Whilst we have written many times over the years as to what is happening in our schools with fingerprinting of children and using this to pay for meals etc, please read this below from the One World Scam website. Can people work out where this is all going yet or is the latest soap episode or celebrity gossip more important? How can we educate them all when they refuse to listen because they arent interested. All people can do is try and keep spreading these reports in the hope that some will listen and hopefully tell others.
The lunch line could start moving a lot faster in Lee County.
The school district is considering testing a new pilot program that uses a near-infrared light to scan a student's palm and vein pattern in place of the eight-digit identification numbers or ID cards currently used at the cash registers.
The district's food and nutrition services department hopes to test the program in an elementary, middle and high school before the end of this school year. After the trial period, the program could be implemented districtwide.
"Students can slow down the lunch line by miss-keying numbers, forgetting the numbers," Sonny Stelmacki, assistant director of the nutrition services department said during Tuesday's school board meeting. "We've also had issues with stolen or misused numbers."
The palm scanner is twice as fast as the current system that uses key pads and swipe cards, school officials said. It eliminates security issues like students stealing and sharing ID numbers, losing their cards, or forgetting the numbers. And it won't dig into the district's tight budget.
Stelmacki said the $192,000 needed to pay for the scanner equipment districtwide would come out of the food and nutrition services budget, which is independent of the overall district budget.
The system works by converting a student's vein pattern into a numerical algorithm. Every time a student waves his or her palm over the sensor, the system recognizes the student.
Students spend about seven minutes in the lunch line, Stelmacki said. But with disruptions and students forgetting ID numbers, wait time can be longer and cut into already short lunches. In Lee schools, lunch breaks range from 20 to 30 minutes
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PS: When I was at school many moons ago, I would have some change in my pocket to pay for a school meal if I had one. How times change - for the worse.
One to also watch is these new QR codes that have spung up very quickly wit the latest "smart phone" technology and scanning these images for the details. Perhaps these will be impregnated or tatooed onto wrists in the not too distant future or perhaps a bar code or then the ultimate aim - an implanted chip.
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