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David Stimpson, who wrote a 496 page book on The Prisoner (Dec, 2018 : ISBN-10 : 1911537091), theorized in 2011 (and again in 2014) on his Prisoner blog, that the See-Saw device probably "helps prolong the two Observers attention to their monitors that bit longer." Sources : David Stimpson Blog Post: Ups And Downs! 13 October 2011 - David Stimpson ...


According to my "head canon," they are using neutrino-based viewing devices. Neutrinos can easily penetrate even thick walls, so the fact that they are in an enclosed space is irrelevant.

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