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Japan's Hitachi says it has developed the world's smallest and thinnest microchip, that can be embedded in paper to track down parcels or prove the authenticity of a document. The integrated circuit (IC) chip is as minute as a speck of dust, measuring just 0.15 millimetres by 0.15 millimetres and 7.5 micrometres thick, Hitachi said.
Originally posted by MarshMallow_Snake
reply to post by ChemBreather
This could explain why newborn babys are on the high priority list.
They could know who got what chip. I am sure they would code the vaccine with a serial number and then with the billing process tie the serial number to the patient...Presto! The person can now be tracked...
(and this was my simple mind thinking of that...I am sure they method is a lot better! :lol
Originally posted by destroyhate
Do they really make micro chips that small? i have heard people say that but i have never been provided with proof
Originally posted by Drunkenshrew
Here a link to a needle gauge comparison chart. The smallest nanochips developed will easily fit into a needle.