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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Would You Allow Your Child to be Microchipped?

There Are Those that Already Have the Microchip Implants. Are you surprised the microchip implants are not only in dogs, but are in humans too? Humans are using microchips in a variety of ways.


rifd chip the size of a grain of rice


You may be surprised at the various ways that microchip implants are used. Some argue that the implants can invade a person's privacy. There are those that suggest that you may even see babies being microchipped for identity purposes when they are born instead of using the id tags that are presently used.  With the expansion of technology who is to say that this will not occur?

Texas Chipping Proposal
Now a San Antonio School District in Texas has proposed chipping students with the emphasis it will keep the children safer, because they will know where the children are according to Jonathan Ranker. He further states the cost is $525,065 to start and then $136,005 annually. Now does this cost outweigh the benefit? Is this really a safe option for children?




Rotterdam, Holland

Marcus Riley showed a video of a Baja Night Club in Rotterdam, Holland that accepts Vip customers who have microchip implants. Irvine, the young man in the video, explains that he has had the implant for 4 years. The implant needs to be surgically inserted under the skin and cut out if he wants
it removed. His implant is similar to a human ATM,whereas money comes off the account to pay for his drinks.



666 Club

According to Paul Bui, although Wisconsin passed a law making it a crime to require an individual to be implanted with a microchip, the Baha Beach Club in Barcelona does offer service to chipped members indicating that it gives quicker bar service. It is further argued that with the chip there is no need to carry ID documents or credit cards. When I think about this, the problem with this is that this  information could get into the wrong hands. Look at all the problems that are occurring with hacking of credit card information online that can be sold to the highest bidder.


RIFID Implants

RIFID Implants (Radio-Frequency Identification chips) is basically a small computer chip connected to an antennae according to Tom Burgdhardt. He further adds although it does not require a battery, the reading range is less than an inch to about twenty or thirty feet, but a self-powered implant has a much longer range going directly to a computer system involving inventory control or surveillance. Now I know that there are those who are arguing and asking when does it go past surveillance and possibly become a controlled situation?


There are dogs that currently have microchip implants that are useful for tracking dogs. My daughter found a stray dog that really needed medical attention. This was a very small dog. After taking her to the vet, they discovered she did have a chip in her and they were able to locate the owner. I would have never imagined that the dog had a chip. There are those that have talked about the possibility of tracking device usage in humans.


Memory Restoration

Were you aware that according to Cnn.com, there are reports that 80,000 people have chip implants in their brain to help with short-term memory lost? There are a variety of usages for microchips in humans. I do not know what the future will bring, however, I do know that time and technology waits for no one. What are your thoughts on this concept of micro-chipping in humans?




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13 comments:

  1. I love your thought-provoking blog posts.You really make us think! I would not allow my child to be micro-chipped. Thank you so much for sharing your enlightening post with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I'm pinning and sharing!

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  2. Interesting. I might consider doing it for my child if he were a wanderer (like some kids on the autism spectrum are), but he isn't.

    The idea of a school district forcing it as a safety precaution is ludicrous. It's like that stupid thing at Chuck E Cheese that is supposed to make you feel secure that you are the only one that can take your child out of the restaurant. What's to stop someone from doing something to the child at school or at the restaurant. SMH!

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    1. Audrey I cannot imagine it in the schools, but who knows about that in the future?

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  3. I must admit it makes me thankful my children are grown. I don't think I would want my child to get a microchip, but I'm also glad it's a decision I don't have to make. Thanks for linking up at CMB.

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  4. Thanks Deb Wolf. What is up with Counters Blessing Group Board on Pinterest? I do not see it there?

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  5. I wouldn't microchip my kids. But that one for memory sounds appealing to me!! HAHA!
    No, I don't think "microchipping" is necessary at all. I trust God with my kids.

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  6. Good for you Aimee. It is good to hear God being considered first in this decision.

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  7. There are things that are taking place that make me concerned for my children's future and I pray for us and them that we stay close to God and know His will for us concerning these things. Thank you for sharing such a thought provoking post at Good Morning Mondays. Blessings

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    1. Thanks Terri. Prayer does change things.

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  8. Wow - lots to think about. Thanks for sharing at Waiting on...Wednesday!

    Holly
    www.iwillservewhileiwait.blogspot.com

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