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DARPA funded - Wireless Sensor Networks - This will scare you

 
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I watched a program recently and they said that the moment someone is reported as missing these days, the police will receive the equivalent of more than 500 pages of information about the person almost immediately. Their recent whereabouts, patterns of movements, what they buy/stocked up on, who their friends and associates are, bank accounts, credit statements, who they have spoken to, emails/texts/websites etc. You name it. It's not a nice pleasant world we live in.
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The future is going to e a very scary place... hmm
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It's already here. The cell phone is highly productive for DARPA's purposes. I've heard it called "The snitch in your pocket"!
The age of singularity is just about here. And people like Mr. Kerry even wrote papers on how "it was a good thing" !Check out the new brain mapping program. Interfacing now a days is very easy. Not my forte', but it's well beyond what you would imagine.

DARPA used to have a video a long time ago on what their objectives were and how it would be done. Scary stuff!
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The future is going to e a very scary place... hmm
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It's already here. The cell phone is highly productive for DARPA's purposes. I've heard it called "The snitch in your pocket"!
The age of singularity is just about here. And people like Mr. Kerry even wrote papers on how "it was a good thing" !Check out the new brain mapping program. Interfacing now a days is very easy. Not my forte', but it's well beyond what you would imagine.

DARPA used to have a video a long time ago on what their objectives were and how it would be done. Scary stuff!
 Quoting: Monarch


Even the everyday stuff we use is getting scary as far as invasion of privacy...

"Color uses your iPhone's or Android phone's microphone to detect when people are in the same room. The data on ambient noise is combined with color and lighting information from the camera to figure out who's inside, who's outside, who's in one room, and who's in another, so the app can auto-generate spontaneous temporary social networks of people who are sharing the same experience.
Another app discussed is, Shopkick, which gives people rewards for walking into certain stores. While you might think it could accomplish what it needs with GPS, apparently the stores in question have special devices that emit sounds that you can't hear, the microphone on your phone can pick up, thus "confirming" that you really entered the store."


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If you want to know the answer to this just look at your new green lightbulb, it has an FCC Reg. number because all electronics that emit a signal are required to be FCC approved. They transmit and read other WiFi signal DUH---
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If you want to know the answer to this just look at your new green lightbulb, it has an FCC Reg. number because all electronics that emit a signal are required to be FCC approved. They transmit and read other WiFi signal DUH---
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Unscrew them, use candles tounge
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Texas has legislation pending that will allow people to opt out of SmartMeters! I can't wait to get mine off my house.
Meanwhile, you can block the smartmeter signal from entering your house using plain aluminum screening. My meter is located on the other side of my master bedroom closet. I covered that wall with aluminum screen. They can monitor my usage but nothing's coming toward my house at least.
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I am the CEO of 3 Home Health and Senior Care Corporations and this is something that would have a DIRECT impact on my clients. I love how they make it seem like an amazing innovation and the sheeple go right along with it not realizing the multitude of ways this could be used to turn them into absolute slaves. Our lives are already overmonitored and no one's life is their own anymore with huge corporations whose sole purpose is compiling BIG DATA on EACH Citizen. It starts with the smart meter and ends with you in prison. THIS post needs to be pinned and I am throwing this out on LinkedIn for my professional contacts to see. Great catch OP!


obigbro
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Hey I'm in home health as well. Where are you? I'm in Texas... We have remote monitoring for our patients via a box with a BP cuff etc on it. They measure each day and it repoorts in via regualr phone line or cell signal, and I've always said the patient is the weakest link in that because they have to actily use it.
That being said, I don't liekl any kind of covert looking...

How can I find you on LinkIn? I'm on that too...
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If you want to know the answer to this just look at your new green lightbulb, it has an FCC Reg. number because all electronics that emit a signal are required to be FCC approved. They transmit and read other WiFi signal DUH---
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There was an article about 3+ yrs ago (cannot remember which state, but was a northern mid-west state, Minnesota or Wisconsin).

The basis of it was that people's mood can be influenced by the frequency that lights put off. They real interesting part was the light could change the frequency by the power supplied to the house.
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Texas has legislation pending that will allow people to opt out of SmartMeters! I can't wait to get mine off my house.
Meanwhile, you can block the smartmeter signal from entering your house using plain aluminum screening. My meter is located on the other side of my master bedroom closet. I covered that wall with aluminum screen. They can monitor my usage but nothing's coming toward my house at least.
 Quoting: ITZCOMING


FYI- smart meters work by creating a mesh network. That is if the power company has a reciever on a light pole in a neighborhood, all of the smart meters that are not in line of sight to the reciever, actually will transmit to another smart meter until it reaches a meter that does have line of site.

Remember when they first were installed, people were getting bills that were 4-5 times larger than before. That is because of other meters transmitted to it, but their meter didnt seperate the usage of the other meters so it looked like that meter used all of power.

Better wrap the entire house with foil!! We are in the same boat, not fun.
In every operation, whether planning it or executing it, you can never count on luck; but you have to accept it, and recognize it when itís there.
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:bertwoah:
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What is a Darpa? Oh that's the thing that pisses off the NASA.

Darpa? A bug.

Me? Thing that squashes bug.


Haha...you can't catch me, jump higher bitch!
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Bump to read later.
you didn't write that post, someone else did it for you!
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Texas has legislation pending that will allow people to opt out of SmartMeters! I can't wait to get mine off my house.
Meanwhile, you can block the smartmeter signal from entering your house using plain aluminum screening. My meter is located on the other side of my master bedroom closet. I covered that wall with aluminum screen. They can monitor my usage but nothing's coming toward my house at least.
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More info please on the smart meter Leg.

Thanks
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Texas has legislation pending that will allow people to opt out of SmartMeters! I can't wait to get mine off my house.
Meanwhile, you can block the smartmeter signal from entering your house using plain aluminum screening. My meter is located on the other side of my master bedroom closet. I covered that wall with aluminum screen. They can monitor my usage but nothing's coming toward my house at least.
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More info please on the smart meter Leg.

Thanks
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hearing was yesterday:
[link to www.bantexassmartmeters.com]
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Wi-Fi signals enable gesture recognition throughout entire home

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june 4 2013

Researchers have shown itís possible to leverage Wi-Fi signals around us to detect specific movements without needing sensors on the human body or cameras.

By using an adapted Wi-Fi router and a few wireless devices in the living room, users could control their electronics and household appliances from any room in the home with a simple gesture.

ďThis is repurposing wireless signals that already exist in new ways,Ē said lead researcher Shyam Gollakota, a UW assistant professor of computer science and engineering. ďYou can actually use wireless for gesture recognition without needing to deploy more sensors.Ē

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related but older-

Using WiFi to see through walls
[link to www.extremetech.com]

Seeing Through Walls With a Wireless Router
[link to www.popsci.com]

Breathe Easy:

Itís possible to detect a personís breathing rate by surrounding him with radio waves. Neal Patwariís wireless engineering group at the University of Utah designed a network of 20 inexpensive radio transmitters that are placed around a patientís bed. Then they created an algorithm that detects a stationary personís breaths better than current detectors do. Patwari plans to upgrade the algorithm by the end of the year to filter out body movements too. The system could someday be used in hospitals in place of tubes and masks.



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Wi-Fi signals enable gesture recognition throughout entire home

[link to www.washington.edu]

june 4 2013

Researchers have shown itís possible to leverage Wi-Fi signals around us to detect specific movements without needing sensors on the human body or cameras.

By using an adapted Wi-Fi router and a few wireless devices in the living room, users could control their electronics and household appliances from any room in the home with a simple gesture.

ďThis is repurposing wireless signals that already exist in new ways,Ē said lead researcher Shyam Gollakota, a UW assistant professor of computer science and engineering. ďYou can actually use wireless for gesture recognition without needing to deploy more sensors.Ē

...



related but older-

Using WiFi to see through walls
[link to www.extremetech.com]

Seeing Through Walls With a Wireless Router
[link to www.popsci.com]

Breathe Easy:

Itís possible to detect a personís breathing rate by surrounding him with radio waves. Neal Patwariís wireless engineering group at the University of Utah designed a network of 20 inexpensive radio transmitters that are placed around a patientís bed. Then they created an algorithm that detects a stationary personís breaths better than current detectors do. Patwari plans to upgrade the algorithm by the end of the year to filter out body movements too. The system could someday be used in hospitals in place of tubes and masks.



IMAGE ( [link to www.popsci.com] )

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Thanks for adding
In every operation, whether planning it or executing it, you can never count on luck; but you have to accept it, and recognize it when itís there.
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Now the USPS will collect data using sensors and perform analytics .

Thread: USPS to use sensors to collect data while delivering your mail.
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OP, do us a favour and upload the .pdf to scribd.
Sorry, but there is NO WAY i'm gonna download a random link to a pdf...
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It's a legit link. I scanned it with Kaspersky. I would post it but it's 28 pages and I think that would piss off people LOL
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Did you know Kaspersky is a Russian company?
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They're installing these smart meters all over my city now. I'm scheduled for July. I don't want one. What can I do?
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pay $75 and $10 per month
or
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digital stuff actually makes me feel heavy my body turns into defense mode when theres a dect phone near my body nasty stuff and it will get worse by the times passes.
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