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Ya, we just see them developing fast growing malgnant tumors. So your lifelong buddy Fido get "lost" he is LOST. Yippee! Let's put these in EVERYBODY! :thumb:
Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors
RFID Chips Implanted in Humans, Pets and NAIS Animals May Cause Cancer
AP Report On RFID Chips And Cancer Raises Concerns
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for the Devil sends the beast with wrath
because he knows the time is short
Let him who have understanding
reckon the number of the beast
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its number is six hundred and sixty six.
I lived alone
my mind was blank
I needed time to think to get the memories from my mind
What did I see?
Could I believe?
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You and your conspiracy theories, man. laugher.gif

 

In all three of those articles, it says it's been tentatively linked to cancer in lab mice and rats. Mice and rats have much different physiology than humans do. I mean hell, what doesn't "cause cancer" these days anyway?

 

They say cell phones cause cancer too, and yet I've never seen a single verifiable case of cancer that can be directly and empirically linked to cell phone use.

 

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You and your conspiracy theories, man. laugher.gif

In all three of those articles, it says it's been tentatively linked to cancer in lab mice and rats. Mice and rats have much different physiology than humans do. I mean hell, what doesn't "cause cancer" these days anyway?

They say cell phones cause cancer too, and yet I've never seen a single verifiable case of cancer that can be directly and empirically linked to cell phone use.

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Nope. I've been branded a conspiracy theorist myself, however I prefer to go with the theories that actually have factual evidence to support them. There's a difference between being skeptical of the official story and being needlessly paranoid.

 


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where can i get one? ive always wanted to be in celebrity rehab
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so....This chip is inside you with a week/month/year, whatever, worth of medicine?

What happens in a car accident, fight, trip, fall down stairs, etc, and it breaks?
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I was a candidate for a Neuro stimulator implant.
It is like a TENS unit that is implanted with the leads that go to your spinal cord to kill pain.
It has a remote control you hold over the implant to increase or decrease the intensity level.
I would think that this drug delivery system should work along the same principles except of course not being able to increase doses unless the remote was reprogrammed with the new information needed for a different dose/schedule.
The doctor would keep the remote(s) and it would be pulled out with your chart when you visited and if needed would be fed new dose/schedule information.
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Next news bulletin.

"First man killed by wireless drug delivery system exploit"
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Nope. I've been branded a conspiracy theorist myself, however I prefer to go with the theories that actually have factual evidence to support them. There's a difference between being skeptical and being needlessly paranoid.

I have news for you: Having a chip implanted in you that can be used to drug you into a stupor or KILL you remotely is not a good idea, and realizing this is definitely NOT a "Conspiracy Theory".

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just so everyone knows, an air bubble in a hypodermic needle can kill you. We should stop using needles. No?
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Skynet!
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