MICROCHIP IMPLANT

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1. WHAT IS A MICROCHIP IMPLANT? A microchip implant is a device that can be implanted into the body of a human. The size of these microchips is extremely small, therefore they can be easily implanted without the need for complicated surgery. Microchip implants can be used to track or record medical details of individuals, security and other important information.

2. WHAT DOES A MICROCHIP IMPLANT DO FOR HUMANS? A microchip implant is a device that can be implanted into the body of a human or animal. ... Microchip implants can be used to track or record medical details of individuals, security and other important information. Microchip implants are also known as ID chips or injectable ID chips.

3. HISTORY The first experiments with an RFID implant were carried out in 1998 by the British scientist Kevin Warwick. His implant was used to open doors, switch on lights, and cause verbal output within a building. After nine days the implant was removed and has since been held in the Science Museum (London).

4. WHO INVENTED THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT?? The pioneers known for inventing microchip technology are Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce. In 1959, Kilby of Texas Instruments received a U.S. patent for miniaturized electronic circuits and Noyce of Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation received a patent for a silicon-based integrated circuit.

5. WHAT ARE THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT? 1. You won't need to worry about losing your wallet because all your personal identification contains a microchip implant. 2. There's no way anyone could steal any of your personal identification because they’re all included in the microchip implant which is in your skin. 3. You could even pay bills using the microchip implant.

6. WHAT ARE THE NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT? 1. The microchip implant could affect your body health. 2. The microchip implant could move in your skin, which will be difficult for them to find it, also it can affect your skin and you could have infections from it. 3. Microchips can fail and become unable to be detected by a scanner.