Last year we reported that Bob Boyce, the highly-revered inventor of ultra-efficient electrolysis systems and of a self-charging battery circuit (harnessing energy from the environment, possibly from zero point energy), had contracted terminal cancer and that the originating point was a VeriChip microchip that someone implanted in his right shoulder without his knowledge or permission.
He had a chip removed, but it turned out that another chip was still in there, implanted deeper, as confirmed by an X-ray.
He’s lived with that one for a year, but finally had it removed yesterday at the Fannin Regional Hospital in Blue Ridge, Georgia.
The Fannin surgical staff took photos as the chip was removed from the tissue and placed in a specimen container, labeled “foreign body”, and sealed by the surgeon. The blue color of the tissue is from a dye that was injected to mark cancerous cells.
Some have said that this VeriChip was a figment of my imagination. Well, this “imaginary” VeriChip removal was documented on film by surgical staff.
The first time Boyce noticed what turned out to be the first of two chips was in early April, 2009 when he was working with a former associate, Bob Potchen, of Precombustion Technologies Inc. (PTI), now “The Cell“, who he first met in July of 2008. Potchen, formerly with NSA, was implementing Boyce’s hydroxy gas booster technology into a product to take to market. Their relationship had been growing tense, and Boyce was preparing to depart.