I read on this board about a method of controling crime using a 'Microchip'. I was very concerned about this and was wondering if they'll implant
this in ALL humans, or only the one witha crimal record. You know, I think that if they started to do that the crime rate would go donw like THAT!
I'm confused about the 2020? Why did you write 2020?
People have already started to get microchip implants, mostly people with health related illnesses.
I'm sure it will start off like that. They will implant all inmates in prisons, then they would say it's good for people with health problems.
Then eventually it will be the only way to fight off "terrorism" because with a cashless society, these "terrorists" won't have any more
It will be seen as a good thing and a salvation for mankind, but we all know it isn't.
i heard they are putting some sort of chip in 20 dollar bills, and also the nsa getting some rights , in which they can do anything they want, it
kinda pisses u off, cause once i was surfing the web, and i wasnt using the mouse, and it started moving on da screen, the little cursour started
moving all over the screen.
They already have micro chips out! On ripleys there was this one family who could track each other and measure health heart rate and sickness. The
micro chips will only get more popular. There is reasons to be cautious. Eventually it will be a MUST. A monopoly. Maybe the government will make
everyone where one. That would be oppresive. I think we should stick to these times. I think it is not fair for companies to make a need to have a
chip. It will be a sad day when technology makes us stupid and helpless.
There's actually been development (with FDA sanction, hurrah!) of a microchip implants into "vegetables." You know, the lovable ol' chaps who have
no outside bodily function, and who are hooked up to machines in order to survive. Scientists (mostly biomed engineers) have devised a method by which
to implant a chip which can recognise the various electrostimulii in the brain (and the areas of the brain in which they occur), and translate these
neuron firings into something resembling thought.
Probably will see this in the "mainstream" medical field by 2008, is my guess.
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