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Microchips - Verichips - Implants - FDA APPROVES 4 HUMANS February 17, 2008 3:55 AM

Is big brother watching you?

radio waves radiate from reader while VeriChip glows

Inductive thinking
Faraday's little discovery opened the door to electrical research and electrical gadgetry: Induction is used in motors, generators and transformers, to name three everyday devices.

Induction is also used in passive RFID tags, the ones that are already tracking cats, dogs, and humans, and will soon be tracking packages and all manner of what-not.

For induction, either the conductor (antenna) or the magnetic field must be moving. In an RFID, the wave-like electromagnetic field is, in effect, moving, so a stationary conductor can pick up a current, explains John Booske, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. "Currents are set up in the antenna. Currents are moving electrons, and their movement energy is utilized to activate the integrated circuit and radiate back to the reader," says Booske, who studies microwave devices.

The integrated circuit, or "chip," is the brain of an RFID tag. Some brain: Usually, all it does is beam an identification number back to the reader.

The range of passive tags is limited by the "inverse square law." The power of sound, light, or other electromagnetic energy falls off with distance squared: A signal with a strength of 1 watt per square meter at a distance of 1 centimeter (1/12 ) will drop to 1/4 watt per square meter at 2 centimeters (1/22)....

'Our experiences show that this is not ready for prime time. The  performance problems are a long way from being solved.'Passive RFID tags get their power from the radio scanner that     

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 February 17, 2008 3:55 AM

Government of the Beast

Revelation 13:16
And he causes all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free and the bond, that there be given them a mark on their right hand, or upon their forehead; 

The second beast (false prophet) gives the orders to implant every human being on earth with the mark of the beast.  Will this false prophet be the surgeon general?  

On October 13, 2004 the FDA approved the Verichip for human implantation, to be used for medical purposes.  At the present time, people who receive these microchip implants do so voluntarily, but in the future, the false prophet will make it mandatory.  

Is this the mark of the beast?

The uses of the microchip will also be more varied.  It will be required as a verification device.  This is how Veripay works.

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 February 17, 2008 3:55 AM

Pentagon Studies Human Microchip Implants In Soldiers


The Defense Department’s plans to study implanting microchips in soldiers is already sparking concerns about privacy issues (and is likely to send the stock price of tinfoil to new highs). It’s only a $1.6 million study, but there’s something about human RFID implants that tends — quite understandably — to make people’s skin crawl.

read more | digg story

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 February 17, 2008 3:56 AM

Implantable Human Tracking Chip Launched:
Injected Under Your Skin 

MEXICO CITY, Mexico—Borrowing from technology for tracking pets, a U.S. company on Thursday launched Mexican sales of microchips that can be implanted under a person's skin and used to confirm health history and identity.

Carlos Altamirano is implanted with the VeriChip, a microchip that is used to confirm everything from health history to identity.

Carlos Altamirano is implanted with the VeriChip, 
a microchip that is used to confirm everything 
from health history to identity.

The microchips, already available in the United States, could tap into a growing industry surrounding Mexico's criminal concerns. Kidnappings, robberies and fraud are common here, and Mexicans are constantly looking for ways to protect themselves against crime.

The microchip, the size of a grain of rice, is implanted in the arm or hip. Hospital officials and security guards use a scanning device to download a serial number, which they then use to access blood type, name and other information on a computer.

How much?

One chip costs $150 and has a $50 annual fee. The scanning device and related software cost $1,200. Users can update and manage their chips' information by calling a 24-hour customer service line.

Implanted into the arm

In a two-hour presentation, Palm Beach, Florida-based Applied Digital Solutions introduced reporters to the VeriChip and used a syringe-like device and local anesthetic to implant a sample in the arm of employee Carlos Altamirano.....

Company officials said they are working on 
developing similar technology that would 
use satellites to help find people who may 
have been kidnapped. note
Or perhaps they would use it to locate a prisoner 
who had one implanted while unconscious, as is 
the condition of many of the Guantanamo captives, 
held without trial afforded to them by the Geneva 

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RFID Technology   
Facilitating Life VeriChip, VeriMed, Applied Digital Technologies, Implanted Microchip, rfid
Saving Treatment

Patient Identification

"My wife had triple bypass surgery. If she's brought to the hospital, I want to make sure they have the information they need to take care of her. The RFID MicroChip is that technology. We both feel comfort knowing her medical information is always with her." - Craig W.

AnestaWeb is the Official South Florida Resource of RFID MicroChip Products.........
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Wake Up Legislature, V-Chip only makes sense for NON ANIMATE Objects, Chemicals, Weapons, Etc. February 20, 2008 9:07 AM

LEGISLATORS NEED A WAKE UP CALL. V-Chip only makes sense for NON ANIMATE OBJECTS. Homo Sapients are already trackable without a V-chip as has already been tested for the past 30 years.  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 February 21, 2008 5:56 AM

thank you Childhood!!!!!    so much...  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 February 21, 2008 6:04 AM

It has been known and accepted in the vertinary industry that these self same subdermal tags CAUSE tumor growth.  Not that they promote, encourage, but actively cause it.  This has been known since around '95.  They continue the usage.  RFID is being used in so many products already for tracking, California uses wrist bands to track it's inmates.  It's not a huge leap to the big brother implanting and trackers/scanners in doorways or anyplace else convienient to track your movements.  How long until children are implanted at birth without knowledge or consent in the "protection" of ourselves by our civil rights stripping myopic government?  I am not a big conspiracy theorist and have real issues with most conspiracy theories.  However, watching this current can you not be paranoid?  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 February 21, 2008 6:21 AM

Washington Post article on RF chips, FDA and cancer found here.  Includes links to veterinary study.  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
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