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Microchip Implants:
Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?

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Introduction

(1)“Advanced Literature: Vaccines,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(2)“Do Vaccines Cause Cancer?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, January 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(3)“Are We Over-Vaccinating?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, March 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(4)“Why Are We Over-Vaccinating?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, May 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(5)“Preventing Adverse Vaccine Events” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, July 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(6)“Syringe-Implantable Identification Transponder,” United States Patent #5,211,129, 18 May 1993 -- patft.uspto.gov

(7)American Veterinary Identification Devices (AVID) -- www.avidid.com/

(8)Biomark Electronic Identification -- www.biomark.com

(9)Digital Angel Microchip Implants -- www.digitalangel.com

(10)Home Again Microchip Implants -- public.homeagain.com

(11)Microchip ID™ -- www.microchipidsystems.com

(12)“Microchips Required for Adopted Animals: L.A. requires electronic implants for pets leaving shelters” by JoAnn Kohlbrand, WorldNetDaily.com, 07 August 2000 -- www.wnd.com

(13)Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ preliminary approval for mandatory microchipping of dogs, 18 April 2006 -- www.laanimalservices.com

(14)“Dog Bleeds to Death After 'Routine' Microchip Implant Procedure,” 03 February 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(15)“Database Backlog Could Delay Tracking of Stray Pets” by Mike DiSerio, KFOX News, 14 September 2007 -- www.kfoxtv.com

(16)“Cedar Hill Microchip Rule Aims to Reduce Lost Pets” by Elizabeth Langton, The Dallas Morning News, 06 October 2007 -- www.dallasnews.com

(17)“Colorado to Require Microchip Implants in Dangerous Dogs” by Nick Summers, USA Today, 30 June 2004 -- www.usatoday.com

(18)“Session Laws of Colorado 2004 Second Regular Session, 64th General Assembly: Concerning the regulation of dangerous dogs, and making an appropriation therefor” -- www.state.co.us

(19)“Military Enforces ‘Semper Fido’ with Microchips” by Raquel Rutledge, Special to The Christian Science Monitor, 15 August 2002 -- www.csmonitor.com

(20)“21st Century Pets… The future of pet identification has arrived, and not only has it become a reality, it may soon become mandatory…” by Spc. Neil C. Jones -- www.mcpherson.army.mil

(21) “Govt Introduces Compulsory Microchipping for Pets,” Australia Broadcasting Corporation, 11 November 2008 -- www.abc.net.au

(22)“New Horse Identification Rules from 1 July 2009,” Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), 12 June 2009 -- www.defra.gov.uk

(23)“Equine Passports,” The British Show Jumping Association -- www.bsja.co.uk

(24)“Family Dog Registration Begins in Earnest: Dog owners in Bangkok will have to register their pets with the authorities in the next few months or risk a fine of Bt5,000 and the loss of their four-legged friend” by Jeerawan Prasomsap and Mayuree Sukyingcharoenwong, The Nation, 25 September 2007 -- nationmultimedia.com

(25)“Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Jeerawat Na Thalang, The Nation, 13 October 2007 -- www.nationmultimedia.com

(26)“China Uses Chips in Dog Crackdown,” BBC News, 03 May 2007 -- news.bbc.co.uk

(27)Japan: Animal Quarantine Service (AQS) -- www.maff.go.jp

(28)“Traveling with Pets,” Misawa Air Base -- www.misawa.af.mi

(29)“Portuguese Government Orders Implantable RFID Microchip for Mandatory Dog Identification Project,” RFID News, 23 July 2004 -- www.rfidnews.org

(30)Spain: Mandatory microchipping of pets -- www.aahvet.com

(31)Singapore: Mandatory microchipping of dogs -- www.singaporeexpats.com

(32)Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004 -- www.sec.gov

(33)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004 -- www.fda.gov

(34)“FDA Clears VeriChip™ for Medical Applications in the United States,” VeriChip Corporation,” 13 October 2004 -- Prasomsap/ -- /www.4verichip.com

(35)“Feds Approve Human RFID Implants: Solution desperately seeking a problem” by Thomas C. Greene, The Register, 14 October 2004 -- www.theregister.co.uk

(36)“Satellite Coordinates for Live VeriChip Press Conference and Video News Release, May 10, 2002: Video of Jacobs family first-ever 'chipping' procedure available on satellite,” Applied Digital Solutions, 09 May 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(37)“First People Injected with ID Chips, Sales Drive Kicks Off” by John Lettice, The Register, 10 June 2002 -- www.theregister.co.uk

(38)Video: “RFID VeriChip Story on CBS 46” -- www.youtube.com

(39)Radio: John Centola, Atlanta firefighter interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, Uncovering the Truth, 05 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com

(40) “RFID: Every Step You Take … They’ll Be Watching You” by Todd Lewan, 30 July 2007 -- rinf.com

(41)“Technology Gets Under Clubbers’ Skin” by Chetna Purohit, CNN International, 09 June 2004 -- edition.cnn.com

(42)“Microchip to Allow Wallet-Free Drinking” by Auslan Cramb, Telegraph.co.uk, 17 January 2005 -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(43)“18 Diabetic Patients Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Atlanta Diabetes EXPO,” 13 March 2007 -- www.medicalnewstoday.com

(44)“Chips Spark Ethics Concerns” by Emily Berry, Chattanooga Times Free Press, 04 November 2005 -- www.pawaitinglistcampaign.org

(45)“Alzheimer’s Care Center to Carry Out VeriChip Pilot” by Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal, 25 May 2007 -- www.rfidjournal.com/article

(46)“Chipping at the Future: Professor Feels Himself Become Closer to the Machine” by Lucrezia Cuen, ABCNews.com, 23 September 1998 -- web.archive.org/ -- /http://more.abcnews.go.com

(47)“New Body Art: Chip Implants” by Julia Scheeres, Wired, 11 March 2002 -- www.wired.com

(48)“Getting Under Your Skin?: The development of implantable chip technology” -- www.harmlesswise.com

(49)“Why Advocates and Lawmakers are Concerned about Involuntary Microchipping,” AntiChips.com -- antichips.com

(50) “Personal Tracking and Recovery System,” United States Patent #5,629,678, 13 May 1997 -- patft.uspto.gov

(51)“Intra-Oral Tracking Device,” United States Patent #5,760,692, 02 June 1998 -- patft.uspto.gov

(52)“Method and Apparatus for Sensing and Transmitting a Body Characteristic of a Host,” United States Patent #7,015,826, 21 March 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(53)“Identification and Tracking of Persons Using RFID-Tagged Items in Store Environments,” United States Patent #7,076,441, 11 July 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(54)“Embedded Bio-Sensor System,” United States Patent #7,125,382, 24 October 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(55)Book: 1984 by George Orwell, 1949, ISBN 0-451-52493-4 -- www.george-orwell.org


Warning: Microchip Implants Cause Cancer

(1)“Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(2)“Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices” by Elcock LE, Stuart BP, Wahle BS, Hoss HE, Crabb K, Millard DM, Mueller RE, Hastings TF, Lake SG. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2001 Feb; 52(6): page 483 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(3)Personal communication with one of Léon’s veterinarians, 2004.

(4)Personal communication with one of the authors of “Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices,” 2004.

(5)“Liposarcoma at the Site of an Implanted Microchip in a Dog” by Vascellari M, Mutinelli F, Cossettini R, Altinier E. The Veterinary Journal. 2004 Sept; 168(2): 188-190 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(6)“Pets,” Digital Angel Corporation – Note: Merial’s “Indexel®” microchip implants are provided by Digital Angel Corporation. -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangelcorp.com

(7)Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Sales, Marketing and Distribution,” page 13. -- www.sec.gov

(8)An excerpt of a letter to Merial regarding Léon’s case is available at: “Reporting Léon's Adverse Reaction - Lingering Questions” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, August 2007. -- www.noble-leon.com

(9) “Correspondence To Merial Regarding Léon’s Fibrosarcoma” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, 03 September 2004 -- www.noble-leon.com

(10)“Pets,” Digital Angel Corporation – Note: Schering-Plough’s “Home Again®” microchip implants are provided by Digital Angel Corporation. -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangelcorp.com

(11)Personal communication with two representatives of Schering-Plough regarding microchip implants, 2004.

(12)Veterinary Information Network (VIN) - Discussion by Dr. Kaye Fuller, DVM (11/24/2003) and Dr. Phil Bergman, DVM (11/25/2003) regarding “fibrosarcomas around microchips.” -- www.vin.com (Subscription necessary to access original discussion page) -- www.vin.com

(13)“Fibrosarcoma Adjacent to the Site of Microchip Implantation in a Cat” by Daly MK, Saba CF, Crochik SS, Howerth EW, Kosarek CE, Cornell KK, Roberts RE, Northrup NC. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery. 2008 April; 10(2): 202–205 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(14)“Microchip-Associated Leiomyosarcoma in an Egyptian Fruit Bat (Rousettus Aegyptiacus)” by Siegal-Willott J, Heard D, Sliess N, Naydan D, Roberts J. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 2007 June; 38(2): 352–356 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(15)“Implanted Microchips Cause Cancer” by Jane Williams -- www.philadelphiadogtraining.org

(16)Ibid.

(17)“Declaration of Dr. Melvin Massey, DVM,” Dr. M. Massey, 09 May 2008 -- www.ftcldf.org

(18)“Implanted Microchips Cause Cancer” by Jane Williams.

(19)“Iatrogenic,” West Lancaster Animal Hospital (WLAH), Summer 1999 -- www.petresource.com

(20)“Fibrosarcoma with Typical Features of Postinjection Sarcoma at Site of Microchip Implant in a Dog: Histologic and Immunohistochemical Study” by Vascellari M, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Pathology. 2006 July; 43(4): 545-548 -- www.vetpathology.org

(21)Canine Health Concern -- www.canine-health-concern.org.uk

(22)DogsAdverseReactions.com: Memorial page for Léon the French Bulldog -- www.dogsadversereactions.com

(23)“Reporting Léon's Adverse Reaction - Lingering Questions” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, August 2007 -- www.noble-leon.com

(24)Radio: Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, Uncovering the Truth, 03 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com (Hour 1); mp3.wtprn.com (Hour 2)

(25)Radio: Kim Fettig, CBS investigative reporter, interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, Uncovering the Truth, 05 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com


Exposed: Microchip-Cancer Risk Receives International Media Coverage

(1)Quotation: Mark Twain -- www.quotationspage.com

(2)Book: Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Purchase and Watch Your Every Move by Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre, 2006, ISBN 1-5955-5020-8 (hc.), ISBN 0-452-28766-9 (pbk.) -- www.spychips.com

(3)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(4)Ibid.

(5)Ibid.

(6)Ibid.

(7)Ibid.

(8)Ibid.

(9)Ibid.

(10)Ibid.

(11)Ibid.


Controversy Surrounds Microchip Implant Technology

(1)Please note: The author has attempted to reference the correct company name – Applied Digital Solutions, Inc., Digital Angel Corporation, and VeriChip Corporation – as it pertains to the time-frame discussed. However, as the companies have changed their names and/or their relationship with one another, an unintentional mistake may have occurred.

(2)PositiveId Corporation: Scott R. Silverman, Executive Profile -- investing.businessweek.com

(3)“Digital Angel Patent,” Applied Digital Solutions -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangel.net

(4)“What is Digital Angel?” Applied Digital Solutions -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangel.net

(5)Ibid.

(6)“Applied Digital Solutions Acquires Rights to World’s First Digital Device -- Implantable in Humans - With Applications in E-Business to Business Security, Health Care and Criminal Justice,” Applied Digital Solutions, 15 December 1999 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangel.net

(7)List of articles by WorldNetDaily.com regarding microchip implants -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(8)“Implantable-Chip Company Attacks WND: Digital Angel accusations come as Whistleblower report published” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 02 April 2002 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(9)Ibid.

(10)“Post-9/11 Security Fears Usher in Subdermal Chips: VeriChip recipients can be ID’d, monitored anywhere in the world” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNet Daily.com, 04 February 2002 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(11)“To Accommodate Overwhelming Demand for Invitations, Applied Digital Solutions Announces a Change in the Date and Location of its Digital Angel Demonstration in New York City,” Applied Digital Solutions, 22 September 2000 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangel.net

(12)“Secretary of Commerce, Norman Y. Mineta, to Attend October 30th Digital Angel™ Event in New York City,” Applied Digital Solutions, 19 October 2000 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangel.net

(13)“Implantable-Chip Company Attacks WND: Digital Angel accusations come as Whistleblower report published” by Sherrie Gossett.

(14)“'Digital Angel' Lands in China: Will implantable tracking chips be used by totalitarian government?” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 28 March 2002 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(15)“Implantable-Chip Company Attacks WND: Digital Angel accusations come as Whistleblower report published” by Sherrie Gossett.

(16)“Digital Angel Corporation Forms Joint Venture to Manufacture, Market and Distribute Digital Angel Product in Northeast Industrial Region of China,” Digital Angel Corporation, 14 August 2001 -- web.archive.org/ -- /digitalangel.net

(17)“Applied Digital Solutions Opens Research and Development/Engineering Facility in Shen Zhen,” Applied Digital Solutions, 11 January 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /adsx.com

(18)“Applied Digital Solutions Acquires Rights to World’s First Digital Device -- Implantable in Humans - With Applications in E-Business to Business Security, Health Care and Criminal Justice,” Applied Digital Solutions.

(19)“Applied Digital Solutions Hires Dr. Peter Zhou as Chief Scientist to Spearhead Development of Digital Angel™ Technology,” Applied Digital Solutions, 07 January 2000 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangel.net

(20)“Applied Digital Solutions to Accelerate Development of a Subdermal GPS 'Personal Location Device' – Working Prototype Expected in Seven Months,” Applied Digital Solutions, 26 April 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(21)Video: “The Implantable Chip” -- www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com

(22)“Applied Digital Shares Nose Dive on Heavy Volume” by Ed Duggan, South Florida Business Journal, 22 June 2001 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(23)“Implantable-Chip Company Attacks WND: Digital Angel accusations come as Whistleblower report published” by Sherrie Gossett.

(24)“Applied to Reuters: you’re wrong” by South Florida Business Journal, 20 November 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com


Financial Instability of Microchip Companies

(1)“A Fowl List Indeed for Businesses: Just stick a fork in our 2001 Turkeys of the Year,” South Florida Business Journal, 16 November 2001-- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(2)Ibid.

(3)Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007 -- www.sec.gov

(4)Digital Angel Corporation: Annual Reports/Filings and Compliance Reports -- www.digitalangel.com or www.sec.gov

(5)VeriChip Corporation: SEC Filings -- www.verichipcorp.com or www.sec.gov

(6)“Applied Creates 'Subdermal GPS' Prototype,” South Florida Business Journal, 13 May 2003 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(7)“Applied Digital Solutions Completes Far-Reaching Corporate Restructuring with Sale or Closure of 27 Business Units,” Applied Digital Solutions, 19 February 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(8)“Applied Digital Names New Execs,” South Florida Business Journal, 06 March 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(9)“Applied Digital Solutions Issues a Statement Regarding the Recently Filed Shareholder Lawsuits,” Applied Digital Solutions, 10 June 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(10)“Applied to Sue; sixth suit filed against it,” South Florida Business Journal, 25 June 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(11)“Applied Digital Settles Suit for $2.1M,” South Florida Business Journal, 04 October 2007 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(12)“Lawsuits Plague Chip-Implant Company: Digital Angel, VeriChip manufacturer mired in controversy” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 11 June 2002 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(13)“Applied Digital Exec Selling,” South Florida Business Journal, 04 January 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(14)“Applied: Auditor $14M in the wrong,” South Florida Business Journal, 15 May 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(15)“Digital Angel Corp.’s Auditor Resigns in Dispute with Applied Digital Solutions, its Majority Owner,” Digital Angel Corporation, 16 May 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /digitalangel.net

(16)“Sullivan out at Applied Digital,” South Florida Business Journal, 27 March 2003 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(17)“Nasdaq Threatens to Delist Applied,” South Florida Business Journal, 22 May 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(18)“Applied Digital Solutions President Issues Statement Regarding the NASDAQ Trading Halt on ADSX,” Applied Digital Solutions, 17 May 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(19)“Applied Digital Solutions’ President Comments on the Company’s Delisting from NASDAQ-NMS and the Management Team’s Continued Commitment to the Company’s Future,” Applied Digital Solutions, 15 July 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(20)“Applied Digital Gets Warning from NASDAQ,” South Florida Business Journal, 10 December 2007 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(21)“Scannable Humans Complicate Ideas of Privacy” by Kris Hundley, St. Petersburg Times, 28 November 2004 -- www.sptimes.com

(22)“Implantable-Chip Firm Misses Final Deadline: Controversial company files suit accusing creditor of fraud, conspiracy,” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 07 March 2003 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(23)Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.: Form 8-K as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, 28 February 2003 -- www.sec.gov

(24)“Sullivan out at Applied Digital,” South Florida Business Journal.

(25)“Applied Digital Gets Reprieve from Creditor: CEO of implantable-chip firm retires with $10 million package” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 28 March 2003 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(26)“Fifth Suit Filed Against Applied,” South Florida Business Journal, 24 June 2002 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(27)Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Risk Factors,” page 31. -- www.sec.go

(28)Digital Angel Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2008. See “Risk Factors,” page 11. -- www.sec.gov

(29)VeriChip Corporation: Amendment No. 7 to Form S-1 Registration Statement as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission on February 09, 2007. See “Risk Factors,” page 11. -- www.sec.gov

(30)Ibid., page 12.

(31)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2008. See “Recent Events: Continued Listing on Nasdaq’s Stock Market,” page 5. --
www.sec.gov

(32)“Post-9/11 Security Fears Usher in Subdermal Chips: VeriChip recipients can be ID’d, monitored anywhere in the world” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNet Daily.com, 04 February 2002 -- www.worldnetdaily.com


Microchip Company Leads Public to Believe that FDA Does Not Consider VeriChip Implant to be Registered Medical Device

(1)“VeriChip Says Microchips Safe,” South Florida Business Journal, 11 September 2007 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(2)“VeriChip Shares Plummet 14%: Stock suffers worst hit after report links RFID chips to cancer” by Bert Hill, The Ottawa Citizen, 11 September 2007 -- www2.canada.com

(3)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(4)“Applied Digital Solutions Introduces VeriChip™, a Miniaturized, Implantable Identification Device with a Variety of Medical, Security and Emergency Applications,” Applied Digital Solutions, 19 December 2001 -- web.archive.org/ -- /adsx.com

(5)“VeriChip™ Receives Favorable FDA Guidance – Sales, Marketing and Distribution of VeriChip to Begin in the United States,” Applied Digital Solutions, 04 April 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(6)“Satellite Coordinates for Live VeriChip Press Conference and Video News Release, May 10, 2002: Video of Jacobs family first ever 'chipping' procedure available on satellite,” Applied Digital Solutions, 09 May 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(7)“FDA Launches Investigation into VeriChip” by Jim Goldman, Tech Live Silicon Valley, 16 May 2002 -- g4tv.coml

(8)Ibid.

(9)Ibid.

(10)Ibid.

(11)Ibid.

(12)“Applied Digital Solutions President Issues Statement Regarding the Nasdaq Trading Halt on ADSX,” Applied Digital Solutions, 17 May 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com/

(13)“Washington, D.C.-Area Authorized Distribution Center Established for VeriChip™ Subdermal Personal Verification Microchip,” Applied Digital Solutions, 17 September 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com


Microchip Company Recruits Government Muscle

(1)“VeriChip Corporation Appoints Former Secretary of Health & Human Services and Former Governor of Wisconsin Tommy G. Thompson to Its Board of Directors,” VeriChip Corporation, 07 July 2005 -- www.whale.to

(2)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(3)“Bio-Chip Featured at Government Health Showcase: Syringe-injectable device 1 of 20 top innovative health technologies chosen by HHS,” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 29 April 2004 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(4)“The Revolving Door between Government and Industry Is Hurting the Country” by Danielle Brian, Google News, 11 September 2007.

(5)“VeriChip Corporation Appoints Former Secretary of Health & Human Services and Former Governor of Wisconsin Tommy G. Thompson to its Board of Directors,” VeriChip Corporation.

(6)Ibid.

(7)“Transcript of Interview with Tommy Thompson,
Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services,” Tommy Thompson interviewed by Ed Crane of CBS MarketWatch TV & Radio, 11 July 2005 -- www.spychips.com

(8)Ibid.

(9)Ibid.

(10)Ibid.

(11)“Hold Off on that Chip, Says Thompson: Ex-Bush Cabinet officer in no rush for implant,” WorldNetDaily.com, 12 December 2005 -- www.wnd.com

(12)Ibid.

(13)Ibid.

(14)Ibid.

(15)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan.


FDA Approval Process of VeriChip Microchip Implant

(1)Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004 -- www.sec.gov

(2)“ID Chip’s Controversial Approval” by Julia Scheeres, Wired, 23 October 2002 -- www.wired.com

(3)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(4)Ibid.

(5)Ibid.

(6)“Are Microchip Tags Safe?” by Siobhan Morrissey, TIME, 18 October 2007 -- www.time.com

(7)Ibid.

(8)PositiveId Corporation: Scott R. Silverman, Executive Profile -- investing.businessweek.com

(9)“Subcutaneous Soft Tissue Tumours at the Site of Implanted Microchips in Mice” by Tillmann T, Kamino K, Dasenbrock C, Ernst H, Kohler M, Morawietz G, Campo E, Cardesa A, Tomatis L, Mohr U. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 1997 August; 49(3-4): page 200 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(10)“Microchip Implants: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 03 June 2008, page 17 -- www.antichips.com

(11)“Transponder-Induced Sarcoma in the Heterozygous p53+/- Mouse” by Blanchard KT, Barthel C, French JE, Holden HE, Moretz R, Pack FD, Tennant RW, Stoll RE. Toxicologic Pathology. 1999 Sept.-Oct; 27(5): 519-527 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or tpx.sagepub.com (Full Text)

(12)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan.

(13)“Foreign-Body Tumorigenesis: Sarcomas Induced in Mice by Subcutaneously Implanted Transponders” by Johnson KA. Veterinary Pathology. 1996; 33:5 -- www.antichips.com

(14)Ibid.

(15)“Tissue Reactions to Microchip Implantation in Laboratory Animals and Pets,” Destron Fearing, September 2007 -- www.digitalangel.com

(16)“Are Microchip Tags Safe?” by Siobhan Morrissey.

(17)“Tissue Reaction to an Implantable Identification Device in Mice” by Rao GN, Edmondson J. Toxicologic Pathology. 1990; 18(3): page 412 -- www.antichips.com

(18)Labtrac: USA and United Kingdom -- www.avidid.com

(19)“Microchip Implants: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., page 12.

(20)“VeriChip™ Receives Favorable FDA Guidance – Sales, Marketing and Distribution of VeriChip to Begin in the United States,” Applied Digital Solutions, 04 April 2002 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com

(21)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan.

(22) Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004.

(23)“Are Microchip Tags Safe?” by Siobhan Morrissey.

(24)“Myths About Implantable Chips” by Scott Silverman, BusinessWeek, 30 January 2008 -- www.businessweek.com


Scott Silverman’s “Myths” About Microchip Implants

(1)“Myths About Implantable Chips” by Scott Silverman, BusinessWeek, 30 January 2008 -- www.businessweek.com

(2)“Microchip Implants: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 03 June 2008, page 13 -- www.antichips.com

(3)“Fibrosarcomas Associated with Passive Integrated Transponder Implants” by Palmer TE, Nold J, Palazzolo M, Ryan T, 1998 -- www.antichips.com

(4)“Myths About Implantable Chips” by Scott Silverman.

(5)“Fibrosarcomas Associated with Passive Integrated Transponder Implants” by Palmer TE, Nold J, Palazzolo M, Ryan T.

(6)“Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices” by Elcock LE, Stuart BP, Wahle BS, Hoss HE, Crabb K, Millard DM, Mueller RE, Hastings TF, Lake SG. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2001 Feb; 52(6): page 488 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(7)“Subcutaneous Microchip-Associated Tumours in B6C3F1 Mice: A Retrospective Study to Attempt to Determine Their Histogenesis” by Le Calvez S, Perron-Lepage MF, Burnett R. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2006 March; 57(4): page 258 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(8)“Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices” by Elcock LE, Stuart BP, Wahle BS, Hoss HE, Crabb K, Millard DM, Mueller RE, Hastings TF, Lake SG. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2001 Feb; 52(6): page 488.

(9)“Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(10)“Microchip Report 2003,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(11)“Reporting Léon's Adverse Reaction - Lingering Questions” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, August 2007 -- www.noble-leon.com


Microchip Companies Attempt to Dismiss Microchip-Cancer Risk

(1) “VeriChip Corporation Comments on Associated Press Article,” VeriChip Corporation, 11 September 2007 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.verichipcorp.com

(2)“VeriChip Corporation Sets the Record Straight in Response to Unbalanced Press Reports,” Digital Angel Corporation, 11 September 2007 -- digitalangel.com

(3)“Tissue Reactions to Microchip Implantation in Laboratory Animals and Pets,” Destron Fearing, September 2007 -- www.digitalangel.com

(4)“Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 19 November 2007, pages 28-30 -- www.antichips.com

(5)“Tissue Reaction to an Implantable Identification Device in Mice” by Rao GN, Edmondson J. Toxicologic Pathology. 1990; 18(3): 412-416 -- www.antichips.com

(6)Ibid., page 413.

(7)Ibid., page 414.

(8)“VeriChip Corporation Comments on Associated Press Article,” VeriChip Corporation.

(9)“Liposarcoma at the Site of an Implanted Microchip in a Dog” by Vascellari M, Mutinelli F, Cossettini R, Altinier E. The Veterinary Journal. 2004 Sept; 168(2): page 188 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(10)“Fibrosarcoma with Typical Features of Postinjection Sarcoma at Site of Microchip Implant in a Dog: Histologic and Immunohistochemical Study” by Vascellari M, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Pathology. 2006 July; 43(4): page 545 -- www.vetpathology.org

(11)“Pets,” Digital Angel Corporation -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.digitalangelcorp.com

(12)Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Sales, Marketing and Distribution,” page 13. -- www.sec.gov

(13)“VeriChip Corporation Sets the Record Straight in Response to Unbalanced Press Reports,” Digital Angel Corporation.

(14)Personal correspondence with Dr. Marta Vascellari of the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale Delle Venezie, Italy, 2004.


FDA’s List of Potential Health Risks Associated with Microchip Implants

(1)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(2)Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004 -- www.sec.gov

(3)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004 -- www.fda.gov

(4)“FDA-Identified Potential Health Risks: Serious questions raised about VeriChip safety, data security,” AntiChips.com -- www.antichips.com

(5)“Radio Frequency ID Devices in Humans” presented by Robert M. Sade, MD, Chair, Report of the Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA), 2007, page 1 -- www.ama-assn.org

(6)American Medical Association (AMA): Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs -- www.ama-assn.org

(7)“Radio Frequency ID Devices in Humans” presented by Robert M. Sade, MD, Chair, Report of the Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA), 2007, page 2.

(8)Ibid., pages 2-3.

(9)Ibid, page 3.

(10)“AMA Issues Ethics Code for RFID Chip Implants” by Beth Bacheldor, RFID Journal, July 17, 2007 -- www.rfidjournal.com

(11)“The Use of RFID for Human Identification: A Draft Report from DHS Emerging Applications and Technology Subcommittee to the Full Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee,” page 2 -- www.dhs.gov

(12)“The Use of RFID for Human Identity Verification,” Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee to the Secretary and the Chief Privacy Officer of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), 06 December 2006 -- www.dhs.gov

(13)“Ethical Aspects of ICT Implants in the Human Body,” Opinion of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies to the European Commission, 16 March 2005, page 18 -- ec.europa.eu

(14)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com


A Closer Examination of the FDA’s List of Potential Health Risks Associated with Microchip Implants: Adverse Tissue Reaction & Migration of Implanted Microchip

(1)British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA): 1997 – 2000 Microchip Adverse Reaction Report -- www.noble-leon.com

(2)British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA): 1996 - 2007 Microchip Adverse Reaction Report -- noble-leon.com

(3)Description of patented BioBond® anti-migration cap for RFID microchip implant -- www.animal-id.com.au

(4)“Transponder-Induced Sarcoma in the Heterozygous p53+/- Mouse” by Blanchard KT, Barthel C, French JE, Holden HE, Moretz R, Pack FD, Tennant RW, Stoll RE. Toxicologic Pathology. 1999 Sept.-Oct; 27(5): page 524 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or tpx.sagepub.com (Full Text)

(5)Ibid., page 523.

(6)“Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 19 November 2007, page 32 -- www.antichips.com


Failure of Implanted Transponder & Potentially Lethal Implications

(1)“Tissue Reaction to an Implantable Identification Device in Mice” by Rao GN, Edmondson J. Toxicologic Pathology. 1990; 18(3): page 413 -- www.antichips.com

(2)Ibid., page 413.

(3)Ibid., page 413.

(4)Video: “Verichip Lying: Microchip Causing Cancer” -- www.youtube.com

(5)Radio: John Centola, Atlanta firefighter, interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, Uncovering the Truth, 05 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com

(6)“Microchip Implants: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 03 June 2008, page 23 -- www.antichips.com

(7)“Bite Put on PetNet for Misleading Consumers” by CBC News, 28 July 2004 -- www.cbc.ca

(8)“Microwave Technology: An End to the Human Race” by David Morrison, OpEdNews, 10 December 2008 -- www.opednews.com

(9)“Technological Problems Associated with Subcutaneous Microchips for Human Identification (SMHId)” by Silvia Covacio, June 2003 -- www.proceedings.informingscience.org

(10)“RFID Tags May be Implanted in Patients' Arms” by Michael Kanellos, CNET News.com, 28 July 2004 -- news.zdnet.co.uk

(11) “RFID: Every Step You Take … They’ll Be Watching You” by Todd Lewan, 30 July 2007 -- rinf.com

(12)“RFID Identification Is Only Skin Deep,” RFID Product News -- www.rfidproductnews.com

(13)“The Price to Pay for VIP Status” by Robyn Curnow, CNN, 06 October 2004 -- edition.cnn.com

(14)Video: Surgical extraction of a microchip implant from the arm of a gentleman (at approximately 14 minutes and 4 seconds into the video presentation). -- videos.next-up.org

(15)“The Problem of Failed Transponders,” World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) -- www.wsava.org


Failure of Electronic Scanner

(1)“Pet Microchip Companies Square Off in a Scientific 'Scan-Off'” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD, Dolittler.com, 12 January 2009 -- www.dolittler.com

(2)“Navigating the Microchip Maze” by Carrie Allan, AnimalSheltering.org, November-December 2003 -- www.animalsheltering.org

(3)“Microchip Technology -- Comparisons with the New Chip on the Block,” American Humane -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.americanhumane.org/

(4)“The Microchip Wars and How They Affect Your Pets’ Safety (Part 1: Accusations)” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD, Dolittler.com, 25 June 2007 -- www.dolittler.com

(5)“The Microchip Wars and How They Affect Your Pets’ Safety (Part 2: Microchip Technology)” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD, Dolittler.com, 27 June 2007 -- www.dolittler.com

(6)“The Microchip Wars and How They Affect Your Pets’ Safety (Part 3: Microchip Readers/Scanners)” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD, Dolittler.com, 01 July 2007 -- www.dolittler.com

(7)“Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices” by Elcock LE, Stuart BP, Wahle BS, Hoss HE, Crabb K, Millard DM, Mueller RE, Hastings TF, Lake SG. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2001 Feb; 52(6): page 484 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(8)“Pet’s Death Rekindles Electronic ID Debate” by R. Scott Nolen, JAVMA News, 01 July 2004 -- www.avma.org

(9)Ibid.

(10)“Pet Microchip Companies Square Off in a Scientific 'Scan-Off'” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD, Dolittler.com.

(11)Statement of Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President Avid Identification Systems, Inc. before the Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Docket No. APHIS-2006-0012, March 2006 -- www.amacausa.org

(12)Ibid., page 1.

(13)“Banfield Halts RFID Tagging” by Laurie Sullivan, InformationWeek, 31 July 2004 -- www.informationweek.com

(14)“AVID Wins Patent Infringement Suit Against Pethealth,” October 14, 2004 -- www.rfidnews.com

(15)“Microchip Melee Broaches Monopoly: Crystal Import demands $10 million from AVID, Digital Angel” by David Frabotta, DVM News Magazine, 01 April 2005 -- www.dvmnewsmagazine.com

(16)“Cat Fight Over Pet ID,” DailyWireless.org, 21 December 2004 -- www.dailywireless.org

(17)“Jury Awards $6 Million Plus in Avid Pet Microchip Trial” by IPFrontline, 06 June 2006 -- www.ipfrontline.com

(18)“Bite Put on PetNet for Misleading Consumers” by CBC News, 28 July 2004 -- www.cbc.ca

(19)Statement of Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President Avid Identification Systems, Inc. before the Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Docket No. APHIS-2006-0012, page 6.

(20)Animal Quarantine Service (AQS), Japan -- www.maff.go.jp

(21)Statement of Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President Avid Identification Systems, Inc. before the Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Docket No. APHIS-2006-0012, page iv.

(22)“Pet Microchip Companies Square Off in a Scientific 'Scan-Off'” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD.

(23)“Dog Back, but … Owner Still Mad Shelter Didn’t Scan Chip” by Ron Fonger, The Flint Journal, 20 December 2007.

(24)Ibid.

(25)Ibid.


Electromagnetic Interference with Microchip Implants and Scanning Devices

(1)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(2)“Oops! Did VeriChip Have a 'Senior Moment?'” SpyChips.com, 12 February 2007 -- www.spychips.com

(3)“Intro to VeriMed™: FAQ,” VeriChip Corporation -- www.verimedinfo.com/faq.asp

(4)“Intro to VeriMed: Get Started,” VeriChip Corporation -- www.verimedinfo.com

(5)“National Animal Identification System (NAIS),” United States Department of Agriculture (USDA): Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service -- animalid.aphis.usda.gov

(6)“Fighting to Stop the National Animal Identification System (NAIS)” -- libertyark.net/

(7)Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance -- www.farmandranchfreedom.org

(8)“Jolley: The Cart & The Horse – The Controversy Behind NAIS,” 13 March 2008 -- www.cattlenetwork.com

(9)“Why Many Massachusetts Organic Farmers and Consumers Oppose Mandatory Animal Tracking,” Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA/Mass) -- www.nofamass.org

(10)“Government Food Safety System a Sham” by Jason Mark, AlterNet, 25 January 2007 -- www.alternet.org

(11)Movie: “Food, Inc.” -- www.foodincmovie.com

(12)“Foot and Mouth,” Guardian.co.uk -- www.guardian.co.uk

(13)“US-French Global Company Was Licensed to Grow Virus” by Karen McVeigh, Guardian.co.uk, 06 August 2007 -- www.guardian.co.uk

(14)“Threat of Legal Action Against the Government Over Foot-and-Mouth” by Alastair Jamieson, The Scotsman, 08 September 2007 -- business.scotsman.com

(15)Merial Animal Health -- uk.merial.com

(16)“Memorandum from the Institute for Animal Health” -- www.publications.parliament.uk

(17)“Faulty Drainage Likely Cause of Foot and Mouth Outbreak in England” by Christian Nordqvist, Medical News Today, September 08, 2007 -- www.medicalnewstoday.com

(18)“U-Turn Over 'Foot and Mouth' Lab” by David Adam, The Observer, 22 February 2009 -- www.guardian.co.uk

(19)“Human Error May Have Led to Outbreak” by Patrick Wintour and John Vidal, Guardian.co.uk, 06 August 2007 -- www.guardian.co.uk

(20)“Farmers Sue for Damages in Pirbright Foot-and-Mouth Outbreak” by Angela Balakrishnan and agencies, Guardian.co.uk, 17 October 2008 -- www.guardian.co.uk

(21) “Foot and Mouth Outbreak Scientists Blame Defra” by James Sturcke, Guardian.co.uk, 14 December 2007 -- www.guardian.co.uk


Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Incompatibility with Microchip Implant Technology

(1)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004, page 6 -- www.fda.gov

(2)“A Primer on Medical Device Interactions with Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration -- www.fda.gov

(3)Ibid.

(4)“Intro to VeriMed™: FAQ,” VeriChip Corporation -- www.verimedinfo.com

(5)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(6)“Patients: For Patients, Caregivers and Loved Ones,” VeriChip Corporation -- www.verimedinfo.com

(7)“FDA-Identified Potential Health Risks: Serious Questions Raised About VeriChip Safety, Data Security,” AntiChips.com -- www.antichips.com

(8)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com.

(9)“Intro to VeriMed™: FAQ,” VeriChip Corporation.

(10)Ibid.

(11)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “The VeriMed System and Other Applications for Our Implantable Microchip: Healthcare Application,” page 15. -- www.sec.gov

(12)“VeriChip Corporation and Alzheimer’s Community Care Officially Launch VeriMed Patient Identification Project on August 28,” Business Wire, 27 August 2007 -- findarticles.com

(13)“Interfaith Vigil to Protest VeriChipping of Alzheimer’s Patients,” AntiChips.com, May 08, 2007 -- www.antichips.com

(14)“Do Chip Implants Protect or Violate Privacy?: Care Facility Will Electronically Tag Alzheimer’s Patients Despite Protests” by Joseph Brownstein, ABC News Medical Unit, 18 May 2007 -- abcnews.go.com

(15)“Plan to 'Chip' Alzheimer’s Patients Causes Protest” by Celeste Biever, New Scientist, May 19, 2007 -- www.newscientist.com

(16)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com.

(17)“FDA-Identified Potential Health Risks: Serious Questions Raised About VeriChip Safety, Data Security,” AntiChips.com.


Microchip Implant Technology May Result in Compromised Information Security

(1)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004, page 4 -- www.fda.gov

(2)Ibid., page 4.

(3)“Intro to VeriMed™: FAQ,” VeriChip Corporation -- www.verimedinfo.com

(4)“Myths About Implantable Chips” by Scott Silverman, BusinessWeek, 30 January 2008 -- www.businessweek.com

(5)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, page 4.

(6)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2008. See “Our Health Link System,” page 7. -- www.sec.gov

(7)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, page 4.

(8)“Patients: For Patients, Caregivers and Loved Ones,” VeriChip Corporation -- www.verimedinfo.com

(9)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2008. See “Risks Related to Our VeriMed Health Link Business Which Utilizes the Implantable Microchip,” page 18. -- www.sec.gov

(10)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, page 4.

(11)Ibid., page 4.

(12)“Demo: Cloning a Verichip” by Jonathan Westhues -- cq.cx

(13)“Demo: Cloning a Verichip Yourself” by Jonathan Westhues -- cq.cx

(14)“The Microchip Question - NAIS & Horse Identification” by Heather Smith Thomas -- www.equinechronicle.com

(15)“What is NAIS? – Technology Issues,” Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance -- farmandranchfreedom.org

(16)“The Microchip Question - NAIS & Horse Identification” by Heather Smith Thomas -- www.equinechronicle.com

(17)Ibid.

(18)“Navigating the Microchip Maze – International standards are complicating microchipping issues for shelters” by Carrie Allan, November-December 2003 -- www.animalsheltering.org

(19)Executive Summary of the Statement by Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President of Avid Identification Systems, Inc., page 3

(20)“RFID Viruses and Worms” by Melanie R. Rieback, Patrick N. D. Simpson, Bruno Crispo, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Department of Computer Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2006 -- www.rfidvirus.org/

(21)Ibid.

(22)“Is Your Cat Infected with a Computer Virus?” by Melanie R. Rieback, Bruno Crispo, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam -- www.rfidvirus.org

(23)“Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, page 4.


More Potential Health Concerns Associated with Microchip Implant System

(1)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(2) “Microchip Plan Reveals Ignorance” by Sudirman Nasir, The Jakarta Post, 31 July 2007 -- www.thejakartapost.com

(3) “Indonesian AIDS Patients Face Microchip Monitoring: Indonesian province plans to tag AIDS patients with microchip monitors” by Niniek Karmini, The Associated Press, 24 November 2008 -- www.abcnews.go.com

(4) “Papua Doctor Wants to Microchip AIDS Patients” by Geoff Thompson, Australia Broadcasting Corporation, 25 November 2008 -- www.abc.net.au

(5) “Indonesia’s AIDS Commission Rejects Bill to Implant Microchips in Some HIV-Positive People,” Kaiser Daily, 01 December 2008 -- www.kaisernetwork.org

(6)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com.

(7)Video: Although some employees of VeriChip Corporation have a microchip implanted in their arm (approximately 4 minutes and 45 seconds into the video presentation), a female employee says she does not have a microchip implant. She says that implanting a microchip is a voluntary procedure; she is not considered a high-risk patient; and she is pregnant. She also says the system is not recommended for pregnant women (approximately 5 minutes and 27 seconds into the video presentation). -- videos.next-up.org

(8)“VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com.

(9) “Léon – French Bulldog: Canine Fibrosarcoma - Vaccines/Microchip” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, September 2006 -- www.noble-leon.com/letters/

(10)“Advanced Literature: Vaccines,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(11)“Do Vaccines Cause Cancer?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, January 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com/letters/

(12)“Iowa Firm Recalls Pork Products that May Contain Foreign Material,” United States Department of Agriculture: Food Safety and Inspection Service, 17 September 2004 -- www.fsis.usda.gov/

(13)Ibid.

(14)“Fish and Chips: RFID Chips Track Salmon Through River Network” by Rosie Lombardi, itWorldCanada, 17 November 2005 -- www.itworldcanada.com


Tagged from Cradle to Grave

(1)“The World’s Number 1 infant protection system,” Xmark Corporation, Hugs® Infant Protection -- www.xmark.com

(2)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “The Company,” page 3 and “Our Healthcare Security Systems,” pages 7-8. -- www.sec.gov

(3)“Hospitals Tagging Babies with Electronic Chips: Privacy advocates protest as half of Ohio birthing centers turn to tracking technology” by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, 15 January 2008 -- www.wnd.com

(4)“VeriChip Corporation Completes Installations of Three Hugs Infant Protection Systems in Portugal,” VeriChip Corporation, 21 February 2007 -- www.prnewswire.com

(5)“Microwave Technology: An End to the Human Race “ by David Morrison, OpEdNews.com, 10 December 2008 -- www.opednews.com

(6)Video: At approximately 9 minutes and 18 seconds into the video, the commentator asks a mother and a nurse at the American Hospital of Paris if they have any concerns regarding the radiation, emissions or frequencies generated by RFID bracelets attached to mothers and newborns. The mother says she has never posed the question. The nurse says she assumes that any problems with RFID have already been examined. Thus, she assumes that there are no health problems associated with the RFID tags. -- videos.next-up.org

(7)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Our Healthcare Security Systems: The Hugs System,” page 8. -- www.sec.gov

(8)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “Our VeriMed System,” page 19. -- www.sec.gov

(9)Ibid.

(10)“Solusat, Exclusive Distributor of VeriChip for Mexico, Signs Cooperation Agreement with Mexico’s National Foundation for the Investigation of Lost and Kidnapped Children,” Business Wire, 01 October 2003 -- findarticles.com

(11)“Tracking Junior with a Microchip” by Julia Scheeres, Wired, 10 October 2003 -- www.wired.com

(12)“Would a Microchip Keep Your Child Safe?” by Megan Lane, BBC News Online Magazine, 18 December 2003 -- news.bbc.co.uk

(13) “RFID: Every Step You Take … They’ll Be Watching You” by Todd Lewan, 30 July 2007 -- rinf.com

(14)“Two U.S. Employees Injected with RFID Microchips at Company Request,” SpyChips.com, 09 February 2006 -- www.spychips.com

(15)“VeriChip RFID Implant Hacked!” SpyChips.com, 27 January 2006 -- www.spychips.com

(16)“Transcript of the Fox & Friends Interview with Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation. The interview took place Tuesday May 16, 2006, between 6 and 7 AM on the Fox News Channel,” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(17)“Chip-Maker Wants to Implant Immigrants: Says could be used to register guest workers, ID at work place,” WorldNetDaily.com, 01 June 2006 -- www.wnd.com

(18)“U.K. to Begin Microchipping Prisoners” by David Gutierrez, NaturalNews.com, 21 June 2008 -- www.naturalnews.com

(19)Ibid.

(20)Ibid.

(21) “Soldiers with Microchips: British troops experiment with implanted, electronic dog tag” by Anthony C. LoBaido, 01 October 2001 -- www.freedomdomain.com

(22)Ibid.

(23)Ibid.

(24)Video: “Microchipping the Troops” -- www.youtube.com

(25)“Company Trying to Get Under Soldiers’ Skin” by David Francis and Bill Myers, 21 August 2006 -- www.examiner.com

(26)“VeriChip Wants to Test Human Implantable RFID on Military” by K.C. Jones, TechWeb Technology News, 23 August 2006 -- www.cephas-library.com

(27)Ibid.

(28)“Pentagon to Study Microchip Implant for Battlefield Casualties,” Fox News, 31 July 2007 -- www.foxnews.com

(29)“Digital Angel Corporation Awarded Patent for Breakthrough Glucose-Sensing RFID Microchip,” Digital Angel Corporation, 25 October 2006 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com/

(30)“Embedded Bio-Sensor System,” U.S Patent #7,125,382, 24 October 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(31)“VeriChip Corporation and RECEPTORS LLC Successfully Complete Phase I Development of In Vivo Glucose Sensing RFID Microchip,” VeriChip Corporation, 19 November 2008 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(32)“Development of an Implantable Glucose Sensor,” RECEPTORS LLC, VeriChip Corporation and Digital Angel Corporation -- www.verichipcorp.com

(33)“13 Diabetics Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Boston Diabetes EXPO,” VeriChip Corporation, 19 March 2007 -- www.prnewswire.com

(34)“18 Diabetic Patients Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Atlanta Diabetes EXPO,” 13 March 2007 -- www.medicalnewstoday.com

(35)Ibid.

(36)“Digital Angel Corporation Awarded Patent for Breakthrough Glucose-Sensing RFID Microchip,” Digital Angel Corporation.

(37) “VeriChip Corporation’s Healthcare Division Expands Existing Development Partnership with RECEPTORS LLC to Include New Biological and Environmental Sensor Applications,” VeriChip Corporation, 28 April 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(38) “An Integrated Sensor System for the Detection of Bio-Threats from Pandemics to Emerging Diseases to Bioterrorism,” RECEPTORS LLC, White Paper, 07 May 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(39) “Next Step in H1N1 Scare: Microchip Implants” by Drew Zahn, WorldNetDaily, 22 August 2009 -- www.wnd.com

(40) “VeriChip and Receptors to Develop Sensor Systems to Detect Biological Threats,” 14 May 2009 -- www.tradingmarkets.com

(41) “Comprehend VeriChip’s Swine Flu Chip” by Gabriel O’Hara, Wise Up Journal, 24 September 2009 -- www.wiseupjournal.com

(42)Digital Angel’s patented Bio-Thermo® temperature-sensing microchip implants, Digital Angel Corporation -- www.digitalangel.com

(43)“LifeChip: Canadian Companion Animal Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(44)“LifeChip: Alpaca/Llama Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(45)“LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(46)“Digital Angel Targets $100 Million Equine Market,” Digital Angel Corporation, 25 September 2006 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.adsx.com/

(47)“LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation.

(48)Ibid.

(49)“Digital Angel Targets $100 Million Equine Market,” Digital Angel Corporation.

(50)English translation of statement by Dr. E.G.A. Laarakker, Dr. C. Willekens, Dr. M. Kelfkens and Dr. F. Kokke of Den Hoek regarding a horse that developed nerve damage because of its microchip implant. 28 June 2005 -- www.invisio.nl

(51)Ibid.

(52)Copy of original veterinary statement by Dr. E.G.A. Laarakker, Dr. C. Willekens, Dr. M. Kelfkens and Dr. F. Kokke of Den Hoek regarding a horse that developed nerve damage because of its microchip implant. 28 June 2005 -- www.invisio.nl

(53)English translation of statement by Dr. E. van Gijtenbeek regarding adverse equine reactions to microchip implants. 02 May 2006 -- www.invisio.nl

(54)Copy of original veterinary statement by Dr. E. van Gijtenbeek regarding adverse equine reactions to microchip implants. 02 May 2006 -- www.invisio.nl

(55)“Wel of Niet Chippen? ... You do not want to put a microchip in your horse!” (This website is currently written in Dutch and in English. Scroll down on the left menu for the English translation.) -- www.invisio.nl

(56)“Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(57)“Spinal Cord Injury Resulting from Incorrect Microchip Placement in a Cat” by Platt S, Wieczorek L, Dennis R, De Stefani A. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery. 2007 April; 9(2): 157-160 -- www.sciencedirect.com

(58)“Imaging Diagnosis--Spinal Injury Following Aberrant Microchip Implantation” by Hicks DG, Bagley RS. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound. 2008 March-April; 49(2): 152-153 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(59)“Surgical Removal of a Microchip from a Puppy's Spinal Canal” by Smith TJ, Fitzpatrick N. Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol. 2009; 22(1): 63-5 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(60)“Microchip Insertion in Alpacas” by van der Burgt G, Dowle M. The Veterinary Record. 2007; 160(6): 204 -- veterinaryrecord.bvapublications.com or www.nal.usda.gov (Abstract)

(61)“Microchip Report 2004,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA), 2004 -- www.noble-leon.com

(62)“Paying for Drinks with Wave of the Hand: Club-goers in Spain get implanted chips for ID, payment purposes” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 14 April 2004 -- www.wnd.com

(63)“Bio-Chip Implant Arrives for Cashless Transactions: Announcement at global security confab unveils syringe-injectable ID microchip” by Sherrie Gossett, WorldNetDaily.com, 21 November 2003 -- www.worldnetdaily.com

(64)“Blueprint for Total Control” by Nick Sandberg, 2001 -- www.wanttoknow.info

(65)Revelation – Chapter 13: 16-17, King James Version (KJV) -- www.blueletterbible.org

(66)“Amish Farmers Sue Michigan, USDA Over RFID Tags” by Isabel Cowles, 19 November 2008 -- www.findingdulcinea.com

(67)“Hidden Dangers of the Cashless Embedded Society” by Attorney Constance Cumbey, NewsWithViews.com, 10 September 2007 -- www.newswithviews.com

(68)“VeriChip Corporation Enters Into Development and Supply Agreement with Medical Components, Inc. Valued at More Than $3 Million,” VeriChip Corporation, 18 March 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(69)Ibid.

(70)VeriChip Corporation: Form 10-K as filed with the United States Security and Exchange Commission for the fiscal year which ended December 31, 2007. See “The VeriMed System and Other Applications for Our Implantable Microchip: Other Applications,” page 15. -- www.sec.gov

(71)“VeriChip Corporation Announces Sales of VeriTrace System to Two New Jersey Counties,” VeriChip Corporation, 20 April 2009 -- www.verichipcorp.com

(72)Video: “IBM, Verichip, and the Fourth Reich,” WeThePeopleWillNotBeChipped.com -- www.youtube.com

(73)“A Generation Is All They Need” by Kevin Haggerty, Toronto Star, 10 December 2006 -- oldthinker.wordpress.com


The Holocaust: NEVER AGAIN!

(1)Book: IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation by Edwin Black, 2001, ISBN 0-609-60799-5 -- www.ibmandtheholocaust.com/

(2)Ibid., page 10.

(3)Ibid., page 56.

(4)Ibid., page 93.

(5)Ibid., page 9.

(6)Ibid., pages 9-10.

(7)“Probing IBM’s Nazi Connection” by Paul Festa, CNET News.com, 28 June 2001 -- news.cnet.com

(8)Ibid.

(9)“Identification and Tracking of Persons Using RFID-Tagged Items in Store Environments,” U.S. Patent #7,076,441, 11 July 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(10)Ibid.

(11)Ibid.

(12)Ibid.

(13)Ibid.

(14)“VeriChip Corporation’s VeriMed™ Medical Solution Is Now Integrated Into the Hospital Demonstration Area of the IBM Solutions Experience Lab Located in Austin, Texas,” Business Wire, 08 September 2005 -- www.findarticles.com

(15) Book: IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation by Edwin Black. See a copy of a Dehomag (IBM Germany) poster at the beginning of the book. Also see page 104 for a description of Dehomag’s posters.

(16) Ibid., page 104.

(17) Video: At approximately 4 minutes and 42 seconds into the video, a French reporter and his cameraperson enter VeriChip’s office in Florida. The reporter comments that their attention is immediately drawn to VeriChip’s logo that resembles the all-seeing eye. -- videos.next-up.org

(18) “FDA Clears VeriChip™ for Medical Applications in the United States,” VeriChip Corporation, 13 October 2004 -- web.archive.org/ -- /www.4verichip.com

(19) Video: “IBM, Verichip, and the Fourth Reich,” WeThePeopleWillNotBeChipped.com -- www.youtube.com

(20) “A Generation Is All They Need” by Kevin Haggerty, Toronto Star, 10 December 2006 -- oldthinker.wordpress.com

(21) Video: “One Mainframe to Rule Them All: IBM and Verichip–The Human Microchipping Agenda,” WeThePeopleWillNotBeChipped.com
www.youtube.com (1 of 5) www.youtube.com (2 of 5) www.youtube.com (3 of 5) www.youtube.com (4 of 5) www.youtube.com (5 of 5)

(22) Video: “IBM RFID Commercial - The Future Market” -- www.youtube.com


Get Involved

(1)“Layman’s Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(2)“Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(3) “References” section of “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(4) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(5) Memorial website for Léon the French Bulldog, Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(6)“2008 Privacy Legislation Related to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID),” National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) -- www.ncsl.org

(7)“State Law Blocks Forced Implants of Radio Frequency Chips: State Rep. Schneider feared ‘Big Brother’ scenario for employees” by Rachel McCormick-Jennings, The Business Journal of Milwaukee, 21 July 2006 -- milwaukee.bizjournals.com

(8)“2005 Wisconsin Act 482,” Date of enactment: 30 May 2006 -- www.legis.state.wi.us

(9) Radio: Marlin Schneider, State Representative of Wisconsin, interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, The Dr. Katherine Albrecht Radio Show, Genesis Communications Network (GCN), 13 October 2009 -- direct.media.katherinealbrecht.com

(10) “N.D. Bans Forced RFID Chipping” by Marc L. Songini, Computerworld, 24 April 2007 -- www.computerworld.com

(11)“Sixtieth Legislative Assembly of North Dakota In Regular Session Commencing Wednesday, January 3, 2007: Senate Bill No. 2415” -- www.legis.nd.gov

(12)“California Could be 3rd State to Ban Forced RFID Implants” by Orr Shtuhl, Stateline.org, 18 September 2007 -- www.stateline.org

(13)“California Bans Forced RFID Tagging of Humans,” Government Technology, 17 October 2007 -- www.govtech.com

(14)“Chip Implants Can’t be Required in Missouri” by Jason Noble, The Kansas City Star, 26 June 2008 -- www.wanttoknow.info

(15) “Bill Bans Involuntary Microchip Implants,” 22 May 2008 -- www.ktul.com

(16)“1st Session of the 51st Legislature (2007): House Bill 2092,” State of Oklahoma -- www.posoh.ru

(17) “Bill Banning Forced Identity-Chip Implants Clears House” by Lauren Boyer, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 02 July 2009 -- www.philly.com

(18) “Chip Maker Supports Pennsylvania Bill to Ban Forced Implantation” by Molly Merrill, Healthcare IT News, 06 July 2009 -- www.healthcareitnews.com

(19) “References” section of “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution, or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009. Documents regarding mandatory microchipping of animals are listed in the “Introduction.” -- www.noble-leon.com

(20)“Reporting Léon's Adverse Reaction - Lingering Questions” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, August 2007 -- www.noble-leon.com

(21)“Reporting Adverse Reactions,” Noble-Leon.com -- noble-leon.com

(22) “References” section of “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution, or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(23)Book: Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Purchase and Watch Your Every Move by Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre, 2006, ISBN 1-5955-5020-8 (hc.), ISBN 0-452-28766-9 (pbk.) -- www.spychips.com

(24)Video: “Zeitgeist 8 (Part III: the men behind the curtain – d)” – At approximately 3 minutes and 59 seconds into the video presentation, Aaron Russo discusses his conversation with Nicholas Rockefeller regarding microchip implants. -- www.youtube.com

(25) “The Newer, 'Smarter' Microchip for Your Pet: Is it for You?” by Dr. Patricia Khuly, VMD, 24 April 2007 -- www.dolittler.com

(26)“Fibrosarcoma with Typical Features of Postinjection Sarcoma at Site of Microchip Implant in a Dog: Histologic and Immunohistochemical Study” by Vascellari M, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Pathology. 2006 July; 43(4): 545-548 -- www.vetpathology.org

(27)“Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(28)“VeriChip Says Microchips Safe,” South Florida Business Journal, 11 September 2007 -- southflorida.bizjournals.com

(29)“Report of Cancer Hurts Maker of Chip Implants” by Barnaby J. Feder, The New York Times, 11 September 2007 -- www.nytimes.com

(30)“Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 19 November 2007 -- www.antichips.com

(31)“Microchip Implants: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 03 June 2008 -- www.antichips.com/

(32)“San Marcos Protest Against Mandatory Microchipping - Television News Coverage,” March 2009 -- www.katherinealbrecht.com

(33)“Victory for Pet Owners! San Marcos, TX, Overturns Microchip Mandate,” 03 April 2009 -- www.katherinealbrecht.com

(34)“Dog Bleeds to Death After 'Routine' Microchip Implant Procedure,” 03 February 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(35)Radio: Lisa Marie Copoletta of San Marcos, Texas interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, The Dr. Katherine Albrecht Radio Show, Genesis Communications Network (GCN), 21 July 2009 -- direct.media.katherinealbrecht.com


Conclusion

(1)Book: Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, 1962, ISBN 0-395-68330-0, ISBN 0-395-68329-7 (pbk.) -- www.rachelcarson.org

(2)Ibid., page 13.

(3)Ibid., page 15.








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