Will A medical Implant Chip Kill You?

This is about something that could kill you. And possibly it might already be inside your body and was placed there by a medical technician. This type of implant is a small device called the RFID.

In general terms RFID refers to any small device that will return indemnification to a VHF transponder. At the present time these are commonly used to identify your pet in case it becomes stolen or lost. The small chip can be placed underneath the skin and is not uncomfortable after injection.

This is about something that could kill you. And possibly it might already be inside your body and was placed there by a medical technician. This type of implant is a small device called the RFID.

In general terms RFID refers to any small device that will return indemnification to a VHF transponder. At the present time these are commonly used to identify your pet in case it becomes stolen or lost. The small chip can be placed underneath the skin and is not uncomfortable after injection..

It has been proposed that all Americans should carry one of these surgical implants in their body to help identify them in a crisis situation, such as an automobile accident or a sudden stroke. Already many Americans already have such things to help warn the doctors that this person is at risk for certain types of medical problems, such as diabetes, stroke or seizures.

Now the question is, can such a diet device hurt you? Could it be used to deliberately kill a person by remote control? Although that is possible, it is highly unlikely. If somebody wanted to kill you there are already many ways to do that without resorting to advanced technology.
But what about accidents? What about false readings?

The following is an odd answer: A story that illustrates the idea, but is not really a typical situation for most people.

An individual had put several new US $20 bills in his pocket. Then he entered a high-security area and alarms went off. After examining everything in his pockets, it was determined that his wallet had set off the alarm.

Just to be sure, the man crossed over to another area and asked someone to check him with a wand that checks for hidden objects or stolen items. Again, the alarm went off when it got near his wallet.

Now here is a part of the story that’s very funny. They went to a microwave oven and decided to do an experiment. They placed some of the bills inside the microwave and turned it on. Someone had told them that this is a way to deactivate the RFID inside of any object.

Well, what happened was this: the bills caught on fire. In fact, the fire started in the eye of the image on the bill. It seems that that area was the place where the very tiny RFID was embedded in the paper of the bill.

So then, is there any danger of an RFID killing you? No, but don’t put your wallet in a microwave.

Here is a video that was broadcast on NBC.

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