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Beware Of Edible Microchips & iPhone Medicine

February 13, 2013

Doctors will soon be monitoring and treating patients with medical implants that use wi-fi, Bluetooth and other kinds of wireless technology.

Heart patient test dummies are being used to test the ultimate STUPID PILL that NWO scientists call the 'smart' pill - an edible microchip that delivers info directly to a mobile phone.


Notice how they name everything that's STUPID - "SMART"...like putting 'smart meters' in your home, dropping 'smart bombs' on civilians and putting microchip 'smart pills' in your body. It's not really the technology that's stupid. It's the "unthinking" stupid people who get conned by smart evil people with an agenda. Agenda 21.

Around 40 people are being recruited by NHS doctors to take standard versions of their heart pills fitted with a microchip. The chips in the pills send signals to a patch attached to the patient's shoulder, which relays a text message to a mobile or hand-held device if they have forgotten to take their medication.


Once people are talked into swallowing the MICROCHIP, their drug intake can be monitored and adjusted remotely. What else can be done remotely with this microchip implant? Will these devices be capable of killing someone remotely through an overdose and inducing a heart attack?

Click HERE to view the first drug-delivery microchip’ graphic


Why don't they just cut the crap and microchip everybody like dogs - which is the end goal. The NWO salesmen are selling us every possible argument to justify chipping us for the New World Order...because they need our cooperation.

Human beings are NOT meant to be digitized with microchips floating around inside their bodies and absorbing even more ELF waves and lord knows what else. WE ARE NOT CYBORGS - AT LEAST NOT YET! This is beyond sick!


The new so called scientific breakthroughs are part of a wider NWO technical revolution in medicine that exploits the miniaturisation of wireless devices and the ability to place them inside a patient to perform "telemedicine" – medical treatment from a distance.

Scientists at the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Vancouver yesterday hailed the latest clinical trial of an implantable microchip as an important breakthrough.

The chips, which are about the size of a pacemaker and are fitted surgically under the skin, were loaded with 20 doses of the osteoporosis drug teriparatide which is normally administered by daily injection pens. An external wireless device issued commands to the chip which allowed each drug dose to be released in an ordered, sequential manner to ensure that the patients received the right medication at the right time of day.

"You could literally have a pharmacy on a chip. You can do remote-control delivery and you can deliver multiple drugs," said Professor Robert Langer of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "The drugs are in different wells [in the microchip]. Each of these wells is covered by a nano-thin layer of gold which protects the drug for years if needed and prevents it from being released," Professor Langer said.

Dr Farra said, "This avoids the compliance issue, and points to a future where you have fully automated drug regimes. Physicians will be able to adjust their patients' therapy using a computer or phone". Yes. This definitely avoids the COMPLIANCE issue.

The edible microchip was announced in January by the company Proteus Biomedical of California which has signed a deal with the healthcare company Lloyds Pharmacy to begin clinical trials in the UK this year.

Eric Topol says we’ll soon use our smartphones to monitor our vital signs and chronic conditions.

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