anonymous asked:

While ur debunking things, do u know if rfid- blocking wallets, purses, etc are a scam or not? Thanks.

They’re only worth it if you have an RFID-enabled credit card.  Most people do not.

A chip that you insert into a reader is not the same thing as a RFID chip.  Your card is only RFID-enabled if it has a system that lets you wave or tap it in front of a scanner to pay–the most common brand names are Visa PayWave, MasterCard PayPass, American Express ExpressPay and Discover Zip.  Or just Google your specific card and find out.

If your card doesn’t have this feature, there’s no reason to put it in an RFID-blocking carrier–it can’t be read remotely anyway.  if your card does have RFID capacity, then is it worth it?  Ehhh, maybe.  The RFID chip is encrypted, and I don’t know of any major RFID-based attacks that have actually happened, but they theoretically could, so this one’s up to you.

Don’t pay a lot of money for a fancy custom RFID-blocking doohickey, at any rate.  You can get the same amount of protection from anything that surrounds your card with metal–any metal case, or any card-holder wrapped or lined with household aluminum foil will do the job.


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Soon people will line up like lemmings to get their brains hacked.

Lets not let this be our future. We need to become aware of the thing that are happening around us. HAARP, FEMA, RFID, and many others are ways for them to control us. Do your research and lets put a stop to this. Lets make people aware before its too late. Share what you know tell your parents, friends, neighbors, and the guy you have a random conversation with. With knowledge is power, with power is great responsibility. Lets make the difference. Stand tall, Shout loud, so everyone can hear us.

BBC - Future - Why I want a microchip implant

The BBC, the king of propaganda, lovingly wants you to believe getting chipped is a good idea. Cause you can trust big government and corporations right? Like the NSA and Google…. There’s no need to worry!

Oh and ignore people like Aaron Russo who, before he died, said that the end goal of the New World Order is to get everybody chipped, for complete totalitarian control.


Imagine a world of no more privacy. Where your every purchase is monitored and recorded in a database, and your every belonging is numbered. Where someone many states away or perhaps in another country has a record of everything you have ever bought, of everything you have ever owned, of every item of clothing in your closet – every pair of shoes. What’s more, these items can even be tracked remotely.

Once your every possession is recorded in a database and can be tracked, you can also be tracked and monitored remotely through the things you wear, carry and interact with every day.

We may be standing on the brink of that terrifying world if global corporations and government agencies have their way. It’s the world that Wal-Mart, Target, Gillette, Procter & Gamble, Kraft, IBM, and even the United States Postal Service want to usher in within the next ten years.It’s the world of radio frequency identification.

Radio frequency identification, RFID for short, is a technology that uses tiny computer chips – some smaller than a grain of sand – to track items at distance. If the master planners have their way, every object – from shoes to cars – will carry one of these tiny computer chips that can be used to spy on you without your knowledge or consent. We’ve nicknamed these tiny devices “spychips” because of their surveillance potential.

Smart-dust: Hitachi Develops World’s Smallest RFID Chip. Nicknamed “Powder” or “Dust”, the surface area of the new chips is a quarter of the original 0.3 x 0.3 mm, 60µm-thick chip developed by Hitachi in 2003. And this RFID chip is only one-eighth the width of the previous model.
– Hitachi expects this tiny size will open the way to new applications for wireless RFID chips. The RFID “powder” can be incorporated into thin paper, such as currency, creating so-called “bugged” money.

The RFID Loc8tor can identify special RFID tags from a distance of up to 183 meters (600 feet), and the RFID chips have GPS capabilities.

“By taking advantage of the merits of compactness, high authenticity and wireless communication, and combining it with Internet technology, the µ-Chip may be utilized in a broad range of applications such as security, transportation, amusement, traceability and logistics” – said Hitachi engineers who worked on the project.

uhh yea.


“Social-Technical Issues Facing the Humancentric RFID Implantee Sub-culture through the Eyes of Amal Graafstra”? Invited talk by Mr Amal Graafstra, USA

DIY RFID implants - Mr Amal Graafstra delivering his plenary address at the IEEE Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) held at the University of Wollongong 7-10 June 2010.

A Rover In Penguin's Clothing Causes Less Fuss

by Michael Keller

How do you get to hang out with penguins and elephant seals without raising much of a fuss? Let a rover be your guide.

In the ongoing quest to understand and conserve wildlife, researchers need to collect data on species for science and management goals. But humans and animals don’t mix very well in the wild, and getting information can cause a great deal of stress to individuals and populations. The presence of people can be so disturbing to animals that it even biases the data scientists are trying to collect.

Wildlife researchers are well aware of this problem and many are turning to new technologies to get a glimpse of animals while minimizing interference in their lives. Some are using drones, DNA and satellites to monitor species movements and thwart poaching. Others are deploying autonomous tools like camera traps and undersea gliders to better understand how and where wildlife operate in their habitats. Now, a group has shown that little rovers can bring the animal world closer while less significantly changing the behavior of the creatures being studied.

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