Blueprint for a Prison Planet
(The Plan to Microchip Humanity.... and why you won't belive it)

by Nick Sandberg

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The IBM 2020 Neural Implant
2020 Neural Chip Implant Letter

The 2020 IBM Neural Chip Implant
The Chips Are Coming

'Soul Catcher' Computer Chip Due...

    The Soul Catcher An "artificial life team" at British Telecom recently discussed their hopes of arriving at such a technology within the next thirty years. The crew of scientists, led by Dr. Chris Winter, explain that the chip is to be implanted behind the eye at birth. There it will remain, capturing every datum of sensation that passes through the brain in the course of the subject's life. The researchers have named this sought-after chip "The Soul Catcher."

More on "Soul Catcher" Ghosts, computers, and Chinese Whispers Toby Howard This article first appeared in Personal Computer World magazine, November 1996. "

CLICK HERE to upload your soul" was one of the tamer headlines seen recently in reports describing the "new research direction" of British Telecom's research labs at Martlesham Heath. BT, it was reported by such authorities as The Guardian, Reuters, Time, and the Electronic Telegraph, is embarking on a huge new research project. Funded to the tune of 25 million pounds, an eight-man team is developing a "Soul Catcher" memory chip. The chip will be implanted behind a person's eye, and will record all the thoughts and experiences of their lifetime.


BT Technology Timeline - Towards Life in 2020 British Telecomm propoganda machine


WORLD'S FIRST SATELLITE-TRACKED HUMAN IMPLANT DEVICE Applied Digital Solutions, Inc, today announced that it had acquired the patent rights to a minature digital transceiver. . .The implantable transceiver sends and receives data and can be continually tracked by Global Positioning Satellite technology. . .When implanted within the body, the device is powered electromechanically through the movement of the muscles, and it can be activated either by the "wearer" or by the monitoring facility.

A tracking device designed to be inserted under the skin could allow parents to keep tabs on their children, help track court offenders or make it easy to find lost hikers. But civil liberties campaigners are already worried that the device might be abused. "This kind of stuff has enormous potential for abuse by the authorities, or by anyone who can break into the information," says Emily Whitfield, a spokeswoman for the American Civil Liberties Union. New Scientist, January 2000.


Disinformation's Big Brother Wants to Implant You dossier is one of the most informative sites on that topic.

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