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Verichip is now called PositiveID! Roll up your sleeve for the implantable human microchip, it’s now Positive?

February 14, 2010
Greg Nikolettos
2/1/2010

As sure as the sun rises, so Verichip keeps spawning and shape shifting to gain market acceptance as people from across the globe unite and reject the IBM seed-funded, Raytheon-manufactured Human Implantable microchip company.

To “mark’ a new year, Verichip is now called PositiveID!. If you have followed this company’s progress as we have and cited the damning evidence showcasing a casual link between microchipping and cancer, Verichip is certainly not positive. But in this world of semantics and double speak, no doubt a CEO meeting along with other top execs decided that throwing the word “Positive” in the title would make Alzheimer patients who get microchipped without their consent less hesitant as their sleeve was rolled up in the name of “wander protection’. “Was that a needle?” asks the patient? “No! it was a mosquito bite, you have Alzheimer’s, remember?”

What has changed in 2010?

The story continues …..

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