The Hidden Enslavement Agenda of Technological
[Editor's Note: Robin Kaufman posted this U.K. Times online
article because she immediately recognized the dangers and potential damage
to living beings that could ensue from the wonderful, new 'advancement'
being touted in this thinly veiled promo piece. Big Brother enslavement
technologies are always introduced to the public offering superficial
reasons of security or convenience (embedded chips for tracking your kids,
or waving your arm over the checkout counter to complete your purchase,
etc. ). The real purpose of such technological 'advancements' is ENSLAVEMENT:
tracking, monitoring, surveillance, and most significantly-mind control.
I can only hope that dedicated people who are reading this will take the
time to write to NTT corporate offices around the world-especially in Japan-and
tell them exactly where they can shove their "Red Tacton" system.
You would be surprised if you knew just how quickly Japanese corporate types
get rattled by negative consummer mail. Naturally, only the very top of
the corporate pyramid is privy to the hidden agenda ..Ken]
By Leo Lewis, Times online (U.K.)
July 15, 2005
Forward courtesy of Keith Bandimere <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 8:17 AM
Subject: [ISD] Future Approaching
Hi Guys and Gals...
This is what I intended to send last week. Apparently the
system ditched it. Can you imagine what this would do to the human energy
Human body is the best computer, say scientists
If you spend hours downloading songs to your iPod, the days
of fiddling around with wires are coming to an end.
A Japanese company has discovered that the best cables may
be your arms and legs.
According to NTT Laboratories, your whole body is the perfect
conductor for electronic data, meaning that information such as music and
films could be downloaded in seconds via your elbow.
NTT, and the team of scientists that invented the "Red
Tacton" system, envisage a future in which the human body acts as a
non-stop conduit for information.
Wireless networks and devices, often hampered by intermittent
service, will eventually be replaced, NTT says, by "human area
The developers are convinced the new technology will be "highly
disruptive" - undermining existing wireless industries.
Field tests are under way, and the first commercial appearance
of Red Tacton is expected next year.
The Red Tacton chips will be embedded in machines and contain
a transmitter and receiver built to send and accept data stored in a digital
The chip then takes any type of file, such as an MP3 music
file or email, and converts it into a format that takes the form of digital
pulses that can be passed and read through a human being's electric field.
The chip in the receiving device reads these tiny changes and converts the
file back into its original form.
With Red Tacton sensors miniaturised and built into every
type of device and product, the list of potential uses is endless, said
Hideki Sakamoto of NTT.
By simply touching an advertising poster, for example, product
information and an order form could be sent to your laptop.
Shake hands with a new contact, and every detail that would
normally appear on a business card will leap across your arms and download
itself to your mobile phone.
Because the data transfer between Red Tacton machines involves
no dial-up or logging-in, the transfer of information is virtually instantaneous.
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