see if their "hillside bunker" is harming the environment or local wildlife.

    Local hunting clubs might know a little about those mountains, too.

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