reply to post by Druscilla
I wonder what the range on these laser based injections could be?
A few millimeters.
The laser doesn't inject. The laser is merely used to create a gas bubble that accelerates fluid to a point where it can punch through the skin.
It's a different twist on the air-injection systems we already have, and is not all that dissimilar from ink-jet printers.
Could be interesting to see this applied to tattoos, which is probably where it will see the first wide-spread use. The sanitary advantages,
controlled depth, and the lack of pain would be a boon. Plus, you'd be looking at a fraction of the ink as there's no splash-back (far less would
have to be wiped from the skin).
Could this be modified to automatically secretly shoot people full of fun juice when they enter a casino? or any other place with a preferred
Enter an eating establishment and you suddenly have an overwhelming craving for exactly what they want you to eat.
Biochemistry isn't such a science that one can really create drugs to do this. You can do some simple things - but even that runs into walls.
The inconvenient fact for shadow-government plans to control society is that the human genome has evolved in a highly competitive environment among
viruses, spores, and bacteria that, themselves, secrete a wide range of chemicals and compounds.
If we all were identical in our reactions to chemicals, we would be overtaken and destroyed by the many parasites that exist in our ecology. Which is
why sex exists, why we have diploid chromosomes, and why our DNA deliberately mutates itself during meiotic division.
All hail the Red Queen.
reply to post by AfterInfinity
One step closer to the RFID chip implants. Sooner than we think, they'll be able to inject us without us even knowing. We'll just have a
routine check-up, or be taken in for questioning, and they'll inject us and set us free.
Then our entire life will be put on file, every activity and moment recorded, and we'll never even know.
One day, someone will come up with an ingenious web-site that allows you to search vast volumes of information and links to other sites. That site
will track what you search so that they can more effectively target you with advertisements for products you are likely to buy.
One day, someone will create a portable device that has a radio transciever in it capable of refining its position from global positioning satellites.
It will have considerable memory on-board with capable data processing. Most importantly, it will have access to sites like the one I just
mentioned. Not only will that site be able to present you with targeted advertisements based on your searches - but it can also refine those to
products and services based on your location.
But that's not all. Another site will be developed that allows you to post pictures of yourself and record what groups you've been part of (from
various stages of an assembly line to military deployments to fraternities). Others will be part of this site, too - and you can see how they are
doing and keep tabs with them over the years. They'll even start working with the wireless transceiver in your pocket to tell your friends where you
are and what you're doing - so you can all get together and have a good time - just like old times!
Even better - you can scan your portable transceiver at many retailers, allowing you to have access to your bank accounts without the hassle of cards,
checks, and other cumbersome devices.
It will be the device that is just too convenient to refuse!
But you're right - we should be worried about the real and present threat - these laser-auto-injectors that will be used to implant us with the far
more practical RFID chips.