careful how you protect your puters!

Discussion in 'Home Networking' started by Spike, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. Spike

    Spike Guest

    Hi, be very careful how you protect your home or loved things and ppl.
    Setting up a security light could get you arrested. Like me.
    I have updated the pages, 1/4 down is perhaps the weirdest arrest in
    canadian history.
    I'm looking at 12 years in prison, for protecting (actually failing to
    protect, the light only angered the vandal) Be careful guys. Check with the
    police, and i would even ask for permission in writing.

    Stay safe,
    Spike, Dec 17, 2005
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  2. Spike

    ron Guest

    Wrong group for a start, but the pictures on the site do not clearly show
    anyone doing anything. The video files don't exist either. So probably a
    wind-up. Point me at the Canadian Law which specifically states it is an
    offence to set up a security light, or are you confusing that with another
    criminal action you might have performed?
    You could have got yourself a nice computer based security camer system that
    records to the hard drive, that give the advantage of time and date
    stamping. The CPS (criminl protection service) in the UK will not even
    accept videos as evidence without.
    There are also IP based systems which will transmit a live picture over the
    ron, Dec 17, 2005
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  3. Spike

    Dave J. Guest

    You mean they will if it's datestamped? I'm surprised.
    That's what I'd go for, there are some nice ones that will start capture
    if the scene changes and auto send the pictures to an FTP site.

    I'd have thought that if the server is owned by an independant third party
    and you have no access to change attributes on files (fixtouch etc) then
    it would be much more likely to count in court.

    Dave J
    Dave J., Dec 17, 2005
  4. Spike

    John Guest

    Far better in a home security system to have motion detectors which can
    triangulate a hostile and follow their movement, when it has been

    The system should control a tracking 1000milliWatt argon laser, with
    voice activated warning systems. The latter to activate a warning "go no
    further" twice. Then warn a third time that the "Perp" is in mortal

    If they ignore the final warning the laser takes a centre of the head,
    head shot. The beauty of this system is the clean site (little DNA or
    forensics), with no blood as the wound is cauterised when it happens.

    Disposal should be immediate on discovery.
    John, Dec 17, 2005
  5. Spike

    Dr Teeth Guest

    The power of the laser (1W) seems a tad underpowered to me.

    Make sure the warning is in an obscure language so the perp definitely
    goes to the bottom of the food chain!



    ** Stress - the condition brought about by having to
    ** resist the temptation to beat the living daylights
    ** out of someone who richly deserves it.
    Dr Teeth, Dec 18, 2005
  6. Spike

    Dave Guest

    Maybe 1000 Mega Watts (1 gigawatt) would be better. You have to bolt
    on some kind of cooling system and I am not sure you could just plug
    it into the mains but it would do the job nicely.
    Dave, Dec 18, 2005
  7. Spike

    Dave J. Guest

    A KiloWatt should do the trick, think of it, it's compressed onto a target
    of a mm^2 or so.

    Only snag being that it might take the perpetrator a few seconds to
    realise a hole's just been bored through their brain, and in some cases it
    might miss altogether given the size of the target.

    Perhaps a small mirror on a couple of servos, that way you could inscribe
    something like 'fried' through the forehead. Maybe add in image
    recognition and a high powered computer and you could attempt a lobotomy.

    Dave J
    Dave J., Dec 18, 2005
  8. Spike

    Dr Teeth Guest

    See your earlier comment about the small size of the target <g>.

    Why bother with precision laser cortical surgery?

    Get a multi-gigawatt laser and vape the fookers head...job done.



    ** Stress - the condition brought about by having to
    ** resist the temptation to beat the living daylights
    ** out of someone who richly deserves it.
    Dr Teeth, Dec 18, 2005
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