posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 02:30 PM
I think masqua and others hit the nail right on the head. We have been implanting things in the human body with success for decades. Whether its an
artificial hip/knee, screws and rods on broken bones, silicone implants in porn stars' breasts, pacemakers, etc. It's not that far fetched to
believe these aliens who are allegedly capable of interplanetary and intergalaxy travel are also capable of inventing a chip that the human body will
If you look at the nanotechnology which we are developing today, and the kinds of things that we are programming the smallest of objects to do...
just imagine what a race of beings who could be thousands of years ahead of us, technologically speaking, can make a pea-sized object do. If these
implants and the aliens who insert them do exist, I bet the devices are capable of doing everything from tracking the human being to checking his
heart rate and temperature. Hell, it might even record every word that comes out of his mouth or thought that pops into his head!
Not to wonder too far off topic here... but I recently saw a television program where a doctor invented a rice-sized camera. Basically, a patient
swallows it just as they would a pill. They wear a vest which houses a tape recorder that receives the video signal from the rice-sized camera as it
travels through the stomach and digestive system. This does away with the need to basically shove a camera and cable down the throat of a patient in
what amounts to a terribly painful and uncomfortable procedure. Anyway, this camera reaches places that current technology and current procedures
have never allowed us to reach. The camera is completely self-contained with its own batteries and transmitter, yet as I said it's the size of a
grain of rice! Unfortunately, there is only one of them. So the patient has to "pass" it so that it can be re-used. Eventually we will see these
types of "mini-robots" entering the human body to film and diagnose diseases in a simple and painless manner.
So if we have fully functioning and independent cameras the size of a grain of rice that people can swallow and have video of their digestive tracks
transmitted to a monitor, imagine what the aliens have!