4-8-15- Dr. Hildy®: Beware The Designer Mosquito and Her Friends
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With summer approaching, it’s not uncommon to often find things buzzing around your head. Most of the time, it’s harmless flies or mosquitos, trying to feed. But recently, there have been more things flying around. With the rise of remote controlled flying drones, there are more cameras than ever looking at us always. But while these are easily identifiable, flying insects are often not. Not only due to size, but also due to mutations and other factors that render them from their common forms to new species never seen before.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes her guest, private investigator Doug Campbell, for a discussion on the increase of drone technology and the decrease in their size.
With drones becoming increasingly prevalent, people are taking measures to protect themselves from their prying eyes. While the FAA has not taken steps to regulate these machines, nine states have taken measures to enact laws to regulate their use and illegal surveillance.
But what happens when the cameras become too small to see? Currently, there are cameras smaller than a penny that can take high-resolution photos. The military and other contractors are currently designing surveillance drones that resemble insects, not just in appearance, but also in size.
Not to mention there are also programs to determine if insects can be controlled by humans. North Carolina State University has begun researching ways to hijack the nervous system of moths in order to create remote-control “biobots,” with the intent that this could be an invaluable tool in emergency response. The idea would be to attach sensors to moths in order to create a flexible, aerial sensor network that can identify survivors or public health hazards in the wake of a disaster.
It doesn’t take scientist to do the math. Smaller and smaller cameras coupled with drones that resemble insects, or actual insect drones, equals increased surveillance and decreased privacy. Maybe George Orwell was on to something.
Join Dr Hildy this week as she discusses insects and drones on One Cell One Light Radio!
Dr. Hildy – Notes – .pdf
BEWARE of the Designer Mosquito and Her Friends -April 8 2015
Brief Hildy notes:
*Botfly used as a vector incubator with human (biosensor)
*ABOUT the fly images in .pdf attached: You only see the lights in it. Same size as a regular Blue-Green Bottle fly, AND there are also have house fly size.
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