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In a Road That's All Eyes...

Have you seen those little marks in the lanes of Interstate Highways?

Well...Big Brother is embedding cameras and sensors in the roads now...
"By IAN AUSTEN

BOUT 12 years ago, Martin Dicks was trapped in dense fog during a harrowing four-hour commute to his job as a firefighter in central London.

"Virtually all I could see on the road was a cat's-eye reflector every now and then," Mr. Dicks said, recalling his trip down one of Britain's major highways. "I figured that if I could make the cat's-eyes more visible, I could probably save more lives than I could in the fire service."

A back injury forced Mr. Dicks out of the fire department shortly afterward, giving him the time to pursue that goal. His training as an electrical engineer provided the necessary skills.

Now, after perfecting illuminated markers that are embedded in the road surface to guide motorists through bad weather or warn of dangerous conditions, Mr. Dicks's company, Astucia Traffic Management Systems, is going a step further. Its latest creation is an embedded stud equipped with a camera that catches speeders, monitors traffic for criminals or stolen cars and even checks for bald tires on the fly.

"Nobody knows it's a camera or a speed trap," Mr. Dicks said of his latest creation.

Mr. Dicks's original idea was quite simple in concept. He wanted to create an illuminated road marker containing its own power source, a solar cell. At night or in bad weather, light from approaching vehicles would generate enough power to light up the marker, which consisted of light-emitting diodes. An illuminated marker would be more visible than a plain reflector, and the idea was that a car passing over the markers would cause them to stay illuminated long enough so that they would provide a warning trail of lights for any vehicles close behind.

The trouble, at first, was the technology available in the early 1990's. Photovoltaic cells were not as efficient as they are today. And at the time, Mr. Dicks recalled, "the concept of a white L.E.D. was nowhere."

Working mostly with family members at first, Mr. Dicks produced a prototype marker within two years. He dodged the white L.E.D. problem by combining the glow from red, green and blue arrays. The group not only overcame the limitations of solar cells, but also managed to engineer markers that turned red to warn when the gap between two cars was dangerously small.

Mr. Dicks said the technology both impressed and alarmed British government highway officials.

"They were frightened about everyone using the product on roads from one end of the country to the other," he said. "They thought it would make their budgets disappear."

The first markers cost roughly twice the price of conventional embedded road studs. As a result, their use was restricted at first to especially fog-prone or dangerous sections of roads as well as crosswalks, including some in the United States.

Mr. Dicks was not the only person with a desire to illuminate to road markers. After a friend struck and killed a pedestrian in 1991 at a crosswalk in Santa Rosa, Calif., Michael Harrison developed a system that uses flashing L.E.D.'s in the road surface to make crosswalks more visible. The company he founded in 1994, LightGuard Systems, now has about 700 installations in the United States.

A study of 100 illuminated crosswalks by Katz, Okitsu & Associates, a traffic engineering firm based in Southern California, estimates that adding the blinking L.E.D.'s to crosswalks can reduce pedestrian accidents by 80 percent.

The original Astucia markers were glued onto the road surface. That left them vulnerable to snowplow blades and to constant pounding from car and truck tires.

Mr. Dicks wanted to put the markers into holes drilled into the road surface. The key, he said, was finding self-healing resins for the top lenses that would be flush with the surface and subjected to much wear and tear.

"It's like running your fingernail on a rubber sheet," he said of the plastics' behavior. "The mark it leaves goes away."

Advances in solar-panel technology also allowed Astucia to develop markers that could store electricity all day and then constantly illuminate particularly dangerous sections of roads at night.

Other features followed. Optical systems inside the casing are able to monitor the atmosphere for fog. Electrical resistance detectors can check for standing water. The addition of a thermometer allows the marker to predict ice.

But getting high-resolution digital cameras into the flush-mounted housings was a more difficult task. It ultimately required the development of a special series of lenses that in effect allowed the camera to look upward and forward from its subsurface location.

The cameras (the system can use either normal or infrared sensors) provide remarkably detailed images, according to Mr. Dicks. "You can clearly see everything underneath a vehicle, although I'm not sure why you'd want to do that," he said.

The police, however, are likely to be interested in seeing the license plates of vehicles traveling above the speed limit or through red lights. To that end, Astucia has developed a system that is operating on a highway in Scotland. It employs three embedded cameras to give front, rear and side views of passing vehicles. Other embedded sensors project two infrared beams over the road that are used to time traffic and determine its speed. The images and the speed data travel under the road by cable to a computer. It in turn relays the data by satellite to Astucia's offices.

The system is currently being used to monitor traffic slowdowns. When it detects them, it turns on illuminated markers farther up the road as a warning. Mr. Dicks said that its speed measurements were accurate within 0.5 percent, well within the tolerances demanded for traffic enforcement.

Similarly, he said, the systems can be combined with optical character recognition software to automatically track stolen vehicles or cars believed to be used by suspected criminals or terrorists.

The United States branch of Astucia began demonstrating the camera system - which costs about $50,000 for a package of three cameras, sensors and supporting electronics - to police and highway officials less than a month ago. John Kerridge, the subsidiary's president, reported considerable interest in the system for both traffic and broader law enforcement. But he added that public resistance could be one obstacle to its adoption.

"We all break the law regarding speeding," Mr. Kerridge said. "The system may leave a bad taste in motorists' mouths at the beginning. But when their insurance starts going down and stolen vehicles start getting recovered, the benefits will overcome that."



 

Village Voice Speaks out on Rape at Abu Ghraib

Mondo Washington
by James Ridgeway
Rape at Abu Ghraib
'We have daughters, husbands. For god's sake don't tell anyone.'
May 25th, 2004 12:00 PM
Related:

This Made Ashcroft Gag Translator keeps blowing 9-11 whistle on FBI; U.S. Keeps shutting her up
This Land is Their Land
He Misspoke
Say What?
Additional reporting: Oorlagh George and Alicia Ng




ractically ignored in the Abu Ghraib torture scandal are the Iraqi female prisoners who have told their attorneys they were raped by U.S. soldiers. The Taguba report confirms that some women were indeed raped by American G.I.'s. There is one photo of an American soldier having sex with an Iraqi woman. And there is the by now infamous story of how American soldiers harnessed a 70-year-old woman and rode her around, calling her a donkey.

One hint of the rape aspect of the torture scandal came last December, when a note smuggled out of Abu Ghraib by a female prisoner claimed that American guards were raping the female detainees. There are few women in the prison; the note said some of the women were now pregnant. According to a report last week in The Guardian (U.K.), the note urged the Iraqi resistance to bomb the jail to spare the women further shame. Amal Kadham Swadi, one of seven Iraqi female attorneys who are attempting to represent detained women, visited a detainee at a U.S. military base in Baghdad last November and later told The Guardian, "She was the only woman who would talk about her case. She was crying. She told us she had been raped. Several American soldiers had raped her. She had tried to fight them off, and they had hurt her arm. She showed us the stitches. She told us, 'We have daughters and husbands. For God's sake don't tell anyone about this.' "

Although the Taguba report makes specific reference to the abuse of female Iraqi prisoners, the Bush administration has refused to release photos of Iraqi women forced at gunpoint to bare their breasts—no doubt to spare Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld further embarrassment. "

 

Shoot to Kill Order for G8 Protests in Georgia

Farther into the darkness we go."From http://www.sdimc.org/en/2004/05/104436.shtml
"Pacifica News and the AP have both stated in the last two days that there is potential for the use of Lethal Force at the G8


SHOOT TO KILL ORDERED AT G8 IN GEORGIA

author: Dandelion e-mail: ryceugene@yahoo.com

Pacifica News and the AP have both stated in the last two days that there is potential for the use of Lethal Force at the G8, DNC, and RNC this summer. Read on...

On May, 25 2004 Pacifica News reported on their daily news broadcast about the current orders being given to the police that will be responding to the G8 conference in Georgia this year. According to the broadcast, the governor of Georgia (as of May 25th), was going through the motions of declaring a “state of emergency” during the G8 protest. This so called “state of emergency” would allow the police in the entire state to break up, any and all “gatherings of people” to protest any event. However, the suspension of the first amendment is not the only card up this governor’s sleeve.

In correlation with this “state of emergency” the commander of the police forces has ordered a: “SHOOT TO KILL” order, that will pertain to all individuals that the police themselves feel are “threatening” the lives of “world leaders” that will be gathering for the event. This order will only go into effect if the governor is capable of issuing a state of emergency. But, you did hear me right, “SHOOT TO KILL.”

Upon hearing this my partner and I were shocked to say the least. Both of us want to be in Georgia this summer, but money is not permitting a cross country trip. Immediately upon hearing this new’s both of us attempted to brush it under the rug with as many excuses as possible, things like:

“They’d never do that”
“I bet it is only if the protesters break through a certain perimeter”
“This is just a scare tactic”
etc.

We were shocked, to say the least.

That was until today. According to the Associated Press On May 25th John Ashcroft made a press release to the public about potential terrorist attacks that will be carried out this summer. Ashcroft stated that this threat is highly probable, and that there is a grave danger of our nation being struck this summer. During this press release he stated that there were three high priority targets that would be considered major threats. These targets were: THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, and THE G8 CONFERENCE. The point of this is not to debate whether or not Al Qaida will strike these targets, but rather is to look at this announcement in terms of what it means to the activist community. By announcing that the G8 conference is an Al Qaida target, Ashcroft increased the chances for the governor of Georgia to approve imposing a state of emergency during the conference. This would then result in the “shoot to kill” order being instated while the meeting is taking place. "

from:
http://www.news4jax.com/news/3342697/detail.html
"Governor's Order Covers Six Counties Including Glynn, Camden, Chatham

POSTED: 10:44 p.m. EDT May 24, 2004

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A new city law in Brunswick gives police the power to halt protests during the G-8 summit now that the governor has declared a pre-emptive state of emergency in coastal Georgia through June 20.


Activists said the change allows authorities to squelch lawful dissent without reason when President Bush meets with world leaders June 8-10 at nearby Sea Island. Brunswick's mayor and Gov. Sonny Perdue's top lawyer denied any such intent.

Protest Sites:
NoG8.org
G8carnival.org

Perdue signed an order May 7 declaring a state of emergency in six coastal counties beginning Monday, citing "potential danger ... from unlawful assemblages, threats of violence and otherwise."

The governor's order places no limitations on demonstrations. However, the Brunswick City Council amended its laws last week to give police authority to terminate protests if a "state of emergency or disaster is lawfully declared." "

 

Our Soldiers- an email I received

Well said.
From a lady who's son is in the service.
in the military.


He is still stateside, here in California. He
called me yesterday to let me know how warm and welcoming people were to him, and his troops, everywhere he goes, telling me how people
shake their hands, and thank them for being willing to serve, and fight, for not only our own freedoms but so that others may have them also.

But he also told me about an incident in the
grocery store he stopped at yesterday, on his way home from the base. He said that ahead of several people in front of him stood a woman dressed in a
burkha. He said when she got to the cashier she
loudly remarked about the US flag lapel pin the cashier wore on her smock.

The cashier reached up and touched the pin, and
said proudly, "yes, I always wear it and I probably always
will."

The woman in the burkha then asked the cashier
when she was going to stop bombing her countrymen, explaining that she was Iraqi.
A gentleman standing behind my son stepped
forward, putting his arm around my son's shoulders, and nodding towards my son, said in a calm and gentle voice to the Iraqi woman: "Lady, hundreds of
thousands of men and women like this young man
have fought and died so that YOU could stand here, in MY country and accuse a check-out
cashier of bombing YOUR countrymen. It is my
belief that had you been this outspoken in YOUR own country, we wouldn't need to be there today.

But, hey, if you have now learned how to speak
out so loudly and clearly, I'll gladly buy you a ticket and pay yourway back to Iraq so you can straighten out the mess in YOUR country that you are obviously here in MY country to avoid."

Everyone within hearing distance cheered.
AMEN!!! Pass it on....

"If you can read this, thank a teacher"
"If you are reading it in English, thank a
veteran.=====

I am 100 percent behind our troops...not really
sure how to react to the email.

 

DEMAND AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE

Medicine is outrageous. A friend of mine was recently prescribed Thalomid (Thalidomide) an anticancer medicine. The cost for a 28 day supply was around 3700 dollars! How many seniors in retirement can afford ONE MEDICINE that costs almost 4 grand a month?

And, this gentleman is taking many, many other medicines on top of this.

Now, to Celgene's credit (the maker of the medicine), they have agreed to absorb the cost. I have another friend whose father has been on medicine that costs close to 10 grand a month...one alone is over 9 grand a month.

And, it's not just the seniors being hit. As many jobs are now demanding that their employees substantially increase who much they are paying for the health insurance which they get as a benefit from their employment, these are the LUCKY ones. Many, many more people in this country have NO insurance for health and could not afford it if it were offered.

 

SENIORS KNOW CRAP WHEN THEY SEE IT

"Sponsors: Few seeking Medicare-approved drug cards
Tuesday, June 1, 2004 Posted: 8:16 AM EDT (1216 GMT)

WASHINGTON (AP) -- As Tuesday's starting date approaches for the Medicare drug discount program, the number of older Americans enrolling for the new benefit has been disappointing, according to some card sponsors.

While most of the more than 70 sponsors are silent about how many people they've signed up, AARP admits its number is minuscule. The group, which has 35 million 50-and-older members, mailed out 26,000 enrollment kits and has signed up only 400 people, spokeswoman Carol Shirley said.

At Walgreen Co., spokesman Michael Polzin said, "We prepared for a crush of seniors to come in beginning in May. That hasn't happened."

The Bush administration projected that 7.3 million Medicare recipients would sign up for the cards, which can be used beginning June 1. That number includes 4.7 million with incomes low enough to receive $600 from the federal government this year and again in 2005 to pay pharmacy bills.

If enrollment to date is lower than expected, it can be attributed partly to advice from Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson and others to window-shop before choosing a card. On Thursday, Thompson said: "Now is the time to sign up."

AARP's Shirley said the rollout of the drug card program also "has been a bit rocky." Problems have included swamped phone lines at the Medicare hot line, which Thompson and others consider evidence of high interest in the program, and discrepancies between prices posted on the Medicare Web site and what the card sponsors say they are charging for some medicines.

Ruth Nadel, a member of the advisory Commission on Aging in Washington, stood up at Thompson's news conference to complain that the Web site is difficult to use, a point reinforced by analysts at Forrester Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

"The site's flaws make picking the right card a cumbersome task," Forrester's Elizabeth Boehm said."


Look, people are reporting the website where you select the card is difficult to navigate, but the main problem is, this whole Medicare card deal for the drugs was all smoke and mirrors.

Seniors, indeed ALL Americans, need affordable medicine, affordable health care...it was a political ploy and a joke, and on this issue alone, BUSH should be defeated at the polls by my fellow seniors!

 

Oil Prices Soar after Saudi Attack

Just when gas prices are skyrocketing....I guess things will get worse....
"Weekend attack in Khobar helps send crude futures above $41 a barrel.
June 1, 2004: 7:31 AM EDT


LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices jumped more than $1.50 to above $41.50 a barrel early Tuesday in the wake of a weekend attack in Saudi Arabia by Islamic militants left 22 people dead and heightened fears about political instability in the world's biggest oil exporter.

U.S. light crude by 7:25 a.m. ET (1125 GMT) was up $1.64 to, at $41.52 a barrel in the first business since suspected al Qaeda militants attacked the offices of Western companies in the Saudi oil city of Khobar on Saturday. The contract is below the high of $41.83.

London Brent crude rose $1.58 to $38.18 a barrel.

Traders fear the attack could be the start of a concerted al Qaeda offensive to disrupt Saudi supplies at a time when oil prices are already high enough to threaten world economic growth.

A statement purporting to come from al Qaeda claiming responsibility said it had hit "American companies ... that are specialized in oil and steal the wealth of Muslims." "


THERE HAS TO BE A POINT WHERE THE AMERICAN PUBLIC SAYS ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

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