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http://www.newscientist.com/articlevideo/dn17895/42939806001...

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17895-freeflying-cybor...

The nice lady says that they might be used to search for disaster victims or for spying.

Or they could precisely target weapons, including releasing disease weapons. They are using these big beetles because they can carry the weight of the radio pack. When that gets small enough, maybe they could control mosquitoes, send them to the enemy position at night, and have the mosquito bite the enemy, or the enemy's cattle, and spread disease.
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cost $10M. Years of research.

Just seconds to be smashed just before injecting the disease into its recipient. Doh!
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That is not Depeche but rather
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Blue Beetle is not amused...

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Awesome!
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