(666) Mark of the Beast Will Give You "SuperPowers"!

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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 06:56 AM
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Regina Dugan, former DARPA, now working for Google presents the new electronic tattoo. It allows you to be connected with everything like your Phone, Computer etc. She even says that they call it that way so it I will sell. But see for yourself..




Dr. John Rogers, who invented this method
rogers.matse.illinois.edu...

The Tattoo



The Company that makes those "intelligent pills"
Proteus
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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 06:56 AM
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My star count is 666 right now, I feel immortal



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:04 AM
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Em2013
My star count is 666 right now, I feel immortal


Sucks to be you. I just star'd you and made you mortal again.
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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:22 AM
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Sweet!

That full body vitamin authentication looks pretty cool. It takes biometric security to a new level.

Some of the other things mentioned toward the middle of the video got me all tingley too; transfer of consciousness/personality to artificial bodies!
It'll certainly be an interesting social development once we can 3D print complete custom replacement bodies. The very definition of gender and race will be redefined.
Then there's that whole maternity/paternity DNA question that comes up if we can print out new bodies. The DNA of your children would be "yours", but what body, and are you a 'mom', or a 'dad', or both?

*sigh* I want the future now.




posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:30 AM
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One of the book series I'm reading, one of the characters is a "PICA" (Personality Integrated Cybernetic Avatar), which allows you to put your consciousness into a robot body, that can look like you, or whatever you want (you can change gender, eye color, etc), and go out and have adventures while your body is safely at home. You could go diving, rock climbing, sky diving, etc and never have to worry about dying.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:31 AM
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So just like the movie Surrogates



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:33 AM
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Haven't seen it, but I'd love to be able to do that. It would be pretty cool.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:35 AM
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I don't think that there's anything cool in exposing yourself to an intelligent machine



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:38 AM
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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.





posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:41 AM
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So... These interesting (albeit ethically questionable) new technological advances have something to do with the ignorance fueled, millenia old, insane ravings of sectarian con-men in what way ?
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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:44 AM
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You aren't exposing yourself to anything in this case. There is no intelligence to it, until you download yourself into it. It's not walking around talking to you, it's in a closet somewhere waiting for you to use it. Like your vacuum or a computer. In the book, there was a 10 day limit before it stopped functioning, and had to be recharged and you redownload into it.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:44 AM
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Ismail
So... These interesting (albeit ethically questionable) new technological advances have something to do with the millenia old insane ravings of ignorant sectarian con-men ago in what way ?


Ignorance doesn't change facts!
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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:46 AM
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LOL Right!

Super powers like the ability to be found anywhere on the planet via satellite?

the ability to have your money confiscated by the government for no reason?

The ability to have a computer virus downloaded into your body which could make you do any number of Super things in theory... including self destruct.

Oh ya... Gotta get those




posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:48 AM
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Well if you are postulating that the meaning of the mark of the beast was derived from "con men" from a long time ago, then there is no use in replying to your post as you don't even believe in the idea. The OP, Hellas, is stating what alot of people still subscribe to and what seems to be the most probable advancement in todays culture and economy. You personally don't have to believe in it, and you don't have to turn it into a derailed religion bashing thread.

I forgot to add, Hellas...old buddy.


*S&F*


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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:54 AM
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DeadSeraph

Em2013
My star count is 666 right now, I feel immortal


Sucks to be you. I just star'd you and made you mortal again.
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I hate you :'(

Oh and while we're on topic, I think this invention is amazing but I don't believe in the devil unless it's the big bad government then yes, they will get their hands on it for sure or at least the insurance groups will. Obamacare has a chipping system in it somewhere already, I forgot what it's called. If the insurance and government wouldn't get involved with this invention, I'd be all for supporting it.



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:56 AM
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Ismail
So... These interesting (albeit ethically questionable) new technological advances have something to do with the ignorance fueled, millenia old, insane ravings of sectarian con-men in what way ?
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Ahhh haha exactly.

We're doomed. But not from cyber evil.. but because humans.. just cannot think beyond faery tales.

Doomed I tell ya!



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 07:57 AM
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Hellas

Ismail
So... These interesting (albeit ethically questionable) new technological advances have something to do with the millenia old insane ravings of ignorant sectarian con-men ago in what way ?


Ignorance doesn't change facts!
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What facts?

The devil did this?



posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 08:01 AM
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havok
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The OP, Hellas, is stating what alot of people still subscribe to and what seems to be the most probable advancement in todays culture and economy.


See? Doomed. People still think the earth is flat. Scared of shadows. Afraid of black cats. Ladders, umbrellas in doors, hats on beds.

Religion... keeping humanity **SNIP**. Sigh

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posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 08:19 AM
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Thanks for turning my reply into one of your cheap off topic jokes Wino. I am positive it will add massive amounts of good, solid information to this thread. Unlike you apparently, this technology adds a little fear to my thoughts mainly because I don't believe this world needs a cashless society or the ability to identify oneself with a mark or tattoo.

As for the agenda, and apparently your lack of belief in it, there are conversations taking place behind closed doors that even you wouldn't believe because you just laugh it off as doom porn. Well, my friend, there is an evil agenda afoot. It is brewing and bubbling behind every insidious laugh coming from those who ignore its existence. It has nothing to do with your list of fallacies, and everything to do with this world and it's ultimate corruption and degradation. The amount of power that these men want to have is beyond our own imagination almost as if it comes from a grand plan. There would be no other reason to need these types of marks, beyond governments grasp for more control over the peasants. To say "it would be fun" or a superpower like the woman in the video did, is a ridiculous idea to even think of. These things are totally unnecessary for our survival on this planet. We have been living on this Earth for much much longer without them.

You can laugh it all off, but I will take it more serious.






posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 08:35 AM
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Palms and Foreheads, Palm of the Hand and your Forhead! So if all of these are set in arm or your butt even does it still count as biblical? And if it does, than is the bible wrong because it failed at getting the location of the Mark wrong?
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