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Microchip Implants:
Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?

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(1)“The World’s Number 1 infant protection system,” Xmark Corporation, Hugs® Infant Protection -- www.xmark.com

(2)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “The Company,” page 3 and “Our Healthcare Security Systems,” pages 7-8. -- www.sec.gov

(3)“Hospitals Tagging Babies with Electronic Chips: Privacy advocates protest as half of Ohio birthing centers turn to tracking technology” by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, 15 January 2008 -- www.wnd.com

(4)“VeriChip Corporation Completes Installations of Three Hugs Infant Protection Systems in Portugal,” VeriChip Corporation, 21 February 2007 -- www.prnewswire.com

(5)“Microwave Technology: An End to the Human Race “ by David Morrison, OpEdNews.com, 10 December 2008 -- www.opednews.com

(6)Video: At approximately 9 minutes and 18 seconds into the video, the commentator asks a mother and a nurse at the American Hospital of Paris if they have any concerns regarding the radiation, emissions or frequencies generated by RFID bracelets attached to mothers and newborns. The mother says she has never posed the question. The nurse says she assumes that any problems with RFID have already been examined. Thus, she assumes that there are no health problems associated with the RFID tags. -- videos.next-up.org

(7)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Our Healthcare Security Systems: The Hugs System,” page 8. -- www.sec.gov

(8)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Our VeriMed System,” page 19. -- www.sec.gov

(9)Ibid.

(10)“Solusat, Exclusive Distributor of VeriChip for Mexico, Signs Cooperation Agreement with Mexico’s National Foundation for the Investigation of Lost and Kidnapped Children,” Business Wire, 01 October 2003 -- findarticles.com

(11)“Tracking Junior with a Microchip” by Julia Scheeres, Wired, 10 October 2003 -- www.wired.com

(12)“Would a Microchip Keep Your Child Safe?” by Megan Lane, BBC News Online Magazine, 18 December 2003 -- news.bbc.co.uk

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

(14)“Two U.S. Employees Injected with RFID Microchips at Company Request,” SpyChips.com, 09 February 2006 -- www.spychips.com

(15)“VeriChip RFID Implant Hacked!” SpyChips.com, 27 January 2006 -- www.spychips.com

(16)“Transcript of the Fox & Friends Interview with Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation. The interview took place Tuesday May 16, 2006, between 6 and 7 AM on the Fox News Channel,” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(17)“Chip-Maker Wants to Implant Immigrants: Says could be used to register guest workers, ID at work place,” WorldNetDaily.com, 01 June 2006 -- www.wnd.com

(18)“U.K. to Begin Microchipping Prisoners” by David Gutierrez, NaturalNews.com, 21 June 2008 -- www.naturalnews.com

(19)Ibid.

(20)Ibid.

(21) “Soldiers with Microchips: British troops experiment with implanted, electronic dog tag” by Anthony C. LoBaido, 01 October 2001 -- www.freedomdomain.com

(22)Ibid.

(23)Ibid.

(24)Video: “Microchipping the Troops” -- www.youtube.com

(25)“Company Trying to Get Under Soldiers’ Skin” by David Francis and Bill Myers, 21 August 2006 -- www.examiner.com

(26)“VeriChip Wants to Test Human Implantable RFID on Military” by K.C. Jones, TechWeb Technology News, 23 August 2006 -- www.cephas-library.com

(27)Ibid.

(28)“Pentagon to Study Microchip Implant for Battlefield Casualties,” Fox News, 31 July 2007 -- www.foxnews.com

(29)“Digital Angel Corporation Awarded Patent for Breakthrough Glucose-Sensing RFID Microchip,” Digital Angel Corporation, 25 October 2006 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com/

(30)“Embedded Bio-Sensor System,” U.S Patent #7,125,382, 24 October 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(31)“VeriChip Corporation and RECEPTORS LLC Successfully Complete Phase I Development of In Vivo Glucose Sensing RFID Microchip,” VeriChip Corporation, 19 November 2008 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(32)“Development of an Implantable Glucose Sensor,” RECEPTORS LLC, VeriChip Corporation and Digital Angel Corporation -- www.verichipcorp.com

(33)“13 Diabetics Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Boston Diabetes EXPO,” VeriChip Corporation, 19 March 2007 -- www.prnewswire.com

(34)“18 Diabetic Patients Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Atlanta Diabetes EXPO,” 13 March 2007 -- www.medicalnewstoday.com

(35)Ibid.

(36)“Digital Angel Corporation Awarded Patent for Breakthrough Glucose-Sensing RFID Microchip,” Digital Angel Corporation.

(37) “VeriChip Corporation’s Healthcare Division Expands Existing Development Partnership with RECEPTORS LLC to Include New Biological and Environmental Sensor Applications,” VeriChip Corporation, 28 April 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(38) “An Integrated Sensor System for the Detection of Bio-Threats from Pandemics to Emerging Diseases to Bioterrorism,” RECEPTORS LLC, White Paper, 07 May 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(39) “Next Step in H1N1 Scare: Microchip Implants” by Drew Zahn, WorldNetDaily, 22 August 2009 -- www.wnd.com

(40) “VeriChip and Receptors to Develop Sensor Systems to Detect Biological Threats,” 14 May 2009 -- www.tradingmarkets.com

(41) “Comprehend VeriChip’s Swine Flu Chip” by Gabriel O’Hara, Wise Up Journal, 24 September 2009 -- www.wiseupjournal.com

(42)Digital Angel’s patented Bio-Thermo® temperature-sensing microchip implants, Digital Angel Corporation -- www.digitalangel.com

(43)“LifeChip: Canadian Companion Animal Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(44)“LifeChip: Alpaca/Llama Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(45)“LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(46)“Digital Angel Targets $100 Million Equine Market,” Digital Angel Corporation, 25 September 2006 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com/

(47)“LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation.

(48)Ibid.

(49)“Digital Angel Targets $100 Million Equine Market,” Digital Angel Corporation.

(50)English translation of statement by Dr. E.G.A. Laarakker, Dr. C. Willekens, Dr. M. Kelfkens and Dr. F. Kokke of Den Hoek regarding a horse that developed nerve damage because of its microchip implant. 28 June 2005 -- www.invisio.nl

(51)Ibid.

(52)Copy of original veterinary statement by Dr. E.G.A. Laarakker, Dr. C. Willekens, Dr. M. Kelfkens and Dr. F. Kokke of Den Hoek regarding a horse that developed nerve damage because of its microchip implant. 28 June 2005 -- www.invisio.nl

(53)English translation of statement by Dr. E. van Gijtenbeek regarding adverse equine reactions to microchip implants. 02 May 2006 -- www.invisio.nl

(54)Copy of original veterinary statement by Dr. E. van Gijtenbeek regarding adverse equine reactions to microchip implants. 02 May 2006 -- www.invisio.nl

(55)“Wel of Niet Chippen? ... You do not want to put a microchip in your horse!” (This website is currently written in Dutch and in English. Scroll down on the left menu for the English translation.) -- www.invisio.nl

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

(57)“Spinal Cord Injury Resulting from Incorrect Microchip Placement in a Cat” by Platt S, Wieczorek L, Dennis R, De Stefani A. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery. 2007 April; 9(2): 157-160 -- www.sciencedirect.com

(58)“Imaging Diagnosis--Spinal Injury Following Aberrant Microchip Implantation” by Hicks DG, Bagley RS. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound. 2008 March-April; 49(2): 152-153 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(59)“Surgical Removal of a Microchip from a Puppy's Spinal Canal” by Smith TJ, Fitzpatrick N. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol. 2009; 22(1): 63-5 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(60)“Microchip Insertion in Alpacas” by van der Burgt G, Dowle M. The Veterinary Record. 2007; 160(6): 204 -- veterinaryrecord.bvapublications.com or www.nal.usda.gov (Abstract)

(61)“Microchip Report 2004,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA), 2004 -- www.noble-leon.com

(62)“Paying for Drinks with Wave of the Hand: Club-goers in Spain get implanted chips for ID, payment purposes” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 14 April 2004 -- www.wnd.com

(63)“Bio-Chip Implant Arrives for Cashless Transactions: Announcement at global security confab unveils syringe-injectable ID microchip” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 21 November 2003 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(64)“Blueprint for Total Control” by Nick Sandberg, 2001 -- www.wanttoknow.info

(65)Revelation – Chapter 13: 16-17, King James Version (KJV) -- www.blueletterbible.org

(66)“Amish Farmers Sue Michigan, USDA Over RFID Tags” by Isabel Cowles, 19 November 2008 -- www.findingdulcinea.com

(67)“Hidden Dangers of the Cashless Embedded Society” by Attorney Constance Cumbey, NewsWithViews.com, 10 September 2007 -- www.newswithviews.com

(68)“VeriChip Corporation Enters Into Development and Supply Agreement with Medical Components, Inc. Valued at More Than $3 Million,” VeriChip Corporation, 18 March 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(69)Ibid.

(70)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “The VeriMed System and Other Applications for Our Implantable Microchip: Other Applications,” page 15. -- www.sec.gov

(71)“VeriChip Corporation Announces Sales of VeriTrace System to Two New Jersey Counties,” VeriChip Corporation, 20 April 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(72)Video: “IBM, Verichip, and the Fourth Reich,” WeThePeopleWillNotBeChipped.com -- www.youtube.com

(73)“A Generation Is All They Need” by Kevin Haggerty, Toronto Star, 10 December 2006 -- oldthinker.wordpress.com



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