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IAHF LIST: A few months ago, I had an exchange of email with the PR Dept of Applied Digital Solutions regarding their injectable microchip technology. I volunteered my services to be part of an ethics board which they claim to be interested in establishing, but it is clear to me that they will never establish such a panel. They will never voluntarily limit their sales for any reason. They hedged on questions such as whether or not they'd be willing to sell their technology to China, given the history of human rights abuses there. They really weren't interested in discussing the concerns of Christians who fear that this technology could easily be misused, especially as we get pushed closer and closer to a dictatorial world government under the UN.
I feel strongly that the timing on the unveiling of this technology combined with the UN's Millenium Assembly on September 6th, the largest gathering of heads of state in world history, may not bode well for mankind. Flouridating water supplies everywhere is a means of making people docile, controllable- and we're seeing gross scientific dishonesty in this area world wide. Is it just a coincidence or is it being done by design? NSA has a program called Project LUCID the purpose of which is to interconnect all the world's databases so as to create a seamless data transfer capability with the end goal being to have a digitally monitored populace, a psychocivilized society under mind control. Texe Marrs has written a book about Project LUCID which I encourage you to read.http://www.texemarrs.com/lucidboo.htm
The CIA's MKULTRA Mind Control program is a prototype for much more expansive plans.To learn more about this please visit http://www.aches-mc.org/
Advocacy Committee for Human Experimentation Survivors & Mind Control. I encourage more people to learn about it by reading Brice Taylor's book
"Thanks for the Memories- The Truth Has Set Me Free" http://www.amazon.com I spent 4 days visiting Taylor in South Carolina in order to learn everything I could about her experience and about the CIA's MKULTRA program, and it isn't something which any of us can afford to ignore or take lightly. See my review of Taylor's book at amazon.com She is for real, and it is of real importance that more people read her book.
Some people have criticized me as allegedly "paranoid" for expressing views such as this, and for taking the macro view of the Codex vitamin issue that I do which includes examining this much bigger picture, but I maintain the view that we can't stop an agenda as powerful as the Codex effort to ban our access to vitamins and minerals within the therapeutic range by strictly considering the Codex issue in isolation. Far from being "paranoid" I am just being pragmatic. We must see the bigger picture if we are too succeed in monkeywrenching the efforts to fluoridate the world's water supplies, and the Codex effort to ban our access to vitamins and minerals within the therapeutic range. For that reason I am sending this to you. Please forward it to more people. Anyone can get on the IAHF email distribution list by sending email to
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YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE ...
Human ID implant
to be unveiled soon
'Wearers' of Digital Angel'
monitored by GPS, Internet
By JoAnn Kohlbrand
and Julie Foster
© 2000 WorldNetDaily.com
A working prototype of an implant designed to monitor the physiology and whereabouts of human wearers, known as Digital Angel, is scheduled to be unveiled in October at an invitation-only event in New York City -- two months ahead of schedule.
Developed by Applied Digital Solutions, the device is said to be the first-ever operational combination of bio-sensor technology and Web-enabled wireless telecommunications linked to global positioning satellite location-tracking systems.
Applied Digital Solutions is also exploring avenues for utilizing Digital Angel without implanting it.
"We are currently talking to a watch maker who is interested in placing the device on the back of their watches," Sullivan told WorldNetDaily. "In addition, technology is being developed that would allow Digital Angel to function from the back of a cellular phone, transmitting bio-sensor information when carried by the user."
While estimates of Digital Angel's marketplace potential vary, Sullivan and Applied Digital's partners believe they can enter the implant into a multi-billion dollar market through various licensing arrangements, Web-enabled wireless services and data transactions handled by Applied Digital's Application Service Provider center.
Those attending the event in New York City will see a working, multimedia demonstration of the implant. A miniature sensor device -- smaller than a grain of rice and equipped with a tiny antenna -- will capture and wirelessly transmit a person's vital body-function data, such as body temperature or pulse, to an Internet-integrated ground station. In addition, the antenna will also receive information regarding the location of the individual from the GPS satellite. Both sets of data -- medical information and location -- will then be wirelessly transmitted to the ground station and made available on Web-enabled desktop, laptop or wireless devices.
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According to Applied Digital, the demonstration will represent the first time these technologies have been united into one functioning system.
The New York event -- at a time, date and location to be announced later -- will feature live presentations from top Applied Digital executives, including Sullivan and Dr. Peter Zhou, president and chief scientist at DigitalAngel.net, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Applied Digital. Attendees at the device's unveiling ceremony will include a handpicked group of potential joint-venture partners, as well as senior-level players in the e-commerce, wireless and Internet industries, and stock analysts.
Zhou is passionately enthusiastic about the device.
"I'm particularly excited about Digital Angel's ability to save lives by remotely monitoring the medical conditions of at-risk patients and providing emergency rescue units with the person's exact location," he said. "I also see great potential for Digital Angel in the area of 'location-aware' e-commerce. This is a whole new wireless and Web-enabled frontier in which a purchaser's actual location is integral to making a successful sale or providing a valuable, location-critical service."
In an exclusive interview with WorldNetDaily in March, Zhou expressed his belief that the implant will be as popular as cell phones and vaccines.
Digital Angel, said Zhou, "will be a connection from yourself to the electronic world. It will be your guardian, protector. It will bring good things to you."
He added, "We will be a hybrid of electronic intelligence and our own soul."
Applied Digital Solutions first announced it had acquired the patent rights to a miniature digital transceiver in December 1999. Naming the device Digital Angel, ADS formed DigitalAngel.net, Inc. to serve as the research and development unit for the device. Since that time, ADS has actively promoted the implant, pointing to what executives and scientists say are lifestyle benefits of the chip.
"The first market we hope to tap into is a $10 billion agri-industry," said Sullivan. "The FDA is requiring improved tracking methods for beef and poultry. The Digital Angel, with its ability to monitor body functions, can track quality from the [animal] pens to the supermarket."
The next large market ADS hopes to tap into is that of preventive medical tracking. Through its body function tracking capabilities, the Digital Angel can monitor such functions as body temperature, heartbeat and specific needs such as insulin levels. This information can then be transmitted to a doctor or health-care provider.
"The Digital Angel serves as an advance warning device, which can help lower the cost of medical care," commented Sullivan.
However, despite the excitement over an early working model of this new technology, concerns have been raised as to personal privacy. With the integrated technology, a person's location, health status and other personal data will be transmitted and available via the Internet.
ADS claims, however, that privacy concerns are misplaced, since the device can be turned off by the oAdditional concerns have been raised by Christians, who contend Digital Angel could be the fulfillment of a biblical prediction found in the book of Revelation.
Zhou, president of DigitalAngel.net, Inc., disagrees.
"I am a Christian, but I don't think [that argument] makes sense," he told WND in March. "The purpose of the device is to save your life and improve the quality of life. There's no connection to the Bible."
As the technology becomes more commonplace, the debate, as well as sales, are likely to continue growing.
"We'll soon be ready to move ahead to the production-design phase of Digital Angel geared to specific marketplace applications," Sullivan said. "The key message right now is this: Digital Angel isn't a blue-sky technology. This is real. Digital Angel breakthrough technology is here. It's live!"
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Julie Foster is a staff reporter and JoAnn Kohlbrand is a contributing reporter to WorldNetDaily.
We'll be demonstrating for the first time ever that wireless telecommunications systems and bio-sensor devices -- capable of measuring and transmitting critical body function data -- can be successfully linked together.
-- Richard Sullivan, chairman, Applied Digital Solutions, on the release of Digital Angel[dot accent]
The device will be marketed to the world of e-commerce as a means of verifying online consumer identity.
Technology is being developed that would allow Digital Angel to function from the back of a cellular phone, transmitting bio-sensor information when carried by the user.
-- Richard Sullivan, chairman, Applied Digital Solutions
I'm particularly excited about Digital Angel's ability to save lives by remotely monitoring the medical conditions of at-risk patients and providing emergency rescue units with the person's exact location.
-- Dr. Peter Zhou, president and chief scientist, DigitalAngel.net, Inc.
[Digital Angel] will be your guardian, protector. It will bring good things to you. We will be a hybrid of electronic intelligence and our own soul.
-- Dr. Peter Zhou
The purpose of the device is to save your life and improve the quality of life. There's no connection to the Bible.
-- Dr. Peter Zhou responding to arguments that Digital Angel is a fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
Digital Angel isn't a blue-sky technology. This is real. Digital Angel breakthrough technology is here. It's live!
-- Richard Sullivan
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