Human Barcode


‘Human barcode’ could make society more organized

As tech companies work to develop ID chips, how long until we're no longer anonymous?

“I would insist on every individual having a unique ID permanently attached — a barcode if you will — an implanted chip to provide an easy, fast inexpensive way to identify individuals,” she said on The Forum, a weekly show that features "a global thinking" discussing a "radical, inspiring or controversial idea" for 60 seconds .



  1. Maybe someone like Ray Kurzweil will propose – to assure people – a blood cell sized nano-robot(s) or -computer, which is capable to contain more date and could give some “benefits” (self-healing, access to the internet with a thought,…), so that more people could better accept it.

    Incredible. Be careful! Don’t get paranoid, just do not forget to be vigilant!

  2. These articles are bringing out all the Mad Scientists, last or two weeks ago it was even crazier.
    I’m glad this news agency is doing this article series, we can really see what some of the “brightest minds” are thinking about.

    • And I might interpret scripture differently than some, but “The Mark of the Beast” is a great way for your pastors/priests to control you.

  3. I agree with you Eric because the pastor of our church which is why I stopped going to church would talk about the nwo and the microchips and how it is a prophecy in revelation but they all have the attitude that “we can’t do anything about it” or ” its SUPPOSED to happen”.

  4. Well Jesus did say to go through the narrow gate because wide is the gate that leads to destruction and many enter through it.

  5. I am not surprised. There is no difference between this bar coding proposal and the bar coding of innocent Jewish individuals in the holocaust. The concept remains the same, i.e., control and oppression. This made me laugh: Jay Stanley, a senior policy analyst with the ACLU’s speech, privacy, and technology project, said, “We can have security, we can have convenience, and we can have privacy. . . . We can have our cake and eat it too.” Really? Hmm…Ol’ Ben would disagree with you, Mr. Stanley. Mr. Franklin accurately opined, “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Anything done in the name of “security” or “safety” always thwarts liberty. People with “we can have our cake and eat it too” mentality are perverting this world.

  6. I think we should also research and to be careful with surgery using nano-robots or biotechnology.

    “For example, nanobots in the bloodstream keeping us healthy from the inside. That sounds very futuristic, but I point out that there’s already 50 experiments doing that with the first generation of nano-engineered devices in animals. Some scientists cured type-1 diabetes in rats with a blood cell size device that lets insulin out in a controlled fashion through 7-nanometer pores. And there are many other examples.”

    (Ray Kurzweil)

    How can we know after a surgery, if these devices (nano-robots) surely went out of our body or not, as they are unvisible to the human eye?

    • If you look very closely you will figure out what it represents. There have been posts about that symbol on the site before…by way of the CAJI list.

    • yeah in my ignorance (and partly due to seeing the movie Pi in my youth) i thought the leather straps were associated with the Khabbalah but that’s not always the case.

  7. Someone will make an implanted chip cool, hip and/or fashionable, then the masses will run to get their mark. Lady Gaga or Jay Z, showing in one of their videos showing how the chip links up to the latest gadgets or automatic I.D. at “Tha Club” so you can get your “Bubblie” quicker. The youth will beg their parents for it, they will give it to them to shut them up and also for the “safety” of their children. No one is forced to get a chip, just incrementalism at its finest.

    • You hit the nail on the head with the club and being “cool”…we sent out an article a long time ago where that was already required at a “hip” nightclub. One of the VNS and CAJI authors had sent it to me.


    • Something like that could happen because young people look up to musicians and actors and they dress and act like them it’s really sad.

    • That’s true – also over here in Germany people, if they want, can get a chip in their forearm from their favorite local which gets scanned at each visit so they don’t have to pay every time they are there. There are quite some who get one because they think it’s comfortable.

  8. We all have to draw the line somewhere or all is lost. For me, the human bar-code issue is definitely one of those places where I’m sayin’ — no fuckin’ way!