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"Lasivian" <lasivian@usa.net>
Sent: 7/25/2001 12:10:57 PM
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Re: [gpsstash] Human Caches?


The bottle has a transmitter and a GPS in it, it transmits it's
current coordinates to a reciever (They want cell phones to be able
to do this to locate stolen phones), then the human trackers use a
GPS to come find you

Just imagine if the feds planted one of these on your car

On 25 Jul 2001, at 9:05, Florian wrote:

I don't get it. The article says "the spotters come to you because
inside the special bottle is ... a GPS satellite transmitter." What
are they talking about? Sounds more like an emergency locator
transmitter maybe?

-Florian

http://www.stargazer.org/geocaching/


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Subject: [gpsstash] Human Caches?


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