Monday, February 25, 2008

NWO Vampires can detect 'FRESH BLOOD' through CCTV

Roadside cameras that detect BLOOD will catch lone drivers who ...
Daily Mail, UK - Feb 23, 2008
The cameras work by sending an infrared beam through the windscreen of vehicles which detects the unique make-up of blood and water content in human skin. ...
Infrared scanning can handle two jobs
London Free Press, Canada - Feb 17, 2008
Because it's so good at detecting tiny temperature fluctuations, Hobbs says the camera is used in many other applications. "It was used during the SARS ...
Thermal camera's unique view of London Zoo, United Kingdom - Feb 5, 2008
The images reveal some more unusual tactics to keep warm including some birds cutting off the blood to one leg to conserve energy. ...

Gizmodo - 15 hours ago
Those nutty Brits, obsessed with their CCTV cameras, dirty hot water and blood pudding, have decided to mix it all into a single gadget: road cameras which ...

Police to Employ Traffic Cameras, Helicopters Against Street Racing
Washington Post - 35 minutes ago
By Avis Thomas-Lester Nine days after a car plowed into a group of people watching an illegal street race in Accokeek, law enforcement officials said yesterday that they plan to use traffic cameras and helicopters to monitor popular street racing spots ...
PG looks to helicopters to combat racing Washington Times
Police in PG, Charles Counties Announce Street Racing Initiative Southern Maryland Online
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Villar: CCTV cameras all over Metro ‘a scare tactic’
ABS CBN News, Philippines - Feb 23, 2008
Senate President Manuel Villar Jr. assailed Saturday the installation of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras all over the metropolis, saying it was a ...
Mercado: EDSA, etc. Sun.Star
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Installation of 'spy cams' in metro suspicious: Villar
Sun.Star, Philippines - 15 hours ago
National Police Chief Avelino Razon Jr. took exception to concerns raised by some senators, saying the installation of CCTV cameras was not meant to monitor ...
Don't look now, but you're being watched, UK - 19 hours ago
Orwellian fantasy has become today's reality with an estimated 4.2 million CCTV cameras prying on this, the most watched country in the world. ...
Shock at £86k bill for water
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TV2, Denmark - Feb 22, 2008
A school has been forced to remove CCTV cameras they installed in the students' toilets after furious protests from pupils and parents. ...

Sites chosen for CCTV system
Oxford Mail, UK - Feb 24, 2008
The prospect of installing private CCTV cameras at The Regal, in Magdalen Road, to cover public space, as well as managing queues for the new entertainment ...
More CCTV cameras to be installed in Metro - PNP
GMA, Philippines - Feb 22, 2008
He also encouraged private business establishments "to set up their own CCTV security cameras in their respective areas to help in crime prevention and ...


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