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New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely ...


26 Oct 2011 ... New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely killing ... openly speak of microchips designed for implant into human skin: ... Not only do these chips "silently and invisibly" store and transmit personal data, b

New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely killing non-compliant 'slaves' are here Home      About NaturalNews      Contact Us      Write for NaturalNews      Media Info      Advertise with Natural News New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely killing non-compliant 'slaves' are here Wednesday, October 26, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer Tweet Pin It (NaturalNews) Positioned as the solution to eliminating identify theft, lost wallets and purses, and a host of other informat ...

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Use of RFID Tracking Technology To Be Mandatory In US Food ...

31 May 2012 ... The USDA is now considering biometric identification for all individuals ... and is filed under Cashless Society, End Times, Mark of the Beast, RFID. ... to have a chip implanted, but fingerprints are not objectionable to me at all!

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Mark of the beast imbedded microchip verichip digital angel

27 Apr 2008 ... Discovery Channel Mythbusters – RFID implant chip test ... RFID Biometrics in Hollywood movies and real life (fingerprinted at UK clubs) ...

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ObamaCare = Mark of the Beast (This new law requires an RFID chip ...

8 Mar 2012 ... Another hidden secret in Obamacare “RFID Chip Implants” After checking out the articles references and looking into what they mean he is ...

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The superpower shop: What would yours be?

Why waste time dreaming of impossible things when you can have a more modest superpower today for a reasonable price?

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FDA approves implanted RFID chip for humans ~ RiseEarth

30 Oct 2011 ... FDA approves implanted RFID chip for humans ... the chips' medical applications, as a way of potentially saving lives by storing medical data.

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Human-implantable RFID chips: Some ethical and privacy concerns ...

30 Jul 2007 ... Human-implantable RFID chips: Some ethical and privacy concerns ... makes microchips which can be implanted in humans, has sold 7,000 chips, ... or piece of data with immediate financial value, the article claimed that the ...

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VeriChip markets RFID Microchip implants to ID ... - Aftermath News

31 Oct 2009 ... VeriChip Present RFID Microchip and Virus Triage Detection System ... on the evolving world of RFID, biometrics and smart card technologies, ...

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New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely ...

26 Oct 2011 ... New World Order: Implantable RFID chips capable of remotely killing ... openly speak of microchips designed for implant into human skin: ... Not only do these chips "silently and invisibly" store and transmit personal data, b

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Alleged RFID Microchip Implanted During Hospital Visit | Conspiracy ...

14 Nov 2011 ... A Danish man claims a microchip was implanted during surgery for a stabbed lung. 23 years after the surgery, X-rays ... RFID chips, or radio-frequency identification chips, use radio waves to transfer data. The man claims the ...

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Dunlop testing revolutionary radio chip tyre implant

"We believe this is up there as one of the most significant introductions to Motorcycle racing since its inception" - Tony Duffy, Dunlop.

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RFID Chip Implant found in the HC Bill, not kidding.

29 Mar 2010 ... SEE FOR YOURSELF, IT'S IN THE HBC. Posted March 29, 2010 from friends at RESISTNET There is an old adage that seeing is believing, the ...

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Stop worrying, and embrace RFID | ExtremeTech

23 Nov 2012 ... It's now fairly common to have pets implanted with RFID chips so they ... Preventing unauthorized access to the chip's data is a problem, but it ...

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