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RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????

 
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RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
RFID tags are meant to be microscopic tracking microchips located anywhere on the packaging of food items and you have no idea that it is there.

does anyone have any info on RFID tracking microchips ?



please, any info no matter how small badly wanted on this issue................
Anonymous Coward
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04/27/2008 10:34 AM
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
They're not on the packaging , they're in the food so we can be tracked .
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Well in the UK they do track from store to curb..
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
They're not on the packaging , they're in the food so we can be tracked .
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 397538

RFID

it's in paint for cars, no use stealing or ripping anymaore then,
it's in use to facilitate automated distribution centers

It's used as sticker to trace stolen equipment

it's embedded in officail papers like pasport

try google digital angel

You can do good things with it, but bad things as well.

please be more specific on the field you're interested in
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
They're not on the packaging , they're in the food so we can be tracked .
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 397538


I heard the microchips are a tiny dot on the food packaging


I guess they could hide the dot in the food inbetween the rice for example,but you will digest it out

The tracking chips are to catch food hoarders NOT track people
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They're not on the packaging , they're in the food so we can be tracked .
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 397538

Or programmed...
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Well in the UK they do track from store to curb..
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so the tracking chips are 100% real then ?
The Flying Dutchman

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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
duhhh.... food packaging it's stated.

These are for stock maintenance and tracing the logistics of the package up to the store, they are passive RFID, I think.

Do you have a picture ?
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RFID

it's in paint for cars, no use stealing or ripping anymaore then,
it's in use to facilitate automated distribution centers

It's used as sticker to trace stolen equipment

it's embedded in officail papers like pasport

try google digital angel

You can do good things with it, but bad things as well.

please be more specific on the field you're interested in
 Quoting: The Flying Dutchman


catching food hoarders is the field that im interested in by putting tracking micrchips on food packaging
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
duhhh.... food packaging it's stated.

These are for stock maintenance and tracing the logistics of the package up to the store, they are passive RFID, I think.

Do you have a picture ?
 Quoting: The Flying Dutchman


negative
John 3:16 (Amplified Bible)
“For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten ([a]unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.

A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precautions;the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences-Proverbs22:3
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[link to www.teslasociety.com]

U.S. Supreme Court decision (Case #369 decided June 21, 1943)

[link to www.ntesla.org]
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
duhhh.... food packaging it's stated.

These are for stock maintenance and tracing the logistics of the package up to the store, they are passive RFID, I think.

Do you have a picture ?
 Quoting: The Flying Dutchman


no i havent got a picture,im not even sure they exist


if they do exist they can be used to catch food hoarders


that means me
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
duhhh.... food packaging it's stated.

These are for stock maintenance and tracing the logistics of the package up to the store, they are passive RFID, I think.

Do you have a picture ?


no i havent got a picture,im not even sure they exist


if they do exist they can be used to catch food hoarders


that means me
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 396816

spock

All of us?
John 3:16 (Amplified Bible)
“For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten ([a]unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.

A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precautions;the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences-Proverbs22:3
<><


[link to www.teslasociety.com]

U.S. Supreme Court decision (Case #369 decided June 21, 1943)

[link to www.ntesla.org]
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and me
Monarch

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Mylar wrappin?
Anybody else with any ideas to shield?
Magnet?
John 3:16 (Amplified Bible)
“For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten ([a]unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.

A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precautions;the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences-Proverbs22:3
<><


[link to www.teslasociety.com]

U.S. Supreme Court decision (Case #369 decided June 21, 1943)

[link to www.ntesla.org]
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
sneaky bastards

have you seen those dog collars they put on animals in the wild to track them ?


and the sneaky rats have hidden technology the size of a pin head that can be used to track anything they like ?
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Mylar wrappin?
Anybody else with any ideas to shield?
Magnet?
 Quoting: Monarch


dump the packaging
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04/27/2008 10:52 AM
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buy at farmers market
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
I saw this Truther on a youtube video talking about it last night

[link to www.youtube.com]


btw

ffs, those vipers in power are sly as hell
The Flying Dutchman

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04/27/2008 10:58 AM
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
I suppose you pay cash then, the tracing line stops there.

Else it is indeed simple to link articles from the store through a unique code to a user who used his pay-chip to pay for it.

I'm pretty sure a few second microwave session renders the RFID useless, but also effects the nutrition a little.
and don't put a can in the microwave.

Is anybody aware of the old flashlight camera rebuilt to disable RFID's ?
Small EMP generator ? I can't find a decent wiring scheme/layout of such a device.
Monarch

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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
Good post OP!
Honestly, how many thought of this?
Some with ammo might have, BUT FOOD.
Sometimes we over look the obvious, or the small things!

bump hf
John 3:16 (Amplified Bible)
“For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten ([a]unique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.

A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precautions;the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences-Proverbs22:3
<><


[link to www.teslasociety.com]

U.S. Supreme Court decision (Case #369 decided June 21, 1943)

[link to www.ntesla.org]
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
I suppose you pay cash then, the tracing line stops there.


 Quoting: The Flying Dutchman


maybe,but i get the feeling that it doesnt

with this tracking tech they can trace people who buy with cash

they can already trace what you buy with credit cards anyway
the flying dutchman
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
I suppose you pay cash then, the tracing line stops there.




maybe,but i get the feeling that it doesnt

with this tracking tech they can trace people who buy with cash

they can already trace what you buy with credit cards anyway
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 396816


With a sender/receiver in the neighbourhood it will identify itself.

You just woke me up... current "mobile phone" towers can operate from ULF to UHF extreme low to high bandwidt. RFID freq. must be in there.

Now i'm gonna "photo-shop" again
[link to www.boingboing.net]

This i'm wanting to build on a small electronics print hf
The Flying Dutchman

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shield your passport with some..............tin foil

More on the disabling subject
[link to events.ccc.de]
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04/27/2008 12:04 PM
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
They are in everything, everyone and everywhere. Not only the chips, but we are all infested with morgellons among many other parasitic entities. The only way to be free of this mess we call reality is to get free of your body and this earth. Planet X will take care of that soon enough, though.
The Flying Dutchman

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They are in everything, everyone and everywhere. Not only the chips, but we are all infested with morgellons among many other parasitic entities. The only way to be free of this mess we call reality is to get free of your body and this earth. Planet X will take care of that soon enough, though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 296954

agree, planet x can be an outcome for a lot of ripened souls and a milestone in getting higher up, but also a lot will be attracted to earthly vibes and reincarnate i presume.

If you're talking about doom, here's my go at it.
Morgelons and other manure are RFID related, RFID's are EMP sensitive. I've read nice doom on GLP (where else, ghehe)on mr. Putin pushing a nuke button causing an EMP over 1/2 the globe.
So no more PC/car/tv etc, only good ol'mechanics.
BUT then also no active morgelons anymore ???
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[link to rss.xinhuanet.com]

read this article about nano-tech in our products. raidersnewsnetwork.com is a good source for this kind of stuff.
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"RFID advances help food traceability

By Ahmed ElAmin


LATEST NEWS HEADLINES
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12-Jan-2006 - Advances in RFID make the technology more useful to food processors in tracing and tracking their products."

[link to www.foodproductiondaily.com]

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"Frozen-Food Distributor Tests RFID

Having established its own RFID center, Richmond Cold Storage provides RFID testing services for a range of meat, frozen food and other products.

By Jonathan Collins

Sept. 28, 2004—Of the many manufacturers facing demands from Wal-Mart, the Department of Defense and a range of others to meet RFID tagging mandates on their shipments, some food suppliers are facing an especially tough situation.

Patrick Hughes

“There is so much moisture in meat, frozen or not, and RFID hates moisture,” says Pat Hughes, director of operations at Richmond Cold Storage Co., which is based in Richmond, Va."
[link to www.rfidjournal.com]

Links galore from the purveyors themselves:
[link to rfid.idtechex.com]



Interesting discussion thread w/ pic of RFID chip in an HK pistol:
[link to www.hk-usa.com]

Hmmmm. . . .
[link to www.whynot.net]

The Spychip essential FAQs--and answers:
[link to www.spychips.com]

Along the lines of the above and with GREAT pics of actual chips/tags as used in various consumer products, PLUS lotsa good links:
[link to www.none-o-your.biz]

[link to epic.org]

[link to rfidnas.com]

Airline food?
[link to www.rfidjournal.com]

"Hi there. We are BIG RFID and this is what we can do for your business" ($hit)
[link to www.rfidfood.com]

The title is "RFID for Animals, Food and Farming 2008-2018"
This scourge is NOT going away, folks.
For a mere $2,500, these folks will let you have their report re. the bennies and implications of RFID in PDF format--for $2,700 you can have the print copy. SCARY stuff. D@mn.
[link to www.electronics.ca]

"Don't mess with Texas!"--Instruments, that is. TI has long been a BIG player in the RFID biz:
[link to www.ti.com]

Read & enjoy. ;(
LouisWinthorpeIII

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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
Well in the UK they do track from store to curb..


so the tracking chips are 100% real then ?
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Yes, very much so........
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
thanks for the replies and links people

I am going to throw all my rice about 100 kilos in back plastic bags and dump the packaging

I am also going to pull the labels of the tinned food i have got and write on them with a marker pen about whats in them

are the microchips on the label of tinned food or on the metal can ?
LouisWinthorpeIII

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thanks for the replies and links people

I am going to throw all my rice about 100 kilos in back plastic bags and dump the packaging

I am also going to pull the labels of the tinned food i have got and write on them with a marker pen about whats in them

are the microchips on the label of tinned food or on the metal can ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 396816


I have no idea. I'd suggest getting some books on RFID, and perhaps a reader.

I remember that microwaves should kill rfid's, try some lables & stuff in the microwave, and look for any popping..

as for me, I'm thinking about getting some commercial readers....
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
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Re: RFID tracking microchips on food packaging ?????
I have no idea. I'd suggest getting some books on RFID, and perhaps a reader.

I remember that microwaves should kill rfid's, try some lables & stuff in the microwave, and look for any popping..

as for me, I'm thinking about getting some commercial readers....
 Quoting: LouisWinthorpeIII


yeah but if i cant see the tracking microchip dot how can i be sure the microwave killed it ?

I would prefer to just dump the packaging in the bin with the microchip,better safe than sorry

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