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Monday, 26 December 2011

MICROCHIP IMPLANTING IN HUMANS.

THEY CAN SHOVE THOSE CHIPS UP THEIR ASSES.


The idea of implanting a microchip inside a human being has been one of
 the most controversial and debated technological ideas in the last decade
 or so. These microchips would more specifically be defined as an RFID
 (Radio Frequency Identification) chip that has been enclosed within
 silicate glass to be implanted into a human being body. While this idea
 had been experimented with for over 20 years, it wasn't until 2004 that
 the Verichip Corporation got approval from the US Food and Drug
 Administration to sell these items. Since that time hundreds of doctors
 and some hospitals have decided to try this.
The three main benefits that Verichip proposes its implanted RFID chips
 offer are:
1). Patient Identification
It claims that its RFID chip can help to offer an instant patient
 identification, helping emergency cases to get the treatment needed
 right away.
2). Infant Protection
The purpose being to stop infant abductions, and the mixing up of
 babies in the hospital.
3). Wander Prevention
It's purpose being to prevent patients with diseases such as Alzheimer
 from wandering off and also for identifying those who do.
The RFID chips themselves are about the size of a grain of rice and can be
 implanted right under the skin. Each chip has a specific 16 digit number
 id which can be scanned to access a person's personal medical record
 from a password protected database.
Being FDA approved this has to be safe right? Many people don't think so.
Since its FDA approval, many have come forward with facts and criticism
 that these chips are not only unhealthy, but can have very serious
 privacy implications.
The Caspian report "Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents
 and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006," assesses reports and
 research involving implanted microchips in rodents and dogs. Shockingly
 it shows 0.8 to 10.2% of laboratory rodents implanted with microchips
 grew malignant tumors in or around the area of the chip. This growth
, usually sarcomas actually would go on to encase the microchip; Being
 very fast growing these eventually lead to the death of the animal. In
 other reports it shows the link of cancer with dogs implanted with
 microchips. In these cases the chips were unambiguously proven to
 be the reason for the cancer.
Other serious issues with the microchips are the privacy ones. Critics say
 that these chips can be used by governments, businesses, and marketers
 to track and report on everything that you do.
Another issue is the forcing of microchip implanting. While states such
 as California, Wisconsin, and North Dakota have already banned non
-voluntary RFID implantation, there is still a move to make this
 mandatory for some. In Mexico certain government workers were
 mandated to receive implanted microchips. In addition to that, even
 some migrate workers are required by the Mexican government to
 carry RFID cards.
To make things worse huge retailer Wal-Mart is trying to make sure that
 all products carried in its stores contain RFID chips for tracking purposes.
Anti-chip activist Kathryn Albrecht says on ABC 4 NEWS(February 
14, 2007) that "RFID readers can read right through your backpack,
 duffle bag, suitcase to identify everything your wearing or carrying
 right down to the color of your underwear."