Robots, Drones, and Google Oh My!

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The world’s largest internet search company has acquired Boston Dynamics, a privately held company best known for building robots that look as if they belong in a science-fiction movie and which are often co-developed or funded by the US military.

The acquisition is the latest by Google’s secretive robotics division, led by Andy Rubin, former boss of the company’s Android mobile operating system.

Google’s robotics division has acquired more than SIX other robotics companies.

I find that very interesting.

Add to that fact that our government now has worldwide mass surveillance.  They can listen to every phone call and track and record all emails traffic.  They know what your browsing, posting, twittering and buying.

The types of surveillance and data collection in George Orwell’s book 1984 are nothing like we have today.  Privacy is a thing of the past.

We have sensors in our pockets (cell phones) that track us everywhere we go.


There’s really nothing we can do about the global surveillance.  It’s too late to stop that. It’s already firmly in place and has laws to protect it.

As far as the rise of the robot army, we don’t even know what’s coming. We can however, keep an eye on the robots that are currently flying around.

Here’s a link to a “Drone Survival Guide” website.


On that note, I must apologize.

My imagination get’s away from me sometimes and I’m probably just over reacting.


What could possibly go wrong with an organization that has total global surveillance capabilities and a Robot Army?

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The SHTF Art of War”.

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