1. Inside these pills are a millimeter square and a third of a millimeter thick battery made from copper, magnesium, and silicon. When the pill reaches your stomach, your stomach acids form a battery with the copper and magnesium, powering up a microchip.

    The pH of gastric acid is 1.5 to 3.5 in the human stomach .

    The distilled vinegar you buy in the store is 5% to 8% acetic acid in water, with a pH of about 2.4.

    Lemons contain citric acid, the pH of lemon juice – as it comes out of the lemon and a jar is about 2.

    Don’t worry big brother, I took my Abilify microchip pill (I took it and put it in a bag of warm lemon juice or vinegar and stuck it in my coat pocket ).

    “Smart pill”, LOL , I am smart too.

    Creating the battery: Insert a penny into a cut on one side of the lemon. Push a galvanized nail into the other side of the lemon. This is a single cell of a battery. The zinc nail and the copper penny are called electrodes. http://hilaroad.com/camp/projects/lemon/lemon_battery.html

    “A best-selling antipsychotic drug soon could get so smart, patients can’t lie about taking it.”

    We will see about that won’t we.

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  2. “The new smart drug could be particularly useful for ensuring the mentally ill continue taking their medications, not just by just giving doctors a way to monitor their behavior, but courts as well.”

    Now all those websites that sell fake urine and detox drinks to defeat drug testing can sell stuff to defeat any psycho 1984 court ordered microchip pills too.

    The Original Whizzinator was to defeat drug tests. The Whizzinator came as a kit complete with dried urine and syringe, heater packs (to keep the urine at body temperature), a false penis (available in several skin tones including white, tan, Latino, brown, and black) and instruction manual.

    No way no matter how “smart” they make the pill countermeasures will be smarter.

    Microchips inside brain disabling control you pills , like a science fiction horror movie but its really is today’s news.

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  3. This is appalling. I went 22 months without taking the prescribed abilify 10 years ago and never lied to the doctor about it: he never asked and I did not volunteer the information. It was only when I was informed that they were going to start requiring that I pay for it that I told him I didn’t need it since I discontinued it so long ago. Had I not been able to free myself from this potent neurotoxin I would have killed myself.

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