Black People : Another Major Step Towards a Chipped Population

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  1. Writeous1

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    Dr. Watson: How IBM’s supercomputer could improve health care

    By Martin Ford, Published: September 16, 2011

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...-health-care/2011/09/14/gIQAOZQzXK_story.html
    Watson, the IBM supercomputer that defeated the world’s best “Jeopardy!” playersthis year, has found a job in medicine. It won’t be consulting with patients, but a version of the game-show champion could appear in examination rooms, offering assistance to flesh-and-blood physicians. But how soon might you see Dr. Watson? And could Dr. Watson be better than your doctor?
    I’ve worked in software development for more than 25 years — never for IBM — and was amazed by Watson’s ability to understand language, solve problems and present answers in the form of a question as Alex Trebek coolly looked on. While I don’t think most doctors need to worry about their jobs anytime soon, Watson-esque technology offers a powerful diagnostic tool that could bring dramatic benefits to health care. The prospect of a robotic caregiver might not seem comforting, but Watson’s first appointment will be a watershed moment. This is an app way beyond anything on an iPhone.
    Machine learning — the technology that makes Watson, well, Watson — lets software analyze historical data and generate rules that inform decision-making, even when tasks significantly vary. Watson could churn through millions of case histories to learn what diagnosis is likely to be correct and what treatment would be the most effective. The system could almost instantly process medical textbooks, electronic medical records and the latest published research, illuminating obscure links among studies in seemingly unrelated specialties. Watson could someday be a standard diagnostic tool. Its ability to make sense of a universe of data would be far beyond that of any person or team of experienced physicians.
    Watson could dazzle in the exam room. It could lead to greater consistency of care, giving every patient an exhaustive review of treatment options. It’s a good bet that this smart machine will evolve into a genuine Dr. Watson: a true diagnostic partner for physicians, offering not just a reference but a viable second opinion.
    More: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...-health-care/2011/09/14/gIQAOZQzXK_story.html

    What's the problem with this?
    1. Implantable RFID chips are said by everyone involved, including it's creators, to be for health reasons; and secondary, for emergencies (for instance, your child ...).
    2. IBM controls Applied Digital Solutions, the maker of VeriChip (http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=17627 all together, equals control).
    3. IBM has what can be considered “priors.” Major ones!

    IBM's history:



    Propaganda after 9/11:

    Look at how scripted that was! This was 2002.


    This was 2002.
    This, and others like it, was the prepping of the minds of Americans. Take note of the things that are said in this video.
    Most whites are going to fall for it, and if a black person believes the lies of 9/11, it is very likely they too will fall for this chip.

    The truth about September 11:
    http://www.destee.com/index.php?threads/how-can-a-nation-get-played-so-badly.67916/

    More on 9/11:
    http://www.destee.com/index.php?threads/9-11-an-inside-job-or-not.29888/page-12#post-703232

    http://www.destee.com/index.php?threads/9-11-an-inside-job-or-not.29888/page-13#post-703416

    http://www.destee.com/index.php?threads/9-11-an-inside-job-or-not.29888/page-14#post-703440

    More on the chip:

    Healthcare is the veil!
    *Did you hear what was said starting @4:14
    I wonder if the new movie "Contagion" contains any hints, or is just 100% fear mongering.
    It may indeed be voluntary; they only have to scare people into getting it. Most people don't even know that that this past Swine Flu scare was intentional: http://howmanyknow.com/2010/11/vaccinate-against-lies/. It was most likely a test run.


    I don't know what this is, but this is exactly what the creators of the chip said the chips will be able to do and why we would benefit.

    IBM's history and the Verichip, a must see (uploaded 2009):
    One Mainframe To Rule Them All (1of5)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVWNlvI-eB4
    --Census
    --IBM and Nazi Germany

    One Mainframe To Rule Them All (2of5)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rfv6WJ_h3rM
    --IBM and Nazi Germany
    --The barcode
    --RFID

    One Mainframe To Rule Them All (3of5)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5k8R4AgQXU
    --The IBM/VeriChip connection
    --IBM patent on tracking humans
    --How tracking works
    --Satelites and the chip

    One Mainframe To Rule Them All (4of5)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjAbzghMioc
    --Raytheon connection
    --This is IBM's supercomputer

    Maybe people don't understand or know that the same families and groups who created, financed and supplied Nazi Germany are the same families and groups who control the US. Just watch MAAFA 21 and/or TerrorStorm and you'll see what I mean. So, to think that it can't happen here is not intelligent.

    Lindsey Williams - The Elite Speak - DVD 1 Part 8 - Jan/Feb 2010 (To Seduce a Nation)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLqJtwqIfCQ
    Watch: 4:27 – 8:00
    --Through healthcare!
    --It may be that the VeriChip is a decoy for nano-chips placed in vaccines, which people will want to get when an outbreak occurrs. This may even be the back-up plan.

    Step by step, slowly, they implement pieces of the machine/their creation; later they piece the machine/their creation together. Individually, these pieces seem harmless, but when combined …. And when they're combined it will look like chance, instead of planned.
    *This combining of seemingly unrelated things is similar to how they get everyone to link their online accounts, such as email with social networks. Once enough is linked, they can simply feed that, along with internet searches and sites you visited, into a super-computer, and they'll have a full profile on you. If they don't already. That's too easy. Think not? Just what does Google own and control.

    --Here's a collection of articles that could offer more info (I skimmed through them, I haven't read through them yet):
    http://loveforlife.com.au/node/6852
    http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/End of the World/barcode_implants.htm

    Some time after the dollar dies, all money will probably be on the chip. You've heard the creators of the chip say on the clips above: "financial implications." Another source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nD7dbkkBIA
     
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    Can you explain the link between a remarkable achievement in A.I (Watson) and implantable medical information? When Watson was on Jeopardy, none of the contests were required to wear bar codes or implants to participate in the game.
     
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    will there be an IPHONE app?
     
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    That's all explained in the information (text and videos).
    Your answer is even in the article:
    While I don’t think most doctors need to worry about their jobs anytime soon, Watson-esque technology offers a powerful diagnostic tool that could bring dramatic benefits to health care. The prospect of a robotic caregiver might not seem comforting, but Watson’s first appointment will be a watershed moment. This is an app way beyond anything on an iPhone.
    Machine learning — the technology that makes Watson, well, Watson — lets software analyze historical data and generate rules that inform decision-making, even when tasks significantly vary. Watson could churn through millions of case histories to learn what diagnosis is likely to be correct and what treatment would be the most effective. The system could almost instantly process medical textbooks, electronic medical records and the latest published research, illuminating obscure links among studies in seemingly unrelated specialties. Watson could someday be a standard diagnostic tool. Its ability to make sense of a universe of data would be far beyond that of any person or team of experienced physicians.
    Watson could dazzle in the exam room. It could lead to greater consistency of care, giving every patient an exhaustive review of treatment options. It’s a good bet that this smart machine will evolve into a genuine Dr. Watson: a true diagnostic partner for physicians, offering not just a reference but a viable second opinion.
     
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    There probably will be.
     
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    This article doesn't seem to imply that the information will be coming from Verichips. There's a huge effort currently going underway to digitize medical records to reduce errors and costs. This doesn't require a chip, so what prevents the application of artificial intelligence or machine learning to this data?
     
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    RFID Can Help In Containing Swine Flu
    RFID technology which has been traditionally used to track assets in a supply chain, can also be effectively employed to track and contain diseases
    By Srikanth RP, InformationWeek, September 29, 2009 http://www.informationweek.in/Pharma/09-09-29/RFID_Can_Help_In_Containing_Swine_Flu.aspx

    'Chip on the shoulder' medication reminder
    Patients could soon be reminded when to take their medication by a “chip on their shoulder”.
    By Kate Devlin, Medical Correspondent
    5:51PM BST 22 Sep 2009 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/6219844/Chip-on-the-shoulder-medication-reminder.html

    Big Brother in a Little Pill
    Linda von Wartburg
    Oct 3, 2009 http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2009/10/03/6391/big-brother-in-a-little-pill-/?isComment=1





    Healthcare bill to put embedded chips in everyone?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ots4zUQZg8

    Must Watch! Obama Care RFID Microchip!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJI01b8ir_4

    RFID Healthcare bill
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0vJfD-pqMw

    NBC Prediction That We Will All Have an RFID Chip Under Our Skin by 2017
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YJsxMcAJoA

    No Chip No Work?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VZW78eEY_g


    --FYI: In the book of Revelation, the mark is not forced, that's the common interpretation. Check the root meaning of the words using a Bible dictionary and you'll see that it's voluntary, but people are pressured to take.



     
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    Take the entire population of America. Now, have them engage in the use of different types of social networking -- information sharing -- for a certain amount of time. Just like that ... you've made them much more willing to share what used to guarded, sensitive information.

    Take a device which stores and is able to share people's personal information. Introduce this device to the American population before the time of social networking, how many would be ok with it/accept it/engage in it? Now, introduce that same device after prolonged, widespread use of social networking.

    Incremental. Slow steps are used in plots to avoid detection and give the appearance of "natural occurrence." (With that, "tokens" are always used to further the appearance of "natural occurrence." By "tokens" I mean exceptions. It's almost never all of anything/anybody, exceptions are allowed to exist.)
     
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    How many people do you see sharing traditionally guarded information on social networks? My feeds aren't full of social security numbers, credit card numbers, and combinations to the family safe.

    I've read a few of the pretty well written articles and a lot of them don't add to the argument you're trying to make.One article even stays that RFID chips would be used through wrist bands while patients and healthcare professionals are on-site to prevent infections (a problem in community and professional care sites).

    All of the videos are light on references and content and make arguments that are full of fallacies and conjecture. I haven't been convinced that any of them actually understand technology. The only common them here is that in multiple parts of the thread things always snake their way back to Christian mythology. Some of the videos explicitly point to known conspiratards and huckster organizations (example jtf.org -- stop by and have a read on some of the threads).

    Meanwhile there's a very real threat that gets ignored for cloak and dagger fantasy. Congress right now is trying to pass an IP Bill that will effectly end privacy and net neutrality in one swoop. However, you won't hear a word about it in these conspiracy threads (http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/...d-internet-censorship-bill-makes-it-worse.ars).
     
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    -- Don't have to. All that matters is that the info being shared was once guarded, sensitive, and not freely shared. Steps in the opposite direction have been taken, which in this case would be steps toward it being ok to share once guarded ... information. These steps would even make people more willing to share ssns, ccns, and combos (because of how the mind works). People have been changed. For a fact, social networking has had an effect which would/will directly alter people's reaction to the introduction of the type of device mentioned in this thread. Social engineering has always been a common practice in this country (unknown to most).
    -- My feeds aren't either, but they are filled with other info which should be kept private, and once was kept private. To the right observer, the provided info can be used for the similar purposes ssns, ccns, and combos would be: know and steal identity; make money; and know a family's deepest secretes.

    My argument, in part, was RFID through the healthcare system, so even what you site (the wrist bands) supports it.

    ??? Look at how many of the videos are from the news and companies involved! Wow. You are deceiving.

    Lol. I must be blind because I don't see that. Actually, the biblical references were just in addition .... You can disregard that "mythology" if you want and just take the rest. It doesn't change a thing.

    ???

    Which conspiracy threads, the one's on Destee or somewhere else? The attack on the net is something that was first brought up on "conspiracy sites." I've been somewhat following this attack on the net for many months now.
     
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