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(Apr 18 2017) - MARK OF THE BEAST : UP-DATES
By Post Editor - A. L. "LUCKY" Lucketta :

- - Knowing that technology will be used to implement the "Mark of the Beast" the Porterville Post will be tracking and posting informational links and stories about these devilish devices to ALERT THE PUBLIC ! Obviously the NEW WORLD ORDER's agenda is to track and control humans. Your goal - as a Christian - is to stand up and SAY NO and mean it ! Additionally the Porterville Post will be adding informational resources re: "Religious Exemptions" and possibly which denominations are taking a STAND !!! - -

(Apr 18 2017) - Facebook developing a 'mind reading' brain interface
CALIFORNIA - Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled Facebook's augmented reality system - and confirmed rumours the firm is developing a 'mind control' brain interface. The social network's founder took to the stage at the firm's annual F8 developer conference at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center to introduce what he called the 'second act' in Facebook's camera strategy - a new platform to allow developers to build AR apps that intensifies its battle with Snapchat. He also hinted at the firm's more distant future, confirming rumours it is developing a radical mind reading computer interface - and promised more details on the project 'soon'.

(Apr 18 2017) - Device that can literally read your mind
JAPAN - A device that can read peoples minds by detecting their brainwaves has been developed in a breakthrough that could eventually enable people with locked-in syndrome to communicate. The system was only partially effective with a 90 per cent success rate when trying to recognise numbers from zero to nine and a 61 per cent rate for single syllables in Japanese, the researchers said. But, nonetheless, a statement about the research issued by the Toyohashi University of Technology in Japan said it showed that an effective device to read peoples thoughts and relay them to others was possible in the near future.

(Apr 11 2017) - Manipulating the brain to create honest behavior
ZURICH - Medicalxpress reports: Researchers at the University of Zurich have identified the brain mechanism that governs decisions between honesty and self-interest. Using non-invasive brain stimulation, they could even increase honest behavior. In an experiment involving rolling dice, where cheating would increase volunteers earnings, researchers applied transcranial direct current stimulation over a region in the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (rDLPFC). This noninvasive brain stimulation method makes brain cells more sensitive i.e., they are more likely to be active. When the researchers applied this stimulation during the task, participants were less likely to cheat.

(Apr 09 2017) - What is "brain hacking"? Why you should care
CALIFORNIA - Have you ever wondered if all those people you see staring intently at their smartphones -- nearly everywhere, and at all times -- are addicted to them? According to a former Google product manager you are about to hear from, Silicon Valley is engineering your phone, apps and social media to get you hooked. He is one of the few tech insiders to publicly acknowledge that the companies responsible for programming your phones are working hard to get you and your family to feel the need to check in constantly. Some programmers call it brain hacking and the tech world would probably prefer you didnt hear about it.

(Apr 07 2017) - Touchless biometric device named best new product
U.S.A. - The best new security product of 2017 is CrucialTraks touchless Biometric Access Control System. So said the judges for the Security Industry Associations New Product Showcase announced at the ISC West conference. The Biometric Access Control System is a multi-biometric authentication system that layers four different touchless biometric types into a single terminal. The readers feature a sleek orb-like design and support touchless fingerprint, palm vein, iris and facial recognition authentication. Features ...

(Mar 30 2017) - Toward The Mark Of The Beast? It's Called 'DuoSkin'
NEW YORK - From sci-fi to the real world: DuoSkins temporary tattoos turn your body into an interface. And, the device has won rave reviews in the tech and fashion worlds. When my fellow researchers and I created DuoSkin in 2016, the very idea seemed steeped in a fantasy world. But less than a year after we published our research and released our prototypes, our on-skin interface technology has been formally recognized as real. At the 2017 South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Innovation Awards this month, DuoSkin won the Sci-Fi No Longer category for the coolest scientific achievement or discovery that previously was considered possible only in science fiction.

(Mar 28 2017) - Elon Musk's new project: Connect brains with computers
CALIFORNIA - Entrepreneur Elon Musk launched Neuralink Corp. to implant electrodes into human brains to enhance their computer interface, sources with knowledge of the project said. Musk, 45, the South African-born founder and CEO of both electric carmaker Tesla Inc. and privately owned rocket company SpaceX, established the California-based company and is taking an active role in its funding and development, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, citing sources involved in the company's start. Neuralink will pursue "neural lace" technology, in which small electrodes are implanted in the brain as cranial computers.

(Mar 17 2017) - By 2030, Youll Be Living in a World Thats Run by Google
GOOGLE - I was asked on Quora what Google will look like in 2030. Since that is one of the most important issues the world is facing right now, I took some time to answer it in full. Larry Page, one of Googles two co-founders, once said off-handedly that Google is not about building a search engine. As he said it, Oh, were really making an AI. Google right now is all about building the world brain that will take care of every person, all the time and everywhere. By 2030, Google will have that World Brain in existence, and it will look after all of us. And thats quite possibly both the best and worst thing that could happen to humanity.

(Mar 07 2017) - Brain Chip Implants - Next Big Mental Health Breakthrough
DARPA - How did a Massachusetts woman end up with two electrodes implanted into her brain? Why is the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) developing a controversial, cutting-edge brain chip technology that could one day treat everything from major depressive disorder to hand cramps? How did we get to deep brain stimulation and where do we go from here?

(Mar 03 2017) - Australia Becomes Worlds Most Microchipped Nation
AUSTRALIA - Australia has become the first widely microchipped nation, with Australians readily parting with $150 of their own money to pay for fashionable microchips under their skin without stopping to think of the consequences. Mainstream media in the US has been waging a propaganda campaign trying to normalize the idea of microchips for humans, airing reports claiming that children will be microchipped sooner rather than later and that Americans will accept this because it will make their children safer.

(Feb 20 2017) - Samsung: Smart TVs Are Recording Your Private Conversations
U.S.A. - In 2015, Samsung announced that Smart TV sets listen to peoples conversations, and were forced to issue warnings to customers not to say anything confidential while near their TV sets. Theweek.com reports ... The company revealed that the voice activation feature on its smart TVs will capture all nearby conversations. The TV sets can share the information, including sensitive data, with Samsung as well as third-party services.

NEW YORK - Mankind is on the cusp of a transition that we cannot come back from. For many years scientists have sought technology that can actively alter memories and identity. New World Technology has the ability to change our perception by altering our memory; some of the technologies can even make us forget history, and by doing so can distort morals. But there is a far greater evil, scientists can even plant memories.

(Feb 13 2017) - Outlawing microchipping humans not so far fetched
CARSON CITY - State Sen. Becky Harris said a bill to prohibit forced microchipping of people is not as far-fetched as it might seem because it happens in some places around the world. Senate Bill 109 would make it a Class C felony to require someone to be implanted with a radio frequency identifier, such as microchips placed in pets. The idea for the bill came from a constituent, the Las Vegas Republican said.

(Feb 12 2017) - Bank of America opens its 3rd employee free branch
AMERICA - An alarming trend is emerging throughout society; companies are ditching humans and replacing them with automation. We mostly hear about these situations in tech and supply chain companies and even fast food restaurants, but now we see this come to fruition in banking as well. Banks already operate with little to no physical cash on hand, making the elimination of the bank teller that much easier. Armed guards will be replaced as biometric eye scanning software contracts become the next big thing in banking security.

(Feb 08 2017) - Company offers to make its employees cyborgs with microchip implants
BELGIAN - In the latest move toward a brave new world, a European company has offered its employees a chance at becoming cyborgs. NewFusion, a Belgian digital marketing and tech firm, recently took steps to make biohacking a company-wide initiative, Sputnik reports. Instead of old-school ID badges, NewFusion's workers can opt for a microchip implant in their hands to gain access to the company's HQ and computer systems. We'll say that again: Employees can get physical chips surgically implanted into their flesh to access their building and computers.

(Jan 25 2017) - Supercomputer of CYBERPOL named 666 set go live during 2017
CALIFORNIA - The advanced supercomputer of CYBERPOL named 666 is on track to go live during 2017. The specially built Supercomputer will be used to sync all data for hosting the "International Cyber Criminal Database" (ICCD) comprising of wanted cyber criminals and all accumulated cyber crimes committed in the cyber-world as well as all data breaches backdated to 2013. The CYBERPOL main SOC will be based in Protecting Tomorrow physical spaces located in California, USA whilst at this time, the official hosting and location of the Supercomputer codenamed 666 will not be disclosed publicly for security reasons.

(Jan 21 2017) - Ushering in a Totalitarian Police State in Cashless Smart Cities
WORLD - From Scandinavia to Amsterdam to India and elsewhere, the trend of going cashless is gaining traction. We have been covering the shortcomings of what is rightly called the War On Cash here at TDV for a while now and have shown just how negative the effects can be on an unsuspecting nations people. Chandigarh, India, which is the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana, is like one of Indias labrats. Indian officials are working hard toward making it into Indias first cashless city.

(Jan 17 2017) - Feds want facial biometrics that can 'ID' people based on
U.S.A. - The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) otherwise known as the Dept. of Commerce plans to evaluate facial biometrics for the government. Beginning next month, the NIST will begin evaluating facial recognition technology algorithms. The NIST calls it the 'Face Recognition Vendor Test' (FRVT). FRVT explains how biometrics can identify a person using their skin type, facial hair, height & weight. The Feds also want biometric cameras that can estimate a person's age and sex.

(Jan 10 2017) - Amazon & Microsoft use appliances & toys to spy on families worldwide
U.S.A. - Say goodbye to privacy and hello to Big Brother, soon every home appliance you purchase will spy on us. The list of home appliances that use Amazon's Alexa, Google Home, Samsung's 'SmartThings hub' and Amazon's Fire TV is growing at a disturbing pace. Private companies are using our refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, toaster, water heater, air conditioner, ceiling fan, washer and dryer, electrical outlets, light bulbs and lamps to spy on us inside our homes. (LG's 'Instaview' refrigerators have Alexa installed in them.) General Electric (GE) and Alexa, think consumers will find it amusing that Amazon will control every appliance in our homes.

(Dec 30 2016) - Indias PM defends shift to cashless society
INDIA - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday defended his decision to withdraw high denomination bank notes from circulation, as a deadline to end severe cash shortages passed with Indians still queuing at banks to deposit savings and withdraw money. Modi abolished 500 and 1,000 rupee bills on Nov. 8, taking out 86 percent of cash in circulation, in a bid to fight corruption, end terror financing and turn India into a cashless society. The move, however, caused a major cash crunch

(Dec 20 2016) - Gov't Will Soon Control, Trigger & Read Thoughts
AMERICA - Scientists are predicting that in 2017, the first true brain-to-brain communication in people could begin. Scientists are actively constructing the method that will forge the way for governmental agencies to influence thoughts, and control minds through devices such as an eeg cap. Through technological telepathy anyone connected to the system could control, trigger and read thoughts of another individual.

(Dec 16 2016) - The House Passes A Microchipping Law ...
WASH D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that would get the federal government heavily involved in microchipping disabled people for tracking purposes. If you would like to read it for yourself, you can find H.R. 4919 right here. The bill is also known as Kevin and Avontes Law, and the idea behind it is that if disabled people are microchipped it wont be so easy for them to get lost. Of course we have been microchipping pets in this country for years, and this is yet another giant step down the road toward universal microchipping of everyone. We are being told that implanted microchips will make those with developmental disabilities safer, but where does this stop? Pretty soon there will be a huge push to microchip all children for their safety, and once that is accomplished it wont be too long before they will want to microchip the entire population.

(Dec 11 2016) - International bankers push for cashless society
U.S.A. - There is no doubt that international banking agencies would love to implement what can only be described as a cashless society, one with no cash. In fact, beta tests are already underway which may ultimately lead to an Orwellian-style system which some have referred to as the mark of the beast. Morgan Report analyst David Smith warns that this so-called cashless society may be coming to America in the near future.

(Dec 08 2016) - Mark Of The Beast Starting In Israel ???
ISRAEL - For years, Bible prophecy teachers have warned about a last days attempt to place a mark on every individual, in fulfillment of foretellings from the book of Revelation in the New Testament, but will it be the Holy Land of Israel itself that will be the forerunner to implement The Mark of the Beast? The Jersusalem Post has reported that the Interior Ministry has decided to push to make joining the national biometric database, including taking finger prints and facial recognition pictures, a requirement for all identity cards going forward. The law establishes arrangements to enable identification and authentication of Israeli residents by means of including biometric data in identification documents, in a manner that will prevent forgery and the use of a different identity.

(Dec 07 2016) - WiFi-Capable Brain Implants ...
AMERICA - WiFi-Capable Brain Implants: What Could Possibly Go Wrong ? The latest creation from Elon Musk is the one that should have you worried. If you thought the Apple Watch was a bit much, wait until you hear about this. The next creation from Musk is Neural Lace, a computer interface implanted directly into the human brain. As one example, it could allow users to connect to the internet nearly by thinking about it.

(Dec 06 2016) - Next-Level Amazon Grocery Leads Directly to Microchip Implants
SEATTLE - Imagine on your next trip to the grocery store, that there were no checkouts, no cashiers, and no lines. You could simply walk in, grab what you need and go. Sounds great right? Amazon has created a next-level grocery store in Seattle that does just that by utilizing machine intelligence and facial recognition software. New technology like this is paving the way towards microchip implants, and the mark of the beast. Amazon, the largest online shopping network in the world is entering into the real world, and their first step is Amazon Go, a store that utilizes a smartphone app and cashier-less store.

(Dec 06 2016) - App lets you scan people's FACES & reveal everything
LONDON - Today, the company behind the app - BLIPPAR - has announced that facial recognition will be introduced so you can scan other people and reveal their profile. It's billed as the world's first facial recognition for phones. The profiles are strictly an opt-in only experience, meaning members of the public have to go through a process to get their faces recognised and turned on before they become blippable.

(Dec 03 2016) - Preparing America for the Mark of the Beast ...
U.S.A. - America is being prepared for the mark of the beast and the preparation is incremental. Group think is a psychological phenomena in which people do things, that they often know are not good for them. However, they do it because everyone else is doing it. Within the spirit of group think, people will perform acts that they would never think of doing otherwise. Today, the psyops directed at getting America to accept the mark of the beast has reached employment. Healthcare workers are being told that if they do not take the flu vaccine, they will not keep their jobs. This is teaching the public that you cannot resist the will of the real power behind the government.

(Dec 01 2016) - All European Newborns to be Microchipped ... from Dec 2016 ???
EUROPE -- { Waiting to be Confirmed } -- On Dec 2016, through Europe newborn children will be compelled to take in a subcutaneous RFID chip. Public clinics in the European Union are to be alerted. The chip in inquiry will be contributed with the report sheet on the newborn. This chip will also be an impressive GPS sensor that will task with a micro-disposable battery every 2 yrs in state clinics. GPS chip grants an edge of error of 5 meters, as a statement, that is excellent. It will be linked straight to a satellite, which will guide the networks. As forecasted, this chip will be essential for all kids born after May 2014, but with a present confirmation date until May 2020.

(Nov 28 2016) - India Taking Steps Closer to Cashless Society
INDIA - The Bible warns about a mandatory mark, which will be implemented as part of a global payment system before the return of the Lord Jesus. The world is already drawing closer to that system through a series of transitional steps. In western nations like the United States, we have gradually adapted to paying without cash by using credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, swiping our cell phones, and a few U.S. retailers are even accepting payments using fingerprint scanners. So things are moving along here, but what about in other parts of the world?

(Nov 27 2016) - Problem, Reaction, Solution How the Govt Will Take Your Cash
NEW WORLD ORDER - Depending on who you ask, the idea of a cashless society is either a utopia of modern convenience or an Orwellian nightmare, but recent international events coupled with stories about ATM cyber-hacks are fair signals that a major push for the cashless society is under way & will intensify. In India, the govt just banned the use of two of the most commonly used bank notes, the 500 & 1000 rupee notes (worth about US$7 and $14 respectively), and is reportedly making a move to restrict gold imports. Citibank in Australia just announced that it would no longer accept coins or notes, opting instead for digital transactions only.

(Nov 25 2016) - The Airport of the Future Will Use Your Face as Your Passport
AMERICA - You wouldnt guess it if you are suffering long security lines and indifferent service at Americas airports this holiday season, but all this could soon be a thing of the past. New smart technology in which your face becomes your passport could transform the airport experience. And everybody agrees that this needs to happen. If there is one song both political parties are singing from the same sheet it is that we need to renew our transport infrastructure before it finally collapses from neglect. And airports appear to be high on the list.

(Nov 25 2016) - Scientists close to creating LIVING COMPUTER with HUMAN BRAIN
MASSACHUSETTS - Engineers at the University of Massachusetts are developing microprocessors which mimic biological synapses - the nerve cells which pass messages across the human body. The science fiction-style project is being undertaken by Joshua Yang and Qiangfei Xia, professors of electrical and computer engineering at the US college. Their work focuses heavily on memristors - a computer component which could change science forever, switching the focus from electronics to ionics. This means computers of the near-future will be able to shut on and off like a lightbulb, not losing any data or files in the process.

(Nov 09 2016) - Wireless Implant gives Paralyzed Monkeys Ability to Walk Again
U.S.A. - For patients paralyzed by a spinal cord injury, theres one impossible roadblock to full recovery. Any movements we execute starts with a series of neurons firing in our brains. The electric signal then travels down our backs to our spinal cords and triggers the specific nerves that controlby contracting and extendingall of our various muscles. When someone is paralyzed because of a spinal cord injury, like a broken neck, the path from brain to limbs is permanently disruptedkind of like an avalanche that blocks an otherwise accessible mountain trail. Even though both the brain and the limbs work, they cant communicate with each other, rendering the patient unable to move.

(Nov 03 2016) - Scientists Take Massive Step Towards The Mark of the Beast ...
CANADA - Scientists at the University of Calgary have created a brain chip which can mimic cellular function within the brain, marking a tipping point in biotechnology; and thus further paving the way for a fully functional Brain Computer Interface (BCI) which could be used as a form of the Mark of the Beast ... A brain implant which could complete functions on an external device is practically thought computing, except the brain chip in cooperation with another implant creates functions all on its own. Meaning that if an individual has one single thought out of line, 911 could easily be dialed, giving rise to thought based prosecuting. Brain chips are a part of the New World Order and are spoken of in scripture as a likely form of the Mark of the Beast.

(Oct 28 2016) - 10th graders asked to persuade people to get A Microchip ?
FLORIDA - Imagine you work for a human microchip company. The president has given you the opportunity to make a televised speech to the nation. What would you say to persuade people to get a microchip? The question you just read is not from WikiLeaks, and not from a biotechnology corporation, but rather it was the subject of a lesson being taught by a Public Florida High School to tenth graders. (And) ... after researching for the lesson online, the following similar lesson came up. It is by an author called Semantics Logic which uses the website Prezi to share presentations online for educational purposes.

(Oct 26 2016) - On their way - computers that can read your MIND and ...
OREGON - Voice-recognition technology can be useful for dictating text when you have no way of typing. But computers could soon be able to decode your thoughts into actual speech or written words, without you even saying a word. This kind of technology sounds like science fiction, but there are a variety of ways scientists are edging towards making it a reality, according to a new review. Computers that can read our minds might enhance the capabilities of already existing speech interfaces with devices, like Siri and Ok Google. But it could be even more important for those with speech difficulties, and even more so for patients who lack any speech or motor function at all.

(Oct 21 2016) - The brain chip that could turn you into a SUPERHUMAN
CALIFORNIA - The idea of implanting brain chips into people to give them superhuman memory might sound like the plot of the latest science fiction film. But one pioneering neuroscientist is ready to start trialling this futuristic technology in humans. The memory chips have already been successfully tested in rats, and could one day be a commercially available product to allow anyone to boost their memory. Dr Theodore Berger, who is designing the brain chips, is a professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Southern California.

(Oct 19 2016) - Worlds first biometric fingerprint scanner for newborns
JAPAN - Fingerprint biometric scanners might be a popular tool for law enforcement and securing smartphones, but it could also help improve vaccination rates in developing countries. Japanese tech firm NEC has developed what it claims is the worlds first fingerprint scanner that can be used to identify newborns and infants. The purpose of the technology, which was developed in conjunction with Anil Jain, a professor at Michigan State University, is to help track vaccination schedules for infants in developing countries where children often lack any official identification documents. The scanner may help healthcare providers in these areas identify babies and match them as they become older.

(Oct 19 2016) - Whos Powering the War on Cash ???
WORLD - On Monday in Japan, Apple CEO Tim Cook vented his spleen once more against physical currency, telling the Nikkei that we dont think the consumer particularly likes cash. Its a bizarre conclusion to reach, especially in Japan where cash is still the undisputed king. At 90 trillion ($885 billion), or about a fifth of gross domestic product, the value of banknotes in circulation is the highest in the world as a proportion of the economy. Many small businesses, including many restaurants, dont even take plastic. Yet, the country was also the first to popularize mobile wallets and smartphones. We would like to be a catalyst for taking cash out of the system, Cook said, his mind fixed on Apple Pay, which takes a cut on every transaction it processes.

(Oct 19 2016) - Apples Next Goal: A Cashless World
WORLD - Its official Apples next goal is to eliminate cash, within the next few years. Tim Cook, Apples homosexual CEO, claims that Apple Pay could be the catalyst that ultimately gets the world to switch from cash to total digital payments, and the New World Order. The late Steve Jobs brought the world a new way to look at technology, but Apple, under Tim Cook might just change how the world thinks about money. We would like to be a catalyst for taking cash out of the system, Cook said. We dont think the consumer particularly likes cash.

(Oct 18 2016) - 50% Already in Facial Recognition Network
AMERICA - Half of all American adults are already in some sort of facial recognition network accessible to law enforcement, according to a comprehensive new study. Conducted over a year and relying in part on Freedom of Information and public record requests to 106 law enforcement agencies, the study, conducted by Georgetown Laws Center on Privacy and Technology, found American police use of facial recognition technology is a scattered, hodgepodge network of laws and regulations.

(Oct 14 2016) - Collaboration to Develop Neuromorphic Chips ...
CALIFORNIA - Stanford University and Korean chip maker SK Hynix have entered into a partnership agreement, with the aim being the creation of a neuromorphic chip. The group is planning to develop the Artificial Neural Network Devices utilizing using newly discovered ferroelectric materials. The development could be a big step for the development of neuromorphic computing ... Neuromorphic chips are semiconductors that function almost as imitations of the thinking process of the human brain.

(Oct 05 2016) - Super Human: Australia ... Microchipping Its Citizens
AUSTRALIA - Australia may become the first country in the world to microchip its public. NBC news predicted that all Americans would be microchipped by 2017, but it seems Australia may have already beaten them to it. Back in 2010, CBS news reported that the Australian government had a potential RFID microchipping plan in the works related to the health care system. Now, it seems that this plan is beginning to unfold but the push is not a result of mandated health care reforms, but rather a clever propaganda campaign that equates RFID microchipping with becoming superhuman, and people are begging for it.

(Sep 27 2016) - MIND CONTROL & MARK OF THE BEAST Technologies
DARPA - Technology consultants to DARPA may claim the secretive Department of Defense only has innovation for the betterment of humanity in mind, but some of their most outlandish projects tell a different story. How do DARPAs projects interact with each other and what does this truly mean for us as a civilization ? DARPA has hacked into a squids nervous system in order to force the animal to change its colors. What does this mean for you and me?

(Aug 27 2016) - Israeli scientists use nanobots and thoughts to control ...
ISRAEL - Israeli scientists say they have come up with a way for brain power to control when drugs are released into the body, by using tiny robots made out of DNA to deliver the medication internally. Researchers at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya and Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan have built the nanobots to which medication is attached and then are injected into the body. The nanobots have a gate that opens or closes thereby controlling drug release depending on brain activity.

(Aug 24 2016) - Woman has MICROCHIPS implanted in both hands ...
AUSTRALIA - In a glimpse of what the future may hold, tiny microchips are being implanted in humans so they can unlock doors and get into their computers without using keys or passwords. Sydney woman Shanti Korporaal has had two implants inserted in her hands which she now uses like she has superhuman powers, the Adelaide Advertiser reports. Her goal now is to completely do away with her wallet and cards so that she can lead a futuristic lifestyle, and the sky's the limit as to what can be done next.

(Aug 14 2016) - Augmented Intelligence and Mark of the Beast
U.S.A. - Augmented Intelligence is the new term for Artificial Intelligence according to IBM; trailing close behind the IA movement are neural implants and advances toward the mark of the beast. The Artificial Intelligence industry is growing exponentially despite dire warnings of its threat to humanity by top tech executives. At the Code Conference, Elon Musk, CEO, and founder of Space-X issued yet another warning about AI. So if the creators and thinkers on AI believe it to be such a risk, why would they continue building it? Because they have found a way to counteract the AI. How? By making humans a part of the system through augmented intelligence.

(Aug 09 2016) - Implant Could Connect Humans to Machines ...
CALIFORNIA - A tiny implant the size of a grain of sand has been created that can connect computers to the human body without the need for wires or batteries, opening up a host of futuristic possibilities. One of the inventors, Professor Michel Maharbiz, of University of California, Berkeley, said: "I think the long-term prospects for neural dust are not only within nerves and the brain, but much broader. Having access to in-body telemetry has never been possible because there has been no way to put something super-tiny super-deep [in the body]."

(Aug 05 2016) - Most Think Technology Developed Will Benefit the 1%
AMERICA - Upgrades are not just for software anymore. Humans are steadily gaining access to technologies that enhance our brains and bodies. But most Americans, says the Pew Research Center, see this as yet another way for the haves to get a leg up over the have-nots. Scientists are already working on synthetic blood substitutes to boost strength and endurance, brain implants to improve concentration and information processing, and gene splicing techniques that hack the human genome with surgical precision. Most of these techniques are designed to prevent debilitating diseases. Eventually, they will allow us to redesign our genetic inheritance.

(Aug 04 2016) - A Biotracker Implantable to Monitor Super Soldiers
SAN FRAN - The San Francisco-based outfit has been tapped by U.S. Department of Defense agencies to develop health-tracking systems for soldiers. The $7.5 million grant was awarded jointly by DARPA and the U.S. Army Research Office (ARO). Its implantable biosensors will be used to continuously monitor the body chemistry of soldiers, which they hope will contribute to the enhancement of mission efficiency. But Profusa's stated aim has more to do with health monitoring, and less to do with tin-foil hat surveillance.

(Aug 04 2016) - Hackers could get inside your BRAIN !!!
WASHINGTON - Cyberthieves might be mining personal information from your brainwaves at this very moment. And although this may sound like a plot from a science fiction film, it is a growing concern among researchers who have demanded officials implement a privacy and security framework to block hackers from reading our neural signals. Experts at the University of Washington have revealed how hackers could inserting images into dodgy apps and recording our brain's unintentional reaction using brain-computer interfaces.

(Jul 27 2016) - A 1/3 Say Microchip Implanted in Brain OKAY ???
AMERICA - Over one-third of Americans would not only accept a microchip implant in their brain, but would be "enthusiastic" about the receiving the device to 'enhance their thinking power.' Once the subject of dystopian science fiction novels, three emerging technologies served as a focal point for a new survey to glean the public's willingness to accept what many would call exceedingly invasive biomedical 'enhancements.' Pew Research Center surveyed 4,726 adults - 47 of whom additionally agreed to participate in focus groups ...

(Jul 26 2016) - Christians to Science: Leave Our Bodies How God Made Them
U.S.A. - Gene editing, brain chip implants, and synthetic blood may reduce the risk of disease, sharpen minds, and improve body strength. But messing around with nature in order to enhance humans isn't something many Americans are excited about. A new survey from the Pew Research Center asked approximately 4,700 adults what they thought of three potential medical procedures that could improve human life. For each, adults were more worried than enthusiastic.

(Jul 25 2016) - Ready to go cashless ?
THAILAND - The trend towards a cashless society is picking up steam as the government advances rapidly towards the use of electronic cash as part of its pursuit of a digital economy. However, legal experts have raised concerns about security, privacy, crime and computerisation -- issues that will crop up from giving the government, central bank and designated financial institutions absolute monetary control. The government is making it compulsory for all companies to enter the national e-payment system by 2019 to transform Thailand from a cash-based society to a cashless one.

(Jul 14 2016) - 68% of Europeans want to use biometric authentication
EUROPE - Over two thirds (68 percent) of consumers across Europe are interested in using biometrics when making a payment, especially when integrated with other security measures. According to new research from Visa, 73% see two-factor authentication as a secure way to confirm an account holder. Responses were collected from more than 14,000 European consumers in the UK, Sweden, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Poland.

(Jul 11 2016) - It's Here! 'Mark of The Beast' Technology ...
AMERICA - According to a report on Healthcare Daily, Children's Health has begun offering patients an ingestible microchip and digital patch that can track whether or not an individual has taken his medicine and monitor diagnostics. The technology is eerily similar to something we Christians have been warning about for years, technology that involves an "implantable chip (or in this case a digestible chip)" known as "The Mark of the Beast." Revelation 13:7 "No one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name." While this chip does not require one to "buy or sell" it is a step in that direction and furthers Satan's goal to microchip all.

(Jul 03 2016) - Scientists Create Mind-Reading Software ...
OREGON - Is it just me, or are there way too many ways scientists and government agencies are trying to read minds these days? In the article below, I suppose some "marginal level of comfort" can be derived from the statement saying that it was scientists from the University of Oregon who invented the new mind-reading system, however I stress the words "marginal comfort." Why ... ?

(Jul 01 2016) - All Israelis will have to join Biometric Database
ISRAEL - Interior Minister Arye Dery announced on Thursday that starting next year, joining the biometric database will be obligatory. "From now on anyone obtaining a document from the Interior Ministry, whether an ID card or a passport, will receive a biometric one. We've decided on having this database and we'll soon decide what will be included in it," Dery said at a ceremony marking the millionth person to join the biometric database, which was held at the new Population and Immigration Authority office in south Tel Aviv.

(Jun 29 2016) - Report: No more passwords in a decade
U.S.A. - TeleSign released a report that found that 69% of security professionals believe usernames and passwords alone no longer provide sufficient security and 72% predict passwords will be phased out within nine years. Beyond the Password: The Future of Account Security shows that security professionals are turning to behavioral biometrics and two-factor authentication to secure user accounts. Additional findings from the report include ...

(Jun 21 2016) - Goodbye, Password. Banks Opt to Scan Fingers & Faces Instead
U.S.A. - The banking password may be about to expire - forever. Some of the nation's largest banks, acknowledging that traditional passwords are either too cumbersome or no longer secure, are increasingly using fingerprints, facial scans and other types of biometrics to safeguard accounts. Millions of customers at Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo routinely use fingerprints to log into their bank accounts through their mobile phones. This feature, which some of the largest banks have introduced in the last few months, is enabling a huge share of American banking customers to verify their identities with biometrics. And millions more are expected to opt in as more phones incorporate fingerprint scans.

(Jun 08 2016) - Your Fingerprint Is About To Control Your Life
AMERICA - Biometrics - the use of unique human characteristics to identify an individual - and the Internet of Things are each furiously speeding toward the future, though not necessarily in lock step. If the two have one trait in common it is convenience. (1) Our networked IoT help us keep the house at the perfect temperature, advise us on utility usage and brew us a perfect cup of coffee. (2) Biometrics can allow us to access our smart appliances without the hassle of remembering user names or passwords.

(Jun 03 2016) - Why's there such a push for Mark Of The Beast Technology ???
WORLD - We always knew that it was coming. All over the world, govts & big corporations are pushing us toward a fundamentally different way of doing things. They insist that this new way will be more safe, more secure & more efficient. They're telling us that we should embrace new technology & be open to new ways of buying & selling. And they assure us that new methods of identification will not be intrusive & will simply allow them to crack down on criminals such as identity thieves, tax evaders & terrorists. But could it be possible that there is more going on here than we are being told? Could it be possible that we should actually be highly alarmed by this huge push for Mark of the Beast technology?

Rev 13:14-18
And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live. And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

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