Discussion in 'science, nature and environment' started by Chilli.s, Apr 24, 2018.
a gibbet for badgers
Amateur signal booster so a farmer can get mobile coverage out in top field?
uh... don't think so...
Something to do with HAARP
A very thin Pat Butcher.
is that even a thing?
Poor reception in rural areas is, the rest might be speculation on my part...
Some project to catch tiny insects I reckon.
Someone's dumped their badly assembled IKEA standard lamp?
Or maybe to catch wind borne pollen and such like.
It was going to be a road sign but the frame wasn't robust enough to resist local wind speeds
It's a super advanced building technique - you start with the upstairs windows, then build the rest of the house around them.
Thats what I reckon too, its near to an old nuclear power station so wondered if it was to do with monitoring for that.
It might be a bug catcher, but if it is near an old nuclear power station it is more likely to be monitoring for potential pollution.
There is/was something similar near to Trawswynedd Power Station.
Probably catching plutonium particles that have escaped from the power station so they can be recycled into weapons. Plutonium is expensive after all.
Traws was a magnox station not a "breeder" !
That's what they wanted you to believe.
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