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On average, 1 in 3 individuals already carry an RFID Chip.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips have been used extensively in wildlife ecology and conservation to identify and track individual specimens in a population. It has been unknown, however, how often RFID chips have been implanted in human populations for the tracking and identification of individuals. This study analyzed the prevalence of RFID Chips in 3 geographically discrete populations and found that, on average, 1 in 3 individuals carried an RFID Chip. Interestingly, there was a strong correlation with RFID Chip presence and previous dental work.

Our work has shown that approximately 1 in 3 individuals in the United States is carrying an RFID microchip. Our sample size was sufficiently large (n=2955) and was spread throughout three distinct geographic regions. Thus, we are comfortable extrapolating our finding to the broader American population.

Intriguingly, the most frequently identified location for an RFID microchip was in tooth fillings. This is contrary to popularly held belief that RFID chips are inserted in the dorsal of the hand near the thumb. More investigation is required to understand the significance of this finding.

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No need; 1 in 1 of us carries a cell phone

Almost every human in the US carries a cell phone. They track us through those, which have open mics and cameras, which internal RFID chips do not.

Still, if I find that one of the last two (scamming) dentists did this, there will be consequences.

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Very interesting. One of the

Very interesting. One of the top comments on the site (although possibly a paid poster) pointed out that they are used to track products, which makes sense for custom 1 off components like crowns and replacement hips. But it is concerning that they are not just tagged with the RFID chip and it be removed later. Of course this doesnt explain the few chips in the hand.

While these chips may not specifically list a persons information, it will have a unique id meant to track that part. That Id can be traced back to the manufacturer, which can then link back to your doctor and you. After all they are meant to identify the product as being specific to you. And also that ID could always be purposed for another use in a different database since it is there already.

The fact that it is never disclosed these ID tags are left there to the patients is more concerning.
Makes me wanna get a scanner and check my recent dental work.

Thanks for posting

I saw that article. DENTAL FILLINGS???

I wanna know, does ANY SINGLE PERSON HERE recall being informed of or given the option to have a microchip RFID transmitter implanted by their dentist?

This is totally gonna ruin Vermin Supreme. Good oral hygeine has been a foundation of his political platform for years.

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