posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:38 AM
In my personal opinion, this will be the next leap in affordable technology for the global economy. I would suffice to say that it is almost
guaranteed to be taking place mainly because of the ability for government to use it as identification and for the citizen to use it for personal
accounting. Credit cards now have chips in them that only require one swipe across a reader to be recognized and used. But they wear out, get lost or
stolen, break, and need replaced. All at a cost to either the company or the customer. With this technology, multiple things can be replaced at a
much lower cost and without the paranoia of getting stolen or wore out. That is the scariest part. Not only will these companies use these ideas as
marketing tools, they will turn it into a fashion or fad, and then governments will mandate their approval and use.
Very simple, yet effective way to advance their agenda and in my mind, inevitable.
People today are utterly consumed with their toys and gadgets and they practically can't live without them now. Ever try to see how long you last
without your smart phone? If you have had one for the past few years, you probably noticed it's a hard habit to break. That in itself lies the
problem. We have become so accustomed to having this technology that we don't know what to do without it. Paying bills, speaking to friends, watching
entertainment, and more. All these things are now done strictly through a smart phone. That is their drug, and we already have the addiction.
My advice to anyone who cares or listens: break yourself of the habit. Learn to live without all the technology. Once the switch takes place, and in
my opinion it will be a slow process, you won't be able to live in society without their tools. I can see it coming, without a doubt. It is scary.