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Old 05-18-2020, 05:02   #3
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What she is talking about is SkyNet/SkyLink

Seriously, We (the world) need to move communications off the telephone pole to satellites.

Until such time as it's all moved we need a combo system of local networks and secured mil-spec satellites.

Because the "local" copper system is NOT,, the "secured" would need to be built into the handheld, but this is doable now..

Originally Posted by SkyNet

Skynet is a fictional artificial neural network-based conscious group mind and artificial general superintelligence system that serves as the main antagonist of the Terminator franchise.

In the first film, it is stated that Skynet was created by Cyberdyne Systems for SAC-NORAD. When Skynet gained self-awareness, humans tried to deactivate it, prompting it to retaliate with a nuclear attack, an event known as Judgment Day. John Connor forms a human resistance against Skynet's machines in the future, which include Terminators, and ultimately leads the resistance to victory. Throughout the film series, Skynet sends various Terminator machines back in time to try to kill Connor to ensure Skynet's victory.
The Muskrat is already putting up a system to eliminate the copper system.

Originally Posted by Elon Muskrat, Owner of SkyLink

Starlink is a satellite constellation being constructed by SpaceX[2][3] to provide satellite Internet access.[4][5] The constellation will consist of thousands of mass-produced small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO), working in combination with ground transceivers. SpaceX also plans to sell some of the satellites for military,[6] scientific, or exploratory purposes.[7]

The total cost of the decade-long project to design, build, and deploy the constellation was estimated by SpaceX in May 2018 to be about US$10 billion.[13] Product development began in 2015, with the first two prototype test-flight satellites launched in February 2018. A second set of test satellites and the first large deployment of a piece of the constellation occurred on May 24, 2019 UTC when the first 60 operational satellites were launched.[2][14] The SpaceX satellite development facility in Redmond, Washington, houses the Starlink research, development, manufacturing, and on-orbit control operations.

As of April 22, 2020, SpaceX is targeting a private beta service in the Northern U.S. and Canada by August 2020 with a public beta following in November 2020.[15] SpaceX is launching 60 satellites at a time, aiming to deploy 1,584 of the 260 kilograms (570 lb) spacecraft to provide near-global service by late 2021 or 2022.[16] However, these are only internal projections and not set dates.
Originally Posted by Lisa Sanders, director of Science and Technology for Special Operations Forces, Acquisition, Technology & Logistics
The goal is to give operators the same capability they have with commercial smartphones in the United States while they are operating anywhere in the world.

I suspect Ms Sanders has talked to the Muskrat??
Is Ms Sanders related to The Bern?

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