DARPA has announced plans to source nanosensors
to be implanted, that monitor soldiers' health on the battlefield.
These nanochips are so small....the sensors in them are smaller that the width of human hair.
tiny sensors thousands of times smaller than the width of human hair will serve as
an internal “guard” against illness during battle.
DARPA called the implants "a truly disruptive innovation," highlighting how healthier soldiers
would change the state of modern warfare
Looks like this is the real deal. The main thrust of this takes off after October 2012,
according to the PDF found at BizOps.
A picture found at PSFK of a nanochip with similar capabilities here:
By the looks of this I would say the writing is now on
the wall. The only questions left are what will
happen to those soldiers who do not allow
And then who is the next target after the soldiers?
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edit on 6-5-2012 by burntheships because: (no reason given)