The Mark of the Beast

Microchip Implants: Amal Graafstra and his bio-hacking body

08/17/2014 20:53
Do this man’s hands hold the key to the future of medical implants? John Hearne plugs into the integration of man and machine. AMAL GRAAFSTRA had a simple problem. He wanted quick, easy access to his office and didn’t like the conventional options. Instead, he began exploring biometric...

Microchips Will Be Implanted Into Healthy People Sooner Than You Think

08/09/2014 00:05
In March 2009, British researcher Mark Gasson had a chip injected under the skin of his hand. The chip, a slightly more advanced version of the tags used to track pets, turned Gasson into a walking swipe-card. With a wave of his wrist, he could open security doors at the University of Reading...

A baby is monitored by a Biostamp electronic tattoo

07/17/2014 21:05
THESE days we’re used to seeing the extensively tattooed bodies of our pop stars, footballers and Olympians. In a couple of years, these stars could also be wearing tattoos of a much more advanced sort. Electronic tattoos on different areas of their bodies will collect data about their heartbeat,...

Could microchip implants presage George Orwell's chilling novel '1984'?

07/12/2014 21:54
 Americans should beware the radio-frequency identification microchip because the danger it could lead to Big Brother watching and controlling you is a possibility, if remote. The technology available to implant RFIDs in citizens is here and now, but it is doubtful people would acquiesce if...

Implantable Microchips Report By ABC Stir End Timer Views On ‘Mark Of The Beast’

07/06/2014 21:30
For most people, the concept of an implantable chip is either controversial or the next step of human progression. For many, they see the concept to the betterment of mankind, but for others, they see mankind’s control and submission. For the latter, one group dubbed the End Timers — or Watchmen —...

Pay for Coffee Using Only the Palm of Your Hand

06/17/2014 20:28
 Waiting in a long line at the supermarket while the person at the register rummages for cash can try anyone's patience. Inspired by such an incident, Fredrik Leifland, a student at Lund University in Sweden, thought of a way to speed up the payment process, and created Quixter — a company...

Our Brains Will Be Hacked, Tracked and Data-Mined

06/04/2014 21:36
In the near future, companies, hell even the NSA, could be mining our brainwaves for data. It’s bad enough the private details about our lives that are revealed in hoovered up emails and phone calls; imagine if Big Brother was literally reading our minds? That’s some dystopian shit. We're heading...

Flexible electronics for implants

05/14/2014 20:53
Microchip implants in the human body have been in the popular imagination for decades. Sci-fi authors often picture these as devices enhancing human capabilities - with the Matrix trilogy being an obvious example - whilst society seems to be slowly moving in that direction too. Electronics first...

Human Microchipping Poses Dangers to Health, Privacy

04/30/2014 21:17
Although hardly a novel idea, microchipping humans arouses justified concerns about risks to health and privacy, experts told RIA Novosti Wednesday. “Along with the potential risks to health, there is a real risk to freedom and privacy, one of the key purposes of RFID is the tracking technology....

Scientist Claims Human Microchip Implants Will Become 'Not Optional'

04/26/2014 06:36
    And he causes all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free men and the slaves, to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, and he provides that no one will be able to buy or to sell, except the one who has the mark, either the name of the...
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