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Crazy bluetooth MAC Address Discovery about covid-19 vax receivers

 
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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


lest anyone think this is crazy, just google 'radioactive isotope detector'

[link to www.nope?q=radioactive+isotope+detector (secure)]

there's 100s of pages of radioactive isotope detectors.

They got one that detects gold isotopes for $500.

isotope detection is one of the most secretive technologies but it's so developed now, carbon-14 is an example but much of it is hush hush

we need to ABOLISH all this classified tech and information, quit living in a secretocracy
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This always makes me laugh...
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shill

^ ignore the cocksucking shill
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RF signature tech is a HIGHLY HIGHLY SUPER HIGHLY Developed technology.

missiles use RF signature to target, an RF signature can be from ANYTHING, it can be your phone, your car, your wristwatch, or RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES and how they are uniquely distributed throughout your body.
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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
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I hate to say it but

if the shots DO give you a unique identifiable RF signature....

slaughterbots are now foolproof

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Re: Crazy bluetooth MAC Address Discovery about covid-19 vax receivers
the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


When a bluetooth feature is turned off, whether it be mobile or laptop, etc., identifiers and whatnot are not suppose to appear using common sense. So then why is my mobile picking up bluetooth identifiers, which resemble mac addresses commonly embedded on electronic devices?

See above the airplane video with the passenger scanning the vaccinated.

My question still has not been properly answered: Why would mobile devices be contininuously emitting this "mac address" or "bluetooth identifier" if you prefer in the background when most people don't even use bluetooth. It is usually disabled on most phones.
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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


it can learn and recognize and assign a mac address to a unique RF signature. what do you think all those funky lenses are on the Iphone 11.

why the hell can your iphone scan your veins?

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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


[link to www.dhs.gov (secure)]

yeah..it's not just money......it's EVERYTHING.

this is conquest of Earth by alien fascist MONSTERS
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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


what are you talking about, this isn't even a secret every store uses the 'glow in the dark' ink on money.

The placement is different for each denomination, and the thread glows a unique color under an ultraviolet light, or black light. The thread in a $5 bill will glow blue, a $20-bill thread glows green, and a $100 bill is seen in pinkunder the UV light.Apr 26, 2012

it glows because of isotopes

[link to www.arkansasonline.com (secure)]
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Re: Crazy bluetooth MAC Address Discovery about covid-19 vax receivers
the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


When a bluetooth feature is turned off, whether it be mobile or laptop, etc., identifiers and whatnot are not suppose to appear using common sense. So then why is my mobile picking up bluetooth identifiers, which resemble mac addresses commonly embedded on electronic devices?

See above the airplane video with the passenger scanning the vaccinated.

My question still has not been properly answered: Why would mobile devices be contininuously emitting this "mac address" or "bluetooth identifier" if you prefer in the background when most people don't even use bluetooth. It is usually disabled on most phones.
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If that is indeed what is happening, I have no answer to that. BUT if what you suggest would be the case, that people are emitting these, we should be able to just go outside and get addresses from majority of the people. I don't think that is the case. I have only seen that plane video and your screencapture during the last year.
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Re: Crazy bluetooth MAC Address Discovery about covid-19 vax receivers
the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


[link to www.dhs.gov (secure)]

yeah..it's not just money......it's EVERYTHING.

this is conquest of Earth by alien fascist MONSTERS
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


That is just a device for detecting radioactivity. I was specifically asking for information that there is a radioactive watermark in the bill.
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Re: Crazy bluetooth MAC Address Discovery about covid-19 vax receivers
Take them out to a remote area where you k ow for sure there are no bluetooth devices. Then scan them.
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This. Take all devices at least 200 meters away and see if any devices show up, then have the vaxxed walk in a straight line 200 meters away and back to the scan site.
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theyreright

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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


what are you talking about, this isn't even a secret every store uses the 'glow in the dark' ink on money.

The placement is different for each denomination, and the thread glows a unique color under an ultraviolet light, or black light. The thread in a $5 bill will glow blue, a $20-bill thread glows green, and a $100 bill is seen in pinkunder the UV light.Apr 26, 2012

it glows because of isotopes

[link to www.arkansasonline.com (secure)]
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I don't think people or science equate glow in the dark ink to being radioactive, but okay.
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If you are gonna ignore everything on the thread, then why even comment? lol
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how come I can't see any blue tooh signals other than my phone even though there a five people here that were vaxed?
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the radioactive isotope watermark on $100 and $50 bills is sort of the ultimate anti counterfeiting measure.

they can detect counterfeit money instantly PLUS they can detect REAL money from a distance,

so yeah, the vaxxed have been watermarked with radioactive isotopes just like the $100 bills,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


Can you give a link to that radioactive isotope watermark? I don't think that's a real thing.

And just because something is radioactive doesn't mean it will be transmitting MAC-addresses through a correct bluetooth handshake protocol.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82454744


it can learn and recognize and assign a mac address to a unique RF signature. what do you think all those funky lenses are on the Iphone 11.

why the hell can your iphone scan your veins?


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10511121


that is using IR not RF. i.e. radio frequencies are not detected using lenses while infrared can be. checkout a radio telescope.

also it is not the lens it is the optical sensor that detects the IR, the lens just focuses the IR and other light.
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[link to imgur.com (secure)]

This is what my device picks up. About an hour from now, these same addresses will change with the same people being in the same room with no change in equipment. Please explain that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82640055



I've done this a hundred times.

I think it's a device ID, not the MAC address.

I can actually guess how many line items will show up in a given crowd.

It doesn't follow traditional Bluetooth naming conventions.

Make sure unnamed Bluetooth addresses are activated in developer options

You can enable it in developer options.

1. go to Settings > About Phone> Software Information
2. tap continuously on build number until it says "you are now a developer
3. go to Settings> System>Developer options
4. turn off "Show Bluetooth devices without names"


It's real.
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[link to imgur.com (secure)]

This is what my device picks up. About an hour from now, these same addresses will change with the same people being in the same room with no change in equipment. Please explain that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82640055



I've done this a hundred times.

I think it's a device ID, not the MAC address.

I can actually guess how many line items will show up in a given crowd.

It doesn't follow traditional Bluetooth naming conventions.

Make sure unnamed Bluetooth addresses are activated in developer options

You can enable it in developer options.

1. go to Settings > About Phone> Software Information
2. tap continuously on build number until it says "you are now a developer
3. go to Settings> System>Developer options
4. turn off "Show Bluetooth devices without names"


It's real.
 Quoting: Tj 81561981


it definitly is, people who mock this have not done their homework well. i have done this countless times and the results are unexplainable.

unless the 5g network somehow causes the phones to be repeaters or something ? i dont know. but there is definitly something to this.

TRY IT ! get a proper bluetooth scanning app and do it before you mock and sound like an idiot, the phenomenon exists, and its new and its weird. what may differ is the cause.
but so far the vax seems to be the most probable cause.


ps: i used nRF connet app
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didn't yuval say, "the monitoring will be under the skin"?

how can the monitoring be under the skin if there is no way to get the data out? what are the sensors doing the monitoring? what is the method of data transfer out of the body? and what unique identifier would be used by the transfer devices under the skin that could identify a particular host?



for me, it seems plausible that the "sensors" are being built in people by these shots in conjunction with the nano material constantly being sprayed from aircraft, aka chemtrails.

they are real and come right out of thin air. i bought a microscope and can easily see them, red, blue, and sometimes black what looks to be graphene nano-tubes that move when exposed to breath, or maybe heat + moisture, I really don't know; they don't move when exposed to heat such as a match brought close, nor cold, pretty much nothing but breath.

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Are you saying BT identifiers randomly change to new addresses?
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Yes, exactly that, as a security measure.
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If someone's bluetooth is turned off, why would random identifiers be shown when a scan is being run?
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putin-thiss
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This is what my device picks up. About an hour from now, these same addresses will change with the same people being in the same room with no change in equipment. Please explain that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82640055



I've done this a hundred times.

I think it's a device ID, not the MAC address.

I can actually guess how many line items will show up in a given crowd.

It doesn't follow traditional Bluetooth naming conventions.

Make sure unnamed Bluetooth addresses are activated in developer options

You can enable it in developer options.

1. go to Settings > About Phone> Software Information
2. tap continuously on build number until it says "you are now a developer
3. go to Settings> System>Developer options
4. turn off "Show Bluetooth devices without names"


It's real.
 Quoting: Tj 81561981


it definitly is, people who mock this have not done their homework well. i have done this countless times and the results are unexplainable.

unless the 5g network somehow causes the phones to be repeaters or something ? i dont know. but there is definitly something to this.

TRY IT ! get a proper bluetooth scanning app and do it before you mock and sound like an idiot, the phenomenon exists, and its new and its weird. what may differ is the cause.
but so far the vax seems to be the most probable cause.


ps: i used nRF connet app
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82641478


I have had people hide their phones and electronics in their car out of range and the results were the same. This never occurred before the shots were mandated. I've been on top of this from day 1.
Maybe they are self assembling and take time.

God knows what is growing inside the jabbed. This is obviously something sinister.

Bluetooth vs passenger train (must see)
bitchute dot com/video/QCmA68MgEnrB/
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Gee, it couldn't be: Their phone, their watch, their medical devices, their headphones, their bluetooth microphone, or any other misc device with bluetooth on it that people carry around these days..

You just have to jump to your psychotic delusions immediately.

another do
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there's too many addresses.

I've done this myself. I got 100 addresses in a bar with
25 people. Do you think EVERY person in there has a phone,
a watch, a fitbit and a headset? And they always use
an unassigned address. Normal devices have a manufacturers
prefix but there's like 75 devices using an unassigned
address.

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[link to imgur.com (secure)]

This is what my device picks up. About an hour from now, these same addresses will change with the same people being in the same room with no change in equipment. Please explain that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82640055



I've done this a hundred times.

I think it's a device ID, not the MAC address.

I can actually guess how many line items will show up in a given crowd.

It doesn't follow traditional Bluetooth naming conventions.

Make sure unnamed Bluetooth addresses are activated in developer options

You can enable it in developer options.

1. go to Settings > About Phone> Software Information
2. tap continuously on build number until it says "you are now a developer
3. go to Settings> System>Developer options
4. turn off "Show Bluetooth devices without names"


It's real.
 Quoting: Tj 81561981


I've tentatively concluded that it's a security measure
but it makes no sense to me. Using unassigned addresses
is a haphazard technique, a bad practice. If it's security
related, then I think the device must be interrogating
a master system somewhere to retrieve the 2nd address,
because otherwise there's no way to guarantee uniqueness,
that the manufacturers code isn't in use by a new company.
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I have discovered after scanning the place where I work, I know someone who is vaxxed without a doubt. The mac address their body is emitting is constantly changing. It never stays static for too long.

Does this confirm the graphene or whatever is emitting the mac address is re-arranging itself?

Crazy shit
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More crazy is you that believes it.
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[link to imgur.com (secure)]

This is what my device picks up. About an hour from now, these same addresses will change with the same people being in the same room with no change in equipment. Please explain that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82640055



I've done this a hundred times.

I think it's a device ID, not the MAC address.

I can actually guess how many line items will show up in a given crowd.

It doesn't follow traditional Bluetooth naming conventions.

Make sure unnamed Bluetooth addresses are activated in developer options

You can enable it in developer options.

1. go to Settings > About Phone> Software Information
2. tap continuously on build number until it says "you are now a developer
3. go to Settings> System>Developer options
4. turn off "Show Bluetooth devices without names"


It's real.
 Quoting: Tj 81561981


I've tentatively concluded that it's a security measure
but it makes no sense to me. Using unassigned addresses
is a haphazard technique, a bad practice. If it's security
related, then I think the device must be interrogating
a master system somewhere to retrieve the 2nd address,
because otherwise there's no way to guarantee uniqueness,
that the manufacturers code isn't in use by a new company.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82641024


Search terms for Spam.org:
nanobioelectronic antenna
Self Assembling Nano Antenna
Self-assembling nanocubes for next generation antennas

Not only is it feasible, it's mainstream "science".
Imagine what's really in that juice.
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This is what my device picks up. About an hour from now, these same addresses will change with the same people being in the same room with no change in equipment. Please explain that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82640055



I've done this a hundred times.

I think it's a device ID, not the MAC address.

I can actually guess how many line items will show up in a given crowd.

It doesn't follow traditional Bluetooth naming conventions.

Make sure unnamed Bluetooth addresses are activated in developer options

You can enable it in developer options.

1. go to Settings > About Phone> Software Information
2. tap continuously on build number until it says "you are now a developer
3. go to Settings> System>Developer options
4. turn off "Show Bluetooth devices without names"


It's real.
 Quoting: Tj 81561981


I've tentatively concluded that it's a security measure
but it makes no sense to me. Using unassigned addresses
is a haphazard technique, a bad practice. If it's security
related, then I think the device must be interrogating
a master system somewhere to retrieve the 2nd address,
because otherwise there's no way to guarantee uniqueness,
that the manufacturers code isn't in use by a new company.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82641024


Search terms for Spam dot org:
nanobioelectronic antenna
Self Assembling Nano Antenna
Self-assembling nanocubes for next generation antennas

Not only is it feasible, it's mainstream "science".
Imagine what's really in that juice.
 Quoting: Tj 81561981
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Thread: the vaccine was developed by the military. There is no Astra Zeneca vaccine, pfizer vaccine, j&j vaccine, moderna, it's all bullshit
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If you are gonna ignore everything on the thread, then why even comment? lol
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I edited my comments out because I didn't have the time to argue about it. Your whole premise is BS. The idea that a vaxxed person can broadcast a BT UUID much less communicate with a BT transceiver is ludicrous.

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