No, you’re not crazy. Windows may start talking to you in your sleep soon if a new high frequency messaging technology is implemented. Sky Deutschland is now considering the use of HAARP-like technology to deploy propaganda directly into train passengers’ heads. The trains have a device connected to the glass windows so when a passenger rests his head on it — which most people do — a black box ...Read full article...
The former member of the U.S. Joint Chiefs is being investigated for leaking classified information about a cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear program, reports NBC. The network, citing legal sources, indicated that the retired General James Cartwright, 63, is reportedly being investigated for leaking information about a U.S. attack with a computer virus called Stuxnet, which was launched against Iran’s nuclear facilities. In June 2012 The New York Times ...Read full article...
An overwhelming majority of US and Canadian citizens are entirely unaware that an especially dangerous device has been attached to their homes. While installation of “smart meters” across North America has continued apace since 2009 the health effects such devices pose have yet to be fully realized. Left unaddressed the broad use and continued deployment of such equipment will almost certainly influence human health for many generations to come. ...Read full article...
As a multitude of hazardous wireless technologies are deployed in homes, schools and workplaces, government officials and industry representatives continue to insist on their safety despite growing evidence to the contrary. A major health crisis looms that is only hastened through the extensive deployment of “smart grid” technology. In October 2009 at Florida Power and Light’s (FPL) solar energy station President Barack Obama announced that $3.4 billion of the ...Read full article...
Biometrics And RFID Tracking is all over British Education? and tracking devices are sold like candy In 2001, a decision was made by the Information Commissioner’s Office that schools using biometric systems did not breach the Data Protection Act. This decision gave Britain the accolade of being the first country in the world to commercially market biometric technology to UK schools. In the UK, schools hold masses of data ...Read full article...