Originally posted by Allegorical
How about using the existing cards that the students ALREADY have (which have bar codes on them) and just putting a magnetic swipe on each teachers desk, every class you swipe in, problem solved.
What if I cut school and just have my friend bring my ID to school?
Originally posted by Allegorical
They are getting the younger generation used to the idea of growing up being constantly monitored through their ID card so when they start implanting the younger generations children with these chips they will feel like its normal and will go along with it much easier.
Being able to practice storing the data and get all the "bugs" out during this NWO "beta" stage is just an added bonus.
With the onset of puberty, adolescents
begin to experience a sleep-phase
delay in their biological clock (i.e., circadian
rhythms) and develop a natural tendency
to fall asleep later in the evening
and wake up later in the morning. Even
adolescents who are sleep deprived tend
to feel alert in the evening, making it
more difficult for them to go to bed at a
reasonable hour. Sleep is triggered by the
release of melatonin, a natural body hormone.
Toward dawn, melatonin shuts
off as the hormone cortisol increases, signaling
the individual to wake up. The
pattern and timing of melatonin secretion
makes it hard for adolescents to fall
asleep and wake up at the times necessary
to get enough restful sleep.
Originally posted by xDeadcowx
The school has no business knowing where the kid is if they are off school grounds. If they don't show up for school they are truant. Period. End of story.
Where they are instead of school is none of their business. Let the police handle the truancy laws as the law books dictate.
It has been shown time and time again that school officials can not be trusted with any kind of technology that monitors children outside of school. We have seen it with the laptop cameras that were used to spy on children without their knowledge. Imagine what they can do knowing where any given child is at any given time, day or night? Not to mention the indoctrination that is going on conditioning these children for life long 24 hour monitoring.
I am so freakin sick of power hungry people over-stepping their bounds.
ophomore Andrea Hernandez was notified in November by the Northside Independent School District in San Antonio that she won’t be able to continue attending John Jay High School unless she wears the badge around her neck. The district said the girl, who objects largely on religious grounds, would have to attend another high school that does not employ the RFID tags.
She sued, a judge tentatively halted the suspension, but changed course Tuesday after concluding that the 15-year-old’s right of religion was not breached. That’s because the district eventually agreed to accommodate the girl and allow her to remove the RFID chip while still demanding that she wear the identification like the other students.
The Hernandez family claims the badge and its chip signifies Satan, or the “Mark of the Beast” warning in Revelations 13:16-18. The girl refused the district’s offer, sued, and was represented by the Rutherford Institute.
“The accommodation offered by the district is not only reasonable it removes plaintiff’s religious objection from legal scrutiny all together,” (.pdf) U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia wrote.