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Drones cannot locate/spy on people ...
who live where there are NO cell towers!
Large such areas are in western Canada ...
specifically British Columbia and Alberta ...
according to my Cell Tower Locations map!
If you are interested in being part of the
formation of a safe-haven in such an area,
please contact ... doug70707@gmail.com
 
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According to my Cell Phone Locations map,
there are huge areas in BC and AB ...
where there is NO cell phone service ...
but some of these areas are quite close
to towns and cities for our convenience!
These areas with NO cell phone service are
where we want to be living in the future.  
We are NOT the least bit "hidden",
if someone's drones can spot us.
 
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Not all drones use cell phones or wifi to operate or broadcast data. GPS coordinates are transmitted by satelites not cell phone towers so location is not dedpendent on cell phone towers either. If the ultimate goal is to base your location on being iinvisible to drones, tower location is not a factor.
 
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Robert Ray wrote:Not all drones use cell phones or wifi to operate or broadcast data. GPS coordinates are transmitted by satelites not cell phone towers so location is not dedpendent on cell phone towers either. If the ultimate goal is to base your location on being iinvisible to drones, tower location is not a factor.



Not to mention, the safety and convenience of my cell phone affects my life far more than the chance someone is using a drone to spy on me.  Drones have a pretty short range unless they are some crazy high-dollar cutting edge drone that someone like the military owns, in which case they can use satellites to track me without a drone.

My personal belief is also that the human factor is the problem of any type community that is worried about the government eyes on them.  Most groups that have something they want to hide from the government are found out by someone talking, at least initially.
 
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I don't buy the cell phone tower idea. I have used commercial GIS satellite imagery in my work. It's relatively low resolution, but tracks and trails and land disturbances, and certainly gardens and structures, are pretty obvious. Google Earth is a joke.

Other satellite imagery used for forestry and agriculture uses a wider bandwidth than human visual capability, certainly IR and I would suspect into UV also. Things that might be unobserved by a low-flying plane stick out like a sore thumb at this different wavelengths.

The point: if The Man (haha) is deeply interested in finding a group that has set up a housekeeping situation, they will eventually find them using a desktop PC.

On the the other hand, if the group is generally uninteresting, there's no reason to expend resources and humanpower.

So, I would suggest building a community that minds its own business, cultivates a civil relationship with its neighbours, and is entirely uninteresting to drone operators. My 2c.
 
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Many thanks, you guys, for your various info.
I first got mine from this Western Canadian bug-outter ...
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/1BmhRmVUJ0w0/
 
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Doug Hicks wrote:Drones cannot locate/spy on people ...
who live where there are NO cell towers!
Large such areas are in western Canada ...
specifically British Columbia and Alberta ...
according to my Cell Tower Locations map!
If you are interested in being part of the
formation of a safe-haven in such an area,
please contact ... doug70707@gmail.com


Check your email.
 
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Lindsay, I never received any email from you.
 
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