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get_real 03-18-2005 09:28 AM

HAS ANY BODY TRIED THIS?
 
www.prisonplanet.com/022904rfidtagsexplode.html

nohope187 03-18-2005 04:36 PM

Re: HAS ANY BODY TRIED THIS?
 
If the currency didn't catch fire in the microwave, then I wouldn't have any problems doing it. I don't doubt that the chips are in there, though. :-P

eddie 03-18-2005 11:43 PM

Re: HAS ANY BODY TRIED THIS?
 
no.i can only say that i did read about isotope money.money that is sort of radioactive or whatever. :-) is this for real or what?

Weishaupt 03-19-2005 01:36 AM

Re: HAS ANY BODY TRIED THIS?
 
This is BS. There's no RFID chips in the currency... yet!

Steve 04-02-2005 02:51 AM

Re: HAS ANY BODY TRIED THIS?
 
Isotope Money? If this is what I think it will be, it will not be radioactive. Instead, what they would do is to take some component of the money--the ink, say, or maybe just one small patch of ink--and make the ink from feedstock in which the ratio of the stable isotopes of carbon, C12 and C13, had been deliberately altered from the naturally occuring ratio. This is so difficult to do that counterfeiters would be defeated. However, it would also be so expensive that it would not be worthwhile doing it with ordinary money. They might, however, use it on a controlled delivery of money to criminal gangs. About 20 years ago, when I was on the other side, I suggested this technique for use in controlled deliveries of untaxed diesel to gangs who were removing the chemical markers and selling it for road use. It was rejected, not because they said it would not work, but because they said it would require a change in the law.
One bit of good news though: gold has only one stable isotope.


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