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How long before compulsory microchipping of cattle, I mean, 'citizens'?

On 05/19/2016 11:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:
>>  From: Rayzer <[email protected]>
>>  To: [email protected]
>>  Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2016 10:02 AM
>>  Subject: Re: How long before compulsory microchipping of cattle, I mean,
>> 'citizens'?
>>  On 05/18/2016 11:58 PM, Cari Machet wrote:
>>  "In germany the id card has a chip  "They can scan the crowd of a protest
>> and id's can be read "When we went on actions some would not carry id
>> some tried to mask the chip ... with different metals... "We need
>> cloaking devices
>> This is easy. Ã? It's called a "Faraday cage". Ã? A wallet lined with copper
>> screen would do nicely. Ã? Ã?  Ã?  Ã?  Ã?  Ã?  Jim Bell
> There are two sorts of vendors for faraday equipment.
> The "anti-radiation" nut jobs and the forensics and security vendors.
> If there web site contains mention of homeopathy or emf field protection,
> the products are probably crap.
> If they mention things like "evidence protection" they are probably not
> cranks.
> I made the mistake of buying from the first sort once. Nice pretty fabric
> that did nothing useful.
> Amazon carries isolation pouches for cell phones that work very nice to
> shield RFID chips and they only cost $10. Some are more expensive if you
> want a window to look inside.

You'd think mylar or even what passes for tin foil now days would work.
Everything's low power and I can't imagine, especially at the
frequencies involved, it woild take very much shielding.

FWIW I already knew to withdraw all the cash and not sweat it. Now if I
cold only figure out how to defeat the chemical tagging they do to
Ammonium and Potassium Nitrate. snigger.


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