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First in line: on animal chipping
First in line: on animal chipping

The microchip is the product of serious, well-funded research. The real capabilities of the microchip are much wider than those that are declared. Animals were not the ultimate goal of this technology …

Microchips for pets

Some time ago, citizens of various states faced the fact that when transporting their pets to other cities and countries, they were required to "chip" their pets, i.e. to implant them with a special implant - a microchip. For many, it was a formality, some had never heard of such a system, but some believed that this was the beginning of total control, and in order to accustom the people to such innovations, they started with animals. The problem of animal identification did not arise today: the brand has been an invariable companion of domesticated animals for hundreds of years. However, inexorable technological progress has proposed a more advanced electronic identification system - the AVID microchips. Microchips have long enjoyed great popularity in Europe and North America.

The principle of operation of the microchip

The microchip is implanted using a simple surgical operation: a special capsule made of biocompatible glass 12-18 mm in size with a hermetically packed electronic microcircuit and a microcrystal antenna is inserted under the skin of any animal. Each such microchip has a unique number entered into the memory of the crystal during its manufacture. Special scanners are used to read information from the microchip. It is enough to hold such a scanner over a chipped animal, and the crystal code will be displayed in the device window, which, if desired, can be sent to the personal computer database for more detailed information. Thus, for our cats and dogs, the microchip itself does not mean anything if its number is not entered in the appropriate database. The base is on the Internet. The name and address of the owner, the nickname of the animal itself, the date of vaccination, etc. are entered there.

Convenient, isn't it? With such data, each district veterinary clinic can track how preventive measures are being taken in their area, and, if necessary, inform animal owners about the timing of the next vaccination. With the help of a microchip, you can prove that you are the owner of your pet.

What is the purpose of implementing such a system? It is clear that each animal must have a veterinary passport, however, the question involuntarily arose: will it be limited to animals or will there be a man at the next stage, already with the use of GPS - navigation?

ADS: a microchip for humans

In fact, the use of microchips by animals should not have been limited. In the United States, the implantation of chips in pets and livestock has been carried out since 1987. as an alternative to branding (now about 6 million animals in America carry microchips in their bodies). However, in 1999. Applied Digital Solutions (ADS), acquired Digital Angel Corporation with its VeriChip development, and extended similar technology to humans by implanting microchips into the human body. Thus, microchip implantation technologies have smoothly passed from animals to humans. How serious is this circumstance?

Chip implants began to be developed from the end of the 20th century, and one of the initial areas of these technologies was medical care for paralyzed people. The implantation of such a microchip into the body of a sick person made it possible to set in motion previously inactive organs. Therefore, the implantation of a chip in a person could be justified in itself. However, later the range of application of these devices has greatly expanded …

In 1995 g. Dr. Cole Sanderson, a leading biomedical chip researcher, made a sensational statement: “It has committed $ 500 million to introduce positive identification into the welfare education system (ie, electronic identification under the skin). I spoke with some CIA officials who said that in the government, for example, Henry Kissinger, Lazenberg and others had a discussion about this. The problem was posed directly: we will not be able to control people if we do not mark all of them, i.e. we do not identify ". What did Col Sanderson see dangerous?

The experiment in which he participated was carried out in Phoenix, Arizona, and aimed at developing a miniature implant chip that could work autonomously in the body. According to the scientist, it was necessary to solve the problem of recharging, for which it is necessary to change the body temperature. As a result of research, it turned out that a person has only two suitable places: the forehead and the right hand. This circumstance unwittingly pushed the engineer to a text from the Bible, written about 2000 years ago and talking about the Antichrist (the world ruler - the servant of Satan, who should be born at the end of earthly history): “And he will do what everyone, great and small, rich and the poor, free and slaves will be given a mark on their right hand, or on their forehead, and that no one will be allowed to buy or sell, except for the one who has this mark”(Rev. 13; 16).

Given the ambitious plans of senior executives, Cole Sanderson came to the conclusion that this development was dangerous. One could not attach importance to the doctor's statements if they did not receive practical confirmation. Already in 2002. The first American family (Jeffrey, his wife Leslie and their son Derek Jacobs) were implanted with ADS microchips containing a phone number and information about previous treatment. While our compatriot veterinarians continue to consider implantable microchips for humans to be fiction, today every American can implant a $ 200 VeriChip in himself by paying for the implantation procedure and contributing $ 10 to maintain a record in the database. In 2003. Chipization of Mexico began, where more than 10 thousand people are already wearing implant chips in their bodies. In 2004. identification microchips were implanted in Mexico's Attorney General Rafael Macedo de la Concha and 160 prosecutors. For security purposes, wealthy Brazilians are also implanting microchips on a massive scale.

Many of us have heard of programs that convert audio to text. Such developments are already quite real for household computers, but not so long ago it looked like a fantasy. But converting audio to text is only a part of more global projects in which human thoughts were converted into text. Moreover, this task was solved a long time ago. The only problem was the presence of a sensor on the human body, because without it, the reading of thoughts was not possible. And here it turned out that an implantable microchip was needed, which cannot be removed like a clock …

Currently, there are more than 10 types of implant chips, and, interestingly, modern implantable ID cards are able to carry out payment transactions. However, the new types of microchips developed in recent years have much greater capabilities. In addition to medical and identification functions, they can also perform others - up to changing the behavior of implanted people and controlling their emotions. So, by increasing the production of adrenaline, implant chips will help, for example, soldiers achieve a state of complete fearlessness. Since 2007, the manufacturer VeriChip has been in talks with the US Department of Defense to replace the metal tag with a microchip (RFID chip), and if these negotiations are successful, the US military will receive cyborg soldiers.

For clarity, let's consider a biometric chip for a person, developed by the well-known Motorola company, which produces microchips for the Mondex Smartcard. Its dimensions are 7mm in length and 0.75mm in width, in other words, it is the size of one grain of rice. This microchip contains a transponder (a system for storing and reading information on microchips) and a rechargeable battery. The battery is recharged by fluctuating human body temperature. Reading information occurs through radiation, as in a remote control.

The meaning of chipization is vividly revealed in the document of the European Union, adopted in March 2005 (conclusion N20 of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies, Section 5): “Modern society has come face to face with the changes that need to be subjected to the human essence. Here is the next stage of progress - as a result of observation through video surveillance and biometrics, as well as through various electronic devices, subcutaneous chips and smart tags embedded in the human body, human personalities are changing to such an extent that they are increasingly turning into network personalities. They should be able to receive and transmit from time to time signals of movement, habits and contacts to be monitored and evaluated at all times. This should change the meaning and content of human autonomy. This will change the very concept of human dignity. Some violations of the fundamental, natural rights of an individual that occur to her as the body transforms do not diminish her dignity, as well as her constitutional rights and freedoms."

In June 2008, a meeting of an elite international organization - the Bilderberg Club - took place. One of the agenda items was the issue of large-scale implantation of subcutaneous microchips in Americans under the pretext of fighting terrorism and the need to provide doctors with access to information about the condition of patients in emergency situations. It is assumed that the process will be divided into two stages: at the first stage, the implantation will be voluntary, at the second, as it is said in one of the messages of the Franklin Center for the Study of Law, “after getting acquainted with the procedure and with its advantages, it will be possible to proceed to mandatory implantation” …

Analyzing the information provided, the following conclusions can be drawn. The chip implant is the product of serious, well-funded research. Its real capabilities are much wider than those that are declared. Animals are not the ultimate goal of this technology. First, it makes it possible to have direct contact with the human nervous system. Thus, it is possible to read signals from the brain with a sufficiently high degree of accuracy and provide feedback by sending response signals. It is on this principle that devices work that help to “turn on” non-working arms or legs, mentally control a computer, or enhance the natural capabilities of the body. Secondly, the microchip is capable of storing information in itself and with the help of a scanner (which, by the way, reads information very quickly and at a distance of several meters) can be entered into a computer, where all data concerning the owner of this implant will be displayed. It is enough for a microchip to store in itself only an identification number - all information associated with it will be instantly called up from the corresponding databases: passport or biometric data, driver's license and insurance, medical card and place of work, etc. Ukraine database for animals). Thirdly, although the microchip is autonomous, it is equipped with a radio frequency identification system and can be tracked using a satellite global positioning system at any time of the day, and controlled through a computer system. The issue under consideration has many facets and only a few of them were considered in this investigation. However, the above facts are enough to draw attention to the scale and seriousness of the problem, which in the near future will affect everyone.

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