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december
30-06-2007, 01:56 AM
Implantable Human Tracking Chip Launched:
Injected Under Your Skin

http://www.mindfully.org/Technology/2003/Human-Tracking-Chip21jul03a.jpg

AP 21jul03

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.

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.

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.

"It doesn't hurt at all," he said. "The whole process is just painless."

Another chip user, Luis Valdez, who is diabetic, said the chip is "as innovative to me as the cell phone."

http://www.mindfully.org/Technology/2003/Human-Tracking-Chip21jul03.htm

http://www.anti-christ.com/images/microchip.jpg

http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20050501/images/curr_microchips.jpg

lemonique
30-06-2007, 06:21 AM
Implantable Human Tracking Chip Launched:
Injected Under Your Skin

http://www.mindfully.org/Technology/2003/Human-Tracking-Chip21jul03a.jpg

AP 21jul03

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.

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.

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.

"It doesn't hurt at all," he said. "The whole process is just painless."

Another chip user, Luis Valdez, who is diabetic, said the chip is "as innovative to me as the cell phone."

http://www.mindfully.org/Technology/2003/Human-Tracking-Chip21jul03.htm

http://www.anti-christ.com/images/microchip.jpg

http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20050501/images/curr_microchips.jpg

Hi December, what's your personal take on these chips? Do you think they are a good idea? bad idea? Would be interested in how you perceive this tech/science. Anyone else?

king
30-06-2007, 07:51 AM
CHIPS ARE GREAT!

just imagine having your cellphone and your ipod replaced by a tiny implantable chip!
wow!

that way you won't have to carry credit card or driver's license -- and more importantly you can listen to your music all the time.

at least this is the step in right direction towards cyborgization of the society.

:D

lemonique
30-06-2007, 08:42 AM
CHIPS ARE GREAT!

just imagine having your cellphone and your ipod replaced by a tiny implantable chip!
wow!

that way you won't have to carry credit card or driver's license -- and more importantly you can listen to your music all the time.

at least this is the step in right direction towards cyborgization of the society.

:D

Yea right! :rolleyes:

21_12_2012
30-06-2007, 11:28 AM
Hi December, what's your personal take on these chips? Do you think they are a good idea?

If you don't mind:-

The 'authorities' being able to track your every move 24/7...
'Them' having access to all your financial/health/personal details.....
Running the risk of your details being leaked to countless other organisations...
Having your identity stolen....
Potentially detrimental physical and mental health effects...
Your thoughts/emotions/mental processes being potentially remotely controlled....

then yes, it's a good idea.

Otherwise...obviously...it's the worst thing that can happen to a person....

ashyr
30-06-2007, 11:36 AM
ahah yeah both sides. its down to personal preference./


if your reading this thread. most ppl will say . "I AM ME I AM FREE" sorry no bye.

but there s few i dont know if ther ebeing sarcastic but yeah ....