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Microchip Implants:
Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?

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Introduction

(1)“Advanced Literature: Vaccines,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(2)“Do Vaccines Cause Cancer?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, January 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(3)“Are We Over-Vaccinating?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, March 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(4)“Why Are We Over-Vaccinating?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, May 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(5)“Preventing Adverse Vaccine Events” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, July 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(6)“Syringe-Implantable Identification Transponder,” United States Patent #5,211,129, 18 May 1993 -- patft.uspto.gov

(7)American Veterinary Identification Devices (AVID) -- www.avidid.com/

(8)Biomark Electronic Identification -- www.biomark.com

(9)Digital Angel Microchip Implants -- www.digitalangel.com

(10)Home Again Microchip Implants -- public.homeagain.com

(11)Microchip ID™ -- www.microchipidsystems.com

(12)“Microchips Required for Adopted Animals: L.A. requires electronic implants for pets leaving shelters” by JoAnn Kohlbrand, WorldNetDaily.com, 07 August 2000 -- www.wnd.com

(13)Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ preliminary approval for mandatory microchipping of dogs, 18 April 2006 -- www.laanimalservices.com

(14)“Dog Bleeds to Death After 'Routine' Microchip Implant Procedure,” 03 February 2009 -- www.katherinealbrecht.com

(15)“Database Backlog Could Delay Tracking of Stray Pets” by Mike DiSerio, KFOX News, 14 September 2007 -- www.kfoxtv.com

(16)“Cedar Hill Microchip Rule Aims to Reduce Lost Pets” by Elizabeth Langton, The Dallas Morning News, 06 October 2007 -- www.dallasnews.com

(17)“Colorado to Require Microchip Implants in Dangerous Dogs” by Nick Summers, USA Today, 30 June 2004 -- www.usatoday.com

(18)“Session Laws of Colorado 2004 Second Regular Session, 64th General Assembly: Concerning the regulation of dangerous dogs, and making an appropriation therefor” -- www.state.co.us

(19)“Military Enforces ‘Semper Fido’ with Microchips” by Raquel Rutledge, Special to The Christian Science Monitor, 15 August 2002 -- www.csmonitor.com

(20)“21st Century Pets… The future of pet identification has arrived, and not only has it become a reality, it may soon become mandatory…” by Spc. Neil C. Jones -- www.mcpherson.army.mil

(21) “Govt Introduces Compulsory Microchipping for Pets,” Australia Broadcasting Corporation, 11 November 2008 -- www.abc.net.au

(22)“New Horse Identification Rules from 1 July 2009,” Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), 12 June 2009 -- www.defra.gov.uk

(23)“Equine Passports,” The British Show Jumping Association -- www.bsja.co.uk

(24)“Family Dog Registration Begins in Earnest: Dog owners in Bangkok will have to register their pets with the authorities in the next few months or risk a fine of Bt5,000 and the loss of their four-legged friend” by Jeerawan Prasomsap and Mayuree Sukyingcharoenwong, The Nation, 25 September 2007 -- nationmultimedia.com

(25)“Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Jeerawat Na Thalang, The Nation, 13 October 2007 -- www.nationmultimedia.com

(26)“China Uses Chips in Dog Crackdown,” BBC News, 03 May 2007 -- news.bbc.co.uk

(27)Japan: Animal Quarantine Service (AQS) -- www.maff.go.jp

(28)“Traveling with Pets,” Misawa Air Base -- www.misawa.af.mi

(29)“Portuguese Government Orders Implantable RFID Microchip for Mandatory Dog Identification Project,” RFID News, 23 July 2004 -- www.rfidnews.org

(30)Spain: Mandatory microchipping of pets -- www.aahvet.com

(31)Singapore: Mandatory microchipping of dogs -- www.singaporeexpats.com

(32)Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004 -- www.sec.gov

(33)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004 -- www.fda.gov

(34)“FDA Clears VeriChip™ for Medical Applications in the United States,” VeriChip Corporation,” 13 October 2004 -- Prasomsap/ -- /www.4verichip.com

(35)“Feds Approve Human RFID Implants: Solution desperately seeking a problem” by Thomas C. Greene, The Register, 14 October 2004 -- www.theregister.co.uk

(36)“Satellite Coordinates for Live VeriChip Press Conference and Video News Release, May 10, 2002: Video of Jacobs family first-ever 'chipping' procedure available on satellite,” Applied Digital Solutions, 09 May 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(37)“First People Injected with ID Chips, Sales Drive Kicks Off” by John Lettice, The Register, 10 June 2002 -- www.theregister.co.uk

(38)Video: “RFID VeriChip Story on CBS 46” -- www.youtube.com

(39)Radio: John Centola, Atlanta firefighter interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, Uncovering the Truth, 05 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com

(40) “RFID: Every Step You Take … They’ll Be Watching You” by Todd Lewan, 30 July 2007 -- rinf.com

(41)“Technology Gets Under Clubbers’ Skin” by Chetna Purohit, CNN International, 09 June 2004 -- edition.cnn.com

(42)“Microchip to Allow Wallet-Free Drinking” by Auslan Cramb, Telegraph.co.uk, 17 January 2005 -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(43)“18 Diabetic Patients Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Atlanta Diabetes EXPO,” 13 March 2007 -- www.medicalnewstoday.com

(44)“Chips Spark Ethics Concerns” by Emily Berry, Chattanooga Times Free Press, 04 November 2005 -- www.pawaitinglistcampaign.org

(45)“Alzheimer’s Care Center to Carry Out VeriChip Pilot” by Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal, 25 May 2007 -- www.rfidjournal.com/article

(46)“Chipping at the Future: Professor Feels Himself Become Closer to the Machine” by Lucrezia Cuen, ABCNews.com, 23 September 1998 -- web.archive.org/ -- /http://more.abcnews.go.com

(47)“New Body Art: Chip Implants” by Julia Scheeres, Wired, 11 March 2002 -- www.wired.com

(48)“Getting Under Your Skin?: The development of implantable chip technology” -- www.harmlesswise.com

(49)“Why Advocates and Lawmakers are Concerned about Involuntary Microchipping,” AntiChips.com -- antichips.com

(50) “Personal Tracking and Recovery System,” United States Patent #5,629,678, 13 May 1997 -- patft.uspto.gov

(51)“Intra-Oral Tracking Device,” United States Patent #5,760,692, 02 June 1998 -- patft.uspto.gov

(52)“Method and Apparatus for Sensing and Transmitting a Body Characteristic of a Host,” United States Patent #7,015,826, 21 March 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(53)“Identification and Tracking of Persons Using RFID-Tagged Items in Store Environments,” United States Patent #7,076,441, 11 July 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(54)“Embedded Bio-Sensor System,” United States Patent #7,125,382, 24 October 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(55)Book: 1984 by George Orwell, 1949, ISBN 0-451-52493-4 -- www.george-orwell.org



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