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Chippie Flunks the Fireproof Test

4th of July 2016

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Looks like Chippie has returned to the pits from where he came.

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hell 824, flames 510, rfid chip 2, chippie 1
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Published: 2 years, 5 months ago
Rating: General

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FoxWolfie
2 years, 5 months ago
They might not even need the chip to keep track of people. Facial recognition is getting much faster and better. Public places are getting more hi-res cameras than ever before. People already carry their own personal tracking beacons with them everywhere they go. They already check-in with debit and credit cards nearly every time they re-fuel their car, buy fast food or lottery tickets. Many newer cars now have geo-location built in.  In as little as five years from now, there will be no avoiding it, even if you don't actively participate. If I walk the mile between my house and downtown, I will probably have passed by a few dozen cameras. If someone was interested in me, they could probably follow nearly everywhere I go by then. Just follow the guy in Mickey Mouse shortalls wearing the plush raccoon backpack!  There's hardly a place in the city I can go where there aren't cameras. There are many at the zoo. All grocery stores have them too.

By the time we end up with a world government, it's entirely possible that RFID chips will be nearly useless and obsolete.  It won't be long before you walk into a McDonald's to order a burger, and the facial recognition and database they link to will allow the cashier to see your face, name and order history, so they can say, "Hi, Moyo - would you like your usual order today?" Then you walk to the bank, and they don't need ID, because the system has already identified you as you came through the door. That is easily possible in five years, and almost certain within ten. At that point, what benefit would implanted RFID be to the government? Consider that almost no one would be going anywhere without their favorite devices, which would all be readable as well.  Cameras and facial recognition can read your face, and that's not something any of us can easily change.  Even new many TVs have cameras and microphones in them!  A bad government could use that sort of stuff to watch and listen to all sorts of things!  So, the next time I'm humping a plushie while watching a favorite yiffy Disney movie, someone, somewhere, could be watching! Actually, my TV doesn't have a camera, and if my next one does, a nice piece of electrical tape will take care of that! As for the mic, I'd just squeeze some glue into the little holes to seal it off, or open the set up and disconnect it.

I thought of a really effective, but impossible to remove mark they could use. Al they need to do is insert a DNA sequence into people that would cause an area on the hand or forehead to be bio-luminescent under black light. They'd just program the shape and location, and once it became part of our DNA, it couldn't be removed. The mark wouldn't need to be noticeable under normal light, but trying to get by the UV security light they'd put at store checkouts, banks and medical places would be impossible. You'd actually need to be emitting UV in the right frequency and shape. They already did this with rabbits and mice. They can even make it show in a variety of colors once the light hits you.  This is assuming that the mark used will even be technology based at all.  Remember, it will be something that marks you in the eyes of God, applied by a system that is under control of the antichrist. Considering that Satan has been around a lot longer than the human race, he certainly has the intelligence to come up with a mark that can't be counterfeited or removed.  I'm assuming the mark will be as much a part of those who accept it as their own DNA is, so it won't be able to be faked or removed.
moyomongoose
2 years, 5 months ago
Time will tell.
EmmetEarwax
2 years, 4 months ago
Such has been done with mice, programming them genetically to see only a pleasing environoment instead of a bare cage floor.
EderComics
2 years, 5 months ago
Well done!
moyomongoose
2 years, 5 months ago
I thank you. :)
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