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RFID And so it begins.......

 
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A few seconds in the microwave should cure that problem. If not, a small drill bit certainly would. The chips are active transmitters, so they will eat batteries. If the batteries can be changed, they can be removed. You know the school knows they are in trouble when they offer to kill the chip if the girl and her family will tell everyone how wrong they were, and how great the trackers are.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


Unfortunately the battery thing is incorrect.

They have no power source in them. They are powered by RF radiation emitted by the scanning antenna.

*Bathe our children in even more RF radiation! It's good for them! (sarcasm)*

But the drill bit sure a heck would work!
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


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What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
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Dear AC if you would raise your child to have any common sense and decency they wouldn't need to be monitored.
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Come on, peer pressure is more prevalent these days. Besides, we all skipped classes from time to time when we were in highschool.
Even if someone would raise their kids with common sense and decency, would that mean that your kids are in a saver environment? No, not at all, because we would still have kidnappers, pedofiles, etc...out there.
I remember in the 80s and 90s that there were milk boxes in USA with the faces of missing kids. I've no idea how many of them were retrieved, but i know one thing for sure: many more abducted kids would be found if they had some kind of RFID device on them! Nobody can deny this.
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I imagine that in a few years we all will be chipped. When you leave your house you will be required to give the authorities your itinerary. If you deviate from it they will know and you will be detained and have to explain what you are doing. All in the name of public safty of couse.

In 1984 they had cameras watching everything. In the near future they will use microchips instead.
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It makes me sad for my kids that they will be faced with this in their lifetimes.
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You need to make sure they understand the immense responsibility they have to either accept or deny this system. If they deny it and refuse to deny Jesus Christ you should thank God your kids were tried in the most difficult of times and found to be among God's elect.
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A few seconds in the microwave should cure that problem. If not, a small drill bit certainly would. The chips are active transmitters, so they will eat batteries. If the batteries can be changed, they can be removed. You know the school knows they are in trouble when they offer to kill the chip if the girl and her family will tell everyone how wrong they were, and how great the trackers are.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


Unfortunately the battery thing is incorrect.

They have no power source in them. They are powered by RF radiation emitted by the scanning antenna.

*Bathe our children in even more RF radiation! It's good for them! (sarcasm)*

But the drill bit sure a heck would work!
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


I think this oster was implying that IF they were battery powered, the batteries can be removed. IF THEY ARE PASSIVE, MICROWAVE THEM.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


Dear AC if you would raise your child to have any common sense and decency they wouldn't need to be monitored.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15368494


Come on, peer pressure is more prevalent these days. Besides, we all skipped classes from time to time when we were in highschool.
Even if someone would raise their kids with common sense and decency, would that mean that your kids are in a saver environment? No, not at all, because we would still have kidnappers, pedofiles, etc...out there.
I remember in the 80s and 90s that there were milk boxes in USA with the faces of missing kids. I've no idea how many of them were retrieved, but i know one thing for sure: many more abducted kids would be found if they had some kind of RFID device on them! Nobody can deny this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


I began using drugs not because of peer pressure but curiosity. I searched out the sources of them. I only skipped one class my entire life. Was using cocaine by age 13. Finished schooling all the way to 12th grade. Was using crack, meth, and heroin by the time I graduated.

You assume based off of your own experiences.

This is a stepping stone to the mark.

And regarding the milk box kids, you are in denial of the fact that many of these kids in America were abducted for occult ceremonies.

From NISMART statistics....

'A survey on such a hot-button subject has obvious limitations--one may reasonably ask, for example, whether the alleged 114,600 attempted nonfamily abductions are a real phenomenon or just an indication of parental paranoia.

A couple of possibly relevant facts: (1) Stereotypical Elizabeth Smart-type kidnappings--which may involve ransom notes, violence, and so on--account for a few hundred cases per year. (2) In 1994 Canada reported 400 parental abductions per year, versus NISMART's 350,000 in the U.S.

Even accounting for differences in population, reporting methodology, mobility, etc, such a huge disparity gives one pause. '

[link to www.straightdope.com]

'Nonfamily abductions--114,600 attempts, 3,200-4,600 actual.'

'Lost, injured, or otherwise missing--438,200. Your basic lost-at-the-mall kids, for the most part.'

Back to your post, what nobody can deny is more responsible parenting would prevent these statistics.

There is no precedent for the effectiveness of RFID tech in such cases, how it would catch abducted children, and the fact that abducted children typically aren't going to school anyway has to be comprehended in regards to the original post.

More responsible parenting is the answer. Not tracking beacons so the STATE can fill your void of responsibility.
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10/11/2012 10:23 AM
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wow think it was posted like...yesterdays news

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I cant wait for this , makes me and my children feel much safer , il be able to track them at home , all warm and comfy ...
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10/11/2012 10:29 AM
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I reported this yesterday and it was ignored.

The pilot project will start small, with 100,000 students.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
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A child is a human being and not an object you fucking asshole.
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A few seconds in the microwave should cure that problem. If not, a small drill bit certainly would. The chips are active transmitters, so they will eat batteries. If the batteries can be changed, they can be removed. You know the school knows they are in trouble when they offer to kill the chip if the girl and her family will tell everyone how wrong they were, and how great the trackers are.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


Unfortunately the battery thing is incorrect.

They have no power source in them. They are powered by RF radiation emitted by the scanning antenna.

*Bathe our children in even more RF radiation! It's good for them! (sarcasm)*

But the drill bit sure a heck would work!
 Quoting: Rabid_Wolf


I think this oster was implying that IF they were battery powered, the batteries can be removed. IF THEY ARE PASSIVE, MICROWAVE THEM.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25111707


IMO, they are passive units that are powered by RF radiation. If you microwave them or put tin foil around them or drilled them, then the authorities would be alerted; due to no frequency transmission. The technology that is used can be seen in all types of CBs, hand held walki-talkies, ham radios, etc. Its called IFF (Identification Friend or Foe). The transponders in them would not have to be very powerful, due to the up-link of cell towers. My question is what is stopping the teenagers from calling in sick and pulling a Ferris Beuller on the school and leave the device at home, in bed??? Unless its a mandatory thing and they are seen outside and scanned by the authorities and found not to have this device on them....
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It makes me sad for my kids that they will be faced with this in their lifetimes.
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It makes me sad our current parents are too fucking weak to keep the system in check.
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What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


Dear AC if you would raise your child to have any common sense and decency they wouldn't need to be monitored.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15368494


Come on, peer pressure is more prevalent these days. Besides, we all skipped classes from time to time when we were in highschool.
Even if someone would raise their kids with common sense and decency, would that mean that your kids are in a saver environment? No, not at all, because we would still have kidnappers, pedofiles, etc...out there.
I remember in the 80s and 90s that there were milk boxes in USA with the faces of missing kids. I've no idea how many of them were retrieved, but i know one thing for sure: many more abducted kids would be found if they had some kind of RFID device on them! Nobody can deny this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


I began using drugs not because of peer pressure but curiosity. I searched out the sources of them. I only skipped one class my entire life. Was using cocaine by age 13. Finished schooling all the way to 12th grade. Was using crack, meth, and heroin by the time I graduated.

You assume based off of your own experiences.

This is a stepping stone to the mark.

And regarding the milk box kids, you are in denial of the fact that many of these kids in America were abducted for occult ceremonies.

From NISMART statistics....

'A survey on such a hot-button subject has obvious limitations--one may reasonably ask, for example, whether the alleged 114,600 attempted nonfamily abductions are a real phenomenon or just an indication of parental paranoia.

A couple of possibly relevant facts: (1) Stereotypical Elizabeth Smart-type kidnappings--which may involve ransom notes, violence, and so on--account for a few hundred cases per year. (2) In 1994 Canada reported 400 parental abductions per year, versus NISMART's 350,000 in the U.S.

Even accounting for differences in population, reporting methodology, mobility, etc, such a huge disparity gives one pause. '

[link to www.straightdope.com]

'Nonfamily abductions--114,600 attempts, 3,200-4,600 actual.'

'Lost, injured, or otherwise missing--438,200. Your basic lost-at-the-mall kids, for the most part.'

Back to your post, what nobody can deny is more responsible parenting would prevent these statistics.

There is no precedent for the effectiveness of RFID tech in such cases, how it would catch abducted children, and the fact that abducted children typically aren't going to school anyway has to be comprehended in regards to the original post.

More responsible parenting is the answer. Not tracking beacons so the STATE can fill your void of responsibility.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2945549


Eliminate the source of child kidnappings. In other countries children roam freely unsupervised. They walk to school and back, 5 year old girls. There is no problem. You Americans have gotten used to being afraid of chester the molestor. That is a manufactured fear just like al qaeda.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586




It's you job and responsibilty as a parent to teach your kid what is right and what is wrong. If you teach your kid right , he/she wouldn't be cutting class. If you are worried about your kid being kiddnapped ,teach em self defense.
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
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You deserve a bullet
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I always thought they would start by putting them in our drivers licenses then after a few years they'd tell us to get them imbedded to just make it easier, or for "our saftey." "Since you already carry it with you, just get it implanted! That way you don't have to carry it with you."
 Quoting: Hitokiri


Nah, your cell phone has always been the best place.
Do you like Near Field?
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.





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Although this "trend" & tracking mechanism may be real, I can't get past the fact that it came from smosh.com off all places...another do
"To expect the unexpected shows a thoroughly modern intellect."
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John Jay High School in San Antoni, Texas, has launched a new program to increase attendance. The "Student Locator Project" requires students to wear their microchip-embedded school IDs around their necks at all times and have their location tracked and monitored.


[link to www.smosh.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359347


What's wrong with this? As a parent you know that your child is in class rather than at the mall or some arcade hall. And if anything happens (e.g. kidnapping) the police can trace your child in time. There are more pros than cons.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1229586


Yeah, because a kidnapper isn't going to even think about taking the ID with a tracking systen off from around their neck...
 Quoting: Hitokiri


why couldnt the kidnapper just access the tracking tech and, lets say, sit in a nice hiding spot in a park and wait for the blip to walk by on his map?
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They should have a mass migration to other school districts that don't require a Mark of the Beast to go to school...

They have the power to move their kids to neighboring school districts if the parents care enough about this to do it, if the school looses enough students (and funding because of a decline in student enrollment) they will stop the program...

Money (numbers of students) is everything to these school districts these days...
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I cant wait for this , makes me and my children feel much safer , il be able to track them at home , all warm and comfy ...
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Until they lose their precious necklace in a fight with another teen, simply takes if off so it doesn't get in the way for premarital sex, or used in cutting a line of cocaine...

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They should have a mass migration to other school districts that don't require a Mark of the Beast to go to school...

They have the power to move their kids to neighboring school districts if the parents care enough about this to do it, if the school looses enough students (and funding because of a decline in student enrollment) they will stop the program...

Money (numbers of students) is everything to these school districts these days...
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WHAT A silly fucking avatar you have , you should be completely redded out for such a cunt avatar .. typical american throwing the bird , how great .. asshole
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umm i went to a charter school 6 years ago for highschool and to check in for attendance we had to press our thumbs against a reader that would use our thumb print and automatically check us in...as well as when we ate lunch we had a prepaid account and when we bought our schoo luch we just pressed our thumbs on a device and oaid for our foood...this shit aint nothing neww....
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I imagine that in a few years we all will be chipped. When you leave your house you will be required to give the authorities your itinerary. If you deviate from it they will know and you will be detained and have to explain what you are doing. All in the name of public safty of couse.

In 1984 they had cameras watching everything. In the near future they will use microchips instead.
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Man that sucks, I change my itinerary all the time. I will be driving down the road to go take care of something and all of sudden say screw it and make a turn and go do some thing else instead.
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They should have a mass migration to other school districts that don't require a Mark of the Beast to go to school...

They have the power to move their kids to neighboring school districts if the parents care enough about this to do it, if the school looses enough students (and funding because of a decline in student enrollment) they will stop the program...

Money (numbers of students) is everything to these school districts these days...
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WHAT A silly fucking avatar you have , you should be completely redded out for such a cunt avatar .. typical american throwing the bird , how great .. asshole
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Don't you have some Islamic masters to be bowing to?

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It makes me sad for my kids that they will be faced with this in their lifetimes.
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They will never know what it means to truly be free ever again...
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A few seconds in the microwave should cure that problem. If not, a small drill bit certainly would. The chips are active transmitters, so they will eat batteries. If the batteries can be changed, they can be removed. You know the school knows they are in trouble when they offer to kill the chip if the girl and her family will tell everyone how wrong they were, and how great the trackers are.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy

Your intent is understood and appreciated Epic Beard Guy, but just to point out, RFID technology does not need batteries because they have it worked out so that power is delivered through their antennas remotely.
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Are they a threat to the general public at large? But it is only a matter of time after they have benchmarked their system via: Pet Link and Walmart on the pallets. The human chattle is next.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25359682


Make no mistake about it. They already have the system de-bugged and ready to be implanted into humans. The intelligence agencies already have the databases ready to store the information. It's just a matter of time, and if that time takes too long, they will hurry it up with some disaster event meant to move people's minds that direction.
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what's your source?
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So what's to prevent a criminal from cutting the device out of someone's arm?

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