Backed by funding from Defense Department, and Bill Gates
The Department of Defense, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, have partnered with a Silicon Valley company, Profusa, to implement a technology which could control our minds and bodies. What may seem like science fiction, is in fact happening in real-time.
A permanent chip made of an advanced material called hydrogel irreversibly ties humans to the Internet "cloud." The chip, about the size of a grain of rice, provides feedback to a database on changes in body chemistry and other biometrics. The company says technology will be used to detect COVID in the general population, before symptoms show.
The latest revised CDC overall survival rate for the COVID virus is 99.8%, versus 99.9% for the common flu. Nevertheless, nearly 150 days after governments proclaimed that 15 days of "lockdowns" and social distancing would be necessary to "flatten the curve" so that hospitals would not be overwhelmed, US governors still exert emergency powers based on the announcement of "new cases."
A defense industry website Defense One reports that the chip implant could win FDA approval by early 2021:
"Profusa, says the sensor is on track to try for FDA approval by early next year."
The industry magazine writes effusively:
"Why are pandemics so hard to stop? Often it’s because the disease moves faster than people can be tested for it. The Defense Department is helping to fund a new study to...[ Click here for full document ]