Micro Chip Implant Coming March 23, 2013? Medical Chip? Its Here!/ Smart-dust: Hitachi Develops Worlds Smallest RFID Chip./ TV News with Ron Paul ID Cards? Snopes?

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Micro Chip Implant Coming March 23, 2013
The New Health Care (Obama care) law H.R. 3590 Also HR 4872 requires all US citizens to have the RIFD implanted

This evil plan is being launched by America. its a micro chip injected in your hand. it will contain all your personal data heath and bank accounts etc. its also a GPS device being monitored. they can deactivate it at any time if they find you suspicious or not loyal to their government or go against them or their system and you will lose everything you ever had. soon this device will be made common just like they did credit cards, turning paper money into digital money. means nothing is physically in your hand. it will be made a must for every citizen with time according to their plan and then they will spread it outside America so they can monitor and control as many people as they can and turn them into slaves with their digital technologies.

this device is the future or slavery

BEWARE of this EVIL DEVICE. if you don’t believe me do your own research before you come to argue or debate.

warn more people create this awareness do more research on your own and save yourself from this NEW DEVILRY.

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The chip shown in the photo is actually one that measures glucose levels in diabetes patients, as evidenced by this 2007 article about this new concept in glucose monitoring. …See More

RFID Chip for Continuous Glucose Monitoring Will Be Announced Tomorrow

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Amy Tenderich of Diabetes Mine informs us that VeriChip Corp. plans on announcing details of its glucose monitoring RFID chip that would allow for continuo

Medical Technology News | Medgadget

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Medical gadgets and technologies from around the world.

WELL, Here we go!

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Smart-dust: Hitachi Develops World’s Smallest RFID Chip. Nicknamed “Powder” or “Dust”, the surface area of the new chips is a quarter of the original 0.3 x 0.3 mm, 60µm-thick chip developed by Hitachi in 2003. And this RFID chip is only one-eighth the width of the previous model. — Hitachi expects this tiny size will open the way to new applications for wireless RFID chips. The RFID “powder” can be incorporated into thin paper, such as currency, creating so-called “bugged” money. The RFID Loc8tor can identify special RFID tags from a distance of up to 183 meters (600 feet), and the RFID chips have GPS capabilities. “By taking advantage of the merits of compactness, high authenticity and wireless communication, and combining it with Internet technology, the µ-Chip may be utilized in a broad range of applications such as security, transportation, amusement, traceability and logistics” – said Hitachi engineers who worked on the project. RFID chips are also a source for increasing controversy surrounding issues of privacy. An RFID chip can be used to track the location of unsuspecting individuals who have bought products that include RFID tags in their package. Having miniature cheap RFID chips, such as those developed by Hitachi, implanted inside anything we buy might make many people feel very uncomfortable. The dust-particle size RFID chips can be sprayed on us and absorbed, or taken in foods and drinks, or even injected. Big businesses believe that consumers’ fears are dwarfed by the benefits of RFID chips, which include reduced theft, digital real time inventory, and better information on consumer shopping habits. Funded by DARPA (the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), what was only a theoretical concept in 2001 has now become a reality with the latest development by Hitachi, and could find its way to intelligence agencies across the world. According to the Nikkei website, Hitachi is now planning on developing an even smaller RFID chip using 65-nanometer lithographic technology. (So small .. they may be inhaled?) http://www.riseearth.com/2013/01/hitachi-develops-worlds-smallest-rfid.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+riseearth%2FKZKa+%28RiseEarth%29

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Is this a mosquito…NO! This is an INSECT SPY DRONE already in production.


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2 Comments »

  1. 1
    littlerunningdeer Says:

    Yes, if computers and cell phones can be hacked WOW! think about ID Cards / Medical Chips!

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    littlerunningdeer Says:

    Personal Data Hacked from New German ID Cards Live on Public TV
    http://www.switched.com/…/personal-data-hacked-from-new-ger...
    http://www.switched.com/2010/09/03/personal-data-hacked-from-new-german-id-cards-live-on-public-tv/
    Amar Toor

    by Amar Toor – in 364 Google+ circles – More by Amar Toor
    Sep 3, 2010 – Personal Data Hacked from New German ID Cards Live on Public TV … so-called ‘Chaos Computer Club,’ recently appeared on the German TV show ‘Plusminus’ to … Annual Poll Finds Fox News’ Credibility Rapidly Declined …


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