How To Detect If You Emit a MAC Address
Or, perhaps assist someone who does want to know.
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What is a MAC Address?
MAC stands for Media Access Control. A MAC address is, in technical jargon, a six byte hexadecimal address; in plain English, a 12-character alphanumeric code that consists of 6 groups of 2 characters, each group separated by a dash or colon. So, an example would be 44:B6:27:62:29:F0. These are the codes being detected in groups of COVID-vaccinated people.
Spanish Doctor Discusses His Experience Measuring Vaccine MAC Addresses
Physician Luis Benito explains the steps he took, and observations he made, to record Bluetooth MAC addresses showing up on his mobile phone when patients (many of whom had had COVID jabs) came for appointments.
Dr. Benito interpreted it was a code the patient was carrying and when the patient left his office it disappeared from his cell phone. Dr. Benito’s observations throughout July and August, enabled him to verify 100% of the patients who said they were not jabbed did not raise any contact device with his cell phone via Bluetooth. However 86% of those who said they were vaccinated generated a MAC address on Dr. Benito’s cell phone. Dr. Benito’s observations raise many doubts and questions.
You require help of another person to verify your emission
By Len Ber MD
Below is a step-by step guide of how MAC address emission was detected in the study I published on Academia.edu
Obtain an Android phone.
Download “Bluetooth Scanner” app from the Google Play store. Here is what the app icon looks like.
Remove a SIM-Card.
Enable Airplane mode.
Enable BLE in the Developer’s Mode:
Go to Settings > About phone.
Scroll down to Build number.
Tap Build number seven times.
Once developer options are activated, you will see a message that reads, You are now a developer.
Go to System
Go to Developer Options
Select “Show Bluetooth Devices Without Names”. Bluetooth devices without names (MAC addresses only) will be displayed. Here is what it looks like on the phone:
Find to a nature preserve where no MAC address emitting devices are expected, and scan the environment using your app. (Don’t bring your phone, iwatch, Fitbit, anything that emits MAC addresses, including car keys, FOBs. If you have a pacemaker, it will show on your scan. We excluded people with pacemakers from the study.)
If no MAC address is detected on the scan, you are not emitting a MAC address.
If a MAC address is detected, and shows that the vendor is unknown, and it says Protocol: Low Energy (BLE), note the Signal Strength (RSSI) expressed in dBm.
Example as below:
Leave the phone with your assistant (who hopefully does not emit a MAC address), and walk away, about 50 feet.
Once you are 50 feet away, your assistant should re-scan the environment, and note the Signal Strength of the MAC address. If it is weaker, that’s an indication, that the MAC address is being emitted by you.
Return to your assistant, and scan the environment once again. If the Signal Strength for the MAC address returned to the original value, you are the source of the MAC address emission.
Without prejudice and without recourse
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