Pentagon Scientists Create Microchip Implant to Detect COVID

The future is sneaking up on us and microchips may be the future.

Well...that all depends really on whether or not you would want to get one.

The Pentagon has now developed a microchip that has the ability to detect whether or not someone is infected with the (forbidden illness)

“It’s a sensor,” Hepburn told CBS correspondent Bill Whitaker. “That tiny green thing in there, you put it underneath your skin and what that tells you is that there are chemical reactions going on inside the body and that signal means you are going to have symptoms tomorrow.”

The microchip, embedded in a tissue-like gel, is designed to continuously test the chip recipient’s blood for presence of the virus. Once [the forbidden illness] is detected, the chip alerts the patient to conduct a rapid blood test, which can be self-administered, to confirm the positive result.

So, in my opinion, you can look at this in many different ways.

First of all, I do think that it would be kind of neat to basically have your own "check engine light" sort of ability to be able to diagnose yourself and know when you're sick the moment you get sick that way you know what to do to fix the problem. This could actually have the ability to lengthen lives if it can detect subtle things and maybe even give warnings about heart attacks before they happen.

Something like this has great potential and could really extend the average life expectancy.

I know that some people would be very reluctant to getting this sort of device for various reasons. I personally don't think that I would do it, but it's just for the fact that I don't think I'd want something like that in my skin.

Then, there are others who would not want it because they feel like it might be the mark of the beast. I can say with full certainty that it is not the mark of the beast. Before considering whether something could be the mark of the beast, you have to first consider the biblical definition of who the beast is and then see if that mark is a reflection of that person.

In addition to this, I don't even know if the microchip would be able to do all of that. I don't need a chip to tell me I've got the (forbidden illness). I'll know pretty quickly.

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