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The Future Is Here - Microchips In Humans

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posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 05:37 PM
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Lots of variables in there, it can be good. Like with children, your certainly right about that, something they can be found with would be a wonderful thing. Soldiers too, when they are hurt or captured, On Star is something you don't have to have, if you don't want the service. With cell phones and an extra key, its all one ever needs. Keys on cars will be phased out as well. I don't think anyone wants to be chipped, most adults for one reason or another, but if I could have had my kids done I would have as all my animals are. I personally, don't care if I am chipped.




posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 05:38 PM
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Originally posted by lombozo
You know, I'm actually torn about Microchipping. I'm a law abiding citizen. Just an average guy.


What would a government do if they had a system which could track people 24 hours a day, store all essential data on them, administer drugs, control your flow of credit, bar access or allow access, raise or lower hormone levels and segregate people? And just remember that the following news is a few years old.

Bridas.


Photos and Videos From Inside New York's Pier 57 Detention Center
www.thememoryhole.org...

12/15/04 ORBCOMM ANNOUNCES APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH VERICHIP™ CORPORATION
FORT LEE, N.J., December 15, 2004 – ORBCOMM, a global satellite telecommunications company, today announced that it has executed an agreement with VeriChip™ Corporation, a subsidiary of Applied Digital (NASDAQ:ADSX), to be its provider of satellite and telecommunication services for applications to be developed for use with the world’s first implantable radio frequency identification (RFID) microchip, also called VeriChip™.
Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will also work together to develop and market new military, security, and healthcare applications for use in the United States and around the world.
www.tmcnet.com...

MICROCHIPS RAISES $16 MILLION SECOND ROUND
CAMBRIDGE, MA - May 20, 2002 - MicroCHIPS, Inc., a pioneer in intelligent drug delivery systems, today announced that it has closed a $16 million second round of financing. New investor, IDG Ventures led the round, joined by founding investor, Polaris Venture Partners, and additional new investors Care Capital LLC, Boston University Community Technology Fund, and Intersouth Partners.
News Link

Timing Is Everything: Implantable polymer chip delivers meds on schedule
Alexandra Goho
Many pills and injections could become history if a group of drug-delivery researchers has its way. The team has fabricated a polymer microchip that stores multiple drug doses and, when implanted in the body, could automatically release the medications at programmed intervals.
www.sciencenews.org...

Scientists create 'pharmacy in a chip'
By Steve Mitchell
Medical Correspondent
Published 10/19/2003 2:36 PM
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 (UPI) -- Scientists have developed a tiny implantable microchip that can be loaded with several doses of multiple drugs to be released at specified intervals over a period of months.
The chip -- about the length and thickness of a fingernail -- could be useful for delivering drugs that must be taken continuously, such as pain relievers or antidepressants, and has the potential to change how the pharmaceutical industry approaches drug delivery, a $54 billion market in the United States.
www.aegis.com...

Digital Angel Corp. Signs Agreement With BI Inc. To Supply GPS-Based Offender Tracking Systems

US Dept. Of Justice Indicates More Than 4.5 Million Offenders In US Are On Probation Or Parole

SO. ST. PAUL, MN -- JUNE 11 -- Digital Angel Corporation (AMEX: DOC) announced formation of a partnership with BI Incorporated, one of the nation’s largest offender-monitoring firms, to supply GPS-based tracking products for the criminal justice field under a long-term agreement.

The satellite-based systems will utilize Digital Angel Corp.’s GPS and wireless technology platforms and state-of-the-art network hosting operations centers.
www.adsx.com/news/DA2002/061102.html

DIGITAL ANGEL CORPORATION AND VERICHIP CORPORATION ANNOUNCE PLANS TO INITIATE CLINICAL STUDIES OF VERICHIP WITH BIO-THERMO (TEMPERATURE SENSING) CAPABILITIES
www.verichipcorp.com...

[edit on 3-8-2007 by bridas]



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 05:50 PM
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Give them 5 years to have people get used to the idea. Then another 5 years to shift public opinion to "if you dont wanna be chipped you must have something to hide. Are you a terrorist?". And then another 5 years for it to become mandatory.

My only hope is that weve seen enough science-fiction-movies to be warned off.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 06:27 PM
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I was pretty torn about the application into retainers. But parents seem to support our product. Beside our's is a removable on. But we are in the present of introducing a tag that can sense pressure and temp changes. Our idea for these RFID tags are to have them afixed to criminals who need to be watched at all times i.e. child molesters. We know that the local governments would frown at a permanate chip implant on these people but if one was just attached through probation or such like the ankle braclets the local, state and feds seem to like that idea. I have seen the new generation of these chips and you guys are so far off base on what these new chips can do it's not even funny. Some of the organic self contained transmitters that will be out in 5-7 years are so small they can be injected through needle point.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 06:46 PM
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This is the same concept as the microchips you can put in your pets to locate them if they are lost and to identify their remains (heaven forbid something should happen).

I wouldnt mind microchipping my teenage son but in all fairness, even he is entitled to his privacy.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by tsloan I have seen the new generation of these chips and you guys are so far off base on what these new chips can do it's not even funny.


Did you take a look at all the links to the articles I posted? Add those and verichipcorp`s 'solutions' and what do you get?

www.verichipcorp.com...


SOLUTIONS:
Patient Identification
Infant Protection
Wander Prevention
Asset Tracking
Tool & Equipment Management
Vibration Monitoring
Emergency Management

ACTIVE Advantages

Tags can be read-write with onboard memory
www.verichipcorp.com...

VeriChip's powerful technology platform and all-in-one system:

* Is more than RFID middleware since it does more than just pass raw data captured from the tags and infrastructure to the end user application.
* Has the intelligence to make decisions based on the captured data.
* Has the ability to determine a tag's location.
* Supports a variety of applications across multiple markets.
* Is based on VeriChip's own 20+ years of end-to-end RFID solution development.



[edit on 3-8-2007 by bridas]



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 06:55 PM
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The whole attitude behind microchipping animals and kids and sick people is fear-based. Mistrust everything around you and you have to start chipping it so that you can control it. Fear & Control always go hand in hand. I dont like the attitude and the people promoting it. I dont want to microchip my girlfriend, I trust that what she does when I dont see her, is alright. For the same reasons I do not believe in chipping animals, the elderly, kids, or even criminals. The first thing a criminal is going to do when I try to control him, is try to find out a way to divert the system, produce fake chips and identification, and so on.

As for the parents here who think its ok to have their kids chipped: Quit living in fear and dont put them on a leash. If theyve been raised to have good insticts (rather than fear), they will stay out of trouble. Raising them based on fear will get them into all sorts of trouble.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:07 PM
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Originally posted by Skyfloating
The whole attitude behind microchipping animals and kids and sick people is fear-based. Mistrust everything around you and you have to start chipping it so that you can control it. Fear & Control always go hand in hand. I dont like the attitude and the people promoting it. I dont want to microchip my girlfriend, I trust that what she does when I dont see her, is alright. For the same reasons I do not believe in chipping animals, the elderly, kids, or even criminals. The first thing a criminal is going to do when I try to control him, is try to find out a way to divert the system, produce fake chips and identification, and so on.

As for the parents here who think its ok to have their kids chipped: Quit living in fear and dont put them on a leash. If theyve been raised to have good insticts (rather than fear), they will stay out of trouble. Raising them based on fear will get them into all sorts of trouble.


I find the whole idea of parents saying they would chip there children complete madness. I understand parents concerns. But i think this post as got it spot on...Can't live in fear...Have to enjoy life and go with the flow.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:41 PM
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Originally posted by bridas

Originally posted by tsloan I have seen the new generation of these chips and you guys are so far off base on what these new chips can do it's not even funny.


Did you take a look at all the links to the articles I posted? Add those and verichipcorp`s 'solutions' and what do you get?

www.verichipcorp.com...


SOLUTIONS:
Patient Identification
Infant Protection
Wander Prevention
Asset Tracking
Tool & Equipment Management
Vibration Monitoring
Emergency Management

ACTIVE Advantages

Tags can be read-write with onboard memory
www.verichipcorp.com...

VeriChip's powerful technology platform and all-in-one system:

* Is more than RFID middleware since it does more than just pass raw data captured from the tags and infrastructure to the end user application.
* Has the intelligence to make decisions based on the captured data.
* Has the ability to determine a tag's location.
* Supports a variety of applications across multiple markets.
* Is based on VeriChip's own 20+ years of end-to-end RFID solution development.



[edit on 3-8-2007 by bridas]


Bridas,
Sorry I didn't read it But yes VeriChip is one of the leading micro chip developer. The company were working with has the same technology in fact they might be owned by VeriChip for all I know. But some of the Gen III chips are crazy cool with the applications that can be applied.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:54 PM
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Originally posted by MuseInPink
This is the same concept as the microchips you can put in your pets to locate them if they are lost and to identify their remains (heaven forbid something should happen).

I wouldnt mind microchipping my teenage son but in all fairness, even he is entitled to his privacy.


Your right on target. This is just what type of application we want to corner. It is staggering the amount of money parents spend on lost retainers. Orthodontics is around 52% children under the age of 12 starting out and most cases average 36 months treatment give or take. And those who are under 12 gives us a even more greater pitch for child safety. This give parents a safety net for the young children and offers a service of recovering a lost appliance rather than fork over another $250-$500.00 dollars and some can even run up to 1000.00. We offer our appliance fee of $420.00 up front that will be covered by insurance so the parents will never see the added chip cost and software. I billed out last month over 5,000.00 to one doctor from just lost retainer replacements. So were offering help on the front end of the treatment billing because if a chipped retainer isn't recovered then it's replacement is free.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 08:19 PM
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If you value your freedom then don't get chipped
The Second American Revolution is HERE NOW TODAY..but who among us will stand up and fight?
If you watch this video it will answer the questions and give you an avenue for resistance its your country if you want it.video.google.com...



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 08:36 PM
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I'm with Random on this one, you have already been chipped and did it willingly.

If you have a cell phone they can locate you at any time, they can trace the movements you make and even if you have the damn thing turned off, they can activate the mic on it and listen to any conversation you have.

They didn't have to line the people up and stick something in their body, they just put the chip in something they knew everyone would want.

If you have a cell phone, you are chipped. You did it happily.

wupy



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 08:57 PM
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Originally posted by mrwupy
If you have a cell phone they can locate you at any time, they can trace



Yes but the phone is not implanted on my skin, at least no yet.


I still can leave it at home if I want too.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 09:03 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
Yes but the phone is not implanted on my skin, at least no yet.


I still can leave it at home if I want too.


But will you?

Honestly, when was the last time you left home and didn't take your cell phone with you? It has become a part of who we are. We must have that link to the outside world regardless of where were going.

I stand by the point I made.

If you have a cell phone, you are chipped and you did it to yourself willingly.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 09:09 PM
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Originally posted by mrwupy
But will you?


yes.



Honestly, when was the last time you left home and didn't take your cell phone with you?


Honestly, today and every other day, I am one of those persons that forget where I leave my things. mrwupy, I made a big decision of never ever use my phone while I am driving.

Yes I like my cell phone but I do not depend on it like if is my life saver.

I guess is because I am from an older generation no like my children that can not live without their phone, my husband is because of business, but me I have a choice and sometimes I just don't care.


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posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 09:47 PM
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While you were sleeping...


Originally posted by paul76
...Thank god there is no talk of these in Britain....I'm not sure if there even going to get the I.d cards here.....There is already a huge objection.
[edit on 3uFriday07/27/20 by paul76]


..your gov't was busy.

Offender's Tag Association



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 10:45 PM
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Hah! You think cellphones, blackboxes in cars, OnStar and VeriChips buried beneath your skin is all they need to track you? Right now they are developing nano-technology (currrently an annual multibillion dollar industry and growing faster than Bill Gates will get out his next operating system) that can be sewn in to the materials of the clothes you buy at K-Mart, JCPenney, Macys, etc.
We are talking about microscopic computers that monitor your every movement as well as clean your clothes for you. Google "self-cleaning clothes using nano technology.

So let us do a recap: Nano-technology will be self contained onboard computers that track your movements, spy on your most intimate moments (think "Married Couples Gone Wild!"), clean your clothes so they can't say you had relations in the Oval Office and send a ticket in the mail with a picture of your car doing 7 mph over the limit (oh and by the way I hope you donn't live in Virgina so you don't get a $2500 moving violation ticket). Aaah, the convience of RFID/VeriChip/Nano-technology implants working to make your world a little safer. Gosh, I feel safer already.



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 12:20 AM
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No freakin way! I'm a mother, and I'm sorry, but my daughter is still quite young, but hoes to school, and visits her father, and he has on more than 1 occasion taken her out of state without my knowledge. But, Ill be damned if their' going to microchip her or myself for that matter. Hey, if Im watching my daughter, and Im concerned with her wherabouts, Ill already know where she is.
You are right, it is fear. Why dont we start spending more money trying to find therapists and doctors for those who have mental illnesses and/or any persons, participating in any violent criminal behaviors. So, lets spend time trying to stop the instiilers of fear, instead of trying to protect ourselves from them. But, Im not the only person to have considered this completely obvious solution. No, no...'they' want the fear, and they create the paranio for their own purposes. But what exactly are 'their' real purposes?



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 01:06 AM
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Hi guys, Ive been lurking here for the last couple years... I really like reading into situations such as this and thinking outside the box...well, this is definatly one of those coming things. Its closer than we think unfortunatly... but the if the day comes where we are required to be implanted is the day I shoot myself. Scary as hell!!!!



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 01:06 AM
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Chipping is good for bums just rip your arm off and they have everything then need for th next 24 hrs.

Finding kids isn't a priority for people seen more protest and news re dog fighting then locking prevs up for life.



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