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Originally posted by interestingfx
I can understand everyones enthusiasm with this finding and respect all of your opinions and insight, however I want to interject that the logic has one small problem.
I work in many different hospitals and also do work for Dr's offices as well and in every single case but one, the H1N1 injections came from a bottle. The nurse or Dr would produce a needle, extract the appropriate amount from the bottle, and then inject the patient and move on to the next one.
This was also the same way it was dispensed at a grocery store in my area.
With this in mind the probability of getting injected with some type of microchip would be almost impossible.
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by ChemBreather
See my above post to see how they will use the chip to determine your identity.
Also what the chip is designed for.
Originally posted by captaintyinknots
Heres the thing though-most americans are RFID'd already. Carry a credit or debit card? You're already chipped. Carry your passport? Yup, you're carrying a chip. Carrying paper money? Yep, you've got a chip.
Originally posted by Trueman
As I check, the only way to confirm the article would be going to the tabloid webside and buy the old issue. Who wants to do that?
Hey, The London Library has extence records from all main newspaper but not The Sun.