Begin forwarded message:
> From: Maria Sucur <maria_sucur(a)bigpond.com>
> Date: 6 May 2017 at 10:46:44 am AWST
> To: Patrik D'haeseleer <patrikd(a)gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Biohackers] Human RFID Microchip Maz99 - YouTube
> Check out the following website about non consensual microchips as they do exist.
> I've seen that other website, thank you.
> It was a rfid specialist from a reputable organisation and it was a free consult.
> Maria Sucur
>> On 6 May 2017, at 3:22 am, Patrik D'haeseleer <patrikd(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Wow, that is an awesome resource, Hol - excellent!
>>> On Fri, May 5, 2017 at 9:17 AM, <hol(a)gaskill.com> wrote:
>>> just reposting the top comment from the youtube video:
>>> can you share the info of the person who gave the consultation?
>>>> On 2017-05-04 18:48, Maria Sucur wrote:
>>>> Hi guys
>>>> Further to my previous email. It's 933mhz frequency. I made a mistake!
>>>> The below link is the rfid consult.
>>>> Kind regards
>>>> Maria Sucur
>>>> Biohackers mailing list
>>> Biohackers mailing list
I have a passive 125mghz radio frequency Microchip which was confirmed by a RFID technician (I have the consult recorded). After numerous X-rays it still can't be located hence I am seeking information on an alternative on how to destroy the antenna? Or is there another solution?
Thanking you in advance.
The Free Society Conference (FSCONS) are looking for speakers to come to
Sweden in November. Perhaps someone here might be interested in going?
Hopefully this isn't an inappropriate place to ask. The deadline for
proposals is July 15th (this Wednesday).
The topics of the tracks this year are:
* Keepers of Culture
* Everyday Crypto
* P2P Society
* Groundbreaking User Experience
Conference info: https://fscons.org/2015/
Submit a proposal: https://frab.fscons.org/en/fscons2015/cfp/session/new
More about the conf:
FSCONS is a non-profit, progressive, and intimate conference that was
founded by Free Software groups in 2007 and has taken place in
Universities around Gothenburg every year since.
Around 300 people participate. Past topics include
cryptocurrency taxation, secure digital democracy, open source ecology,
and distributed communications. Past keynotes have included Richard
Stallman and Glyn Moody.
Keynotes this year are Ken MacLeod (Scottish Science Fiction Author) and
Birgitta Jónsdóttir (elected Icelandic Pirate Party MP). Werner Koch of
GnuPG will also speak.
Sam (FSCONS Volunteer)
On Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 11:11 AM, Steve Bloom <stevebloom55(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Bins for this purpose are free and there are instructional signs and
> notices available that can be modified as needed and then printed out.
Aha - I was hoping that might be the case.
Signage doesn't solve everything, of course. But having a friendly reminder
at just the right time and place can make a huge difference.
We could also make a little 3x3' cage for the cardboard, to facilitate
keeping it in one tidy bundle and tying it up with rope.
I just threw several dozen bottles and cans in the recycling bins. If
someone wants to pick them out and cash them in, feel free!
There's a big blue recycling bin in CCL that I originally bought because
the Fermentation Station said they wanted more bottles. But inevitably, I'm
the one who winds up having to empty and clean that bin every week anyway.
So - IT'S FREE SEASON ON EVERYTHING WITH A CA REFUND VALUE! If the
Fermentation station empties the bin in CCL, that's great. If someone else
wants to come empty it on a regular basis, that's just fine with me too.
Just don't leave a mess for us to deal with afterwards. Please put all
non-refund recyclables in the small recycling bins, and all non-recyclables
in the black trash bin.
Jenny (CC'd) would love a thin slice of Kombucha starter to make a Xmas
card out of it. Do you guys have some to spare? Will anyone be around this
weekend? Otherwise she may drop by your meeting on Monday.
Hi Fermentation peeps,
Just wanted to give you a heads-up that we will be having an event in CCL
this evening at 7pm. So it would be really appreciated if the fermentation
meetup could wrap up a little early today, so we can start setting up the
space around 6:30.
We'll be hosting a vegan cheese & beer tasting for some of our IndieGogo
donors and members of the Real Vegan Cheese team. I would prefer not to
have random walk-ins during the event, but I expect there may be some
leftover beer and cheeses to taste afterwards.