As the world continues to advance technologically, so do more initiatives that encroach on our basic human rights. It seems we?re on our way to becoming a card-less, cashless society. Remember when our credit and debit cards didn?t have a chip, and we had to sign for our purchases? Well, they got a chip, and the next step might be a chip inside of our body, and not inside of the card.
In fact, microchip implants in humans are already on the market. For example, an American company called Applied Digital Solutions (ADS) has developed one approximately the size of a grain of rice, and has already had it approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for distribution and implementation. (source)
Not long ago, Ex DARPA director and Google Executive (now a Facebook executive), Regina Dugan, was promoting the idea of microchipping humans. You can view…
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