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Inventor's terminal cancer courtesy of Verichip?

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posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 11:09 AM
Inventor of "Free Energy" found an RFID chip, that caused cancer. Looks like he isn't doing so well... judging from the comments at the bottom. Take a read and see what you think.


I wanted to keep it and analyze it myself, but my doctor convinced me to let him send it off to the lab. My doctor sent it and the surrounding tissue off for pathology. Not surprisingly, there was absolutely no mention of the object itself in the pathology report. The surrounding tissue turned out to be this rare form of cancer that has been linked to excessive x-ray exposure in x-ray technicians. The surgery had disturbed the cancer and sent cancer cells throughout my blood stream. The margins were not clear, indicating that the cancer was still present at the incision site, as well as clear indications now that the cancer has spread. I can't blame the doctor really, as at the time we did not know that it was not a simple skin cancer. What I really want to know is, what was this object, and how in the heck did it get imbedded in the skin of my shoulder without me knowing about it?

Meanwhile, on Thanksgiving evening Bob called and left a voice message in which he informed me that it turns out that the chip that was implanted in his shoulder was made by VeriChip, a company that makes implantable microchips.

posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 11:18 AM
Wow, how strange. Almost too strange, as if it doesn't add up.

posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 11:33 AM
reply to post by Moonsouljah

Yeah it doesn't really add up at all. How is a chip the size of rice going to be able to generate enough power to give you a form of cancer only found in people who have been overexposed to x-rays. I call BS. These "free energy" inventors always have some excuse for why their brilliant inventions never see the light of day.

posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 11:42 AM
So....this guy got an implanted Verichip....oh wait...PositiveID chip and didn't know it?

I'll be the first to call [HOAX].

How would anyone not know they got micro-chipped?

PS: the source is broken.

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