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October 25th, 2009 #1
Microchip inplanted in your body makes everything better - RFID commercial
Oooooook... so now they want us to get microchips inplanted in our bodies. The excuses for it are pretty damn questionably lame imo. Just another way to get more control over the masses and keep track of your location?
I have heard that in South Korea they are building a city already on this technology. The chip will be your identity.
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October 25th, 2009 #2
Yay Orwellian dystopia! You would think that people would realize that '1984' was only a book and not a guideline on how to screw the world up. Big Brother is always watching.
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October 25th, 2009 #4
Sorry, but we're already there - when was the last time you did anything without a card, a reference number or a bit of paper to show you were who you said you were? Hell, to log into CA I needed a username and password - it's like I'm just a line of code in a database here!
That ad is shockingly bad, but patients do die because they're given the wrong drugs and the mechanisms for control are already firmly in place. I can't say I'm too worried if this is going to be the next development if it cuts out some of the current redundancy and bureaucracy.
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October 25th, 2009 #8
Stark, if that were the only problem it'd be a good thing.
Back in the 30's there was a comedian named Will Rogers who joked about his birth certificate. He goes into a govt office and they say they can't help him without a birth certificate. He just says, "Gee, where I come from, they just kinda take it for granted."
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October 25th, 2009 #9
So I guess it's safe to say that this is no longer a "conspiracy theory" anymore? Alex Jones has been saying this for years. I guess the people who were saying "Oh they would NEVER do that" are now saying "Oh well it must be for OUR own good".
My buddy who works at a government building was offered one of these last year. They were placing them in the upper tricep.
October 25th, 2009 #10
This ad disgusts me, next thing you know they'll start making it a requirement to have these implants, is it me or is the government tightening it's grasp on America's nutsack?
If you are going to make an ad as sickening as this one, atleast make it half-way decent. *FacePalm*
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October 25th, 2009 #11
Oh god! technology! everybody panic!
Quote from the guy who posted the vid "What? By vaccines, Immunizations, and now chipping?"
Yeah guys, let's listen to some people who think vaccines are evil government tools to control populations. Sure is critical thinking in here.
In 2002, the VeriChip Corporation received preliminary approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its device in the U.S. within specific guidelines. Since its effective approval in 2004 , about 80 hospitals and 232 doctors have elected to use the system.
By implanting such a chip with a patient's medical record, hospitals and emergency workers can immediately gain access to an ill or injured person's medical history regardless of location or condition. Implanted chips are impossible to lose, which could reduce (extremely difficult to steal the implant itself) or increase (may be able to be hacked and read without touching the person) the chances of information theft.
One major challenge in securing RFID tags is a shortage of computational resources within the tag. Standard cryptographic techniques require more resources than are available in most low cost RFID devices. RSA Security has patented a prototype device that locally jams RFID signals by interrupting a standard collision avoidance protocol, allowing the user to prevent identification if desired.
-The frequencies used for RFID in the USA are currently incompatible with those of Europe or Japan. Furthermore, no emerging standard has yet become as universal as the barcode.
-EPCglobal Network, by design, is also susceptible to DoS attacks. Using similar mechanism with DNS in resolving EPC data requests, the ONS Root servers become vulnerable to DoS attacks. Any organization planning to embark on EPCglobal Network may cringe upon discovering that the EPCglobal Network infrastructure inherits security weaknesses similar to DNS'.
-Suppose Alice wishes to communicate with Bob. Meanwhile, Mallory wishes to eavesdrop on the conversation, or possibly deliver a false message to Bob. To get started, Alice must ask Bob for his public key. If Bob sends his public key to Alice, but Mallory is able to intercept it, a man-in-the-middle attack can begin. Mallory sends a forged message to Alice that claims to be from Bob, but includes Mallory's public key. Alice, believing this public key to be Bob's, then encrypts her message with Mallory's key and sends the enciphered message back to Bob. Mallory again intercepts, deciphers the message, keeps a copy, and reenciphers it (after alteration if desired) using the public key Bob originally sent to Alice. When Bob receives the newly enciphered message, he will believe it came from Alice.
The chips aren't secure enough to implement on a wide scale. There is no global, or even a US standard for the RFID frequencies. So how is the evil guberment going to track all of you when they don't even know the frequencies? Not only that but you can clone tags which means that the person that's being read might not be that person. I'm sure the New World Order in all their grand scheming and plans overlooked a bunch of security and technical problems that would thwart their plans.
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Some Christians are concerned that the development of implantable microchips and RFIDs are a precursor to events prophesied by the apostle John the Apostle in the Bible's Book of Revelation. Implantable chips are seen as technological development that could be used to implement the prophesy that predicted that a "Mark of the Beast" on the hand or forehead will be required for individuals to complete any transactions in future society. According to belief in this interpretation of the prophesy, the fate for those that take the mark will be that they are destroyed or condemned by God.
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October 25th, 2009 #13
Just a friendly reminder folks: WE ARE WATCHING.
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