Skip to comments.You can get microchipped at Austin's 'body-hacking' conference
Posted on 02/22/2019 5:45:09 AM PST by bgill
Advocates of "body hacking" will gather in Austin this weekend to promote everything from bionic limbs to human microchips that can serve as anything from identification to a car key... Goodman showed off his own most recent "hack," a radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip in his left hand. It's the same technology veterinarians implant into pets as a way to identify dogs and cats, but humans are using them to make their lives simpler or, in some cases, safer. "You can log into your computer, you could open your doors" with the chips, Goodman said. "I know people who start their motorcycles this way; I know people who start their cars this way. I know a guy who has his gun set to only fire if it detects his RFID implant." Those attending the weekend conference will be able to have a chip implanted for less than $100, Goodman said, along with being able to experience other technologies that are changing human bodies.
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Mark of the beast.
Couldn’t an Auschwitz style tattoo be used with a bar code?
Recieve the mark of the beast for less than $100....Where do I sign up for that? NOT!
These fools are being duped under the guise of "security" and "convenience", when in reality they are willingly making themselves slaves, controlled by others.
Stupid is as stupid does!!!
And they can track you if you get lost and tell you which way to go. Or they can tell you which way to go even if you are not lost, because they know where you are. And what you are doing.
Next step is to program it to make you move in ways you don’t want.
Really bad things happen to those who have the mark.
The X Files was a Future Reality show.
The Future is Now.
So if I take the mark of the beast, I can stop worrying about doorknobs, motorcycle keys, and passwords. And they only want my soul in return, DUDE, I’m in... /s
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