The Pitch: Microchips ‘Make Life Easier’


Tru News:  From opening doors to riding the bus and paying for lunch, subdermal microchips are the way of the future for people embracing a digital future. Remi Baker and Mitch Hunter from PHD Media are two early adopters of the microchip technology.

“We don’t need any ID cards, we don’t need any pin codes, we don’t need any access cards or anything so we can live a much freer life,” Mr Hunter said.

The microchip, which is the size of a grain of rice, sits beneath the skin. Data from your bank card, LinkedIn profile or even your medical history is cloned on to the chip which is then implanted in the hand.

Using the same technology as tap and pay cards, the chip can be used to do anything that has been programmed on to the chip. more …

Opinion: Suppose you don’t want a microchip embedded under your skin. MIT researchers have developed a smart tattoo that can perform virtually all of the same functions.

Now you can have a convenient chip tattoo, in any color or style, for under $5.00. The beast of Revelation 13:16-17 will be so happy!

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  1. My other half had recently rented a 2017 KIA to go on a trip with her family. Apparently, the new KIA vehicles have the chip technology embedded into the “key”. Technically, there is no actual key, not punch code on the door. When approaching the car (being in possession of the “key”) the side mirrors automatically fold out (they automatically fold in when “key” is out of range), and the doors unlock. She said there is no place for a key on the door or inside the car. There is only a button to push that starts the vehicle.

    What a blessing it will be for those of us who are born again to not have to experience the chip being injected into our hand/forehead.

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