posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 08:30 PM
Originally posted by TXTriker
Just saw a news story this morning that leans in this direction. Rice University is developing a computerized label for all goods that will allow
scanners to read an entire grocery cart and ring it up as you walk by.
Wow. I had forgotten about this until your note. Over the years, I have managed various phases of product development, warehouse and inventory
improvement, product marketing, etc. About three years ago I was researching new and improved warehouse and inventory controls and I came across an
article about a new program which would put a tiny chip inside the packaging of individual products. This would allow instant knowledge of inventory
levels, automatic reorders, stock locations within warehouses, the tracking of distribution, and analysis of sales chain. It even would allow market
evaluations at the consumer level...who bought what, when, how many, and how long it was in their home. We never pursued it, but I was under the
impression at that time that it was already in use. Your post makes me want to research it again. Its been so long, I don't even remember what it was
called now. I will edit when/if i find it again.
In regards to the OP, thank you for the post. I appreciate the reminders to keep my eyes open to what is going on around me. I think that, with the
direction that things are heading, there will be a lot of desperate people ready to take whatever relief (and incentives) are offered to them to
release them from their seemingly hopeless situations. I think your descriptions are plausible. I truly feel that micro-chipped humans are only one
more generation away. I think it will be similar to the generational transition from paper to computers...foreign to one generation but akin to food,
water, and air for the next.
To add to this discussion, I have felt for quite some time that the push to microchip beloved pets is just a trial run for micro-chipping beloved
family members. 1) to desensitize us to the idea, 2) to test equipment.
In addition to the OP hypothesis, I think one phase of introduction will begin with a substantially marked increase in news coverage of abducted
and/or murdered children with a subsequent push to begin micro-chipping children and newborn babies for their own safety and for parents peace of
mind. The Disney Corporation already offers cell phones and service which will allow you to track the whereabouts of your children.
I am new to this forum and my constantly curious brain led me all over the internet and finally here. My thoughts may be "kindergarten" compared to
the knowledge that is already here. I won't know until I can gather more info and read more of what is here. This wealth of info is just opening up
to me so bare with me while I read, read, read, and try to get caught up with what's really happening in this crazy world.