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RFID Implant - Do it Yourself...

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posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 02:23 AM
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Stable, Sane Young-Man installs DIY RFID implant into his own hand.


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I implanted a RFID chip in my hand. I injected the chip myself from supplies bought on the internet. This tag is readable from up to 2 inches from my hand.
...snip...
If you are convinced that this is the "Mark of the Beast", then from one Christian to another I hope you read the Book of Revelation and apply more understanding to it that what you hear from those who only offer fear.



Here are a few of the replies:


“This is so cool”



“I think this is an incredibly clever idea. Hats off to you, sir.”



Man, that's pretty intense. And a really cool idea too.



Sooner or later, everyone will have such a thing in his hand. And these thing will act like passport, drive license, credit card... When you shop, you just pick what you want and walk away - money are automatically take from your bank account. Simple, easy. You're good man, you've tested this thing first.



This is a great video and a pretty cool idea.
Reading the information on the video, I'm not sure where the whole religious side of things falls in place here. What's with the "mark of the beast" are people really that simple minded to think that technology = satan?



Its not about the quick access needed to guns, its about how cool it is. This is the first step to playing with those little things. no house keys, no car keys and way more.



So now it's *Cool*.

That's all we needed someone to make it *cool*...

Next thing will be Hollywood glorifying RFID chips in movies.

Don't people have any idea what they're fooling with?

But hey, it's going to be so convenient and so cool right?




...taps...

(edit - broken link fixed)

[edit on 23-10-2008 by silo13]




posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 02:36 AM
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You didn't really think they would "advertise" it as a bad thing , did ya ? :p



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 02:37 AM
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Seems like a propaganda for the chip.

Obviously.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 02:55 AM
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Every time I think I can't be amazed any further by humans and their actions, they prove me wrong.

Why would anyone play with fire like that? I keep looking for the link but can't find it, anyway, their is a company in Northern Ohio that has been chipping their employees for a couple of years. When I heard it on the local news I thought not me, not in this lifetime.

Every time I think I might get out of this world without being beheaded (for refusing the chip) I get slapped in the face with reality.

Oh well, I do not agree with it, but it takes all kinds to make the world go around.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:05 AM
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Wow.

I get a lot of emails from soldiers wanting to know how to disable the chip in their bodies.

They must not want to be 'cool' anymore.

[edit on 23-10-2008 by TruthTellist]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:06 AM
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Why would anyone play with fire like that? I keep looking for the link but can't find it, anyway, their is a company in Northern Ohio that has been chipping their employees for a couple of years. When I heard it on the local news I thought not me, not in this lifetime.


I know what you mean.
All the while putting the post together in the back of my mind I was thinking "I don't even know what to say about this I'm so astounded".

The link I posted for the article works for me - let me know if it doesn't for you and I'll repost it.

I found it through this sight - click here the 4th article down.

As for going out of this world with our heads in our hands... I guess I'll be in the same spot as you are - just have to keep our heads about it (no pun intended) and pray it never happens.

thanks


...taps...

[edit on 23-10-2008 by silo13]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:09 AM
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I get a lot of emails from soldiers wanting to know how to disable the chip in their bodies.


Can you tell us more?
Am I really so naive?
You're telling me you know of soldiers that are already chipped?
Not doubting you - just asking...

???

[edit on 23-10-2008 by silo13]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:22 AM
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If you have any doubts RFID chips are here to stay - and totally insidious to all of our lives - read here.
It’s an article for *the vision* of RFID chips.
Incredible stuff - and incredible disquieting.


Already, microchips are turning up in some computer printers, car keys and tires, on shampoo bottles and department store clothing tags. They're also in library books and "contactless" payment cards (such as American Express' "Blue" and ExxonMobil's "Speedpass.")
Companies say the RFID tags improve supply-chain efficiency, cut theft, and guarantee that brand-name products are authentic, not counterfeit. At a store, RFID doorways could scan your purchases automatically as you leave, eliminating tedious checkouts.
At home, convenience is a selling point: RFID-enabled refrigerators could warn about expired milk, generate weekly shopping lists, even send signals to your interactive TV, so that you see "personalized" commercials for foods you have a history of buying. Sniffers in your microwave might read a chip-equipped TV dinner and cook it without instruction.
"We've seen so many different uses of the technology," says Dan Mullen, president of AIM Global, a national association of data collection businesses, including RFID, "and we're probably still just scratching the surface in terms of places RFID can be used."


Website actively working against the all invasive RFID chip - click here.


Mark of the Beast? Or mark of convenience?

Your call.


...taps...



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:25 AM
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Natural progression tactic? You can get gas with a swipe of your key fob, food with a swipe of the of debit card, or a brand new 900' plasmometer televisor thing with a swipe of the ole' credit card...why not just leave the fob and the card in the past and go for GREEN with the all new for 2009 environmentally friendly never needs disposed of RFID chip!? No need to worry about losing your cards and going through the hassle of calling the credit card companies or stressing out about your bill getting stolen! Take a break from paper and look at all your bills on the internet! Safe, reliable, and best of all - FREE at your local mandatory implantation/documentation compound!


Ya I need to sleep, but I hope that came out how I wanted it to. This is beyond madness, please make it stop.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 03:36 AM
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You know that if you don't agree to be chipped, you will have nothing. There will be no way for you to collect your pay, no way for you to buy/sell/own anything. You will have no identification, no opportunity for medical treatment, no right to pension - just nothing. You'll have to go underground and timing will be essential.

I will be one of those. I will gladly die rather than have that chip, Mark of the Beast or not. I'm sick of surrendering my human rights. That will be the last of it so either I escape to freedom or I'd just rather be done with it.

Right now we're living somewhere in between. I refuse to surrender even one more item from my right to self-determination.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 04:09 AM
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I am currently using it to open my handgun safe for instant access. I can have a gun in hand in one second in blackness without fumbling with buttons or codes.


That's a good reason do to it, but the applications today aren't too many. It's viable today to create many DIY situations to use one to unlock electronic locks, start your car, access your network, but until the applications are more commercialized (ATMs/Debit transactions being the main one) then it will be looked at at evil and useless. They'll eventually get much smaller than the current model as well.

Everyone will get it and checks, cards, keys, IDs, receipts, and other everyday items will gradually be phased out from mainstrem use... and the world will continue as usual.




You know that if you don't agree to be chipped, you will have nothing. There will be no way for you to collect your pay, no way for you to buy/sell/own anything. You will have no identification, no opportunity for medical treatment, no right to pension - just nothing. You'll have to go underground and timing will be essential.

I will be one of those.


lol, and I guess you and your people will devolve into Morlock eliovores like in the time machine?



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 04:16 AM
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He says there has already been 30 or so do-it-yourself implants, and near 1000 commercial ones.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 05:46 AM
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Haha, lol. This is sooo cool. I wanna be the 2nd person to get a chip, yeh this isnt the sign of the beast, nahh the government dosent want to control us, its soo cool.

Ill be long dead in my grave before they get a chance to chip me,
For Freedom!



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 06:04 AM
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Originally posted by silo13
Stable, Sane Young-Man installs DIY RFID implant into his own hand.


article link

video link


I implanted a RFID chip in my hand. I injected the chip myself from supplies bought on the internet. This tag is readable from up to 2 inches from my hand.
...snip...
If you are convinced that this is the "Mark of the Beast", then from one Christian to another I hope you read the Book of Revelation and apply more understanding to it that what you hear from those who only offer fear.


So now it's *Cool*.

That's all we needed someone to make it *cool*...

Next thing will be Hollywood glorifying RFID chips in movies.

Don't people have any idea what they're fooling with?

But hey, it's going to be so convenient and so cool right?


(edit - broken link fixed)

[edit on 23-10-2008 by silo13]


I've said this for years, the RFID chip isn't really aimed at the 20+ year group in terms of the way it will be pitched or 'appreciated'.

There's a young generation now that are growing up that don't really know what it's like to grow up and not be part of a network culture. All they know is the internet, IDs for this and IDs for that, ATM machines, having to give personal details for subscriptions to hundreds of unnecessary groups and organisations. They've grown-up with a 'plugged-in mentality' where yet another database or technological 'advancement' is neither here nor there because they've not had the perspective of knowing what it was like before any of it.

They've grown-up with a media that has fetishised technology and the idea of being plugged-in to a network - you just look at how many mainstream films have this now, where someone pulls out a laptop or something more exotic and the protagonist saves the day with a few keystrokes. Technology isn't so much "cool" to younger people, it's something to be expected, depended on and craved.

People resisting a lot of ideas like RFID of my age group aren't going to be an issue forever, eventually just through age expectancy, they voice of dissent is going to become increasingly smaller and within 10 maybe 15 years, a natural tipping point will occur where the bulk of people actually see this as genuinely positive thing, even without governments trying to force the issue.

It's like the old marketing adage of 'get 'em whilst their young'. That's what's happened here.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 06:14 AM
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I just don't see the need for implants. Cards do the job. Oh, you mean the chips can't be stolen or manipulated. Just wait for the first hands to be cut off. Now that's cool.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 07:28 AM
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I would not chip a dog, let alone a human being. I draw the line at medical implants, and even those are probably for the most part replaceable with more advanced hollistic medicine.

People need to realise that in the modern world "cool" is synonomous with "stupid". We live in the world of MTV Jackass culture and need to grow out of it quickly.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 02:21 PM
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I believe we are already chipped...They come in the form of cell phones and credit/debit cards.



posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 12:52 AM
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He is clearly a ridiculous fool with an even more ridiculous clown haircut.
Damn peon



posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 01:03 AM
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I think your signature block says it all, log. I can call you "log", can't I?

Well, let's just give up now, shall we? All the dystopic novels and scenarios ever conceived are springing to life before our very eyes, but hey, we don't want to be without our stuff, now do we?!

I'll live in a cave before they take any more of my freedom. What's the point of living if you do so in slavery?



posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 10:23 AM
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The day they attempt to chip me is the day I'm going to flip out. If that means I have nothing so be it. Call me paranoid, call me delusional, but I'll not be branded like meat at a supermarket.

I could always get employed as a ghost. It might have some interesting career opportunities! (or not)



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