The Evolution of Ethics: An Introduction to Cybernetic Ethics

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Inventor Patents Alternative to The Soft Walls Project

Written by Ron Scott

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“The problem withrepparttar ‘soft walls’ concept, according to Koncelik, is that it does not protect all US airspace. Instead, it focuses on protecting ‘high value, static targets’. As a consequence,repparttar 142724 vast majority ofrepparttar 142725 nation’s population as well as on and off shore assets will remain at risk.”

Koncelik insists that there is also a far simpler solution torepparttar 142726 threat terrorism poses. Using GPS technologies, his patent provides for a pilot override that could easily interfaced with existing pilot control boxes that when activated allows tracking aircraft and/or ground controllers to assume control ofrepparttar 142727 aircraft. "Remotely piloted vehicles have been around for years," Koncelik says, "so it isn’t like my patent requires a great deal of endless research. All we need to do is integrate existing technologies withrepparttar 142728 pilot override system I’ve patented."

Koncelik’s patent is one of five he currently holds. It can be viewed onrepparttar 142729 United States Patent and Trademark Office’s web site ( Just type his first and last name intorepparttar 142730 “Term 1" and “Term 2" fields and click on “Search”. To learn more about The Soft Walls Project visit .

The author, Ron Scott, is a seasoned internet publicist who provides affordable public relationsservices to local, regional, national and international businesses.

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