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Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by UCHEEKYMONKEY, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    UCHEEKYMONKEY R.I.P - gone but never forgotten. Gold Member

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    Ever worry about your wife cheating?

    Want to know where your daughter is late at night?

    Need to know when your girlfriend's temperature is rising?:biggrin

    Well now you can with pants that are GPS enabled:ohmy

    Is this what Arroryn was inventing:oops:

    forget-me-not-pants
     
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  2. AJ

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    Cheek you just have too much time on your hands
     
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    lmao wow.
     
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    Mr.Cheeks 1st ever Gold Member! Gold Member

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    Monkey - do hope the MI6 do not get hold of your computer
     
  5. Bluerinse
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    I wonder how the electronics and battery will fare in the washing m/c and dryer :rolleyes:
     
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  7. wizard

    wizard Petabyte Poster

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    Of course then you get these kind of people, so predictable:
     
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  8. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    UCHEEKYMONKEY R.I.P - gone but never forgotten. Gold Member

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    Actually it's a Hoax!

    But it's amazing the amount of people out there who believe something like this exist. Just because it's got a website!

    AJ - No I have very little free time these days even for CF.8)

    Just wanted to prove a point.8)
     
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  9. Bluerinse
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    People like to believe things which amuse them and that web site, although it's not full of information, does have a really nice arty look about it. I wager the art students got high marks for creating it, good on them.
     
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  10. Mitzs
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    The only thing is that it not that far fetched. They had a thing on tv about doing that stuff to our brave service people uniforms. Can't remember why though.:blink

    So you can bet someone is working on something like that somewhere. But underwear? That is just very disturbing. :eek:
     
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  11. Bluerinse
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    Hmmm, I would prefer to say *intriguing* :twisted:
     
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  12. Mitzs
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    Mitzs Ducktape Goddess

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    I can't see anything intriguing about that unless the dam thing is vibrating.:dry
     
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  13. Bluerinse
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    That may be a new feature in SP1 :ohmy
     
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    wizard Petabyte Poster

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  15. nugget
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    No.
    Don't have one.
    I just stick the "thermometer" in.:eek:
     
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  16. BobT

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    Hi All – Following on from knicker tagging - I've been reading a rather interesting article in some obscure, but apparently well-respected scientific journal I borrowed from the local university library. Apparently the Indian government are already experimenting with the tagging of the population by integration of the necessary technology into clothing. It's still in the early stages of testing, a sort of Beta version. Their top scientists developed a sort of 'elongated' micro-chip. Imagine a very stretched CPU. They managed to reduce it to the thickness of a single thread. Very impressive. To achieve this small cross-section it was necessary, obviously, to make it quite long. 'Quite long' being relative, I guess. It's actually 150mm long. The thread is powered by the tiny electric impulses that your skin/body produces. These impulses vary in strength at different parts of the body and can fluctuate depending on the time of day. The most consistent micro-voltages are around the waist area/centre of the body. The 'superthread' will be inserted in a belt or the waistband of a garment. I don't quite understand the technology, but then again, if I did, I probably wouldn't be sat here writing about it. The technology was referred to as (rough translation) 'thread technology', (I wonder how much they paid somebody to come up with THAT brilliant name!! ) I suppose if they use it quickly they might change the name to hyper-thread, which could lead to copyright issues with Intel. Apologies, I'm wandering off the point. They are able to program individual identification details into? onto? these processors. These details are similar to those proposed for inclusion on the ID cards that may be introduced here in the UK. The details are read from the chip by walking through a scanner similar to those used for airport security. I have to say that walking through a scanner appeals to me considerably more than pressing my face against a box and having a probing light scanning my irises. Very uncomfortable/invasive. As per usual, with modern technology, there have been concerns raised re security issues. Even more, as per usual, government say "We are aware of possible security issues and these are being addressed". That's that sorted out then!! Whilst I'm impressed by the technology it all seems a bit '1984', or even 2006, time will tell. If I turn up any more info I'll post it. Stop Press: The whole idea has been abandoned after a serious flaw was discovered with Norton Anti Vindaloo software issues. Not sure what the issues are, but something doesn’t smell right.
     
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  17. Mitzs
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    You are a naught little boy aren't you. :dry
    I can happily say that my man takes care of me very well. Thank you. Besides I wouldn't want to make any of the gentlemen out there jealous by caring around a bigger, ummm shall we shall package than theirs. :biggrin
     
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  18. wizard

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    Yes I am :twisted:
     
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