Saturday, May 31, 2008

How Microchipping Works

Although this article is about pets, the process is the same for human microchipping and it does include a segment called: Can a microchip cause cancer?

The answer is yes and Katherine Albrecht, who founded Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN), wants the microchipping of humans to end, so she has been pushing these types of studies into the public eye.

Another way to keep tabs on a straying dog is to purchase pet collars with a GPS device attached. Using measurements from satellites and cellular technology, these devices can send messages to your computer or cell phone to alert you that your pet is outside of their "virtual safe zone" as well as tell you exactly where your dog has strayed.

Read the entire article.

More cancer information at another site.

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