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Old 02-11-2009, 05:13 PM   #41
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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”.
yes, if you have an electronic device with a battery and you are exposed to emp gun (like the ones police and military use to cut comunications or stop cars) you have a high risk to get contaminated because it can cause a little explosion in the chip, releasing lithium(only if the chip have a battery)

also if an atomic bomb is detonaded at high altitude(rainbow bomb or HEMP) an emp will destroy electronic devices and RFID chips under the skin, killing people or making them very ill from lithium poison without fallout or other radiation

one single rainbow bomb or hemp can affect an entire country

the little chip(.4mm x .4mm) is no use right now(it needs and antena 80 times bigger) but it can use a battery and use a smaller antenna(or a very powerful detector)

even a capacitor(electrolytic) that leaks its like a death sentence if inside your body

considering how easy is to destroy an electronic device with an inexpensive emp gun its very stupid to put electronic devices inside the body, even your cellphone can explode and kill you if the explosion enter your leg and you dont stop the bleeding on time
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yes, if you have an electronic device with a battery and you are exposed to emp gun (like the ones police and military use to cut comunications or stop cars) you have a high risk to get contaminated because it can cause a little explosion in the chip, releasing lithium(only if the chip have a battery)

also if an atomic bomb is detonaded at high altitude(rainbow bomb or HEMP) an emp will destroy electronic devices and RFID chips under the skin, killing people or making them very ill from lithium poison without fallout or other radiation

one single rainbow bomb or hemp can affect an entire country

the little chip(.4mm x .4mm) is no use right now(it needs and antena 80 times bigger) but it can use a battery and use a smaller antenna(or a very powerful detector)

even a capacitor(electrolytic) that leaks its like a death sentence if inside your body

considering how easy is to destroy an electronic device with an inexpensive emp gun its very stupid to put electronic devices inside the body, even your cellphone can explode and kill you if the explosion enter your leg and you dont stop the bleeding on time
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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 explode inside the body poisoning the person.
Lithium is a very common ingredient in batteries. Many batteries, including the one in the laptop that you're probably using, contain lithium. And when you are shooting at someone with a beam then why aim for the tiny fcking chip? The head is much more effective.

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i would like to thank wakeup2nwo for the great articles presented to us here. At least for me personally they have been great links and supportive reading to the near future that might and most likely is going to be forced into us.

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i would like to thank wakeup2nwo for the great articles presented to us here. At least for me personally they have been great links and supportive reading to the near future that might and most likely is going to be forced into us.

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You are very welcome mate and ill do my best to keep the thread updated and i encorredge everyone to do the same!

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RFID Training Course - Electronic Download

Price - $69.00




Note: After purchase, you will be sent a link where you can download the training course.

Introduction
Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID in short) is the hottest new technology today, with applications ranging from car parking systems to hospitals and supply chain management. Mandates by some large retailers like Wal-Mart and other big and influential organizations like the US DoD have driven the rapid adoption of this technology, by a variety of suppliers. It is estimated that, there are today now about 3 billion RFID tags already produced this year. The number is going to go up exponentially and it is expected that 31 billion tags will be in operation by the beginning of the year 2010. This is one of the few technology areas which will have rapid adoption and usage in almost all businesses, one way or the other.

However, rapid adoption of the technology does not mean that it is widely understood. The number of professionals who would be required to know something about this technology, vis a vis the number who actually do, is very small. This is in no small measure due to the multiplicity of vendors who tout their own technology as THE real technology. The lack of standards is another problem. There are standards of course, but their development lags behind the technology, as well as the implementation, causing lots of confusion amongst RFID implementers, as well as users of the technology.

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A cursory search on the internet will reveal that most courses on RFID technology are either by vendors (or by their agents, which is the same), are classroom based or web based. The courses are by themselves divided into several different types, with no course big enough to give an overall picture, without being too complicated.

full story here... http://www.automation.com/content/rf...ronic-download
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Old 03-11-2009, 10:54 AM   #48
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RFID Reader Works on Both Low and High Frequency Modes

03/11/2009 11/03/2009 02:15 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)



Toronto, Canada - GAO RFID Inc. (www.GAORFID.com) is offering its simple- to- use dual frequency RFID reader, which operates at the frequency of 125kHz and13.56 MHz. It enables users to read a variety of RFID cards. This technologically advanced RFID reader is primarily used for access control, system logon/logoff and for the identification and authorization of system operators by scanning the user's RFID enabled card. For example, the card must be in contact with the reader which will then allow the device to transmit data. Overall, this RFID reader is an ideal system logon key that protects against unauthorized system use.

GAO RFID Inc.'s dual frequency RFID reader, model 211004, reads unique serial number and communicates with a PC via the RS232 interface. It supports multi-detection; transponders compliant with ISO 14443A Mifare MF, Ultralite, DESfire are available for this portable reader. The compact sized RFID reader offers a high baud rate from 2400bps to 19200bps.
Visit http://www.GAORFID.com for more information.

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heres some news you might find interesting. mobile phone lines to overtake land lines. i knew there was something dodgy going on.
we all know that mobile phones track you. here it is comming. the double whammy . chip and track.

http://www.ispreview.co.uk/story/200...t-in-2011.html


i hope im not reading too much into this stuff. as yet there is no evidence.so please dont shout at me if im wrong.i will cry booohoooo.
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heres some news you might find interesting. mobile phone lines to overtake land lines. i knew there was something dodgy going on.
we all know that mobile phones track you. here it is comming. the double whammy . chip and track.

http://www.ispreview.co.uk/story/200...t-in-2011.html


i hope im not reading too much into this stuff. as yet there is no evidence.so please dont shout at me if im wrong.i will cry booohoooo.
Thanks for the heads up!
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RFID Is Poised for Widespread Adoption

http://www.rfidjournal.com/article/a...view/2863/1/2/

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companies across all industries are now exploring RFID's potential. A quick scan of the articles RFID Journal has published in the past week reveals stories about the auto, fresh-produce, taxi, defense, beef, toy, transportation and health-care industries using RFID in one way or another.

At some point, companies are going to have all their ducks in a row. By that time, standards will likely be in place, or very close to being in place, and the technology will likely perform better and cost less. All of these things could come together very quickly. And anyone sitting on the sidelines today, thinking RFID adoption is many years away, is going to be in for a rude awakening.
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terrible

thanks for the info .......

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sorry it was bad news kinda info!
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Netc Announces Netc N*VISION RFID WatchDog(TM) Tape Tracking System


TRUMBULL, Conn., Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Netc, the leading provider of storage media barcode label printing software and printed RFID and media barcode labels, today announced the Netc N*VISION RFID WatchDog(TM) Tape Tracking System with PassPort Technology(TM). The system utilizes state-of-the-art RFID technology to help you better manage your valuable data tape and IT assets. The system is based upon the Netc N*VISION RFID media barcode label, an integrated, customized, RFID enabled label designed by Netc specifically for data tapes. Unlike other RFID tape tracking systems, WatchDog(TM) is not a barcode system converted to RFID. WatchDog(TM) is completely designed from the ground up to take advantage of the many benefits of current RFID technology. This includes both hardware and software, resulting in a completely integrated system suite that enables you to quickly deploy the solution in your company without the pain, time and expense of extensive system integration.

The patent-pending Netc N*VISION RFID WatchDog(TM) system enables you to effectively manage the movement of your data tape assets. PassPort Technology(TM) lets you create your manifest (list) of data tapes to be tracked and monitored through the PassPort portals deployed in your organization. As the tapes move through each PassPort checkpoint, the N*VISION RFID labels are interrogated and verified against the manifest for accuracy and completeness. If the manifest cannot be completely verified, an anomaly and status will be displayed so the operator may take the appropriate remedial action. The WatchDog(TM) system is completely scalable from one to many portals depending upon your business requirements. The system also features a complete reporting engine facilitating management reporting, analysis and real-time security alerts. The result is a more secure, controlled and compliant data center environment.

A PassPort(TM) Hand-Held unit is available to complement the Netc N*VISION RFID WatchDog(TM) system. The portable RFID unit contains hardware and software to enhance the tracking and auditing of your data tape assets. The PassPort(TM) Hand-Held contains a UHF Gen2 RFID reader that reads N*VISION RFID VolSer labels. It also can read both 1 and 2 dimensional barcodes. The intuitive, easy to use software works with you to expedite the tape inventory, auditing and location process. Netc N*VISION WatchDog(TM) is RFID technology you can easily identify with.

For additional information on Netc N*VISION RFID WatchDog(TM) contact us Netc at 203-372-6382, email [email protected], or visit www.WatchDog.LabelArchitect.com.

About Netc - Netc, the RFID media barcode label experts, is a leading global provider of tape storage media products including Netc Label System Software, Netc eXpress Labels, Netc eXpress Tape Cartridges, Netc Label Architect, Netc N*VISION RFID Labels, and now, Netc N*VISION RFID WatchDog(TM) Tape Tracking System.

SOURCE Netc

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Hello, I work for a company that sends people around to do different job in retail, grocery, and drug stores, etc. I just recently was assigned the tasks of placing GOLIATH chips in some stores. I had no idea what it was, at first I thought they were maybe a motion activated device that talks when customers activate it. But a store manager explained what it was and what it does to me. I got a box of them in my car, scary! I guess they can track me now. :-O

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Apple testing RFID-enabled iPhone?


By Mike Clark | NearFieldCommunicationsWorld.com | 5 November 2009, 18:12

Einar Rosenberg, who runs the Near Field Communications Group on Linkedin.com, has reported the following:

Had to share this news. A highly reliable source has informed me that Apple has built some prototypes of the next gen iPhone with an RFID reader built in and they have seen it in action. So its not full NFC but its a start for real service discovery and I'm told that the reaction was very positive that we can expect this in the next gen iPhone.

If Apple does it, expect every phone manufacturer and their sister to begin pumping out NFC enabled phones, at least for service discovery and sync.

This just reinforces what we knew based on the two separate patents Apple submitted that had the iPhone enabled to read RFID tags. I'm told that the touch project video and the BT SIG's specs were all driving forces to push this forward as well as other factors.

Guess I'll be touching my iPhone to my Mac to link them together to sync iTunes by next year.

http://www.nearfieldcommunicationswo...nabled-iphone/
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GPS/RFID Handheld Unit monitors security guards in real time.

November 5, 2009 - Model GT2 Security Force Locator lets users track, monitor, and manage personnel in real-time indoors and outdoors. Measuring 2.5 x 6 in., it fits in horizontal belt holster and has water-resistant case and lithium-polymer battery that lasts up to 24 hr/charge. It includes panic button for distress calls and motion sensor to report absence of motion for predetermined time period. Non-keyed incident alert sends message to GuardTrax server if unit is taken in/out of predefined area.


Guardtrax Introduces Real-Time Security Personnel Monitoring and Management Technology That Tracks, Monitors, and Manages Indoors and Out

GT2 Overcomes Existing Wand Limitations with GPS/RFID Handheld Unit that Increases Security Productivity, Safety and Cuts Security Costs

CRANFORD, NJ - September 21, 2009 - GuardTrax today introduced the new "GT2" enabling security firms and corporate security managers to finally track, monitor and manage security personnel in real-time indoors and out.

The GT2 Security Force Locator combines GPS and RFID functionality, enabling security personnel to scan specific interior and exterior checkpoint tags as well as facilitate real time location and position monitoring.

"GT2 overcomes the existing limitations of guard tour wands predominantly used in the security industry that don't provide real time tracking, reporting or management capabilities over the Internet," explains Mike Petty, vice president of GuardTrax sales, a product of Intergis, LLC. GT2, with its robust and diverse capabilities gives security firms compelling cost and operational justifications to advance into real time monitoring of security personnel with GuardTrax."

"The new GuardTrax device will greatly enhance Metro Protective Agency's ability to manage its security personnel, since administrators can monitor officers in real-time to identify and correct problems as they occur," states Aaron Thieriault, operations manager. "It also enables us to reduce management and supervision costs, since fewer personnel are now required."

CEO and President of Sun City Security Service, Inc., Dave Scepanski, concurs, adding that, "We have already benefitted from this state-of-the-art guard management solution and our clients will greatly benefit from its real-time RFID tracking capabilities." According to Scepanski," Prior to using GuardTrax, data from each guard's tour wand was manually downloaded into the software program only after the shift was completed, and often not until the next day. Our guard tour wands frequently crashed and were unreliable since they depended on guards to correctly touch checkpoints to record information."

Measuring approximately 2.5" x 6", GT2 is slightly larger than the average cell phone and fits comfortably in a horizontal belt holster. Its rugged design, water-resistant case and lithium-poly battery make it a highly functional and durable device, lasting up to 24 hours without re-charge. The durable, ergonomic GT2 provides a number of extremely valuable features enabling security personnel to carry a single device for guard tour and phone communication.

The GT2 has a panic button for instant distress calls and alert notifications to management. Also, security personnel can use GT2 to post activity status updates through a unique set of user input codes allowing supervisors and managers to monitor officer activity on the fly through their mobile phones. This new generation GuardTrax device is equipped with a motion sensor that will report if the device has remained in a motionless state for a pre-determined time period. The supervisor is immediately alerted if the guard hasn't moved and can make a phone call to the officer through the GT2. Each GT2 can call four operation critical telephone numbers (e.g. police, fire, supervisor or client contact)

The new device also has a non-keyed incident alert called the "geo-fence violation." If the device is taken in or out of a pre-defined area, it then sends a message to the GuardTrax server reporting that the device has entered or exited a defined area. All incidents and events reported through the GT2, after reaching the GuardTrax server can be relayed through SMS or emailed to any number of desired recipients.

"Regardless of a guards' location indoors or out, the GT2 provides the visibility you need to successfully manage your personnel and make informed decisions," said Jeffrey Cohen, CEO of Intergis. "Sleeping guards, abandoned posts and unproductive shifts are effectively eliminated by using the GuardTrax Security Force Locator."

Among the benefits of the GT2, security firms will immediately realize:

Improved Worker Productivity - Remotely track and manage an entire roster of guards in real time, ensuring all job duties are being performed indoors and outdoors, without the need for onsite checks. GT2 eliminates sleeping guard syndrome, while protecting guards at every minute.

Reduced Costs - Automated guard performance monitoring via the Internet reduces worker supervision requirements, resulting in decreased operational and labor costs.

More Accurate Timesheets and Billing Operations - Automatically record shift start/stop times ensuring accurate employee compensation. Document shift begin and end times, when breaks are taken and specific security related events for accurate reporting and client billing.

Decreased Risk - Pinpointing a guard's location at the time of an incident and documenting movement in real time reduces liability, risk and ensures guard safety.

Enhanced Customer Service - Increased accuracy in billing combined with proof of guard tours and a wide range of reporting capabilities increases customer service and reputation for providers of security services.

GT2 is leased on a monthly basis with pricing based on quantity. Until January 2010, GuardTrax will give a $100 credit towards purchase of a GT2 in exchange for any security "wand" RFID only device. For a demo, please visit www.guardtrax.com.

About Intergis

Intergis is a leading single-source provider of mobile resource management and logistics solutions for small, medium and large businesses in a variety of industries. Intergis solutions perform as promised by integrating GPS tracking and navigation technology with scheduling route optimization, personnel and asset tracking applications. Intergis helps customers quickly garner operational efficiencies and measurable results demonstrating productivity enhancement cost, control minimized risk as well as increased security and customer satisfaction. For more information, visit www.intergis.com.


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If you open your mind and think of a way to hide one of these things, no matter how obsurd you think it is, the powers at large and their think tanks will have already done so, and by mentioning ways on this forum they will probably use your own ideas against you, no paranioa needed, they are everywhere already.

Chip and pin and sim everywhere and have been for many years, I first noticed one when I took a Ford car cey to pieces, you know the little red plug on one side of the master key, get one and open it, its a really neat 15 mm long glass vial with the coil inside.
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yea ive seen them in keys and i think they use them for the immobiliser on you ignition... i never thought of them as a tracking device, it was years ago when i was quite asleep, but your right , they look just like the rfid chip...
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