Speaking of questions, don't forget to send your survival inquiries to SPYfeedback@LFB.org. Both Cade Courtley and Omar Hamada will be taking the mailbag reins in the coming weeks, so get your questions in now.
I am sure if microchips in humans are implemented, we would only get the medical benefits at first. Then they would step in and use it for global identification, which is what scares the hell out of me. What do you think about microchipping animals, though? My vet recommends it, but now I'm not so sure.
— Cliff T.
You make a great point, Cliff. Microchipping humans would lead to major privacy concerns. It's definitely not something I would be open to. The reality is it could reveal tons of personal information about you, which would be extremely dangerous if it got into the wrong hands.