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Old 04-02-2010, 10:09 PM   #121
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Its a sales speech promoting a service or product. I liked the idea of presenting the RFID since people don't think its real and well its different. Plus, it would make for a great PowerPoint with nice images
And get people thinking at the same time nice one.
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Old 18-03-2010, 05:19 PM   #122
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I've just come across this strange tale which has a section on implanted chips.
http://whale.to/b/reed_b2.html

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Here Ettissh explains how the reptilians plan for us is to have us all implanted with a minute device. We will agree to this implant because it will seem better than not having one. In order for us to agree they are currently replacing cash with a card, this card will be made to seem insecure and subject to theft, we will then believe that a small device under our skin a financially better option. The whole world is to be implanted so native cultures that do not bank are being or will be destroyed. The most likely way that the reptilians believe they will implant this device is via an identity card and this will then be made to seem inconvenient, it will get lost and replacement will be difficult. We will agree to an identity implant as a solution to the problem of lost identity cards. This device will enable the reptilians to kill us and they plan to do this when everyone in the globe is implanted. Ettissh says we will all be killed by electrocution via the implant. I believe this is possible having received the weapons I describe.

Q - Why are you here?

E - To take over the planet, girl. We are in control right now - you are all going to be killed one day and then our hybrids will take over and this is our planet not Yours.

Q - What do you want?

E -We want your planet, no two ways about it, that's all we want.

Q - why don't you co-exist with us?

E - no we can't co-exist because you'll kill us, no we've got to get rid of you - there's so many of us that we need the whole lot and more besides.

Q - How are you going to kill us all?

E - You are all going to die but prior to that we'll have you all under wraps.

Q - How?

E - with an implant

Q - Is it a microchip?

E - Maybe, maybe not.

Q - what about that lens of the eye identity thing?

E - We want to do that - so we can identify you all - no fake passports, we'll know who you are.

Q - How are you going to kill us?

E - We'll have you all implanted and then we'll set this timer ticking and you'll all go off pot - the implant will wipe you all out

Q -Are you using this implant already?

E - yes we've got a few people tagged up.

Q - Who?

E - prisoners, — yes we've tried it on animals......we'll rig it so it kills you - it will electrify you -we're not sure yet exactly how we are going to do it - no we can't use virus's it isn't effective - some sort of electrocution — Right now we haven't got the technology- we are working on it.

Q - How will people agree to this implant?

E - they'll want it, because they'll think it's a good thing

Q-Why?

E - because we are rigging it right now -money girl - it isn't secure - theft, fraud, money laundering, wallets getting stolen, credit card fraud, lost pins. A microchip will seem a better option - you'll be totally secure, no theft what so ever — that's are second option isn't it, our number one is the identity card , plan A and- the identity card will replace everything - your passport, NHS number, driving licence and that's another way we can put the implant in, social security number, because they'll get lost and it will makes things awkward for you -no holiday abroad for the next year because there'll be delays in replacing it - if that's lost everything's gone hasn't it - they'll have no way of doing nothing until it's replaced and we'll probably say we'll replace it at a drop of a hat but then things will change and it isn't going to be replaced so easy - extremely convenient after the deed. We may try both and see what works out.
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Old 18-03-2010, 11:52 PM   #123
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Scientists Successfully Embed Silicon Chips Inside Human Cells

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Scientists have already created mini-cyborgs out of living cells and semiconductor materials, but now biological cells can also contain tiny silicon chips. Those silicon chips could become future intracellular sensors that monitor microscopic activities, deliver drugs to target cells or even repair cell structures, according to Nanowerk.
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Old 09-06-2010, 07:35 PM   #124
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And then why do so many babies have birthmarks in their necks?

Probably because that area is close to the brains and will be covered (hidden) by hair later.
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Old 13-06-2010, 01:01 AM   #125
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Came across this article from www.Boston.com

The Letters at the bottom are very interesting...


http://www.boston.com/community/moms...our_child.html
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Old 13-06-2010, 04:28 PM   #126
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Exclamation Micro chipps and physical control?

Hi I'm really new here, but I have read all David's books...

I have a question that has been playing in my mind for some time about micro chips... since our physiology is all based on electronic messages to move our muscles and work our organs... I believe that it may be possible to "move" a person against their will with the right technology using the micro chips ... I know that I may sound nuts but if anyone knows more about this possibility than I do, pleas let me know.
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Old 13-06-2010, 04:34 PM   #127
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A remote control that controls humans (English audio)


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SHORT STORY: REMOTE CONTROL CAN USE ELECTRICAL IMPULSES TO CONTROL HUMAN
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"Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp, a leading provider of telecommunications services in Japan, has developed a prototype of a device that controls the direction of human bipedal movement. A human subject wears a helmet which conducts a low voltage electrical current (eg, painless) into the balance guiding region inside the ear; which causes the head to tilt to the side of the head where electricity is applied. "NTT researchers say they were able to make a person walk along a route in the shape of a giant pretzel using this technique.""
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I've just come across this strange tale which has a section on implanted chips.
http://whale.to/b/reed_b2.html
For a 'reptilian master race', they have a rather strange grasp of the English language. It reads like it was written by a ten year old who's watched too many gangster films!
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Old 17-06-2010, 09:14 PM   #129
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ok i overstand that by paying nothing i dont get the privlidges of the others but god damn you must be with the beats if you insist on making people pay to get the info they need your a fuckin capitalistic reptilian snake
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Old 17-06-2010, 10:01 PM   #130
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havent watched the vids, anything like this in any of them.



and yes ive been doing the rounds to find out, trust that, and considering that they always want me to give technicle info and numbers as well as dates times and whatnot,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and i just sit htere and say i didnt put it there nor did i agree and if i did it was as a child and even then they never mentioned it.

closest ive found is DARPA.
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Pentagon to implant microchips in soldiers' brains

The Department of Defense is planning to implant microchips in soldiers' brains for monitoring their health information, and has already awarded a $1.6 million contract to the Center for Bioelectronics, Biosensors and Biochips (C3B) at Clemson University for the development of an implantable "biochip".

Soldiers fear that the biochip, about the size of a grain of rice, which measures and relays information on soldiers vital signs 24 hours a day, can be used to put them under surveillance even when they are off duty.

But Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, C3B director and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Bioengineering claims the that the invivo biosensors will save lives as first responders to the trauma scene could inject the biochip into the wounded victim and gather data almost immediately.

He believes that the device has other long-term potential applications, such as monitoring astronauts’ vital signs during long-duration space flights and reading blood-sugar levels for diabetics.

“We now lose a large percentage of patients to bleeding, and getting vital information such as how much oxygen is in the tissue back to ER physicians and medical personnel can often mean the difference between life and death,” said Guiseppi-Elie. “Our goal is to improve the quality and expediency of care for fallen soldiers and civilian trauma victims.” The biochip also may be injected as a precaution to future traumas."

Clemson scientists have formulated a gel that mimics human tissue and reduces the chances of the body rejecting the biochip, which has been a problem in the past.

The researcher predicts the biochip is five years away from human trials, and the DoD could start implanting microchips in soldiers bodies soon after.

and by the way mine was probley put in mid 70's, kinda looks like the one on the site link.
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Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors
By TODD LEWAN | AP National Writer - September 9, 2007

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved implanting microchips in humans, the manufacturer said it would save lives, letting doctors scan the tiny transponders to access patients' medical records almost instantly. The FDA found "reasonable assurance" the device was safe, and a sub-agency even called it one of 2005's top "innovative technologies."

But neither the company nor the regulators publicly mentioned this: A series of veterinary and toxicology studies, dating to the mid-1990s, stated that chip implants had "induced" malignant tumors in some lab mice and rats.

"The transponders were the cause of the tumors," said Keith Johnson, a retired toxicologic pathologist, explaining in a phone interview the findings of a 1996 study he led at the Dow Chemical Co. in Midland, Mich.

Leading cancer specialists reviewed the research for The Associated Press and, while cautioning that animal test results do not necessarily apply to humans, said the findings troubled them. Some said they would not allow family members to receive implants, and all urged further research before the glass-encased transponders are widely implanted in people.

To date, about 2,000 of the so-called radio frequency identification, or RFID, devices have been implanted in humans worldwide, according to VeriChip Corp. The company, which sees a target market of 45 million Americans for its medical monitoring chips, insists the devices are safe, as does its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, of Delray Beach, Fla.

"We stand by our implantable products which have been approved by the FDA and/or other U.S. regulatory authorities," Scott Silverman, VeriChip Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, said in a written response to AP questions.

The company was "not aware of any studies that have resulted in malignant tumors in laboratory rats, mice and certainly not dogs or cats," but he added that millions of domestic pets have been implanted with microchips, without reports of significant problems.

"In fact, for more than 15 years we have used our encapsulated glass transponders with FDA approved anti-migration caps and received no complaints regarding malignant tumors caused by our product."

The FDA also stands by its approval of the technology.

Did the agency know of the tumor findings before approving the chip implants? The FDA declined repeated AP requests to specify what studies it reviewed.

The FDA is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services, which, at the time of VeriChip's approval, was headed by Tommy Thompson. Two weeks after the device's approval took effect on Jan. 10, 2005, Thompson left his Cabinet post, and within five months was a board member of VeriChip Corp. and Applied Digital Solutions. He was compensated in cash and stock options.

Thompson, until recently a candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, says he had no personal relationship with the company as the VeriChip was being evaluated, nor did he play any role in FDA's approval process of the RFID tag.

"I didn't even know VeriChip before I stepped down from the Department of Health and Human Services," he said in a telephone interview.

Also making no mention of the findings on animal tumors was a June report by the ethics committee of the American Medical Association, which touted the benefits of implantable RFID devices.

Had committee members reviewed the literature on cancer in chipped animals?

No, said Dr. Steven Stack, an AMA board member with knowledge of the committee's review.

Was the AMA aware of the studies?

No, he said.

Published in veterinary and toxicology journals between 1996 and 2006, the studies found that lab mice and rats injected with microchips sometimes developed subcutaneous "sarcomas" -- malignant tumors, most of them encasing the implants.

* A 1998 study in Ridgefield, Conn., of 177 mice reported cancer incidence to be slightly higher than 10 percent -- a result the researchers described as "surprising."

* A 2006 study in France detected tumors in 4.1 percent of 1,260 microchipped mice. This was one of six studies in which the scientists did not set out to find microchip-induced cancer but noticed the growths incidentally. They were testing compounds on behalf of chemical and pharmaceutical companies; but they ruled out the compounds as the tumors' cause. Because researchers only noted the most obvious tumors, the French study said, "These incidences may therefore slightly underestimate the true occurrence" of cancer.

* In 1997, a study in Germany found cancers in 1 percent of 4,279 chipped mice. The tumors "are clearly due to the implanted microchips," the authors wrote.

Caveats accompanied the findings. "Blind leaps from the detection of tumors to the prediction of human health risk should be avoided," one study cautioned. Also, because none of the studies had a control group of animals that did not get chips, the normal rate of tumors cannot be determined and compared to the rate with chips implanted.

Still, after reviewing the research, specialists at some pre-eminent cancer institutions said the findings raised red flags.

"There's no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members," said Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Before microchips are implanted on a large scale in humans, he said, testing should be done on larger animals, such as dogs or monkeys. "I mean, these are bad diseases. They are life-threatening. And given the preliminary animal data, it looks to me that there's definitely cause for concern."

Dr. George Demetri, director of the Center for Sarcoma and Bone Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, agreed. Even though the tumor incidences were "reasonably small," in his view, the research underscored "certainly real risks" in RFID implants.

In humans, sarcomas, which strike connective tissues, can range from the highly curable to "tumors that are incredibly aggressive and can kill people in three to six months," he said.

At the Jackson Laboratory in Maine, a leader in mouse genetics research and the initiation of cancer, Dr. Oded Foreman, a forensic pathologist, also reviewed the studies at the AP's request.

At first he was skeptical, suggesting that chemicals administered in some of the studies could have caused the cancers and skewed the results. But he took a different view after seeing that control mice, which received no chemicals, also developed the cancers. "That might be a little hint that something real is happening here," he said. He, too, recommended further study, using mice, dogs or non-human primates.

Dr. Cheryl London, a veterinarian oncologist at Ohio State University, noted: "It's much easier to cause cancer in mice than it is in people. So it may be that what you're seeing in mice represents an exaggerated phenomenon of what may occur in people."

Tens of thousands of dogs have been chipped, she said, and veterinary pathologists haven't reported outbreaks of related sarcomas in the area of the neck, where canine implants are often done. (Published reports detailing malignant tumors in two chipped dogs turned up in AP's four-month examination of research on chips and health. In one dog, the researchers said cancer appeared linked to the presence of the embedded chip; in the other, the cancer's cause was uncertain.)

Nonetheless, London saw a need for a 20-year study of chipped canines "to see if you have a biological effect." Dr. Chand Khanna, a veterinary oncologist at the National Cancer Institute, also backed such a study, saying current evidence "does suggest some reason to be concerned about tumor formations."

Meanwhile, the animal study findings should be disclosed to anyone considering a chip implant, the cancer specialists agreed.

To date, however, that hasn't happened.

The product that VeriChip Corp. won approval for use in humans is an electronic capsule the size of two grains of rice. Generally, it is implanted with a syringe into an anesthetized portion of the upper arm.

When prompted by an electromagnetic scanner, the chip transmits a unique code. With the code, hospital staff can go on the Internet and access a patient's medical profile that is maintained in a database by VeriChip Corp. for an annual fee.

VeriChip Corp., whose parent company has been marketing radio tags for animals for more than a decade, sees an initial market of diabetics and people with heart conditions or Alzheimer's disease, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

The company is spending millions to assemble a national network of hospitals equipped to scan chipped patients.

But in its SEC filings, product labels and press releases, VeriChip Corp. has not mentioned the existence of research linking embedded transponders to tumors in test animals.

When the FDA approved the device, it noted some Verichip risks: The capsules could migrate around the body, making them difficult to extract; they might interfere with defibrillators, or be incompatible with MRI scans, causing burns. While also warning that the chips could cause "adverse tissue reaction," FDA made no reference to malignant growths in animal studies.

Did the agency review literature on microchip implants and animal cancer?

Dr. Katherine Albrecht, a privacy advocate and RFID expert, asked shortly after VeriChip's approval what evidence the agency had reviewed. When FDA declined to provide information, she filed a Freedom of Information Act request. More than a year later, she received a letter stating there were no documents matching her request.

"The public relies on the FDA to evaluate all the data and make sure the devices it approves are safe," she says, "but if they're not doing that, who's covering our backs?"

Late last year, Albrecht unearthed at the Harvard medical library three studies noting cancerous tumors in some chipped mice and rats, plus a reference in another study to a chipped dog with a tumor. She forwarded them to the AP, which subsequently found three additional mice studies with similar findings, plus another report of a chipped dog with a tumor.

Asked if it had taken these studies into account, the FDA said VeriChip documents were being kept confidential to protect trade secrets. After AP filed a FOIA request, the FDA made available for a phone interview Anthony Watson, who was in charge of the VeriChip approval process.

"At the time we reviewed this, I don't remember seeing anything like that," he said of animal studies linking microchips to cancer. A literature search "didn't turn up anything that would be of concern."

In general, Watson said, companies are expected to provide safety-and-effectiveness data during the approval process, "even if it's adverse information."

Watson added: "The few articles from the literature that did discuss adverse tissue reactions similar to those in the articles you provided, describe the responses as foreign body reactions that are typical of other implantable devices. The balance of the data provided in the submission supported approval of the device."

Another implantable device could be a pacemaker, and indeed, tumors have in some cases attached to foreign bodies inside humans. But Dr. Neil Lipman, director of the Research Animal Resource Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, said it's not the same. The microchip isn't like a pacemaker that's vital to keeping someone alive, he added, "so at this stage, the payoff doesn't justify the risks."

Silverman, VeriChip Corp.'s chief executive, disagreed. "Each month pet microchips reunite over 8,000 dogs and cats with their owners," he said. "We believe the VeriMed Patient Identification System will provide similar positive benefits for at-risk patients who are unable to communicate for themselves in an emergency."

And what of former HHS secretary Thompson?

When asked what role, if any, he played in VeriChip's approval, Thompson replied: "I had nothing to do with it. And if you look back at my record, you will find that there has never been any improprieties whatsoever."

FDA's Watson said: "I have no recollection of him being involved in it at all." VeriChip Corp. declined comment.

Thompson vigorously campaigned for electronic medical records and healthcare technology both as governor of Wisconsin and at HHS. While in President Bush's Cabinet, he formed a "medical innovation" task force that worked to partner FDA with companies developing medical information technologies.

At a "Medical Innovation Summit" on Oct. 20, 2004, Lester Crawford, the FDA's acting commissioner, thanked the secretary for getting the agency "deeply involved in the use of new information technology to help prevent medication error." One notable example he cited: "the implantable chips and scanners of the VeriChip system our agency approved last week."

After leaving the Cabinet and joining the company board, Thompson received options on 166,667 shares of VeriChip Corp. stock, and options on an additional 100,000 shares of stock from its parent company, Applied Digital Solutions, according to SEC records. He also received $40,000 in cash in 2005 and again in 2006, the filings show.

The Project on Government Oversight called Thompson's actions "unacceptable" even though they did not violate what the independent watchdog group calls weak conflict-of-interest laws.

"A decade ago, people would be embarrassed to cash in on their government connections. But now it's like the Wild West," said the group's executive director, Danielle Brian.

Thompson is a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, a Washington law firm that was paid $1.2 million for legal services it provided the chip maker in 2005 and 2006, according to SEC filings.

He stepped down as a VeriChip Corp. director in March to seek the GOP presidential nomination, and records show that the company gave his campaign $7,400 before he bowed out of the race in August.

In a TV interview while still on the board, Thompson was explaining the benefits -- and the ease -- of being chipped when an interviewer interrupted:

"I'm sorry, sir. Did you just say you would get one implanted in your arm?"

"Absolutely," Thompson replied. "Without a doubt."

"No concerns at all?"

"No."

But to date, Thompson has yet to be chipped himself.


On the Web:

http://www.verichipcorp.com

http://www.antichips.com

http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/
Hi Matrixcutter,

That article is the exact reason why I felt uncomfortable putting in a microchip in my cat. I told the vet not to implant the chip but they did it anyways. It was an option but they made a mistake. Now I'm screwed. When I asked to have it removed they hesitated to say "yes" because surgical removal could cause muscle injury to my cat. I don't want to harm my cat.

Now what happens if my cat gets a tumor or cancer because of the chip? I just caused injury to my cat regardless. I cherish all life. I don't want my cat to ever be sick or injured.

I see millions of pet owners not understanding why you wouldn't want to have your pet implanted when you can use to find your lost cast. They obviously don't take the tumor case above seriously. They brush it aside. They don't think about the possible consequences.

This is about personal choice of freedom for you and and your pet. Why implant a chip if it's hard to remove and could cause injury?

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Old 28-10-2010, 07:20 PM   #133
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The implantable Microchip (9mins 20s)

IBM, Verichip, and the Fouth Reich (8mins 29s)

Operation Lie and Deceive Verichip Style (8mins 1s)

Mind Control Microchip Verichip Welcome to the Machines (6mins 40s)

The Biochip (9mins 14s)


BBC Money Programme: The Real Big Brother

BBC Microchip pt.1 (9mins 58s)

BBC Microchip pt.2 (9mins 58s)

BBC Microchip pt.3 (9mins 4s)

(Youtube videos can be downloaded as FLV files - save with .flv at the end of the file name - from http://keepvid.com/)


Freedom to Fascism the Microchip (9mins 38s)

MicroChip ID - National Geografic Channel ® Pt.1 (5mins 25s)

MIcroChip ID - National Geografic Channel ® Pt.2 (2mins 37s)

MIcrochipping the Troops!! ® (2mins 28s)


Predictive programming (transcript 1 and 2) and propaganda from PBS:

PBS documentary: 22nd Century - World Wide Mind (56mins)

Also available on youtube:
1 of 6
2 of 6
3 of 6
4 of 6
5 of 6
6 of 6


Aaron Russo discusses the long-term global agenda (revealed to him by Nick Rockefeller) including plans to microchip the population (1hr 9mins)

Shorter 15-minute version
Aaron Russo has sadly passed away. Rest in Peace.


MKULTRA Military Intelligence (#13) (9mins 32s)


(Implanted brain chips discussed at the end.)

MKULTRA Scientists (#14) (7mins 50s)




More at Verichip's Website, including CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight (3mins 13s)


Phew, that felt like work.

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http://www.petitiononline.com/verichip/petition.html Please sign this petition if you don't want chipped, Thanks.
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The Revelations of John speak about the Microchip. I am sure this is the correct interpretation of the passages regarding "the mark":

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=142683
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The Revelations of John speak about the Microchip. I am sure this is the correct interpretation of the passages regarding "the mark":

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=142683
No, its not the correct interpretation. We've been lied for centuries to believe that.
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Hi Matrixcutter,

That article is the exact reason why I felt uncomfortable putting in a microchip in my cat. I told the vet not to implant the chip but they did it anyways. It was an option but they made a mistake. Now I'm screwed. When I asked to have it removed they hesitated to say "yes" because surgical removal could cause muscle injury to my cat. I don't want to harm my cat.

Now what happens if my cat gets a tumor or cancer because of the chip? I just caused injury to my cat regardless. I cherish all life. I don't want my cat to ever be sick or injured.

I see millions of pet owners not understanding why you wouldn't want to have your pet implanted when you can use to find your lost cast. They obviously don't take the tumor case above seriously. They brush it aside. They don't think about the possible consequences.

This is about personal choice of freedom for you and and your pet. Why implant a chip if it's hard to remove and could cause injury?

I had this same question, thank you! I am going to do some research but I am interested in any input from here for sure. Thanks. We adopted our dog and the humane society chips all of the critters who come through there. Ever since hearing of these problems, I have been concerned.
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Hospital patients now being microchipped with “electronic tattoos”

Christina Luisa
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Being microchipped is now being spun as a method of protecting the health of hospital patients. To help mask the practice of this bodily invasion with a trendy, high-tech appearance, microchipping sensors are being referred to as “electronic tattoos” that can attach to human skin and stretch and move without breaking.

Supposedly the comparisons of this hair-thin electronic patch-like chip to an electronic tattoo are being made because of how it adheres to the skin like a temporary tattoo using only water.

The small chip is less than 50 micrometers thick, which is thinner in diameter than a human hair. It is being marketed as a “safe” and easy way to temporarily monitor the heart and brain in patients while replacing bulky medical equipment currently being used in hospitals.

This device uses micro-electronics technology called an epidermal electronic system (EES) and is said to be a development that will “transform” medical sensing technology, computer gaming and even spy operations, according to a study published last week.

The hair-thin chip was developed by an international team of researchers from the United States, China and Singapore and is described in the Journal of Science.

The proven link between animal microchipping and cancer

Pet microchips have become increasingly common over the past few years. These chips are marked with a small barcode that can be scanned just like the tags on grocery items.

This seems to suggest that microchips are meant to turn the wearer into an object that can be tracked and catalogued. Once inserted in an animal, the chip stays there for the entirety of its lifetime and can be used to identify the pet if it should be found on the street or turned into a shelter. The subdermal chips are often recommended by vets and animal care experts as a way to ensure lost pets find their way home again.

But research suggests that despite their proclaimed usefulness, pet microchips may cause cancer. Multiple studies have clearly linked pet microchips with increased incidence of cancer and tumors in mice and rats.

In the past, public disclosure of these suggested links between microchipping and cancer in animals stirred widespread concern over the safety of implantable microchips in living beings. The animal microchip study findings that created such an uproar were so persuasive that Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, was quoted in an article about microchipping as saying, “There’s no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members.”

A 2001 study found that 1% of rats with implanted microchips developed cancerous tumors near the chip location. At least a dozen animal studies have been done between 1990 and 2007 and most concluded that microchips significantly increased the risk of cancer at the microchip site.

Soon we’ll all have “cool electronic tattoos!”

All the electronic parts of the new EES chip are built out of wavy, snake-like components which allow them to be stretched and squeezed. They also contain tiny solar cells which can generate power or get energy from electromagnetic radiation. The sensor is mounted on to a water-soluble sheet of plastic and attached to the body by brushing the surface with water – hence the comparison to a temporary tattoo.

This new device being implanted in hospital patients certainly looks and acts like a microchip – yet it is persistently being referred to as an “electronic tattoo” in order to make the concept appear harmless, friendly – even trendy!

Invasive microchips – is the cost worth the convenience?

Scientists claim the supposed advantage of the EES chips is their ability to cut back on the bevy of wires, gel-coated sticky pads and monitors that are currently relied on to keep track of the vital signs of hospital patients. Apparently these traditional forms of bulky equipment and monitors are overly “distressing” to patients.

It appears scientists believe these new microchips are convenient enough that they outweigh the potential risks.

In test trials, the microchip was purposefully attached to the throat of a human and used to detect differences in words such as up, down, left, right, go and stop. Researchers used these functions to control a simple computer game.

Is the convenience of not having to manually operate equipment great enough to justify the implantation of an electronic sensor beneath the skin of humans? Would you trust a microchip to monitor your bodily functions without causing health hazards in the process?

The future of America: microchipped zombies

Researchers believe the technology could be used to replace traditional wires and cables, but this sounds remarkably like an excuse used to cover up the real truth: that this new microchipping method is a way to ensure all of us are eventually microchipped and able to be tracked and monitored. Soon, everyone will be required to wear chips or “tattoos” that prove they got their vaccinations, to link to health records, credit history and social security records.

If the government can require Americans to carry microchipped documents including your work, financial and health records, it seems it is only a matter of time before these chips will be implanted for the sake of “convenience” or “security.” According to them, all of this is being done “for our own good.”

Read more and watch videos about the government’s agenda to microchip all humans by 2017 here: http://yedies.blogspot.com/2010/11/…

Sources used and further reading:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-14…

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?
id=CNG.6e1e2ad90e2d94b12b6258b7e9c5b33d.611&show_article=1

http://www.suite101.com/content/do-…

http://www.infowars.com/hospital-pat...ronic-tattoos/
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Old 26-08-2011, 01:02 PM   #138
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Don' we already have the GPS Global Positioning System - people can't do without anymore...shame it was fun to get lost or to find a mysterious or interesting place by "accident" - i used to call these my "magical mystery tours"...and it worked...
well with the GPS and that weird voice in your car...nor more fun!
But "they" know exactly where you are!

yes "piercing" is an excellent way to get used to having implants!

How about Internet an excellent way to be traceable

Government bodies do just that all the time
Normal with all the abuse on the Net!!!
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Bionic brain chips are currently used to control a person and monitor them through memristor minds, through currents which are created by electric charge which creates interchanging electric magnetic fields they do this by firing directed energy weapons at the brain. Therefore i know as i have experienced this you don’t need to be chipped.

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UFO contactee Alex Collier shares his information about the alien / E.T. agenda to:

- implant everybody with RFID microchips
- destroy the United States with the power of FEMA and the United Nations

This lecture was filmed in 1995. The whole lecture is full of information from different conspiracy areas. Alex Collier Volume One is also a good video to watch.


Alex Collier Volume One


Nicholas Rockefeller reveals the RFID microchipping agenda to Aaron Russo


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