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    Iran, China, Venezeula, Shooting wars and economic wars

    Iran, China, Venezeula, Shooting wars and economic wars

    Where could this go? Seems like several things are simmering on the world's plate right now.

    Speculate

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    High degree of intensity that's NOT public

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    When you see stuff like Pompeo running off to chit chat with the Russians over many subjects, you know the rosey dosey everything is awesome public stories are BS....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowdown3 View Post
    When you see stuff like Pompeo running off to chit chat with the Russians over many subjects, you know the rosey dosey everything is awesome public stories are BS....
    Damn well said !
    There is effectively NO NEWS !
    Only opinions of people I either don't know or wouldn't hire and the incessant round tables like "The five" or "The view".

    We NEED to know the IP addresses of the key sites we go to and verify that we can access them using only IP and not DNS's/URL's
    When they shut down the internet, all they have to do is kill the DNS's because 99% of internet users don't even know what an IP is.

    I wonder if some of us with a server and fixed IP address for it shouldn't setup the old style bulletin board using IP just like we had to use telephone numbers in the old days. Just do it httpS://ip address and login
    Last edited by prc-104; 05-15-2019 at 02:00 PM.

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    I agree PRC-104. If they can control the DNS then they can just cutoff whole IP subnets. They control the Core routers already, or have enough clout to manage them the way they want the data to flow. If you want information you better have it downloaded and printed out before they cut off the switch. Look at China and their internet for an example of what is possible. I wouldn't require much to eliminate the website they wouldn't want us to look at.

    Side note: I was watching the Venezuela riots live on FB and CNN....Then nothing. No news coming out of Venezuela...at all. Nothing. Interesting enough, in my office about 2 cubes away a lady from Colombia with a lot of family still there, mentioned that her city is flooded with 100k of refugees for months. They tried to shutdown the border but there were too many people coming in from Venezuela.

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    Thx TH,
    Back in the mid-80's, we had all of Atlanta up to Chattanooga tied together with a ham Wifi network.
    Wasn't connected to the outside internet unless we wanted to access one of the three comps that had real world link ability but most all the time, it was a sealed system. All was at the slow 2.4ghz baud rate of that day but it worked and worked well. Sure, it was a lot like the old bulletin boards and didn't have the overly heavy graphics that we have now.
    If you put up a 10 foot pole on the chimney on your roof and others did as well, you could have a neighborhood privately controlled and operated internet. Then talk to others and link others with yours.
    .GOV or others could not shut it down.
    Something to think about is MeshPotatoe or similar.
    It handles up to 62 router connections. It's mesh network just like the real arpa-net/internet.
    They did a number of african villages and found out you could link multiple cellphones with it as well, until their .GOV found out and came in and took it all.
    In Costa Rica after a bad hurricane, they went in and in 2 hours set up nine meshpotatoes and had regional cellphone and internet working. When they got a sat connection, finally, and linked it in, they had WWW available.
    Dunno why Puerto Rico didn't do that but I have my opinions as to why not.
    Something to think about,
    Think the MeshPotatoes run just under $90 oer unit ready to go. Put a solar cell and gelcell battery and it'll run dang near forever.
    Food for thought.

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    Great posts guys.

    What we need is a tutorial on what your discussing- written for tech retards like myself!

    A LOT of local uses for what your describing. I can imagine a local net wherein you can pop up a small commercial drone and run a track ahead of a security patrol on foot- all the while sending video real time to a base and to the patrol.

    Or for the "dreaded" retreat sniper scenario- sending a drone up to pinpoint location with thermal while counter snipers or a fire team is sent out to the location.

    Possibilities are endless.

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