Experts: Everyone will be microchipped by 2067
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Everyone will be microchipped eventually, according to experts in the tech industry. Many people fear getting microchipped is the Mark of the Beast as foretold in in the book of Revelation, and the trend towards microchipping is a sign of the last days.
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LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) -- Last week, a Wisconsin firm microchipped all of its employees. The move will allow the firm to do away with keys and identity cards, allow employees to access doors, make copies and even make purchases with a wave of the hand.
This decision has led to public backlash with members of the public destroying Three Square Market's ratings on social media.
Clearly, there is a tremendous public distrust of embedded microchips.
However, the public at large is curious how long it will be before the rest of us are asked to accept a microchip.
The chips are the size of a grain of rice and they are injected into the hand, usually between the thumb and forefinger. The injection process hurts a little bit as it requires a large needle. But as soon as it is over the person can enjoy a more convenient life. Doors open with the wave of a hand. There's no more fumbling with credit cards. The chips serve as wallets, allowing people to make instant purchases. And the chips appear to be hack-proof at least for now.
Experts think all people will be chipped in the future. In the decades to come, the chips will gain the ability to monitor health and to count calories. They could detect illness and allow authorities to track missing and wanted persons.
But there is concern these chips are the Mark of the Beast foretold in the book of Revelation.
Experts think it won't be until 2067 (fifty years from now) that the social stigma of being chipped will have faded to the point that people are routinely chipped. Eventually, getting chipped will be as normal as getting a license.
While the chips at present can't do many things yet, future versions will be certain to have improved capabilities. People will want the latest chip the same as they want the next generation iPhone today.
Large corporations won't adopt these chips anytime soon, despite the obvious cost savings. Large firms tend to be slow to adapt to changes and adopt new techniques. However, in fifty years microchipping may be as common as vaccinations are today, and everyone will need one if they want to transact business.
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