Rachael Murphey
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Patrick Duffy commented on Rachael Murphey's blog post Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About
"FYI, the 'Mythbusters' did a show on drones where they tried to cut a human dummy by crashing a drone into it. It turned out that only the commercial drones with carbon fiber blades did any significant damage to the dummy.  99% of the…"
Friday
Gary McCray commented on Rachael Murphey's blog post Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About
"Hi Rachael, I think your Post is well intentioned, but especially for this audience not well developed enough to be useful. We have suffered through much false and exaggerated reporting of drone mishaps and it has left us a bit sensitive to that…"
Friday
turdsurfer commented on Rachael Murphey's blog post Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About
"Please don't report things as if they're facts when they're not. Pay attention to words like "believed", "may", "perhaps", etc. in articles such as the one about Heathrow. Leave fake-news to the…"
Friday

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RM Aviation commented on Rachael Murphey's blog post Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About
"The "drone strike" at Heathrow was retracted very shortly after the initial claim, it was thought to be a plastic bag. The problem with repeating sensationalistic rubbish as fact is that it makes your piece sensationalistic rubbish as…"
Thursday
Marc Dornan commented on Rachael Murphey's blog post Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About
"Really good to know that they have spinning blades and may fall on people. I feel enlightened by those 5 things. What is this? You posted your high school essay?"
Thursday
Rachael Murphey posted a blog post

Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About

There is no question that we are living in the midst of a drone revolution. Consumers around the world are being captivated by the prospect of controlling these high-tech flying machines, and questions about their safety are beginning to emerge. An early 2017…See More
Thursday
Rachael Murphey posted a blog post

Six of the Best and Most Unexpected Uses for a Drone

The FAA predicts there will be 7 million drones registered in the US by 2020. While over half of the drones flying today belong to hobbyists, the rest are owned by private enterprise and various government agencies. However, despite their popularity, drones are a controversial tech. Opponents argue they're unsafe and cite a litany…See More
Apr 17

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Rachael Murphey is an entrepreneur and blogger on topics of personal success, fashion, business, marketing, personal finance, and health. She graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with her Associates in English, and from the University of Colorado Denver with her Bachelors in Business Management. She currently lives in Denver with her dog Charlie.
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Rachael Murphey is an entrepreneur and blogger on topics of personal success, fashion, business, marketing, personal finance, and health. She graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with her Associates in English, and from the University of Colorado Denver with her Bachelors in Business Management. She currently lives in Denver with her dog Charlie.
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Are Drones Safe? Here's 5 Things to Think About

Posted on May 18, 2017 at 10:49am 5 Comments

There is no question that we are living in the midst of a drone revolution. Consumers around the world are being captivated by the prospect of controlling these high-tech flying machines, and questions about their safety are beginning to emerge. An early 2017…

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Six of the Best and Most Unexpected Uses for a Drone

Posted on April 17, 2017 at 1:44pm 0 Comments

The FAA predicts there will be 7 million drones registered in the US by 2020. While over half of the drones flying today belong to hobbyists, the rest are owned by private enterprise and various government agencies.

 

However, despite their popularity, drones are…

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