Excerpt from The Cashless Society is Here
by Chris Beard
NFOPet is one of several companies that provide a syringe gun implantable bio-chip that is injected under the skin of an animal. The chip can be read by a scanner and the code identifying the owner and pet will bring up a file on a computer. The system boasts that it can track over 1 billion pets by satellites and cellular towers.
Motorola, who produce the microchips for the Mondex SmartCard, has developed several human implantable bio-chips.The BT952000 chip was engineered by Dr. Carl Sanders who was directed in 17 New World Order meetings to develop the device for global use in humans for economic and identification purposes. The bio-chip measures 7mm long and .75mm in width, about the size of a grain of rice. It contains a transponder and a rechargeable lithium battery. The battery is charged by a thermo-couple circuit that produces voltage from fluctuations in body temperature.
They spent over 1.5 million dollars studying where to place the chip in the human body. They found only two suitable and efficient places - the forehead just under the hairline, and the back of the hand, specifically the right hand. ... Dr. Sanders was against the use of the lithium battery because it was known that if it were to break the lithium would cause a grievous boil or sore and cause much agony to the host.