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monkeyboy
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#31 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 14:00
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i thought it was a done deal D. putting rfid`s in mobile phones or similar device to hold all personal info and credit/banking info then you will scan product with rfid and pay using credit on your device. so no rfid no munchies or water or anything i`m still trying to figure out how they are going to meter the air we breath.?
Dave Hall
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#32 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 14:30
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monkeyboy:
i thought it was a done deal D.

Might be Pi**ing in the wind M.B., but got to try. I mean "How very dare they !!!"
So have also had a go at ASDA, and written to my local paper.
Don't expect a lot but you gotta try.
If you think it not happening, take a look at this link.
Dave
Link---- URL
monkeyboy
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#33 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 14:59
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NO i believe it D so much so i have just signed this it did feel like pi55ing in the wind but it felt GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD! :)

have a go

http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/RFID-say-NO/
Dave Hall
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#34 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 15:07
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monkeyboy:
have a go

Job Done Cheers for the Link MB.
Dave.
Must go to Morrisons now, I will have a look and see what they have got "Tagged" in the electrical section !!!
monkeyboy
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#35 | Posted: 13 Jul 2009 15:14
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be carefull D. you don`t want to end up on their "valued customer list" LOL!
monkeyboy
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#36 | Posted: 21 Jul 2009 19:51
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telecaster
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#37 | Posted: 21 Jul 2009 21:51
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Everything`s a bloody swindle these days
and the masses lap it up !
T.
monkeyboy
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#38 | Posted: 23 Jul 2009 23:22
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http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20327185.600-microwave-weapon-will-rain-pain-fr om-the-sky.html

Microwave weapon will rain pain from the sky

microwave weapon

THE Pentagon's enthusiasm for non-lethal crowd-control weapons appears to have stepped up a gear with its decision to develop a microwave pain-infliction system that can be fired from an aircraft.

The device is an extension of its controversial Active Denial System, which uses microwaves to heat the surface of the skin, creating a painful sensation without burning that strongly motivates the target to flee. The ADS was unveiled in 2001, but it has not been deployed owing to legal issues and safety fears.

Nevertheless, the Pentagon's Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) in Quantico, Virginia, has now called for it to be upgraded. The US air force, whose radar technology the ADS is based on, is increasing its annual funding of the system from $2 million to $10 million.

The transmitting antenna on the current system is 2 metres across, produces a single beam of similar width and is steered mechanically, making it cumbersome. At the heart of the new weapon will be a compact airborne antenna, which will be steered electronically and be capable of generating multiple beams, each of which can be aimed while on the move.
The new antenna will be steered electronically and is capable of generating multiple heat beams

The ADS has been dogged by controversy. Jürgen Altmann, a physicist at Dortmund University in Germany, showed that the microwave beams can cause serious burns at levels not far above those required to repel people. This was verified when a US airman was hospitalised with second-degree burns during testing in April 2007.

The airborne version will not make it any less contentious. "Independent of the mode of production, with this size of antenna the beam will show variations of intensity with distance - not just a simple decrease - up to about 500 metres," says Altmann. Shooting it on the move with any accuracy will be difficult, he adds.

Dave Law, head of the technology division of the JNLWD, says the new antenna will operate at the lowest possible effective power level and will have a sophisticated automated target-tracking system.

In a recent cost-benefit analysis, the US Government Accountability Office rated the ADS worst out of eight non-lethal weapons currently in development.
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#39 | Posted: 29 Jul 2009 10:45
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RAND CORPORATIONS involvement in UFOs

Artlicle Here
monkeyboy
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#40 | Posted: 29 Jul 2009 17:03
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wasn`t enything new there even this link they provided http://www.project1947.com/ hasnt been updated since 2005 but it does seem a good source for the older sightings you may like this site DH seems to have a comprehensive history of ufo`s 1909-1955.
monkeyboy
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#41 | Posted: 29 Jul 2009 18:33 | Edited by: monkeyboy
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http://www.engadget.com/2009/07/29/aesirs-ufo-like-uav-spotted-above-wales-is-ideal-f or-your-next/

Unmanned autonomous vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, but we still haven't lost the sense of wonderment of watching the things go about their business while hapless humans watch from afar. AESIR's Embler is the latest we've seen, sporting a UFO-like design and a top-mounted fan that's completely protected should the thing bump into any buildings or insurgents whilst gliding to its next waypoint. Vanes counteract the torque generated by the spinning blades, while flaps open and close to shove it this way or that. Right now AESIR has no military buyers for the device, perhaps because it doesn't look to be entirely autonomous just yet, but after watching the video below we're reaching for our collective checkbooks.



aesir




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXVtUCABiv8&feature=player_embedded
monkeyboy
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#42 | Posted: 6 Aug 2009 22:02 | Edited by: monkeyboy
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this is a good film tesla have you seen it? it`s an old one but a good one. :)

http://the-show-podcast.blogspot.com/2009/06/azi-ufos-how-they-fly-german-tesla-anti. html
tesla
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#43 | Posted: 6 Aug 2009 22:33
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cheers mb,i have seen that one.it was very good,i cant remember his name was it lynne,he was very clued up,super knowledge on electromagnitism,it's a while since i seen it.think i will watch it again.thanks m8.
monkeyboy
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#44 | Posted: 6 Aug 2009 22:46
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tesla:
cheers mb,i have seen that one.it was very good,i cant remember his name was it lynne,he was very clued up,super knowledge on electromagnitism,it's a while since i seen it.think i will watch it again.thanks m8.

nee botha, i it was william lyne knows his stuff :)
telecaster
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#45 | Posted: 6 Aug 2009 22:51
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Is there a link between electromagnetism and neurons
in the brain if you have one ?
T.
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