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  • The US Military Wants To 'Microchip' Troops [Mark Of Beast update]

    05/07/2012 8:49:06 PM PDT · by Quix · 98 replies
    Business Insider: Military & Defense ^ | May 6 2012 | Robert Johnson
    Here's 3 excerpted paragraphs DARPA is at it again. This time, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced plans to create nanochips for monitoring troops health on the battlefield. Kate Knibbs at Mobiledia reports the sensors are targeted at preventing illness and disease, the two causes of most troops medical evacuations. . . . Bob Unruh at WND reports one of those opponents, Katherine Albrecht, co-author of Spychips says “It’s never going to happen that the government at gunpoint says, ‘You’re going to have a tracking chip. It’s always in incremental steps. If you can put a microchip in...
  • UPDATE 1-VeriChip shares jump after H1N1 patent license win...

    09/24/2009 9:38:23 AM PDT · by TaraP · 27 replies · 1,311+ views
    Reuters ^ | September 23rd, 2009
    Sept 21 (Reuters) - Shares of VeriChip Corp (CHIP.O) tripled after the company said it had been granted an exclusive license to two patents, which will help it to develop implantable virus detection systems in humans. The patents, held by VeriChip partner Receptors LLC, relate to biosensors that can detect the H1N1 and other viruses, and biological threats such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, VeriChip said in a statement. The technology will combine with VeriChip's implantable radio frequency identification devices to develop virus triage detection systems. The triage system will provide multiple levels of identification -- the first will identify the...
  • RFID Tracks school kids in Tucson

    05/28/2006 5:15:09 PM PDT · by Tucson_AZ · 82 replies · 1,487+ views
    arizona daily [red] star ^ | 05.28.2006 | Jeff Commings
    "The district-wide program would start with kindergarten through fifth-grade students, Rowley said, because they are less likely to complain about wearing a tracking device. As the children get older, the program could work its way into middle and high schools. "By the time a kindergartner gets to sixth grade, they'll get used to it," Rowley said."
  • Fla.-Made Microchip To Be Used In Volunteers With Memory Loss

    07/03/2006 7:34:32 AM PDT · by new cruelty · 44 replies · 929+ views
    WKMG Local 6 & AP ^ | July 3, 2006
    Four hospitals in Puerto Rico will begin implanting a Florida made microchip the size of a rice grain in patients who suffer from illnesses that cause memory loss, like Alzheimer's disease, a newspaper reported Sunday. The hospitals will start using the microchip, made by the Delray Beach, Fla.-based Verichip Corp., in August, according to El Nuevo Dia. It is inserted in the forearm, costs $200 and is voluntary. "It is a way to offer an additional service because the chip it going to be used on a population that has memory problems ... or great health problems," said Nelson Martinez,...
  • How Creepy Can It Get?

    05/27/2006 6:14:40 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 63 replies · 3,007+ views
    The American Spectator ^ | May 23, 2006 | Eric Peters
    We used to fingerprint felons -- now, we're "inking" traffic scofflaws. Run a couple of mph over the speed limit in the state of Kansas (or even fail to "buckle up for safety") and you'll be duly entered into the Kansas Bureau of Investigation's electronic fingerprint database -- a privilege once reserved for actual criminals, not ordinary citizens who commit minor violations of the motor vehicle code. KBI, authorized by the state government, will be "testing out" 60 automated fingerprint readers throughout the state beginning this month -- all of it funded by a $3.6 million grant from the Department...
  • Paying for drinks with wave of the hand

    04/16/2004 1:08:22 PM PDT · by Delbert · 26 replies · 155+ views
    Worldnet Daily ^ | Posted: April 14, 2004 | By Sherrie Gossett
    YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE ... Paying for drinks with wave of the hand Club-goers in Spain get implanted chips for ID, payment purposes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: April 14, 2004 5:00 p.m. Eastern By Sherrie Gossett © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com Being recognized has never been easier for VIP patrons of the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, Spain. Like a scene out of a science-fiction movie, all it takes is a syringe-injected microchip implant for the beautiful men and women of the nightclub scene to breeze past a "reader" that recognizes their identity, credit balance and even automatically opens doors to exclusive areas of the...
  • Microchips: The New Surrogate Parents?

    07/29/2002 10:04:01 AM PDT · by gubamyster · 3 replies · 114+ views
    FoxNews.com ^ | July 29, 2002 | Jennifer D'Angelo
    <p>NEW YORK — From little ones prone to running off in crowds to big kids hitting the road for the first time, a bunch of new devices claim to help parents keep an "eye" on their children — even when they're not around.</p>
  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

    04/18/2002 10:09:02 PM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 2 replies · 100+ views
    WDN ^ | March 25, 2002
    The April edition of WND's acclaimed monthly magazine, Whistleblower, is a shocking and in-depth exploration of high-tech surveillance and tracking systems now being used on unsuspecting Americans, the rapid move toward human implantation of microchips, and a chilling look into the future. Up until WorldNetDaily first publicized the "Digital Angel" two years ago, Applied Digital Solutions, the manufacturer of the sophisticated miniaturized tracking device, proudly touted its intention of promoting implantation of the chip – trackable via GPS satellites – in vast numbers of human beings. But in the face of waves of publicity and the resulting criticism from privacy...