Microsoft wants to get under your skin
HealthVault links up with VeriMed RFID chips
Microsoft's HealthVault, the medical records database, is to be integrated with VeriMed's human-embedded RFID tags, allowing doctors to access the medical records of unconscious patients with a quick scan of the arm.
VeriMed consists of an RFID tag that is embedded in the arm of a hopefully willing participant, and responds with a 16-digital identity code when queried at 134KHz. This code can then be used to identify the person through VeriChip's website, and will soon be able to link to their medical records as stored on Microsoft's HealthVault system.
"VeriMed adds an exciting RFID-based option for HealthVault users trying to keep themselves and their families safe," says Sean Nolan, the chief architect for HealthVault, quoted in RFID Journal. If you're excited about the idea of being electronically indexed then this is probably the technology for you.
Not that the future of VeriMed is in any way certain, despite the Microsoft link. The company's parent, VeriChip, has already tried to sell off the human-implanting part of the business as punters prove remarkably reluctant to be serial-numbered. Should the business fail entirely, a connection to HealthVault could be the best hope for the poor souls who've already succumbed to having chips embedded in their arms. ®
When pigs fly
There is no way in hell or earth that these elite pigs are chipping me.
If you look after yourself, take your vitamins and herbs, exercise, get up to date on the science ie The Cure and Prevention of All Cancers, 2007, HR Clark PhD ND, then you dont need to visit the Doc, let alone get chipped. You will need to ignore the pseudo scientific nonsense from mainstream and the Docs talking about cholesterol, calories, food pyramids, healthy soy, canola and olive oil, safe microwave and teflon cooking, safe MSG and aspartame and all other such like nonsense, designed to keep you sick.You may still need to visit for insurance/pilot medicals etc., and if you get knocked down by a bus. At 71, that has been my story for the last 35 years.
no, you don't understand how this works
They simply insert it up your arse as you get the next release of windoze.
Paris, 'cuz she knows all about insertions.