Analysis of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chip Prevalence in 3 Discrete United States Populations

John T. Brugle, Ph.D and Mary Franz, Ph.D, M.P.H.
Wyoming Institute of Technology, Human Studies Division
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Abstract
 
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips have been used extensively in wildlife ecology and conservation to identify and track individual specimens in a population. It has been unknown, however, how often RFID chips have been implanted in human populations for the tracking and identification of individuals. This study analyzed the prevalence of RFID Chips in 3 geographically discrete populations and found that, on average, 1 in 3 individuals carried an RFID Chip. Interestingly, there was a strong correlation with RFID Chip presence and previous dental work.

 

Materials and Methods

 

Populations
Three discrete human populations, defined by geographic location, were assessed for the presence of RFID Chips.

Figure 1

Figure 1


 
Population Midwest (MW) contained 958 individuals from Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Population Northeast (NE) contained 987 individuals from Maine, Rhode Island, and New Jersey. Population South West (SW) contained 1,010 individuals from Arizona and Nevada. Volunteers were recruited using standard methods and compensated in a manner consistent with industry standards. All test subjects were treated in compliance with institutional codes of ethics and standards.
 
RFID Scanning
 
Individuals were subjected to full body RFID Chips scanning using previously detailed protocols. Test subjects were scanned either in the nude or in minimal undergarments to avoid interference.
 
Demographic and Personal History Screening
 
Test subjects provided demographic and personal history, including medical history, through standard forms. All personal and medical information was coded in a double blind manner to protect privacy, in compliance with institutional standards.
 
Statistical Analysis
 
Statistical analysis was performed and visualized using R. Significance cut offs were set at p=0.01. Complete description of the statistical packages used can be accessed in the supplementary material.
 
Figure 2

Figure 2


 
Results
 
In total, 997 RFID positive individuals were identified out of 2955 individuals screened. This corresponds to roughly 1 in 3 individuals screened, as shown in Figure 1. Individual frequency by region can be seen in Figure 2.
 
Additionally, tooth fillings were identified as the predominant location for RFID chips. Fifty seven percent of RFID chips identified were located in tooth fillings.  Additional RFID locations and their prevalence can be seen in Figure 3.
 
Figure 3

Figure 3


 
Discussion
 
Our work has shown that approximately 1 in 3 individuals in the United States is carrying an RFID microchip. Our sample size was sufficiently large (n=2955) and was spread throughout three distinct geographic regions. Thus, we are comfortable extrapolating our finding to the broader American population.
 
Intriguingly, the most frequently identified location for an RFID microchip was in tooth fillings. This is contrary to popularly held belief that RFID chips are inserted in the dorsal of the hand near the thumb. More investigation is required to understand the significance of this finding.
 





85 Comments

  1. S Gilmour

    June 9, 2014 at 2:57 am

    This study really scared me. So I did some research online regarding RFID chips, and it took a long time to sort through all of it. But when I did, this is what I found – RFID chips are inserted into medical prosthetic, like a tooth crown, as a part of the manufacturing process. Just as a car might have an RFID chip, or a library book, it is simply a way to keep track of the product.
    It is important to have a public discussion regarding RFID chips, especially ones that are used in medicine, as they are inside various medical prosthesis.
    The questions that I have are:
    What information is held or gathered on the RFID chips?
    How can that information be read?
    Do laws require that RFID chip get disabled at the end of the manufacturing process?
    Is there a way to determine if the RFID chip has been disabled?

    I believe this study will prompt a discussion, however unfortunately what this study lacks is any sort of perspective – it is just observations without any context. Although I admire Brugle and Franz, who set out to look at the prevalence of RFID in humans, I feel that their study may not prompt discussion, it most likely will only fuel assumptions.
    Unfortuntely, people fall into fear-based thinking, a predator – prey mentality, and all rationality is lost. Unfortunately, many people will assume that the RFID found in a third of people will mean that someone is out to hunt them, get them, and treat them like a product. Any rational discussion will be lost in this fear.

    • Eyes wide Open

      June 10, 2014 at 7:29 pm

      classic psyops
      You admit there is a problem, spew some common knowledge to get everyone to agree and then you sneak in the most obvious sign that you are paid to be here and post this garbage by saying it is used purely for product tracking. They could place the RFID on a sticker, a stamp, packaging, etc but no they are actually IN the item. And then to drive the bullshit home you slam anyone who believes the study is an ominous sign of the obvious corporatocracy we live in

      I really hope your getting paid well to post this or at all if you are simply so misinformed to actually believe anything you typed

      • Love This

        June 11, 2014 at 12:30 pm

        Wonderful response, Eyes wide Open.

      • Anzwertree

        June 12, 2014 at 2:13 pm

        Eyes Wide Open, are you okay? Do you need some water? I’m not detecting an argument here. You just refer to OP’s comment as garbage. Sorry. That doesn’t help anyone know what you’re talking about or why it is “garbage.” I know you understand what you are saying, but it’s really hard to discern what the issue is when we are not telepathic.

        You never explain anything. This dude enumerated some reasonable points, and you never even attempted to address them. What exactly are you objecting to? Personally, I believe your response was an impulsive reaction to the feeling of cognitive dissonance. I see no other way to interpret your comment. It looks like you are having an emotional reaction to something, and I have no clue what that is. Can you please tell me? I’m very curious.

        • Zoroaster

          July 5, 2014 at 7:39 pm

          He is having a response to a paid propagandist. And you are the same paid propagandist. Every one understands exactly what Eyes wide Open was responding to. And you stating you do not understand only proves you are a simpleton that does not have the capacity to conceptualize even the simplest of ideas. you may want to tell your boll you need to stop your propaganda shilling, it is obvious you hardly have the mental ability to breath while copying and pasting your government approved manipulation comment

          • JD1323

            July 12, 2014 at 10:55 am

            So if someone doesn’t share your views they are automatically a paid shill? Are people in this world not allowed to come to different conclusions? How do we know you’re not a paid shill for Alex Jones and the like?

        • Trayz

          July 9, 2014 at 11:19 am

          I agree with Answertree. These RFID chips are secretly implanted in people, which is grounds for lawsuits against the invaders. I applaud Dr. John T. Brugle’s study & exposing the truth. I also feel that these chips are routinely put into plasma donors nationwide, at all centers. I was a donor briefly and stopped donating. My upper arm feels very lethargic and sluggish ever since. Like I can no longer carry a heavy box, and it still feels this way after exercising on a trampoline. I feel sure that the evil cabal stuck me with one and I want it removed! In addition, the govt should pay for the removal for FREE seeing how they put it in there for free and without my knowledge! Congratulations Dr. John T. Brugle for a fine research report and for publishing it. You must be a wonderful man to do such a wonderful thing. Thanks so much!

        • Kachina

          July 17, 2014 at 11:43 am

          Anzwertree, you must be of the Islamic faith or ignorant. All you can do is mock a person for their post with insults? A person you don’t even know? That makes you a Fool in my eye’s.

          This article is meant to help US become aware of what is being Done to US without our knowledge or consent. There is no excuse for illegally placing a device to track a human being. It shows a very dangerous presidency in how the system uses humanity like guinea pigs or worse, slaves. We are watched, monitored, spied on, patted down at airports like we were all terrorist. It is a free God-Given life that has been taken from us. So, Anz, unless you have something intelligent to say its just best NOT to say anything at all! No Government Agency has the right to Own its citizens or put chips in them! This is pure evil at its best…

          • Grif

            July 22, 2014 at 8:45 am

            Really? How was Anz making insults? To me I read it as if Anz was trying to create discussion, based on the insults of another poster. Look I agree having these RFID chips is not a good thing. But you people blindly jumping on the bangwagon and attacking someone are barely better than the blind sheep that think the world is ok. Take a minute to stop, and comprehend what someone has said (or typed). Looking back at S Gilmours response, he does present a good reasoning into how these chips may be getting in the teeth of people (and other areas). Tracking those medical parts may be only part of the equation however, or do the dentists and medical proffesionals even know they are there? Myself I’m skepitcal that they do. We all know big business runs the world, and a majority of them are all holding hands in the process of controling us all. My point is, we win by working together and not resorting to calling eachother names. Name calling and not comprhending what people say, make us barely better than the blind that willingly follow those who have the control. In my opinion it’s the people who create conflict that may be the actual shills. The truth movement is about sharing information from different perspective. It takes a calm rationale mind to put it all together. Good luck to you all.

        • ThinkWithoutWords

          June 7, 2015 at 9:27 pm

          Telepathic. I wish you did not say that. That just opened Pandora’s Box. Maybe some of are through shared radio frequency. Or perhaps the overlords receive ideas from their intelligent victims misdiagnosed as “paranoid schizophrenic” and incorporate into their plans. People should explore ideas instead of dismissing as crazy, or not true because there is no evidence…yet. The government has done well conditioning us. The average are obedient drones, the poor are indentured servants, the rich are the distractors, the genius has a mental disorder. Bravo, America.

          Would someone just please wake up. Our reality is not a game. Are you sentient or are you simulation?

      • Cyber Security World

        July 5, 2014 at 6:42 pm

        Classis psyops? What delusional fringe faction do you belong to? Go get your teeth X-rayed independently. If you see no little, tiny chips in your crowns, you’re fine. I work in cyber-security and cyber intelligence. In addition to the *modern*, up-to-date technology we use, it would be wonderful if we were able to track cyber thieves and other cyber criminals by their secretly implanted RFID chips. It’s not happening. Doesn’t anyone have anything better to do than dream up ways the government and big brother is monitoring them? The information age needs to be renamed “the disinformation-misinformation age.” Rather like the two young girls in Wisconsin nearly stabbing their little friend to death in a effort to be accepted into the fictional “Slender Man” cult. It’s clear what a true danger this disinformation-misinformation age really is when all one needs to dream up ridiculous conspiracies and spread fear is some boredom and an internet connection. Out of the countless scenarios which are possible, few, if any are plausible. We have so many real, genuinely dangerous problems in America today; RFID tracking is not one of them. Most, if not all of you *allow* yourselves to be tracked by far easier, cheaper and more practical methods; your cell phones for GPS mapping and directions, your smartphone apps that all access your location/web browsing history/check-ins, tweets, instagrams, and the list goes on endlessly. They don’t need to *hide* things in your body; you carry it with you wherever you go right in your hand or pocket. You’re using it everywhere you go, opting for your device rather than a human companion. Facebook tracks every website you visit, every ad you click on, every post you make. You have freely given up your privacy, and you buy the smartphones, tablets, mobile devices and computers that make it possible. No one spends money to put tracking chips in you; you paid to carry the damn tracking devices with you ALL the time. A more accurate explanation to put forward here would be this: We’re SO stupid, we allow them to track us where we go, what we do, who we’re with, what we ate, where we bought gas, who was at the party last night, what you wore and what your friends wore, what a bitch your mom is and how square your dad is … and WE chose to purchase and pay for this technology with our own money so we could have the BEST possible technology and devices to allow ourselves to be tracked, our privacy invaded, and our identities compromised. We’ve done it to ourselves. No one needs clandestine RFID chips. You purchased your device, which came with the RFID technology embedded and waiting for you to voluntarily activate and give it permission to invade your privacy and your lives. The rest of this discussion … powder, dental chips, prosthetic implants … is moot. The practicality of RFID tracking with it’s limited range and very limited life cycle died long ago, with the exception of perhaps animal/pet tracking. We don’t need it for anything else. The technology you own and the permissions you’ve given are all anyone will ever need to know every little detail of your lives. Then the question becomes – other than advertisers and sellers of products, who gives a damn? The answer – no one, unless you’re a criminal. Stop wasting brain cells on stupid conspiracy theories, and find a way to stop corporations from buying control of our government, especially the US Congress. That’s a legitimate conspiracy, who’s motive is “profit.” And tomorrow, if you decide to “unplug” and get rid of all your technology and devices so you can begin to take back your privacy, you needn’t worry; there’s *still* no one who cares enough to try to implant old-school RFID technology in you; we have all the digital footprints you leave behind from being a minuscule part of the “connected world.” I’ll say it one more time … If you’re not a cyber criminal or known terrorist, no one (except advertisers and sellers of products) cares who you are, where you are, or what you’re doing. Except from a “profit” standpoint, you’re simply just one more face in the crowd, just another Business Intelligence Analytics dot on some company’s brand trend analysis spreadsheet. Wake up and smell the reality for a change.; reality is much scarier.

        • J

          July 9, 2014 at 1:14 am

          This was beautiful. No, you’re not a shill or anything. Because, you really do care this much to write a book on a website you don’t care about.

        • Trayz

          July 9, 2014 at 11:30 am

          CYBER SECURITY WORLD clearly works for the criminal cabal Rothschilds, as paid servants-prostitutes, to debunk the truth of Dr. John T. Brugle. Don’t believe a word of their hopium. I will bet you that every plasma donor walking out the door has a chip, 100% return. They use nice big fat giant needles too. Anyone who says otherwise is just plain dumb, as in stupid, naïve, a dope, wearing blinders, can’t face reality, a ninny, pea brain, lowly educated, take your pick–any of the above. If the shoe fits, then wear it.

        • Carl

          July 9, 2014 at 9:20 pm

          Problem is genius, that recent western governments have a history of chipping innocents as well as committing genocide so perhaps you might want to read up about World government.
          The government and congress are also already controlled by the Fed and bribery. I find it amusing how you naively think that this won’t be abused or that maybe it goes against someones religions beliefs to have insane power hungry people tracking them like cattle.

          Good luck with the shilling and the sun or the mundane Satan. M. Blavasky (Your prophet not mine globalist).

        • Susanna

          July 10, 2014 at 8:23 am

          The DIFFERENCE is the surreptitious means and effect. It’s one thing to CHOOSE via the purchase of extraneous technology; another entirely to have it inserted without your knowledge or consent. And you can argue all you want that we peons aren’t important enough to warrant tracking, but are you certain of that? Also consider the fact that these might be “turned on” after their initial function to do more than you insist. I can leave my bankcards and cell phone at home. That is my CHOICE and we should all be entitled to that freedom.

        • Jeff

          October 29, 2014 at 3:42 am

          Well said. Thank you for taking the time to write.

      • nick waytowich

        July 7, 2014 at 6:34 pm

        You are an idiot “Eyes wide Open”… you’re more like “eyes closed shut”!!!! You realize you are a walking fucking fingerprint. You have a unique identification number that our government gave to you when you were born (social security), you have a drivers license, dental records, and fingerprints that are all on file that tells our government who you are (all of which you seem to be ok with), but then you flip a shit about the though of an RFID chip that contains the code of the implanted medical device that’s in your body.

        • J

          July 9, 2014 at 1:19 am

          The trolls generally start with insults and name calling. One of their “weapons” is the power of insulting, rather than in dialog – discussion and logic. It’s a doctrine straight out of Marxist, Communism to try and defeat once they’ve reached a point of not being able to defend themselves… Thanks troll. Going into the documentary! And your name!

    • soothesayer

      June 10, 2014 at 7:54 pm

      you a pompous spoonfed idiot, science is a religeon, they dont always present you with fact, and there always a man behind the curtain who can make shit up as he pleases – there no cross refereance other than other goverment paid scientists to back up the original oz’s claims

      • Gooch

        July 5, 2014 at 1:58 am

        What you speak of isn’t science. Science involves questioning every little detail of everything. Religion involves being an ignorant cunt that has “faith” in some outlandish nonsense.

      • Mrs. Winterthorne

        July 8, 2014 at 12:03 am

        That’s not true, you’re ignoring the vital process of peer review that is intended as the check and balance you reference. Who else would be qualified?

    • Anzwertree

      June 10, 2014 at 8:37 pm

      Thanks for leaving this comment, Gilmour. I understand exactly what you mean. But as another commenter pointed out, we will make assumptions. That’s true. In fact, I’ve made several assumptions already. I often start my day off assuming I’m not an invisible purple duck. Let’s also assume replacing my morning caffè latte with a pint of cyanide would probably make me late for work. Which one of these assumptions make sense and why? I’ll just assume everybody knows the answer.

    • Wide Awake

      June 17, 2014 at 10:39 am

      Let’s really think about this for a second. Why, would any manufacturing company, want to track MILLIONS of tooth fillings..that have only the sole purpose of being implanted in millions of people. Just think about that for a second. JUST. THINK.
      This is not an accident. It is to gather information. Period. And without consent. There is no silver lining here. There is no “woopsie”
      THINK damn you THINK

      • Michael Hadfield

        June 22, 2014 at 5:13 am

        if it is to gather information in the only way to gather that information be after the people were dead especially if it would be in a screw or an in plant,something like that or medical device

      • Max McKenzie

        April 23, 2015 at 12:57 am

        The information can’t be collected unless scanned by a rfid scanner within a foot or so. You can’t track these on a computer like in the movies with flashing lights on a map for everyone with the chip implanted.

        The manufacturer of the crown likely puts them in their as an electronic serial number (ESN) and the only info that would be on the chip would be the ESN and perhaps model number. The dentist themselves may not even know the ESN, and the manufacturer wouldn’t know the name of the patient. Every time you use a mobile phone you identify yourself. Every mobile bas an ESN (called an IMEI) and each mobile phone connection has an IMSI number that is matched to the IMEI. So you are already being tracked. Throw away your mobile if you are that paranoid.

    • Christopher

      June 28, 2014 at 10:49 am

      This would make sense if you were talking about RFID in tooth implants but fillings are a composite material that is squirted and hardens. So please explain RFID in a gooey material?

    • john

      July 9, 2014 at 1:58 pm

      how do u contact these people to get scanned please john

    • Lynn

      July 12, 2014 at 9:49 am

      As one that has a most intimate knowledge of the dental field…I would say that this is impossible. The manufacturing processes needed for crown and bridge to be made includes pressure and heat. A LOT of heat. I would doubt that the chips could survive. There are too many variants. All doctors do not use the same labs or same lab techs. There are labs that are used from all over the country, not to mention some that send their work overseas. Calm down. If they had said that they found them implanted in arms or butts from vaccines and flu shots…THAT I would believe.

    • Baron

      July 20, 2014 at 11:22 pm

      There’s nothing fear based about it. There is simply no reasonable excuse for putting an RFID Chip in damn filling, let alone doing so without telling the person.

      Let the Lawsuits begin, and if I find out I’ve gotten on implanted there’s going to be some dentist or doctor who will be seeking implants themselves.

    • Durk Simmons

      August 17, 2014 at 9:39 am

      1st- Fear does not necessitate irrationality and, 2nd- You ARE product, whether or not you realize it is another matter. We are ALL product plain and simple, and are tools of the system until we ALL vote to change it. The fact that there is a discernable signal being emitted by a device implanted without permission is proof enough for me to be very scared and have a prey mentality WTF? Okay here’s a scenario for ya. You’re implanted with a tracker, and have a new car and phone. You pissed off your girlfriend so she makes up some BS story about you beating her kid and shooting her dog. You have no idea but because of the fight decide to go for a bike ride and swim in the woods. Connect the dots, in this day and age, the police can track your car to the parking lot, track your phone to the cabin, then track YOU to your favorite swimming hole… just sayin’ pretty Orwellian

    • kkurman

      September 12, 2014 at 9:49 am

      thank you for doing some extra digging that clearly other’s can’t be bothered with. You draw a sensible conclusion and anyone who has any knowledge of the procedures of clinical trials would know you can only track so many variables while keeping a study focused.
      It has been my contention for many years that it won’t be long before implanted, supplemental computing is as routine as a physical check-up. see: Kurzweil. The inevitability is borne out by looking at a broad cross section of where we are in R&D, nanotechnology, genetics, microprocessing, etc…. not to mention the genome project and the mapping of the neural network in the brain. Our phones keep getting smaller, save for certain reactionary commercial trends, soon they will just be unmanageably cumbersome external devices. So pay no attention the foaming at the mouth of the knee-jerks, there are bigger fish to fry…(like the NSA, net-neutrality and the privatization of our public education system…)

    • Antonio

      February 2, 2015 at 3:31 pm

      How can I get more information on this due to the I believe that I was implant without my consent or illegally?

    • James Lico

      May 20, 2015 at 10:18 am

      I didn’t know about this study but I have RFID implants. One implant is in my left arm and the other is in my right TMJ (jaw). I have proof for what its worth. You might find it interesting for a tin hat person. I am a Targeted Individual (TI) who is trafficked around for human experimentation. The trolls will probably jump all over this but if you look into it you will find volumes of hits on the internet concerning targeted individuals. Believe it or not there are people who get money to put down people who delve into daring to prove the big psyops put on as part of the war on the American People. Trolls are part of “FULL SPECTRUM DOMINANCE” by the military.
      http://jameslico.com/rfid-scanning-of-james-f-lico-in-sacramento-ca-on-jan-15-2012/
      Let the trolls explain why the mass shootings keep happening because I have in this article. Targeted Individuals are breaking out of their programming. Check it out! http://jameslico.com/the-mass-shootings-keep-happening-because-targeted-individuals-are-being-tortured/

  2. Carmen Lupan

    June 10, 2014 at 1:02 pm

    Before one knows for sure the devices must be analyzed, so I am afraid that the person writing above is making assumptions.

    • Rhonda

      June 10, 2014 at 9:06 pm

      I agree with you.

  3. scri

    June 10, 2014 at 2:07 pm

    after a epilepsy surgery my body is emitting RFID from several parts…they are raping/torturing/killing me… http://cayoupleasehelp.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/rapetorturemurdergenocide-by-wireless.html

  4. Cozumel

    June 10, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Want to discuss this with like minded individuals? Try Worldtruth.org a free, established social network with a political focus.

  5. Hayahdim

    June 10, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    BEWARE the BEAST MAN, for he is the Devil’s pawn. Alone among
    “AHAYAH’s” (I AM) creations, he kills for sport, lust and greed. Yea, he will murder his brother Jacob; to possess his brother’s land. Let him [not] breed in great numbers, for he will make a desert of his home and yours. Shun him; drive him back into his moutian lair, for he is the harbinger of DEATH. He is the Eagle of Obadiah, Esau of Malachi, of Rome, Idumiea, Khazaria, Amaleck and the CAUCAS. With his Star of Moloc & Flag of Eagle; he kills for sport. He goes by many names. He is a Lier and he is Dangerous ! !

    He is EDOM ! … BEWARE !
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv2nanjanzI

  6. Rhonda

    June 10, 2014 at 9:03 pm

    Does anybody know where can we go to get tested and find out if we have an implant?

    • cowgirl7

      June 12, 2014 at 10:07 am

      Probably the scanner at the grocery store could pick them up. Go to the self serve checkout and scan yourself!

      • Laurie Keat

        July 4, 2014 at 3:09 pm

        Lol cowgirl, your on the right track but not with the scanner, the scanner only detects items listed for sale in the supermarket, the theft detectors at the exit will go off if you have a chip implanted in your body some-where, the store will ask you if you have any-thing blah blah blah and will end up determining its your cell phone or some-thing that set it off.

    • Um

      June 12, 2014 at 12:12 pm

      How about a science fiction novel?

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  8. Mr Joe

    June 11, 2014 at 2:48 am

    Announced publicly February 6, 2006 (means it has been around and in use for much longer)

    Hitachi RFID Powder.
    World’s smallest and thinnest 0.15 x 0.15 mm, 7.5µm thick RFID IC chip
    – Enhanced productivity enabled by 1/4 surface area, 1/8th thickness –

    http://www.hitachi.com/New/cnews/060206.html

    And the Military perspective?

    Hitachi “Powder”/”Dust” µ-Chip Ultra-Small Micro RFID Chip with Embedded Antenna for Military and (Clandestine) Intelligence/Surveillance Applications: U.S. Military, Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies Licking their Chops?

    http://www.defensereview.com/hitachi-powderdust-µ-chip-ultra-small-micro-rfid-chip-with-embedded-antenna-for-military-and-clandestine-intelligencesurveillance-applications-u-s-military-law-enforcement-and-inte/

  9. souLTower

    June 11, 2014 at 4:55 am

    What, actually, is your concern? I’m not in favor of RFID and wouldn’t request to get one but I’m also not concerned if there’s one in my tooth. I’d be willing to bet that every poster on here uses credit cards, bank cards, building access cards, drives a car, has a cell phone…. all of these allow you to be tracked. The fact that you posted to a website means that the connection between your computer left a footprint.

    If there’s not a legitimate concern and an action to be taken then all of this is alarmist and makes the conservative argument sound like chicken little. If you’re really worried about it you’ll need to go underground and off grid.

    Every one of us is able to be tracked. This was true before RFID and other technology. The fact that we exist in a society means that we live somewhere and people know us. They know where we work and they know most of our habits.

    Fear is what should be feared.

    • indio007

      June 11, 2014 at 10:52 am

      Your post is one huge red herring. All those items you listed people can opt out of. No one knew they were tagged in this instance.

      Good try.
      Thanks for playing.

    • Rhonda

      June 11, 2014 at 10:59 am

      I’m not afraid of being tracked….I know it’s almost impossible not to be…my concern is that ive been reading about what the implanted chips are being used for…I’m searching for the truth.

      • Rhonda

        June 11, 2014 at 11:10 am

        I mean why would they put chips in a filling or a crown?…They can’t repo a filling…and indeed they have all these other ways to track you…why waste the money?

      • Ann

        June 15, 2014 at 12:50 pm

        they are using them to torture people…if they don’t like what you believe in they well send a signal to the implant that well cause your body to vibrate and keep you awake at night… you probable won’t believe this but believe me it is true and I have had it in my life for 14 years..people in your life are then payed to inform your Dr. and every one you know that you are paranoid so that if you complain about the vibration they well think just that, that you are paranoid..

        • mike

          June 22, 2014 at 7:20 am

          Hi Ann, I believe what you say is true because it is happening to me too, but I don’t believe it is the chip itself that causes the vibration but rather the chip is used to control the release of medications previously injected. Whenever I started to fall asleep I would be immediately woken backup with a vibration sensation which I think is some kind of noradrenaline drug they use. I believe they got control of my subconscious after the early days when I saw the pyschologist/hynpotist, and they can put me into a trance whenever they want and medicate me without me even knowing. They use the drugs and chip implant mostly for control it seems, and not really therapy, to force compliance. Life gets very very difficult when I don’t do what they want, and there is no escape. Either suffer or conform to their will. Warning to anyone; avoid at all costs getting caught in the mental health system.

          • Joan

            July 7, 2014 at 7:48 pm

            The two posters above are clearly not being helped by having access to the internet. You two need to seek professional help, not stay away from it. Unfortunately articles like this are hurting you terribly.

    • jess

      June 11, 2014 at 1:48 pm

      its one thing to carry RFIDs….it’s entirely different when they are permanently implanted into your body….

    • TheIronGod

      June 11, 2014 at 3:45 pm

      The functional difference is that I can throw away my credit card and cell phone. I can’t rip out my teeth or hip. The moral difference is that I gave my consent to the credit card and cell phone. This is being done without consent, and even surreptitiously. That SHOULD, at the very least, cause concern.

      • anon

        June 12, 2014 at 12:01 pm

        Great points you’ve made. Also the idea of surreptitious chipping makes me think about why is the medical mafia so against home birthing. Is is because of the lost opportunity to chip the infant, not to mention the Hepatitis vaccine jab with all those toxic ingredients? I have lost all trust in our government in Wash DC.

    • Carl

      July 9, 2014 at 9:31 pm

      We are talking about people receiving chips in their teeth, not a cell phone and without consent. I can’t believe how much of a sheeple idiot you are.

      Dissent, you lack it and so do all the shills on here, all 200 of them.

      What should be feared, is socialist tards wanting to be chipped so they have no privacy and the government/corporate rule can think and wipe their ass for them.

      RIP privacy, intelligence, dissent and critical thought.

  10. RonT

    June 14, 2014 at 7:08 am

    If the study had included the distance at which the transmissions can be received it would have been a big help. One inch? One foot? one block?
    I tend to agree with the first comment.

  11. Manuel B.Vega

    June 30, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    I being a victim of. Unconsenting human experimentation threw mind control technology think any form of implantation weather it be RIF microw chips or if they are chiping you just for the purpose of tracking your where abouts no matter what the case its no ones business where you go or what you think much less put you threw psychological military war games , keep these types of servays with in the military and leave the lives of innocent civilian’s alone!!!!!

  12. Manuel B.Vega

    June 30, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    How long does it take to complete one of these surveys I have been targeted and implanted since the year 1987

    • RWeberWright

      July 1, 2014 at 9:00 am

      Mine was installed in 1974. Maybe one of the first ones. I was in TX then. It’s R&D. I recall signing off the release for the clinical trial to have something “special” done during the SMR surgery. My life and health has been a nightmare ever since. I am afraid the answer may be never, Manuel. I keep trying to get the docs to remove it, but they seem afraid to do that for some reason. They ridicule me, and make me feel like some sort of a freak. Makes me feel like the whole health care industry is out to get me, you know? They want my return business, they won’t fix it, i.e. remove it. RFID chips are about impossible to remove yourself because of all of the plastic surgery glue the cocoon it in. The chip is encased in glass, then has a polymer, teflon like coating over that, then a flap of skin stitched over that, scarred in over the years due to the itching and irritation of the RF waves being “rejected” by my body in this case. Hard to believe it would go unnoticed. Harder to believe the doctors refuse or are afraid to remove them, huh? Scary. Like Nazi Germany, scary…A copper mesh helmet may help relieve the agony. There are way too many of us now complaining, for them to say at this point, we are all “insane” with the same symptoms, especially in the USA. I believe this is happening to citizens of Germany and other countries as well. We are now tagged as seditious, because we are aware of what they have done to us to control the masses, while protecting their own personal interests and assets electronically. The entire global population is divided this way today, so it seems.

      • choco

        August 22, 2014 at 1:06 pm

        yep, in Germany also going these with big steps. it is not only chip, it is smth. horrible too. All about your behaver, health, feeling… i am also chiped, at my home, while the sleeping, you feel nothing on another day.

  13. Being Franc

    July 4, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    Consent means EVERYTHING. Regardless whether these RFID chips are riding on or within our very bodies, not one of us gave any sort of CONSENT as consumers of medical products or otherwise to allow these digital hitchhikers a free pass on our life passage. Thus, I see a requirement for those who are capable of doing such with hardware to create a machine for the common man to NIX these little parasites without doing harm to their host. Please and Thank you!
    -Franc

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  17. john

    July 9, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    I need too be scanned where do I contact these people please asap thank u

  18. john

    July 9, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    where do I contact these people please asap thank u john

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  20. Carl

    July 9, 2014 at 9:43 pm

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/07/05/wifi-an-invisible-but-ubiquitous-threat-to-the-future-of-the-species/

    Even more ominous, in my opinion, is that wi-fi is the means by which tracking of implanted rfid devices will be accomplished.

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  22. Albatrosv13

    July 10, 2014 at 4:31 am

    I stand pretty much with ”Cyber security world”.
    Except that the plan for the tracking everyone is to get rid of human elements by making them obsolete, by getting big data first so there is data HOW to replace human elements in the functions of the system.
    Even if that is not priority nr 1, it will happen.

    • Jennifer

      August 20, 2014 at 9:49 pm

      I stand with cyber security world too. 100 percent. That’s why
      I have no cell phone.

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  28. Jeff Murray

    July 13, 2014 at 5:23 am

    The microchips are so small according to Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde, MD, Former Chief Medical Officer of Finland and former World Health Organization Representative for Finland that they cannot be detected. 5 micro-millimeter.

    According to Aaron Russo as told to him by Nicholas Rockefeller in the recruitment process to the Council on Foreign Relations, the goal of the Technocratic Oligarchs who run the planet is a micro-chipped population for Total Control. That interview with Russo by Alex Jones is on the internet and with a simple google search it can found easily. I say he’s telling the truth. He gained nothing except persecution and ridicule by doing that which as a businessman as he was would make no sense if were not true.

  29. facefur

    August 20, 2014 at 10:19 am

    The original article is probably quite true – at least in the presence of RFID chips. What it does not say is whether they were implanted secretly in someone, or they are simply RFID tags like you can find on merchandise from Walmart. These tags generally are pre-set with things like serial numbers, date of manufacture, etc., so they can be tracked through the delivery and sales process. Pacemakers have them, insulin pumps have them, most implanted medical devices have them.

    The unanswered question, which is prompting lots of speculation and paranoia here, is what use if being made of the chips? Is anyone being scanned regularly? Is there some secret 1984-esque evil plot to know where everyone is at all times. Of course, being paranoid doesn’t mean that they’re not all out to get you.

  30. Jennifer

    August 20, 2014 at 9:48 pm

    The only people who should have mandatory chips are everyone who has ever been to prison and been convicted for either a violent crime or a sex offense — child molesters, rapist, etc.. They movements need to be tracks.

    The rest of the population gives it away free like the cyber guy said — cells, google, etc…

  31. Illuminatti

    October 22, 2014 at 12:09 am

    http://wikispooks.com/w/images/f/fd/Thanks_for_the_Memories.pdf page 187
    “When we returned from our “honeymoon” we moved into an apartment on Parthenia Avenue in Canoga Park, California. I continued working four days a week for Dr. Jacoby and Craig continued his studies as a pre-med major to become a dentist. Sliced into my ‘expanded’ duties as dental assistant, were ‘special assignments’ that began when a suited man, posing as a drug company salesman, delivered tiny implants that I was programmed to cement into the braces of certain ‘select’ young patients. Most often, they were beautiful young girls”

  32. John Andry

    March 9, 2015 at 9:48 am

    Hey everyone,

    Nice Info here, but want more, i want to know about RFID Devices how the devices works, or how to track, can the devices are rechargeable or how the radio frequencies work, i also looking for the tracking devices for my business in US, to track my Important assets and documents and anyone can experience that devices if anyone, so please help me and guide me where from i get the best RFID services, if anyone have know about the best RFID Site so please refer me!! Thanks in Advance

  33. Alan

    May 12, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    Well this is a nice step

  34. Ceasar Dominguez

    June 12, 2015 at 4:16 am

    People should be concerned about this I have been implanted and being used and tortured daily by radiofrequency it gives off a iirritating buzzing in the ear that manipulate thoughts synthetic telepathy where everyone knows your thoughts and can use computer apps to put voices in your by talking through their phones or computer controlling your mind like a robot it has many health effects seizures twitching in the limbs brain cancer radiation the y can drive a person to commit suicide by mind manipulation this is a severe crime against humanity and those dr.s dentist need to take out the implants and be punished

  35. dirk

    July 1, 2015 at 7:29 am

    of course they’re not doing that. like tuskegee and agent orange never happened.

  36. Josh Scott

    July 21, 2015 at 3:39 pm

    I have been suffering from human torture for a year straight 24-7 i need help feeling like im dying how do i get help to prosecute the as whole that did this to me

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