On 21st October, 2001 Team Chaos members Captain Chaos and The Ginger Loon were interviewed by Chris Bullock (a.k.a. Special Agent Marconi) from ABC Radio station Radio National. The topic was Geocaching and GPS usage. The information gathered will be broadcast as a part Radio National's "Background Briefing" program focusing on GPS, which goes to air on Sunday 18th November at 9:00am and repeated on Tuesday 20th November at 7:00pm.
In order to gain maximum publicity for this program (and a bit for ourselves as well) we have decided to make the Radio Program itself a VIRTUAL CACHE!
Here's how it works. Listen to the broadcast and using this special link e-mail us the answer to the questions listed below.
Clue: GPS had a myriad of everyday uses, and some unusual ones.
Question: List the 3 unusual uses for GPS mentioned in the program.
- GPS was used to settle a dispute over what? __________________________________________________________
- GPS was thought to have been used to do what? _______________________________________________________
- In Boulder Colorado, a resident used GPS to mark what? __________________________________________________
After your answer has been verified we will send you a password which can be used to print out a Certificate of Achievement when you log the cache as found.
If you miss either of these broadcasts you will have a chance to redeem yourself by;
Radio National broadcasts on 576 AM in Sydney. A Radio National frequency finder for other capital cities and regional centres around Australia can be found here.
Good luck with your hunt for Radio K.A.O.S.
Special thanks go to Chris Bullock for providing the Q&A and for giving his permission for the cache to go ahead.
Note! Do not use the e-mail link at the top of the page to request your password. Please use this special link provided within the text. You'll get your password a lot quicker if you do!!
P.S. When we did the interview we were hunting for a real cache called The Maze by Tangles. So we didn't make it up. Really!