People are excited to get chipped as soon as possible in Sweden, where the RFID technology is moving forward quickly to supply consumers wanting a more convenient life. Demand is beating supply at the moment.

The chips are the size of a grain of rice. They are inserted just under the skin next to the thumb.

The chips are used for:

  • Shopping
  • Replacing Keys
  • Identification
  • Emergency Contact Details
  • Social Media Profiles
  • E-tickets

Some companies in America are starting to use the chip to access secured areas. You may soon see this at your job. It should remain optional….. for a few years.

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  1. This idea scares me to death.

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  2. Such an optimistic guy Lander….I don’t think this will ever catch on. Too many movies and fantasy to elude that this is the first step towards tyranny.

    Phones yes, chips no

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  3. I had already heard that about Sweden. Scary.

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  4. The thoughtless things some of us do for convenience!
    Thanks for the follow 🙂

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  5. The Mark of the Beast. NO THANKS!

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  6. Interesting… but scary. It could make life easier… but it’s a helluva risk. As a reader and author of science-fiction, I’ve read a LOT of stories (and written some) about where this could take us… and mostly, it’s not good for humanity. And films… think of ‘Transcendence’ or ‘Minority Report’. The thing is, like the nuclear bomb, once we’ve discovered how to make it… there’s no putting it back in the box. It’s already too late….

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