RFID for Beginners

Written by Amie Kandowski

RFID technology is used frequently today and has been around sincerepparttar 1920s, but not many people know about, or understand it. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification and is used to store and retrieve information. This information is stored and retrieved using RFID tags or transponders. RFID tags are small and can be incorporated into many products. The tags have antennas that allow them to receive and respond to radio-frequency queries from an RFID transceiver.

Two Types of RFID Tags

There are two types of RFID tags; active tags, and passive tags. Passive tags do not have their own power supply, but rather receive their power from a tiny electrical current present inrepparttar 143163 antenna that is induced by an incoming radio frequency scan. Because ofrepparttar 143164 small power present inrepparttar 143165 system, passive RFID tags are used only in short distances (such as an ID card).

Active RFID tags have a power source and therefore are much stronger and can be used over larger distances and are therefore more highly effective. Active RFID tags also haverepparttar 143166 potential to store more information than their passive counterparts. Some active RFID tags have a battery life of up to ten years.

The System of RFID

RFID works off of a system that relies on tags, tag readers, tag programming stations, sorting equipment, circulation readers, and tag inventory wands. RFID is generally used in security, because security gates are programmed to readrepparttar 143167 RFID tags and then either open or close accordingly. The system helpsrepparttar 143168 information be easily transmitted via an RFID device. Systems have evolved overrepparttar 143169 years along with RFID chips. The hope is that RFID will one day be available to everyone (meaning consumers) because it will be more efficient and cost effective to implement RFID processes.

ML - CHI - Zadok and the Making of Gold

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

ATOMIC HIGH-SPIN TECHNOLOGY: - In 1950 B.C. there was a priest-king in Salem who understoodrepparttar 'highward fire-stone' according to Gardner in 'Genesis ofrepparttar 143162 Grail Kings'. His name was Melchizedek, and there is a secret or inner sanctum group of Mormons who follow his lead. The Mason (Joseph Smith was a 33rd Degree Mason, Brigham Young was a Mason too.) who founded this religion followed a path tred frequently inrepparttar 143163 expansion of esoteric manipulation. It continues to this very day withrepparttar 143164 OTO offshoots, Scientology and many other cults who believe in some very 'freaky' things. Most ofrepparttar 143165 lay people will never get to knowrepparttar 143166 ulterior motives of those who lead such organizations. The whole ofrepparttar 143167 United States is one of their experiments according to many authors who have done excellent research inrepparttar 143168 matter. We will leave that portion ofrepparttar 143169 issue untilrepparttar 143170 next segment even though it isn't much of a 'mystery'. There are many things a reader should consider before jumping (or attempting to) across that chasm.

"As to whyrepparttar 143171 fire-stone was called 'highward' byrepparttar 143172 ancient Mesopotamians, we shall now discover as we enterrepparttar 143173 realm of high-spin metallurgy. {Solomon was a very adept person in metallurgy and other things of this order known as Rosicrucianism or Christian 'mystery schools' ofrepparttar 143174 Masonic 'octopus'. I use ‘octopus’ as a way of trying not to have to list names and titles that would fill this book.}


Before commencing this section, it must be stressed that because ofrepparttar 143175 potentially dangerous nature of an enterprise which deals with high-spin atoms,repparttar 143176 explanations will be purposefully veiled and guarded. The following is, therefore, presented as a general overview, without detailing specific weights, temperatures, conditions or laboratory burn-times. This will prevent any ill-advised experimentation by unqualified enthusiasts and will avoidrepparttar 143177 contravention of prevailing international patents which governrepparttar 143178 practice. {Yes, Modern science is able to dorepparttar 143179 alchemical 'Great Work' as a purely physical thing now.}

To begin, we should consider statements concerningrepparttar 143180 Philosophers' Stone made byrepparttar 143181 alchemists Lapidus and Eirenaeus Philalethes: 'The Philosophers' Stone is no stone, but a powder withrepparttar 143182 power to transmute base metals into gold and silver,' (25) and,

The stone which is to berepparttar 143183 transformer of metals into gold must be sought inrepparttar 143184 precious metals in which it is enclosed and contained. It is called a stone by virtue of its fixed nature, and it resistsrepparttar 143185 action of fire as successfully as any stone - but its appearance is that of a very fine powder, impalpable torepparttar 143186 touch (imperceptible, like talcum powder), fragrant as to smell, in potency a most penetrative spirit, apparently dry, and yet unctuous, and easily capable of tingeing a plate of metal. The stone does not exist in nature, but has to be prepared by art, in obedience to nature's laws. Thus, you see our stone is made of gold alone, yet it is not common gold. (26)

Each of these testimonies refers torepparttar 143187 enigmatic stone being, in actuality, a fine powder, and in talking ofrepparttar 143188 precious metals within whichrepparttar 143189 stone is contained, modern practitioners refer not only to gold and silver but also to those metals which compriserepparttar 143190 platinum group. These metals, along with platinum itself, are palladium {Remember this when we get to cold fusion, underrepparttar 143191 Lithium heading.}, iridium, osmium, rhodium and ruthenium - and because of their ultimate strengths they are used in surgical, optical and dental instruments, crucibles and thermo-couples, machine-bearings, electrical switch contacts and all manner of precision devices down torepparttar 143192 tipping of needles and pen-nibs.

The metal that, in jewellery manufacture, is commonly known as 'white gold' is an alloy of gold coupled with palladium, which is said to have been first discovered in Brazil, California andrepparttar 143193 Urals in 1803, and was named afterrepparttar 143194 asteroid Pallas in that year. Iridium, osmium and rhodium are also givenrepparttar 143195 same date of discovery, with ruthenium following in 1843. However,repparttar 143196 platinum-group metals were not truly discovered inrepparttar 143197 nineteenth century, this was at least one of them, namely iridium, was rediscovered, for iridium was originally a key fire-stone of ancient Sumer. Because of its bright silvery colour andrepparttar 143198 then non-invention of its latter-day name (applied in 1803 by virtue of its iridescence),repparttar 143199 mysteriously described shining metal was long presumed fromrepparttar 143200 old records to have been tin.

Iridium is a very rare element on Earth, but geologists have discovered its existence in quantities up to thirty timesrepparttar 143201 norm in crust layers where extraterrestrial meteorites containingrepparttar 143202 substance have landed inrepparttar 143203 distant past. (27) Iridium is, therefore, not so uncommon outside our own planet {He later notes that rhodium and iridium make up 5% ofrepparttar 143204 brain's clarified weight and suggests our alien ancestors needed it to maintain their power or Divine nature. This is one reason for eating live animal pineal glands to enhance psychic ability. If those ‘animals’ have some of their own DNA it is better; so you might know why they harvest fetal material from Scarlet Women now.} The Sumerians and ancient Egypt clearly knew aboutrepparttar 143205 properties of gold and of how to alloy it with other noble metals. The Master Craftsmen were adepts too inrepparttar 143206 workings of iridium, which just like gold, could be taken torepparttar 143207 exotic 'highward' state ofrepparttar 143208 'shem-an-na'.

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