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Bio Chips

Bio Chips

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I remember the early sixties when the transistor radio was a big thing and now I have lived to the progression of the Mico-Chip.
I remember the early sixties when the transistor radio was a big thing and now I have lived to the progression of the Mico-Chip.

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Published by: book3156 on Feb 08, 2010
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"We're from the government and we are here to help you." The dangers of incrementalism and sub-dermal biochip implants is becoming increasingly clear. Itis also increasingly clear that privacy has become an anachronism. The privacy thefounding fathers so cherished is about to become a footnote in history. Many areaware of the unbridled abuse of the alleged single-purpose Social Security number.The persistent push for a national identification card (complete with biometricelements) is barely a step away from sub-dermal biochip implants.All the assaults on our privacy have a "reasonable" rationalization. Now we have aclassic example of the "reasonable" rationalization of incrementalism. Foreignexecutives and other individuals who are frequent kidnapping targets in LatinAmerica will soon be able to use implantable ID chips and personal GPS devices inan attempt to thwart their abductors. Gosh-oh-gee-golly! Thanks! Applied DigitalSolutions announced recently it had reached an agreement with a distributor to sellits VeriChip and Digital Angel products in three South American countries. Of course, for security reasons, the company refuses to discuss any particularsincluding the names of the countries or the distributor. This isn't black helicopterstuff folks, and it's not far off in the future evil disguised as benign assistance isknocking on the door NOW.Digital Angel is set to fly soon. Implant technology (as in sub-dermal biochipimplants) is about to be beta tested on humans. Applied Digital Solutions will beginbeta testing on humans an implant technology capable of allowing users to emit ahoming beacon, have vital bodily functions monitored and confirm identity whenmaking e-commerce transactions. So notwithstanding the protestations of privacyadvocates or religious critics who warn of the Bible's book of Revelation and themark of the beast, the first production run of Digital Angel devices has begun.Applied Digital Solutions snatched up the patent rights to the miniature digitaltransceiver it has named Digital Angel. Now they are ready to kick off a sea-changemarketing blitzkrieg. The company plans to market the device for a number of uses,including as a tamper-proof means of identification for enhanced e-businesssecurity. If you've just returned from the Amazon or depend on the mainstreammedia to inform you, you may not be up to speed yet. Or, if you are a liberalsocialist democrat you might be in denial.Here's the deal. Digital Angel sends and receives data and can be continuouslytracked by global positioning satellite technology. When implanted within a body,the device is powered electromechanically through the movement of muscles andcan be activated either by the wearer or by a monitoring facility.
 According to ADS Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Richard Sullivan, "Webelieve its potential for improving individual and e-business security and enhancingthe quality of life for millions of people is virtually limitless Although we're in theearly developmental phase, we expect to come forward with applications in manydifferent areas, from medical monitoring to law enforcement. However, in keepingwith our core strengths in the e-business-to-business arena, we plan to focus ourinitial development efforts on the growing field of e-commerce security and user IDverification."This is better than any national ID card. This whiz-bang little device will send asignal from the person wearing Digital Angel to either a computer or the e-merchant with whom he is doing business in order to verify his identity. But e-commerce is only the tip of the invasion-of-privacy iceberg. According to the patenton this hoped-to-be ubiquitous sliver of silicon, it is described as a rescue beacon forkidnapped children and missing persons. The implant will save money by reducingresources used in rescue operations for athletes, including mountain climbers andskiers. Already they are spinning and manufacturing reality:Law enforcement can use the implant to keep track of criminals under house arrest.It will reduce emergency response time by immediately locating individuals indistress.The device also has the capacity to monitor the user's heart rate, blood pressure andother vital functions. Beyond just mere medical readouts, could it also analyzevariances and become an ipso facto lie detector?Peace of mind is a big selling point for this so-called "advancement." They tell us,"Your doctor will know the problem before you do," provided someone ismonitoring your medical data when you get sick. We've been cautioned that ourwould-be controllers would incrementally introduce thisID/tracking/monitor/locator: First, It's been suggested, they would implant thosewho could not refuse (prisoners, and the military). Then, they would build a case for

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