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Originally posted by shizzle5150
I believe thirty eight digits would be ample to assign each person on earth with their own unique number
Originally posted by krugger
If you are concerned with RFID, maybe you need a RFID Guardian.
Jams rfid tags you specify. It is like a jamming bubble around you.
Originally posted by hikix
i would say the real concern of the RFID chips are not the messages that are being sent to the central computer but the messages that they can send to the chips. ie. controlling you mental state.
Originally posted by Tom Bedlam
There's certainly nothing scary about a Mu, unless you're afraid someone will run up and scan you mercilessly from about 4" away (average) and read a fixed serial number.
It's a tag for garments or small merchandise, not the sort that you can even read on the shelf, it's for scanning at the checkout register.
Originally posted by Burginthorn
Of coarse they aint gonna pronounce over loud speakers what their true intension's are. Implanted chip technology will at first seem like a great idea (actually it is an awsome tech with many benefits) but like many great inventions it can also be used for wrong.
The Bible speaks about all mankind being forced to receive a mark in their right hands or foreheads.
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.