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Old 30-10-2009, 06:52 PM   #32
cleopatraxxx
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Originally Posted by oneup View Post
That's passive RFID, which is quite old. The new RFID technology, where everyone is talking about, is active RFID. It contains it's own battery and constantly transmits it's signal every 1.5 seconds.
10 years ago on David Icke's website somewhere in his files there was an article about this and it mentioned that actually the battery of the microchip would be made of LITHIUM. I remeMber thinking that this could also be dangerous becasue if an individual would become unwanted, he/she could be killed by destroying the microchip with a beam that would make the battery expolde inside the body poisoning the person. i am not sure we can find the article in the files anymore, but also it seem that the technology that they have today is not needing anymore any batteries, because the microchip is actually so tiny (FORGET THE RICE GRAIN SIZE CHIP), THAT IT MEASURES 0.4X0.4MM !!!!!
http://www.wiseupjournal.com/?p=1140
"People who are still trying to catch up from the 250k floppy disk of the 90’s to remote wireless information transfer will struggle to comprehend technology now being introduced in to the public arena. Six years ago Hitachi introduced an RFID chip with embedded antenna only half a millimeter in size called the ยต-Chip which are now on the shelves attached to products we buy to track their delivery to the stores, but they don’t remove them once they have arrived. The Hitachi website article from 2003 said it “features an internal antenna, enabling chips to employ the energy of incoming electrical waves to wirelessly transmit”. “The 0.4mm X 0.4mm chip can thus operate entirely on its own”.

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