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Invisible RFID Ink Safe For Cattle And People, Company Says. This Can Be Used To Place The Mark Of The Beast On Your Forehead !

 
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Invisible RFID Ink Safe For Cattle And People, Company Says. This Can Be Used To Place The Mark Of The Beast On Your Forehead !

Here it is folks just in time for the human cattle drive and branding laws where the Anti-Christ places his ownership lable on you if you are willing...

The process developed by Somark involves a geometric array of micro-needles and an ink capsule, which is used to 'tattoo' an animal. The ink can be detected from 4 feet away.

January 10, 2007 04:49 PM

A startup company developing chipless RFID ink has tested its product on cattle and laboratory rats.
Somark Innovations announced this week that it successfully tested biocompatible RFID ink, which can be read through animal hairs. The passive RFID technology could be used to identify and track cows to reduce financial losses from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (mad cow disease) scares. Somark, which formed in 2005, is located at the Center for Emerging Technologies in St. Louis. The company is raising Series A equity financing and plans to license the technology to secondary markets, which could include laboratory animals, dogs, cats, prime cuts of meat, and military personnel.

Chief scientist Ramos Mays said the tests provide a true proof-of-principle and mitigate most of the technological risks in terms of the product's performance. "This proves the ability to create a synthetic biometric or fake fingerprint with biocompatible, chipless RFID ink and read it through hair," he said.

Co-founder Mark Pydynowski said during an interview Wednesday that the ink doesn't contain any metals and can be either invisible or colored. He declined to say what is in the ink, but said he's certain that it is 100% biocompatible and chemically inert. He also said it is safe for people and animals.

The process developed by Somark involves a geometric array of micro-needles and a reusable applicator with a one-time-use ink capsule. Pydynowski said it takes five to 10 seconds to "stamp or tattoo" an animal, and there is no need to remove the fur. The ink remains in the dermal layer, and a reader can detect it from 4 feet away.

"Conceptually, you can think of it in the same way that visible light is reflected by mirrors," he said, adding that the actual process is slightly different and proprietary.

The amount of information contained in the ink depends on the surface area available, he said. The U.S. Department of Agriculture calls for a 15-digit number to track cattle. The first three digits are "840" for the U.S. country code. The remaining digits are unique identifiers. The numbers would link to a database containing more information.

"It can say where it has been, who it has talked to, who it has eaten with, and who else it has been in contact with," Pydynowski said.

Ranchers and others in the agricultural industry can choose a covert stamping system, which would make it impossible for cattle thieves to tell which animals have been marked and easy for those checking for stolen cattle to determine a cow's source. Pydynowski said the technology is an improvement over ear tags, which can be detached from cows and other products.

The technology could verify that cuts of meat originated in a hormone-free environment, Pydynowski said, adding that consumers would destroy the system by breaking down the ink when chewing the meat. In other words, Big Brother wouldn't know whether someone ate a Big Mac or a filet mignon, according to Pydynowski's explanation. However, the government and agricultural producers and retailers could track e-coli outbreaks in spinach, he said.

The ink also could be used to track and rescue soldiers, Pydynowski said.

"It could help identify friends or foes, prevent friendly fire, and help save soldiers' lives," he said. "It's a very scary proposition when you're dealing with humans, but with military personnel, we're talking about saving soldiers' lives and it may be something worthwhile."

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You want fries with that, sir?

I'm vegetarian, so they won't be branding me with a chip. Besides I've already gotta chip on my shoulder...
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Invisible 'Radio' Tattoos Could Identify Soldiers

Somark Innovations announced biocompatible RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) ink, which can be used to tattoo cattle and laboratory rats and can be read through animal hair. It might even be used on humans eventually.

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Check out the pic in this link!

A new finding seems to come away from the science fiction, where the unknowing characters bear tracking tags.

The Saint Louis based Somark Innovations have recently developed biocompatible RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) ink, which was already been tested to tattoo cattle and laboratory rats.

The Somark's system use an array of needles to injects a passive RFID ink which can be read through animal hair.

One day, this could also be used on people.

Other RFID are already used in passports, dogs and Dutch VIP clubbers.

This new RFID technology does not contain metals and is not toxic, being 100 % biocompatible and chemically inert and the tattoos can be applied to be colored or invisible.

"The RFID ink is fully biocompatible and was safe for use in humans," said Somark Innovations co-founder Mark Pydynowski.

The Somark ID System creates a "biocompatible ink tattoo with chipless RFID functionality."

The tattoo can be made in 5 to 10 seconds with no shaving involved and can be tracked from up to 4 feet away (1.2 m).

The bigger the tattoo, the larger the information amount stored.

The new RFID ink tattoo can be employed without a model of barcode required by other RFID devices, thus the biocompatible RFID ink system is an improvement for readability rates.

When marking cattle, RFID ink tattoos are much more practical than ear tags, as these fall off up to 60-90% and are quite expensive, $2.25 (apply it to a herd of thousands).

The new technology could be employed for tracking and rescuing soldiers.

"Military personnel" is Somark's "secondary target market."

"It could help identify friends or foes, prevent friendly fire, and help save soldiers' lives," said Pydynowski.

VeriChip tags for patients are already FDA approved and have been proposed for immigrants.

But the invisible ink can also be applied onto flexible surfaces or cloths, not necessarily on tattoos.

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"It could help identify friends or foes, prevent friendly fire, and help save soldiers' lives,"


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"The tattoo can be made in 5 to 10 seconds with no shaving involved and can be tracked from up to 4 feet away (1.2 m)"

At four feet, you had better already know if they are friendlies or not!
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It doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that the real application is the entire human population, you're right regarding the four foot identification limit being of little use to combat soldiers but you can bet that the technology exists or will shortly exist to track this ink by GPS but they won't put this info in the MSM just yet.
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The New RFID Tattoo - Mark of the Beast?
[link to www.prophecyinthenews.com]

and the makers has more information:
Somark Innovations
[link to www.somarkinnovations.com]
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Thanks for those links 356738, very much appreciated.
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"It could help identify friends or foes, prevent friendly fire, and help save soldiers' lives,"


bsflag

"The tattoo can be made in 5 to 10 seconds with no shaving involved and can be tracked from up to 4 feet away (1.2 m)"

At four feet, you had better already know if they are friendlies or not!
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Mmm.. yeah.. if it stops you American dumb-heads from killing our British troops in so called 'friendly fire!' yeah.. maybe American soldiers need it.
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.
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There will be a declaration of war by a new Continental Congress when chips become mandatory. It might be time to prepare for the fight.
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"It could help identify friends or foes, prevent friendly fire, and help save soldiers' lives,"


bsflag

"The tattoo can be made in 5 to 10 seconds with no shaving involved and can be tracked from up to 4 feet away (1.2 m)"

At four feet, you had better already know if they are friendlies or not!


Mmm.. yeah.. if it stops you American dumb-heads from killing our British troops in so called 'friendly fire!' yeah.. maybe American soldiers need it.
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What you actually believed those were "accidents".

Ah the British, still don't get the Boston tea Party Joke, how can we expect them too understand "accidents"?
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You know, this gives new meaning to "mark of the beast".

"Beast" not being Satan...."Beast" being cattle.

Either way...No one should have that mark.
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.
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Yes you are right and it is so easy to see.... unless you are blinded and are not being guided and led by the Holy Spirit.
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.


Yes you are right and it is so easy to see.... unless you are blinded and are not being guided and led by the Holy Spirit.
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In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.


Yes you are right and it is so easy to see.... unless you are blinded and are not being guided and led by the Holy Spirit.

In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead
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Yes, I agree. There has been a lot of debate whether it was in or on the forehead/hand. This basically settles that doesn't it?
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.


Yes you are right and it is so easy to see.... unless you are blinded and are not being guided and led by the Holy Spirit.

In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead


Yes, I agree. There has been a lot of debate whether it was in or on the forehead/hand. This basically settles that doesn't it?
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And I the name of the company just hit me like a ton of bricks...soMARK WOW! Great post OP!
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.


Yes you are right and it is so easy to see.... unless you are blinded and are not being guided and led by the Holy Spirit.

In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead


Yes, I agree. There has been a lot of debate whether it was in or on the forehead/hand. This basically settles that doesn't it?

And I the name of the company just hit me like a ton of bricks...soMARK WOW! Great post OP!
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BUMP!
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I am speechless.....


Thanks for the message Math!

Just when you thought a chip would be the ultimate technological device to qualify for a "mark".
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"The ink also could be used to track and rescue soldiers, Pydynowski said."

"The ink can be detected from 4 feet away."

Anyone else see a problem with this? I wonder if this RFID crap can work from a lot farther away than they are telling us...
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Let's apply a little critical thought to this topic:


The passive RFID technology could be used to identify and track cows to reduce financial losses from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (mad cow disease) scares.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


Exactly how does 'ink chipping' a cow reduce this risk?


The company is raising Series A equity financing and plans to license the technology to secondary markets, which could include laboratory animals, dogs, cats, prime cuts of meat, and military personnel.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


Read the above sentence again and then again. "Military personnel"


The ink remains in the dermal layer, and a reader can detect it from 4 feet away.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


If the reader is only effective 4 feet away, what good is it when tracking a cow out in a field or locating the cow when stolen?


The numbers would link to a database containing more information. "It can say where it has been, who it has talked to, who it has eaten with, and who else it has been in contact with," Pydynowski said.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


What is this database? Who the cow has talked to? Who the cow has eaten with? With whom the cow has been in contact? The cow OR people?


Ranchers and others in the agricultural industry can choose a covert stamping system, which would make it impossible for cattle thieves to tell which animals have been marked and easy for those checking for stolen cattle to determine a cow's source. Pydynowski said the technology is an improvement over ear tags, which can be detached from cows and other products.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


That's why we have used branding for, oh, ever. I go back to the 4 feet away issue. One must first locate the thief before locating the cow if the tracking is only effective from 4 feet.


The technology could verify that cuts of meat originated in a hormone-free environment, Pydynowski said, adding that consumers would destroy the system by breaking down the ink when chewing the meat.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


Are we so sure about this claim?


In other words, Big Brother wouldn't know whether someone ate a Big Mac or a filet mignon, according to Pydynowski's explanation. However, the government and agricultural producers and retailers could track e-coli outbreaks in spinach, he said.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


Now they want to 'ink chip' spinach??? Pray tell the cost of this little venture. Basically, they are suggesting that all our food be 'ink chipped'. I wonder the cumulative effects of all this ink in our systems.


The ink also could be used to track and rescue soldiers, Pydynowski said.
 Quoting: Chip in the hand or mark on fo 357201


Track and rescue from 4 feet away??


"It could help identify friends or foes, prevent friendly fire, and help save soldiers' lives," he said. "It's a very scary proposition when you're dealing with humans, but with military personnel, we're talking about saving soldiers' lives and it may be something worthwhile."
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Identify friends or foes? This calls for all[/] "friends" to be 'ink chipped' including soldier's from other countries who might be fighting with you.

Prevent friendly fire? Umm...how exactly would 'ink chipping' accomplish this goal, especially at only 4 feet away?



These are just a few initial thoughts about this most absurd "technology".

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"The ink also could be used to track and rescue soldiers, Pydynowski said."

"The ink can be detected from 4 feet away."

Anyone else see a problem with this? I wonder if this RFID crap can work from a lot farther away than they are telling us...
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No doubt a lot further than 4 feet
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The sheeple aren't paying attention, this marking system is a fulfillment of Revelation, then again only the wise blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit will understand the significance of this.


Yes you are right and it is so easy to see.... unless you are blinded and are not being guided and led by the Holy Spirit.

In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead


Yes, I agree. There has been a lot of debate whether it was in or on the forehead/hand. This basically settles that doesn't it?

And I the name of the company just hit me like a ton of bricks...soMARK WOW! Great post OP!
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Yes you are right on - soMARK! First they are marking the beasts - cows. Next the people.

soMARK- Mark of the beast! The cows
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Just wonderful. First cloned meat, now this ink thing on it. I think a lot of us are going to go on super diets.

BTW, a short time ago Veri-Chip put all their products into the Xmark name. Now this company, with 'mark' in the name, as well.

And look at this from their website:

[link to www.somarkinnovations.com]

"Somark has received funding from Med-Pharmex Animal Health and the St. Louis Arch Angels."

Funded by arch angels !!!!!
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When you think about this...a person could get rid of a chip by cutting it out of his hand. Wouldn't leave a very big or noticeable scar.

But the way this is described, it would be impossible to get rid of once you accepted it.

It probably would be a large (rather than small) design to accommodate all the info that would be on it - therefore no one would cut out a large portion of the skin in order to be free of it.

Beyond frightening.
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In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead
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It could be an implant and/or an imprint. The bottom line is that Americans should draw a line in the sand. We take back our country if they cross it. We throw a modern version of the Boston Tea Party if they push this on us.
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In my opinion this is a lot closer to the "mark" than any chip which in implanted below the skin and could never be put in the forehead

It could be an implant and/or an imprint. The bottom line is that Americans should draw a line in the sand. We take back our country if they cross it. We throw a modern version of the Boston Tea Party if they push this on us.
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Boston Tea Party?? What about a full on Declaration of Independence:

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If any man worships the beast and his image, and receives his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture...And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever..

We already have a population with an ardent devotion or adoration for (worship) money.....Do people not look up to the ultra-wealthy? The BEAST is money...Many are going to pay, eternally.
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Besides I've already gotta chip on my shoulder...
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LOL me too
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