I can see how data like that could inspire someone who is fluent in a half dozen languages but doesn’t drive would feel motivated to get a personal motor vehicle, Carlos . Cyclingflinger in Belgium has been systematically flipping all the death towers in and around Brussels and I’ve known a few others who do this work on bicycles. When I was their age I’d have been inspired to do that if I didn’t live in an area that was too hilly.
You may find through traveling around that a lot of death towers and especially weather weaponry are not listed on maps. The techs, nearly all subcontractors who have no clue what they’re servicing, need an easy source online for directions to the weapon sites. The perhaps nastier weaponry that we don’t see on the maps is all probably serviced by the sewer rat agencies and they’re loathe to publish anything at all except disinformation, pornography, ‘news,’ and entertainment.
Maps are handy for being thorough in the field, though, because in cities whose planners seem to have been cows and rabbits one can see every tower if one will mark off the areas where all of them have been physically seen and then flipped.
When we did Atlanta in 2003, which is enormous and has one of those tortuous steetplans, I even opted to rent a small car with an automatic transmission because it had become exhausting to constantly shift gears in the Zapporium (camper/truck)
Everywhere we’ve been in the world since 2001 we’ve seen a pretty consistent ratio of one death tower per approx. 2,000 people. I gather that in some areas, including cities in many Arab-speaking countries and perhaps China, there are a lot more towers per capita for some reason.
This is true of other forms of parasitic infastructure, too. For instance, Carol saw many times more surveillance cameras in Italy than anywhere else. We an only speculate about such things but we wonder if there’s more poisonous infrastructure in areas of the world where the Old Parasite is more afraid of the host populace than usual.
Other areas didn’t get death towers until later than the rest of the world. We didn’t see any of them in the lovely city of Santa Cruz in late 2002 on our second trip to Bohemian Grove, for instance. One could speculate that there are fewer death towers in areas where the Old Parasite has less cause to fear the host and the Santa Cruz area is relatively wealthy/Republican–fascist? The next time we drove through there we busted all the new death towers but there are probably more now.