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Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by cooperritchey, Apr 10, 2015.
what will we do aganst drones, police forces, people with night vison or thermal vision??
A public forum is probably not the best place to ask things like that
I doubt anyone will discuss their ultimate plans about that topic.
Not real ones anyway.
I am confused. Which shift are you talking about, days swing or graveyard and why are they using drones in a shift change? Oh and I ain't real
Prince Of Wales said:
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are at"
Choose to be a minion or be a warrior
You've chosen your desired land from which your dark heart has spewed forth venom
Live in it forever
It's not what goes into you mouth that defiles you but what comes out. Look to the log in your own eye.
Eat haggis, drink single malt. Repeat
Where I come from we don't eat the guts of animals.
When the shift happens, I go faster
My plans...and, I don't give a darn whether the NSA knows it.
When the shift happens...I turn on the fan.
While the shift is happening...sometimes I'll light a candle.
After the shift happens...I prefer Kirkland 2 ply.
WTH is haggis? Is that a chick from the bar? Well if so, I'm more afraid of haggis, than drones.
Rick, curiosity got the best of me. I googled haggis.......are you ah, ah, Scottish?
See, the really important thing is, you don't miss a shift, because one of two things will happen: first, you look like a tard who doesn't know how to drive. Or, you get fired.
If you wanna hide from thermal imaging, do what the Mujaheddin did and "wear" a space blanket. You can get padded ones in OD on Amazon for pretty cheap.
Your question merits a decent response...the link below covers a bit on thermal shielded clothing, avoiding recognition software and cell phone triangulation defense.
Note that most clothes that offer some type of thermal (i.e. fire) protection will slightly shield you from thermal imaging. If you are on a budget, I would suggest applying fire retardant for fabric on your clothes and utilizing the aforementioned "space blanket"as a tarp, not as a clothing layer. These mylar/aluminized plastic blankets reflect heat inward, as well as outward. So although what may be covered by the blanket is shielded, anything not covered (hands, feet, head) will actually give off a higher thermal signature because you are increasing your overall body temperature and only allowing those areas not covered by the blanket for the heat to escape out of.
Hope this helps...don't mind the trolls.
Aye, My grandmother imported from Inverness.
I'd rather toss a caber than my cookies!
Wait, what? Inverness is a Multnomuh County jail facility off 122nd near Airport Way.
I don't think there is a practical way to eliminate heat sigs. Your body is a heat generator, your feet leave heat sigs on the ground, your hands leave sigs on what they have touched. Thermo dynamics is a PITA
Eliminate? No...mask, shield, and screen? Yes.
When shift happens, EVERYTHING IS CAPITALIZED.