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High Tech Break Through

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posted on Feb, 25 2006 @ 09:12 PM
The quest for ever smaller GPS-enabled equipment, such as mobile phones, PDAs and even watches has just taken a giant step forward with the development of the world’s smallest GPS radio frequency receiver module by a New Zealand company.

There is a few that this technology has been developed (yes to make money) but also to serve the American market emand for trackable phones.

This chip is so small and so advanced by all accounts it could in fact be inserted easily under the skin. Just the tool that the NWO would salivate over.

Quote: Graham Cottew, chief executive of Melbourne-based software development company Zendata, said the device could be revolutionary.

"It is very small, and if it does what they claim it does, it's quite a breakthrough

British consulting company Esys estimates the number of GPS-enabled cellphones will grow from about 300 million worldwide this year to 2 billion by 2020.

Whereever you are we will find YOU....

posted on Feb, 25 2006 @ 09:28 PM
Could you just imagine if their was no escape from being rounded up by a tyrant of the future?
At least in the past people had a chance to get away, but if they could put tracking devices with ever more information, you don't have to be a prophet to realise this has major abuse potential.
You'll get IDed wether you want it or not, it would be that small, what if they made it with nano-tech?
Just speculating.
It will be advertised as a good thing, and we may have a hard time doing basic everyday tasks without it, like opening doors, doing your banking, buying groceries, starting your car, maybe even opening your bicycle lock

posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 10:13 AM
If this were implanted say,when babies go in for their vaccinations before they start school, we'd never know the difference between an MMR shot and a nanotech tracking device. These things would pretty much end crime as we know it because someone would know where you are at all times. This is scary stuff

posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 10:41 AM
They should use them on the people staying in Iraq,this way if a diplomat or journalist is kidnapped in Iraq, they could find out where they are at and have a better chance of rescuing them.

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