MOOP, an acronym for Matter Out Of Place, is an all too familiar term heard each summer at Burning Man. To those of you in the default world, MOOP not only encompasses trash and other human debris left behind, but insidious little bits such as zip ties, bottle caps, cigarette butts, sequins, metal shavings, and even dry leaves. Burning Man
Never let it be said that the members of the Pathogen Trackers Camp do not fully participate. Probably one of the more unique elements of the camp is the diversity of its members, in both geography and occupation. Over the years, the Pathogen Trackers camp has grown to include Burners from all over the US, Canada, Mexico, South America and
Communications are an integral part of the Pathogen Trackers camp preparedness.Safety Third, although a popular axiom, is not an acceptable standard for our agency.
The Pathogen Command Center has acquired two, thirty-foot communications trailers, each affixed with a 50-meter, heavy-lift antenna system. Th EXL-masts are made of a carbon and glass fibre composite material. They are light weight telescopic mechanical winch and belt operated masts designed for larger and heavier top loads. The United States Army ordered the design and manufacture of field-ready, composite
During field deployment in 2016, the Pathogen Trackers camp came under adverse scrutiny for its request of B.ORG organizers to assist in the movement of a 1,000-lb electrical transformer. Although the assistance was never provided, simply asking for the help resulted in a lengthy exchange and ultimately a sanction against the Pathogen Trackers camp. The following summer, the Pathogen Control