Thursday, December 3, 2015

It is a little early, but initial reports claim toy remote car controls to remotely set off bombs (of what type of bomb, not known yet). These have been used in the past, but not considered a good idea, by real bomb makers, since it can often be set off by nearby transmitters, and the real problem is if someone is using a toy like the one you are using for the bomb, the kid walking down the street playing with his toy could set it off. Actually the warnings given, to not use two way radios near the device, came from bombers in the US using these cheap remote controls back in the 60's and 70's, that can be set off very easy. Try using your cell phone near a cheap remote control car, often it will set them off.


via CTI Consulting http://ift.tt/1MYs3Id

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