posted on Oct, 13 2004 @ 11:46 AM
There is a chip made by a company called Applied Digital Solutions which is small as a grain of rice and can be injected under the skin or in the
body. It has GPS locating capability, it monitors the vital signs of the individual and relays this info to a satelite. I wonder if this technology
couldn't be used to find hostages in Iraq or any other country before they become victims of their captors. I've been toldthat this chip isn't
capable of sending the signal if the host is inside a building, but it could send the signals, which can be tracked as the captors transport the
hostage to and from their hiding places. Why hasn't the government or anyone else tried to utilize this technology? It could possibly save many lives
if the millitary could at least know the position of the chip the last time it was outdoors. Of course those who had this device in their body would
have to allow implantation prior to going,, and secrecy should be maintained about where the implant was in the body. What is your thoughts on this ?