posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 03:14 PM
Originally posted by schuyler
We first put barcodes on library books and cards in the early eighties. Some people felt that was the mark of the beast then and had their records
expunged from the library. As far as I know we librarians were not called anti-Christs, and I doubt one lone tattoo artist who has done a whopping
three of these so far is one either. I would think a real anti-Christ would need to have a much larger impact.
One point alluded to in the article is that this "smart code" isn;t really tied to your name in any way unless you make the connection. Further, it
can easily be changed or even "stolen." It's very impermanent.
much larger impact?? think of the BIGGER
picture friend. ill help you out a little.
1 tattoo artist's work can easily be turned into 100's, then 1000's, then etc. especially if all that needs to be changed is a pixel. plus, i doubt
he will be the ONLY one tatting this.
barcodes on books as opposed to barcodes on PEOPLE... come on, need i state the differences?
not long ago, was facebook not faced with SERIOUS privacy issues?? just ONE out of HUNDREDS being someone making a torrent of all the information of
everyone on facebook, and then seeding it out to the world.
"theres an app for that"..... theres an app for pretty much EVERYTHING now. and more being created every day.
hackers... code 2600, it may be dramatic, but not far from reality.
i could go on for days connecting the dots. like a post i saw about doctors so close to being able to map the human brain and how it works.
ummmmmm..... A.I.?? i, robot?? eagle eye?? (i use movies because most have seen them)
not trying to fear monger, just trying to help make sense for those who might not be able to comprehend how huge things could get.
rome wasnt built in a day, but eventually, it was the greatest empire in the known world. we're already in a digital age, with a tremendously fast
growing digital empire.