posted on Dec, 3 2009 @ 11:17 AM
Only 14 responses, but 52 flags and front page status????
This is just silly!! There is absolutely no way they would be able to put RFID technology into a vaccine! Many of the people getting the vaccine are
getting the nose spray. The jab is a tiny needle and it is inserted vertically into the skin. An RFID chip, especially a tiny one, would be carried
away by the body's defenses.
Even if the RFID were made small enough (it hasn't been), and even if there were some benefit to injecting unknowing persons (there isn't) the chip
would still have to be inserted almost parallel to the surface of the skin, and remain just below the surface. If anyone getting their vaccines, has
the needle inserted in this manner, then you should worry!!
Even the larger and more powerful chips would be ineffective if they were inserted deeply into the tissue. This imaginarily tiny chip could not
possibly work if it were embedded deeply into the tissue, plus if it were this small and this deep, it would easily be carried away and disposed of by
the circulatory and lymphatic systems.
The language in the HealthCare bill, which probably won't pass anyway, is regarding implantable devices already in use, and it serves to identify
them. Implantable devices such as pacemakers, pins, plates, etc. They need to be identified for tracking purposes in case of recalls or recurring
problems, infections, or failures. Most intelligent people assumed such a tracking system already existed. Can you believe that they have no way of
knowing how many pacemakers fail during specific events, or timeframes, and that doctors are not reporting potential problems with these devices to
any central registry for tracking??
I love a good conspiracy theory, and we have plenty to entertain and confound us. The Swine Flu Hype is definitely engineered and the vaccine is
worthless, but adding a ridiculous RFID conspiracy on top of it just serves to undermine the real issues!
[edit on 3-12-2009 by getreadyalready]