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Mark of the Beast. Scary.


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Scientists in New York announced they could control the skittering motions of a rat by implanting electrodes in its brain, steering it around the lab floor as if it were a radio-controlled toy car." Currently, extensive tests are being carried out on human subjects to discover the exact electrical frequency of a wide variety of human emotions, feelings, and various mechanical actions. Now there's biocompatible RFID ink, visible and invisible, which can be read through animal hairs. It takes five to 10 seconds to "stamp or tattoo" an animal or human, and there is no need to remove the fur.
The ink can be detected from 4 feet away.



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  • Fishermanpete#

    Fishermanpete November 24, 2011 8:44:17 PM CET

    The mark is probably going to be a lot more than a basic insert. It could be a DNA altering device or promises extra long life free of disease, all with the ease of an invisible tattoo made with rfid ink. And if people are fully aware of the Biblical prophecy of eternal torment in the fire and brimstone, then at least some will think twice. I know I have, how about you?

  • Livefreeordie#

    Livefreeordie September 19, 2010 8:55:15 PM CEST

    Do more research before you make videos because those barcodes do not mean 666. What people do need to realize is how one of the new trends teens have started to do is embedding themselves with foreign objects, such as paperclips. Obviously this has been programmed into them from tv so they would be more willing to get vchips implanted. Also since websites such as facebook have completely gotten people use to not having any personal privacy and kids are now willing to have things embeded in their bodies, getting people to accept the vchip will be easy.

  • Chumpymcghee#

    Chumpymcghee September 19, 2010 4:40:46 PM CEST

    Yay!!! What a great time to be alive! I can hardly contain myself. If I were any more pumped, I'd have an aneurism.



 
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