Imagine being able to detect when a student boards a school bus and where in the school they are located throughout the day. This is quickly becoming reality in one San Antonio school district.
The Northside Independent School District will begin the 2012 school year by distributing ID cards enabled with radio frequency identification (RFID) chips throughout three schools and to 6,290 of its students. The main idea here is to be able to determine where any given student is at any time during the school day. That’s the main idea. The other part of this is that it could help the school district net hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of additional dollars. For more, read the full article here.
In Chapter Five of Saved By The Light, I described the contents of all of the Boxes of Knowledge that I viewed in my first near death experience. Specifically, Box 12 provided information regarding the manufacture of computer chips to be implanted in people.
I explore this topic more in depth in my self published articles called That Ain’t Nothin‘!