You still think it's bullshit? Here's a link to one way they will start implementing the chip. The Real ID Act of 2005 would turn our state drivers licenses into a genuine national identity card and impose numerous new burdens on taxpayers, citizens, immigrants, and state governments while doing nothing to protect against terrorism. As a result, it is stirring intense opposition from many groups across the political spectrum. This Web site provides information about opposing Real ID.Ã‚Â http://www.realnightmare.or
What do you think of this? Yes, a benign application. I have seen this commercial and think that it is one of Ã‚Â the slicker pieces of corporate advertising that I've seen in a long time,. akin to the cash pass.
A Utah news Ã‚Â program that does a pretty fair job of reporting on the topic of RFID chipping and some of the ramifications of the future of spy technology.
We need our lawmakers Ã‚Â to put this technology down. There is no other option. Unfortunately the founding fathers were a little hazey on RFID chips and the potential for invasion of privacy. Unfortunately the third amendment doesn't quite cover it.
We'll have our national ID cards by 2009, complete with the RFID chip (the new passports already have them). IMB Verichip is in talks with the Pentagon to mass implant the RFID for "security" purposes. We the people will not be chipped!
Live action Futurama- mama trailer. Its the last day of the month, lets have some fun. Hopefully our new President is doing well, huh, Yeah, cross the finger , toes , and whatever else you have got. Hang on.
People may have lived in Florida over 10,000 years agoÃ¢â‚¬â€earlier than previously thoughtÃ¢â‚¬â€according to evidence uncovered by National Geographic researchers. This story focuses on a watery oasis and stone age tool evidence.
The legacy of secret societies and the profiteers and financiers of this strange new world that grew out of the cold war. Bill Moyers reports in this 60 Minutes special on an incredible topic in it's day.