Why any company or person in general would be okay with using a microchip implant to log into their computer or pay their bills is beyond me.
They may not have ever read Revelations, but I have! Hello people! It sounds like a good idea in being efficient, but the chip is clearly similar to the mark of the beast spoken about in the bible. It speaks about a “mark” that people will get in order to receive their paycheck and buy food.
With the newest USA Today claim, it just makes it even more of a reality. They seem to believe that everyone will have the chip in the future.
An associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is arguing that most humans will receive a microchip implant in the future. “It will happen to everybody,” says Noelle Chesley, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. “But not this year, and not in 2018. Maybe not my generation, but certainly that of my kids.”
Although some say the social stigma over inserting technology into one’s body will hinder Chesley’s prediction, a Wisconsin firm has already made the futuristic leap. The company, Three Square Market, implanted a microchip into their employees to do away with company badges and corporate logons.
Grayson stated, “You’ve got to have a lot of trust to put one of those in your body,” Grayson says. Workers will need assurances the chip is healthy, can’t be hacked, and its information is private.”
He continued, “In 10 years, Facebook, Google, Apple and Tesla will not have their employees chipped. You’ll see some extreme forward-looking tech people adopting it, but not large companies.”
“the time is now” for chips to be more commonly used, says Amal Graafstra, founder of Dangerous Things, a shop supplying “custom gadgetry for the discerning biohacker.” “We’re going to start to see chip implants get the same realm of acceptance as piercings and tattoos do now.”
“It becomes part of you the way a cellphone does,” Graafstra argues. “You can never forget it, and you can’t lose it. And you have the capability to communicate with machines in a way you couldn’t before.”
Um, thanks but no thanks. I will happily take my plot of land in the country and grow my own food before I allow a microchip to be implanted into my hand.