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Insurer offers discounts to drivers with monitors
Post Date: 2008-07-28 20:34:40 by A K A Stone
TRENTON, N.J. - A high-tech monitoring device makes it possible to reduce insurance premiums for drivers who avoid jackrabbit starts and slam-on-the-brakes stops, an insurance company says. ADVERTISEMENT The catch? Bad drivers who take a chance on the program may wind up paying a surcharge instead. Auto insurer Progressive Corp. has begun offering its drivers the chance to cut their costs based on how they actually drive, not only on their age, credit score and number of tickets or accidents on their record. The monitoring device sort of like a black box for cars tells Progressive what time people drive, how many miles they've driven, how fast they accelerate and how ...
Remote Sensors Under Skin Of Humans Can Monitor Emotions
Post Date: 2008-04-30 17:11:11 by A K A Stone
Scientists at the department of Applied Physics of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered a method for remote sensing of the physiological and emotional state of human beings. The researchers believe the discovery could theoretically help remotely monitor medical patients, evaluate athletic performance, diagnose disease and remotely sense the level of excitation which could have significant implications for technology in the biomedical engineering, anti-terror and security technology fields. The key is in the surprising shape of human sweat ducts. Professors Yuri Feldman and Aharon Agranat together with Dr. Alexander Puzenko, Dr. Andreas Caduff and PhD student Paul ...
CONTROL THE FOOD - CONTROL THE POPULATION
Post Date: 2008-01-23 10:58:11 by A K A Stone
I want to tell you how I found out about NAIS (National Animal Identification System) in the hope that you will see how disturbing this is and why we have to fight it with everything we have. In July of 2005, I went to a meeting at the Ava Missouri Sale Barn regarding a new electronic cattle identification program that was to be mandatory in January of 2006 in order to sell cattle in the State of Missouri. Yes, January of 2006. Dr Taylor Woods, a member of the NAIS Subcommittee, was the one speaking. He never said what the name of the program was, nor offered any website where one could go for information. I asked a couple of questions and then made a statement. That statement was, "It ...
Confession to the Jesuits No.34: Is the Society of Jesus Planning Another Staged Hollywood Fantasy Mother Mary Siting?
Post Date: 2007-10-18 00:53:07 by Coral Snake
Confession to the Jesuits No.34: Is the Society of Jesus Planning Another Staged Hollywood Fantasy Mother Mary Siting? According to Preacher M.L. Knox "any possible planned 'light-show' this month from the Jesuits and Catholic "church" could also be part of an actual sneak-attack upon us due to the Knights Templar factor." By Greg Szymanski Oct. 16, 2007 In this Confession to the Jesuits NO.34, Preacher M.L. Knox reminds us of Fatima, calling it the biggest "light-show" that the S.J. boys (Jesuits) whooped up 90 years ago and it was the greatest 'apparition' that their witchcraft had ever produced." Knox, a Bible-believing Christian who ...
The Beast and the Microchip
Post Date: 2007-10-18 00:45:09 by A K A Stone
WhereIsTruth (1 day ago) Show Hide Marked as spam (Reply) very true, dimenuno thanks for your input. dimeuno (1 day ago) Show Hide Marked as spam 0 Good comment Poor comment (Reply) Society cannot expect its government to do everything for them, or else they must expect to lose liberties. If people became independent, and civilians managed law & order, there would be no reason for a governing force. About the only thing I could imagine that might still exist is a court to properly charge proven criminals, either by a lone judge or with a jury as well who are trained for their positions, and are a 3rd party in every way to any such incidents which they are the judge/jury of. ...
Should You Chip Your Children?
Post Date: 2007-08-30 21:57:03 by A K A Stone
'm surprised by both the debate over RFID (radio frequency identification) and the technology's growing capabilities. RFID has been a boon to corporations with large retail outlets, inventory rooms, warehouses, and more. It's even beginning to bleed into public spaces such as county beaches. Yet it seems all I hear is moaning about the privacy and First Amendment implications. This is growing tiresome, and it's time to set people straight. RFID chips are a good idea. RFID chips that can help locate people and objects are a better idea. RFID chips implanted in pets and people are the best idea of all. Let me illustrate how committed I am to this idea. I have two children, a ...
Pentagon to implant microchips in soldiers' brains
Post Date: 2007-07-30 23:58:29 by A K A Stone
The Department of Defense is planning to implant microchips in soldiers' brains for monitoring their health information, and has already awarded a $1.6 million contract to the Center for Bioelectronics, Biosensors and Biochips (C3B) at Clemson University for the development of an implantable "biochip". Soldiers fear that the biochip, about the size of a grain of rice, which measures and relays information on soldiers vital signs 24 hours a day, can be used to put them under surveillance even when they are off duty. But Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, C3B director and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Bioengineering claims the that the invivo biosensors will save ...
REAL ID - HegelianDialectic Works on
Post Date: 2007-07-27 20:35:05 by A K A Stone
As expected, and right on cue, the National Governors Association has come out first opposing REAL ID - the Mark of the Beast-style dictatorial government mandate where all Americans would be branded as chattel property of the banks who hold the bonds on this country - then begging Congress for the money to implement it. According to a press release from U.S. Senator Susan Collins office, During the National Governors Association Annual Meeting this weekend, Governors released the following statement regarding Real ID: If Congress is truly committed to transforming Real ID into a reasonable andworkable law that actually increases the security of our citizens, it ...
Microchip Implants Raise Privacy Concern
Post Date: 2007-07-24 22:01:05 by A K A Stone
http://CityWatcher.com, a provider of surveillance equipment, attracted little notice itself - until a year ago, when two of its employees had glass-encapsulated microchips with miniature antennas embedded in their forearms. The "chipping" of two workers with RFIDs - radio frequency identification tags as long as two grains of rice, as thick as a toothpick - was merely a way of restricting access to vaults that held sensitive data and images for police departments, a layer of security beyond key cards and clearance codes, the company said. "To protect high-end secure data, you use more sophisticated techniques," Sean Darks, chief executive of the Cincinnati-based ...
American Medical Association Backs Plan To Microchip Patients
Post Date: 2007-06-27 22:23:06 by A K A Stone
CHICAGO - Doctors could soon be storing essential medical information under the skin of their patients, the American Medical Association says. Devices the size of a grain of rice that are implanted with a needle could give emergency room doctors quick access to the records of chronically ill patients, the nation's largest doctors group said in a report. The association adopted a policy Monday stating that the devices can improve the "safety and efficiency of patient care" by helping to identify patients and enabling secure access to clinical information. These radio frequency identification tags (RFIDs) are already used by Wal-Mart and other businesses to speed up their ...
Minnesota turns to RFID to monitor inmates
Post Date: 2007-06-19 00:29:51 by A K A Stone
(Computerworld) -- The Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) is about to roll out a half-million-dollar radio frequency identification (RFID) inmate-tracking system at one of its facilities to boost security and automate the monitoring of prisoners. Earlier this month, the DOC announced that it is installing the inmate-tracking system in the 1,300-inmate minimum/medium-security Minnesota Correctional Facility in Lino Lakes, which houses sex offenders. The prime contractor for the project is Crowley Co., a Minneapolis-based provider of high-security fencing and monitoring systems. The RFID system is from Alanco Technologies Inc. in Scottsdale, Ariz. A spokeswoman for the DOC offered ...
COP TO CNN "MORE COPS SHOULD BE IMPLANTED WITH MICRO CHIPS"
Post Date: 2007-05-30 22:41:09 by A K A Stone
This CNN story aired on May 25th, 2007 AmeriChip uses technology called VeriTrace which allows FEMA to track your every position.
Poster Comment:The mark of the Beast is on the way here. Who would want to take the mark? Only a fool would want to be implanted and have the government track you. This country is ripe for satans mark and the cashelss society. Beware the antichrist will most likely be coming very soon. Or maybe we can avoid it for a while longer by voting Ron Paul in 2008.
House rejects microchip implants for violent criminals
Post Date: 2007-05-29 07:52:14 by A K A Stone
OKLAHOMA CITY Legislation that would authorize microchip implants in people convicted of violent crimes was sent back to a committee for more work Wednesday after state House members questioned whether the proposal would violate constitutional civil liberties. The measure, approved by the Senate, authorizes microchip implants for persons convicted of one or more of 19 violent offenses who have to serve at least 85 percent of their sentence, including murder, rape and some forms of robbery and burglary, while prohibiting government from requiring microchips implants in anyone else. The tiny electronic implants are commonly used to keep track of pets and livestock, but several House ...
National ID: Biometrics Pinned to Social Security Cards
Post Date: 2007-05-27 17:01:49 by A K A Stone
The Social Security card faces its first major upgrade in 70 years under two immigration-reform proposals slated for debate this week that would add biometric information to the card and finally complete its slow metamorphosis into a national ID. The leading immigration proposal with traction in Congress would force employers to accept only a very limited range of approved documents as proof of work eligibility, including a driver's license that meets new federal Real ID standards, a high-tech temporary work visa or a U.S. passport with an RFID chip. A fourth option is the notional tamper-proof biometric Social Security card, which would replace the text-only design that's been ...
Freedom in a Surveillance State
Post Date: 2007-03-22 14:11:11 by A K A Stone
A gladiator match between freedom, technology, and government is on the horizon, and theres no guarantee the America we know will survive it. Consider Radio Frequency Identification tags, or RFIDs. A long-standing practice of biologists is to tag animals with tracking devices so their locations and behaviors can be monitored. In a few short years this technology will be coming to a human near you. In recent months U.S. manufacturers announced plans to utilize RFIDs in a staggering array of products. Making use of the same technology that allows cars to sail through EZ Pass tolls, RFIDs are slated to appear on clothing, sneakers, razors, books, boots, and just about everything else ...
District gags 14-year-olds after 'faggot' indoctrination
Post Date: 2007-03-14 06:52:33 by A K A Stone
Officials at Deerfield High School in Deerfield, Ill., have ordered their 14-year-old freshman class into a "gay" indoctrination seminar, after having them sign a confidentiality agreement promising not to tell their parents. "This is unbelievable," said Matt Barber, policy director for cultural issues for Concerned Women for America. "It's not enough that students at Deerfield High are being exposed to improper and offensive material relative to unhealthy and high-risk homosexual behavior, but they've essentially been told by teachers to lie to their parents about it." In what CWA called a "shocking and brazen act of government abuse of parental ...
Marketing the Mark of the Beast
Post Date: 2007-03-12 23:54:56 by A K A Stone
Poster Comment:Anyone who wants to put microchips under their skin are fools.
Miami Church Brands Members With '666' Tattoos
Post Date: 2007-02-26 00:26:22 by Jhoffa_
Miami Church Brands Members With '666' Tattoos DORAL, Fla. Surrounded by a mob of news cameras, a group of smiling, well-dressed church members crowded into a South Beach storefront parlor on a recent muggy evening and got matching tattoos of their prophet's symbol: 666. Members of Growing in Grace, a controversial religious sect headquartered in Doral, said they were following the example of their leader, Jose Luis De Jesus Miranda, who has claimed to be Jesus and recently declared himself the Antichrist. Critics have called De Jesus a cult leader who manipulates followers. Church members say he has brought them happiness and spiritual fulfillment. "This is ...
THE DEATH OF CASH
Post Date: 2006-12-27 21:40:42 by A K A Stone
MONEY talks - and in the very near future it will be talking through your mobile phone. Fumbling for coins in your pocket will be a thing of the past as the latest technology lets you load up your phone with credit and pay by simply pointing it at the till. It's further proof that new technology is killing off hard cash. In the coming year, even the smallest purchases will be paid for electronically after credit card giants Visa and Barclaycard struck a deal to create the next generation of "wave and pay" cards for purchases of less than £10. Users will simply wave the card across a scanner to pay for small items for which they would normally use coins, such as their ...
Elected Muslim trash Ellison: Says there will be No Oath on Bible instead he will swear to satans book..AMERICA IS DEAD JUST AIN'T BURIED YET
Post Date: 2006-11-28 21:35:52 by TLBSHOW
Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to the United States Congress, has announced that he will not take his oath of office on the Bible, but on the Quran instead. The 43-year-old Minnesota Democrat, who converted to Islam as a 19-year-old college student, won the midterm election after a campaign calling for an immediate American pullout from Iraq. And his decision to forsake the Bible at his January 3 swearing-in troubles some. "He should not be allowed to do so, http://Townhall.com contributing columnist Dennis Prager writes on the Web site. "Ellison's defenders argue that Ellison is merely being honest; since he believes in the Quran and not in the Bible, he ...
Big Brother? Maybe just a 'chip' off the old block
Post Date: 2006-11-22 19:22:16 by A K A Stone
Microchips implanted in humans, doorways, ceilings, floors, garbage, food and clothing may soon make privacy a thing of the past, one author of the book "Spychips" said in a lecture at Essex County College Nov. 13. According to Liz McIntyre, radio frequency identification is an automatic data-capture technology that uses tiny tracking chips affixed to products. The bugs have antennas that vary in size from a fingernail to a sheet of paper, McIntyre said. Chips will be implanted in everything, from doorways and pets to currency, computers, and even human beings, McIntyre said. They will be transmitting signals to hidden databases, telling whoever is on the other end the ...
District to teachers: Get fingerprinted or else
Post Date: 2006-11-12 19:36:02 by A K A Stone
Fifty-two teachers in the Phoenix Union High School District were told not to come to work this week and stay away until they have valid fingerprint clearance cards, as required by state law. The move is costing the district $25,000 a week in substitute costs, and as many as a half dozen teachers are missing from each of the district's 11 high schools. At Cesar Chavez High, both the band director and choir teacher are out because of expired fingerprint cards, and holiday concerts are coming up. The teachers won't be back anytime soon. Background checks can take three to five weeks to complete. Teachers who have expired fingerprint cards must use vacation days or take the time off without ...
Now commie lover Bush is going to commie vietnam [WTF]
Post Date: 2006-10-24 00:35:31 by TLBSHOW
WASHINGTON - President Bush will visit Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, the city once known as Saigon that was the capital of U.S.-backed South Vietnam, during a trip to the communist nation next month, the White House said Monday.
American-Muslim TV Network Host Urges Votes for Democrats
Post Date: 2006-10-22 12:46:26 by TLBSHOW
If the Muslims of America believe that they don't want Bush to have a free hand for the next two years, then the Muslims of America need to get organized and make sure they get out to vote for Democrats for both the House and the Senate. Every Muslim in the Middle East who has a relative in the U.S. should get the message across to their relatives. They need to make sure that all their friends vote against Bush. 2. American-Muslim TV Network Host Urges Votes for Democrats Bridges TV, the first English-language American-Muslim TV network, is expanding into six states and creating a potential audience of nearly 2 million. The network, which began broadcasting in the Buffalo, ...
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