I asked: "Ok, so what _was_ the purpose of your project? What were you trying
Bruce Simpson replied:
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Ok, here's a quote from your website:
"The best way to counter this type of technology being assembled by terrorists
within the borders of our own country(ies) is to educate the public as to just
how possible it is."
What good would that do, except possibly give ideas to scumbags who might never
have thought they could do it?
"The price of freedom is vigilance and without the practical proof that it
could be done, who would have believed that your new neighbor could be building
a "terror weapon" in their garage?"
So basically you're trying to stir up paranoia?
Furthermore, your site says that you are specifically attempting to use
materials, components, tools and techniques that won't raise suspicion. So what
are people supposed to do, be suspicious of everyone who builds things in their
garage or tinkers with electronics, model planes, etc?
Or perhaps you think the government should start restricting common materials,
components, and tools?
Frankly, I don't see anyway that you activities could have a positive result
for anyone other than terrorists and others who want to see free societies
become less free.