It’s not a secret that technology companies have been working feverishly to create reliable electronics for the monitoring and tracking of humans for roughly two decades. Their biggest challenge has been making it non-invasive to do so and as time goes on and technology becomes smaller, their goal becomes more attainable. Well now scientists are starting to say that it’s inevitable that we won’t even have the option in which to not have one of these microchips.
As it is, there’s already software programs that are capable of monitoring us in real time then make predictions about future behavior based off of complex algorithms, then send an alert to the appropriate monitoring system. Let’s also remember that there’s advanced facial recognition software that can pick an individual out of a crowd, something that was once only in sci-fi movies.
However with the manner in which things are progressing, researchers who are working on human-embedded microchips are now starting to say that it’s only a matter of time before their use is so widespread that we won’t have a choice but to have on implanted.
If you think it couldn’t happen just think about even 30 years ago when the notion that our daily activities in public would be tracked, or that we would be under constant surveillance by the government was repulsive to most Americans.
As is pointed out on SHTFPlan.com, mobile phone use is so widespread now that it’s basically a “right” to own one, so much so that the government gives them out to people if they can’t afford it. Every one of those phones has a chip in it that allows our every movement to be tracked by GPS coordinates and cell towers. Scarier yet is the fact that the cameras and microphones within them can be remotely activated by law enforcement for surveillance purposes.
Yet we still willingly carry them around because of how convenient they are.
As is said on SHTF, “Granted, one can simply disconnect from ‘the grid’ by throwing away their cell phone. But, the direction these new monitoring technologies are moving coupled with continued government expansion of surveillance suggests that microchip RFID technology will eventually be non-voluntary.”
While it’s hard to imagine that we would ever willingly submit to having such an implant put into our bodies, it’s harder to imagine that the systems that surround us won’t force us into integrating the technology into ourselves, as has been done with credit cards and moving towards a cashless society. Think about how much easier it is now to pull out your debit card to pay for something, yet the banks rape us all in fees and make our money extremely difficult to access.
It starts out as a convenience that only some will volunteer for, but as time goes on and the technology becomes more widespread, there won’t be much of an option as businesses across the nation make purchasing and selling much more convenient through microchips.
To quote SHTF again, “Eventually, once the concept is generally accepted by the majority, it will become our new ‘social security number.’
“To gain access to official services, you’ll need to be a verified human. Without verification you won’t even be able to purchase a six pack of beer, let alone get medical care or a driver’s license.”
There’s no question that this is where our future is headed, it’s a matter of when and not if.
“Our children and grandchildren – at least most of them – will likely not only submit to implantation, they’ll gladly pay the costs so that they, too, can ‘interact with society in a meaningful way.’”
Sounds rather Orwellian, however if the technology is convenient enough, people will have no problem jumping on board with it all on their own.