Chemtrails May Contain Bio-Engineered RFID Chips in the Form of Nano-Fibres, Forced Transhumanism is Here
*****UPDATE 8th Feb 2012*****
The following presentation by Sofia Smallstorm centres around the phenomena that is 'Chemtrails' the lingering, clouds of matter that seem to be filling the skies around the world these days.
There are many hypothesis surrounding this subject from mind control to a connection with HAARP and the link to transhumanism, the latter being something I believe to be one of the most important.
I watched the following video and listened to Sofia talking about the bio-engineering connection to Chemtrails and the fact that gels had reportedly rained down after chemtrail spraying, probably the most widely reported was the Joplin Tornado incident, where residents had contracted a strange fungal infection called mucormycosis, she mentioned after having these gels analysed in a laboratory, nano fibres, crystals, red blood cells and semi conductors had been found.
If we then take a look at an overview of RFID components, particularly the passive RFID chips, its conceivable to believe the Nano Fibres mentioned above coupled with the other components mentioned might actually come together to create a nano-scale passive RFID chip inside our bodies:
Tags are the heart of an RFID system, because they store the information that describes the object being tracked. Specific object information is stored in the memory of tags and is accessed via the radio signal of RFID readers.
Data is transferred between a tag and a reader via low-power radio waves, which are tuned to the same frequency. To obtain information from a tag, a transceiver must send a signal to the RFID tag, causing the tag to transmit its information to the transceiver. The transceiver then reads the signal, converts it to a digital format, and transmits it to a designated application such as an inventory management system.
Tags may be active or passive and read-only, write-once, or read-write. Below is a description of each:
Active tags have a battery, which runs the microchip's circuitry and enables the tags to send a stronger signal to the reader, and have a read range of approximately 100 feet.
Read-only tags contain data, such as a serialized tracking numbers, which are pre-written onto them by the tag manufacturer or distributor. Read-only tags are generally the least expensive, because they cannot have any additional information included as they move throughout the supply chain. Any updates to that information have to be maintained in the application software that tracks the stock unit's movement and activity.
Write-once tags enable a user to write data to the tag one time during production or distribution. This information can be a serial number or other data, such as a lot or batch number. Full read-write tags allow new data to be written to the tag as needed and written over the original data.
Readers and Antennas
RFID readers are devices that convert radio waves from RFID tags into a form that can be passed to middleware software. An RFID tag reader uses antennas to communicate with the RFID chip. Reader
Both middleware and software applications are required in an RFID environment. A major issue for companies seeking to implement an RFID solution is the lack of sufficient middleware to link RFID systems and enterprise applications. Middleware software or applications are needed to manage the flow of data from readers and send the data to back-end management systems. RFID middleware assist with the following:
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