posted on Jun, 29 2006 @ 04:54 PM
I found something embedded in an old science book that I ordered from Amazon. Well it was printed in 1982 so maybe it's not that old. It is about
assembly language and machine language programming.
It is a thin piece of paper, but if you take it apart it has foil and then little things that look like computer chips, magnets, or maybe
They were solid but I cracked them in half in case they were eavesdrops. I heard the paper crack when I bent it so that's how I know I cracked them
in half. I hope I didn't activate them
My assumption is that they are RFID's and that maybe science literature is embedded with RFID so customs and the .gov can keep tabs on them?
Im working on a picture. Anyone have any other ideas? Maybe it is just part of those security alarms that retail stores use so you can't steal
anything. Isn't that RFID? Are they usually as thin as a peice of paper and only a quarter of an inch wide?
[edit on 29-6-2006 by ImplementOfWar]