posted on Oct, 15 2017 @ 04:31 PM
a reply to: AugustusMasonicus
They already have them in heart pacemakers, they are powered by external batteries the same batteries batteries that power the pace maker.
This was one of the things discussed in another ATS thread on a subject asking what if someone could hack into a hospitals thread and change the
settings in a pace maker, or drug machines.
I didn't hear any 802.11 reasons why it wont work, or no technology existed, or and any other proof, you all talked as if it could be done.
So give it a break. The tech is there, a gun manufacture suggested it as part of out think tank on how to stop another LV from happening and it uses
tech not available to the general public and it is not all 802.11
As far as the device in my son's body it is experimental and he is not the only one that has one. It is like a bluetooth but is not recognizable as a
bluetooth. It does use 802.11 internet infrastructure and operates in windows, apple, and android. Maybe later if the device is approved by for
public use maybe they will make it work with Linux.
Again the tech is there. No proof they will implement it but we should know that it is there and can be used either for good or for bad.