Past Features

April 12, 2017

Different Ideas for the Border wall
Some cannot be discussed

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Fox Business-- April 11, 2017
Trump's Border Wall Could Actually Be Wall-less
     He promised it on the campaign trail.....
    “On day one, we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall,” said President Trump during a rally in August, prior to being elected.
    Making good, Customs and Border Protection accepted proposals to build Trump's wall, and over 200 vendors expressed interest. While most plans include the traditional concrete, steel, even shipping crates, to manufacture the barrier between the U.S. and Mexico, a few companies had some alternative ideas.
    “Our proposal for this wall is essentially an intelligent, virtual wall where there isn't actually a physical wall,” Liz Derr, founder and CEO of Simularity Opens a New Window. , an artificial intelligence software company, told
    A smart wall-less wall, Derr's proposal would utilize drones, cameras and satellites to analyze real-time footage of the border.
    “It takes a series of images over time and finds things that are unusual … you can see problems before they actually get to your border and arrange the appropriate response,” Derr explained.

Glenn Spencer -- April 12, 2017
Hey, Fox Business - how about this idea?
    According to Fox Business, one company has an idea for the border wall that proposes using "drones, cameras and satellites to analyze real-time footage of the border." Did anyone at Fox Business ask the question if this is possible? How do you get real-time footage from a satellite that does not give real-time imaging? Would the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) direct its billion-dollar Keyhole satellites to look for drug mules?
    Even if it did, there would be hours between images --- and drug mules won't stand still for a photograph.
    And drones and cameras? We have those now, but they don't know where to look.
    Fox News might be interested in my proposal that would give real-time imaging of border intruders, including drug mules --- as they approach the border.
    Oh, I forgot, I am blacked out by the mainstream media --- so the public cannot be told of this idea.