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Australians Think Microchip Implant Gives Them Superhuman Abilities – Nation Surges Ahead In RFID ‘Microchipping’ Plan?

Australians are lining up outside government-run healthcare institutions to get themselves inserted with a microchip. These microchips inserted just below the skin are akin to the ones used for animals. After a news report about microchips imparting superhuman abilities to humans went viral, Australians have been actively seeking to get themselves “microchipped.” The phenomenon is.
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