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Old 10-01-2019, 12:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tesla Key Card Chip Implanted in Hand!

My friend, John, implanted a Tesla chip in his hand a week ago.
I met up with him and shot a video about it. Thought you folks would be interested!



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Old 10-01-2019, 12:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Very interesting, but I am just not there yet.
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Very interesting, but I am just not there yet.
I think that's probably how MOST people feel. I certainly didn't shoot the video to try to convince anyone, just share some info. It's interesting stuff though!
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Are we becoming Mo-Tors, like the half-motorcycle guy in the commercial? :-)
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Can the chip be paired with other cars, and is it standard across Tesla models?
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Can the chip be paired with other cars, and is it standard across Tesla models?
I'm not sure. I'm making a list of follow-up questions to ask John next time I see him.
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It's a rfi chip. All it does is spit out a data string in response to a query. Yes it can be used anywhere the data string is read.

I had an " everywhere" pass card for doors at work because my job required access to all parts of the facility. The pass card generally worked everywhere I tried it including the local police office and the hospital pharmacy.

Side comment: authorities get VERY upset when you find a breach in their security. True in 1972, more true today.
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It's a rfi chip. All it does is spit out a data string in response to a query. Yes it can be used anywhere the data string is read.

I had an " everywhere" pass card for doors at work because my job required access to all parts of the facility. The pass card generally worked everywhere I tried it including the local police office and the hospital pharmacy.

Side comment: authorities get VERY upset when you find a breach in their security. True in 1972, more true today.
Makes it easier for thiefís to scan your chip since you canít wear a tinfoil wallet on your hand
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One supposes that there is a second level of security. Oh wait, this is TESLA.
Actually haven't heard of many teslas being stolen, yet.

You could get rf shielding fabric gloves....it also doesn't take much to over write the chip.
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