posted on Oct, 17 2010 @ 01:09 PM
There is a solution which will be acceptable to all parties. I would like to propose this solution here as there are many who have read a lot about
the subject, feel free to post any objections but try to be constructive to make this a sound theory.
Basically what humanity needs is a program to introduce RFID chips. The person to be chipped (let's call them "the chippees") will receive certain
benefits, these will be byproducts of the RFID system which non-chippees will not receive. I will list these as the system is revealed.
The RFID system must be fullproof so no one can abuse it. This is why a chippee must allow their DNA fingerprint to be taken and have it linked to the
chip. In order to prevent anyone from forging the chip (that is to mislead everyone by replacing a fake RFID chip somewhere in the future) the
parent's and other family members' DNA must also be taken for cross reference and checking. In the near future it will become possible to make a
complete genetic makeup of a person, after some time it will be possible to "extrapolate" someone's DNA or genetic makeup and accurately determine
wether or not a person's RFID is falsified. The data of one individual will be contained in a single database. This must be a single database on a
yet to be determined location, if it were multiple databases or locations where the data is stored there might be a chance of deliberately changing
copied data compared to the original.
In IVF this would mean that by taking 1 male and 1 female cell, scanning it's DNA, a computer would be able to predict the growth of the human being
when fertilized. In order words, a couple would be able see their child before it is grown. Taking a leap into the future, the personality could also
be predicted and parent's will be able to read a story of their future child. This is just one of many benefits future chippees could receive.
Other benefits would be to never have to fill in any forms as these will all become automated. It would simply be a matter of browsing your virtual
file on a tablet (which would be completely seperated, "ipv6" or maybe it's successor), bank accounts, locations of family and friends, all kinds
of everyday things. Cars will become fully automated, all linked using GPS and databases, the car could drive the dad to the office (imagine skipping
traffic because of videoconferencing), the kids to school and mothers could just use the car when it's not in use. The dad at the office could at any
time establish a link to his kids in the car (or at school) or with his wife to check up on them via webcams in the car or on the tablet (yes,
remotely taking over your wife's tablet, switching on the webcam and ofcourse letting her know you're watching her, I'm sure many out there would
welcome something as simple like this as a prenub).
The judicial system would also change as locations of suspects could be known, thus eliminating suspects. The chip would store data of your location
and if a crime would be commited it would just be a matter of checking the database who did it. The first chippees would not have to worry and this
eliminitates a lot of possible suspects.
At some point more than half of the population would be chippees, then at some time there would only be a handfull left who would refuse to be
chipped. Meanwhile entire family lines would have become known, all stored in this database except for those few without chips. But by then science
would have enough information to "extrapolate" those without a chip making them irrelevant to "the cause" and those people would be in the system
as well (just without their free will).
Taking yet another leap into the future to illustrate a benefit to the chippees, the RFID chip would become an implant (let's call the first folks
who would choose that the "implantees") which would record all activity of an individual and store it. Now suppose there are 3 implantees, person A
would tell something to person C about what person B said about subject 345, this person C could simply ask "the system" whether or not B indeed
said anything on subject 345 and if so could read B's exact wordings, if there is still doubt what B meant it would be possible to contact B to ask
if A is correct about what B said on subject 345. This could all be crosschecked by referencing the central, uncorrupted database. This would
eventually eliminate assumptions.
I'm pretty sure this is an accurate prediction however if you believe you can point out any flaws please feel free. The human error in this is not a
flaw ofcourse, there are bound to be failures while implementing this system but that is to be expected and so calculated in the implementation.