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Google has a new image for you to ponder in its doodle line. 

57th anniversary of the first patent on the bar code. Inventors Norman Woodland and Bernard Silver filed the patent on October 1949, and it was granted, No. 2,612,994 (pdf), on October 7, 1952. The original patent was for a system that would encode data in circles (a bulls eye pattern), so that it could be scanned in any direction. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/07/AR2009100700130.html

The bar code is just another accepted technology that while if fact might make our lives a little easier at the grocery store or library when making a purchase, also provides data collection and tracking. 

So far, we are bar code free on our personage ( as far as we know)  but at some point in the future it could happen. Nah, why not  just read and scan our eyeballs for everything?  Much better than a tattoo- too reminiscent of the Holocaust.

Here in the Homeland, as U.S. government officials now refer to the U.S.A., Iris-scanning technology, called “Norbert RealARM”  is used in nuclear facilities http://www.lanl.gov/news/newsletter/102405.pdf . Surely it is used other places as well.  Some computer geeks at google could scan your iris and everywhere you wanted to go and every purchase you made could be tracked and authorized!  Oh how about a two way iris scan to use Internet 2 and Internet 3, for authorized users only?  Possible and probable with simple programs like Skype.

Oh, conspiracy theorists can chomp on the bit as criminals cut out eyeballs for access to secured places.  Wait.  Wasn’t that in one of Dan Brown’s novels I read awhile ago?

In the long run it is probably more effective to just put a little RFID tag in something like oh- I don’t know- The H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine.  Be easy to track people’s movements in and out of a quarantine, wouldn’t it.  Or if you dropped dead and where so the Fema crews could get ya before you started leaking contaminates everywhere.

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If you want your own personal bar code – Use the CGI form from http://www.barcodesinc.com/generator/index.php  to generate a printable and scannable barcode in Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 39, Code 128 A, B, or C symbologies. This free service can be used to generate individual barcodes or called via URL’s to include inline PNG or JPEG images directly into your documents.

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Open wide, say ahhh and check out these posts on the A/H1N1 Swine Flu from Ahrcanum, where the conspiracy spreads as fast as the virus itself .   https://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/swine-flu-report/

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