GPS Microchip




Animals and Kids are our family, but sometimes unwanted guests come into our home, and steal our love ones, or our love one could get lost easily.
But what I would love to invent is the GPS Microchip, which lives inside the kid or the animal, so it could never  ripped off like if it were a bracelet.
So if you lose your pet or your kid is kidnapped, you can go into the Find My Baby app.
Login, by their microchip number, and then sign in with the unique password you created.
Then it will show you where your  pet or kid is located.

Finally, you can welcome home your loved one.

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    6 years ago on Introduction

    It seems kind of sick to implant a chip into a child, being a child myself, sometimes we just don't want to be found and you should respect that, i don't care if this means that you may never find your child ever again, but at least you know that while you had your child they wanted to be with you,

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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    actually i don't think that it would be sick to implant this into everyone, i mean people microchip their pets, and they are not bothered by it. Also, if this was an affordable service for me, I would microchip my children, and gladly be microchiped myself, doesn't matter if the child doesn't want to be with the parent or not, the child is still the responsibility of said parent.


    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    yeah, but just imagine if someone else got the microchip code, they could hunt down whoever it was implanted in, it would be safer and more ethical to only have them be implanted at an age, say 14