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    Injectable chip opens door to 'human bar code'

    Radio-frequency identification chips, which have found a home in applications ranging from toll road passes to smart retail shelves, may be close to taking up residence in the human body.

    A Florida-based company has introduced a passive RFID chip that is compatible with human tissue, and the developer is proposing the chip for use on implantable pacemakers, defibrillators and artificial joints. The company, Applied Digital Solutions (Palm Beach, Fla.), also said that the chip could be injected through a syringe and used as a sort of "human bar code" in security applications.

    Just wait until they come up with the one that allows them to track a persons movements. "Big Brother" is watching.

    Jim H

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    Re: Injectable chip opens door to 'human bar code'

    Sidenote: Firm is privately funded by Bill Gates and the Microsoft Foundation and the code name is worlddomination.NET

    If you give a man a fire he'll be warm, if you light the man on fire he'll be warm for life.

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    Re: Injectable chip opens door to 'human bar code'

    Revelation 13:17

    "...and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or name of the beast, or the number of his name."

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    Re: Injectable chip opens door to 'human bar code'

    lol Jim, they already have that you see... it's called the
    cell phone.

    So... if it uses a basic analog frequency, can we go out
    with our frequency counters and transcievers and start
    messing with peoples bodies? If the scan is based off of
    the frequency it wouldn't be hard to set a transciever to
    someone elses frequency and disrupt signals or pretend you
    are someone else... It's probaby harder then that, but still
    the idea of radio-frequency identification seems stupid.

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