Tag: mark of the beast
Terminator Genisys is a real-time message from the New World Order, and it’s “coming soon to a theater near you”, as the old saying goes. Terminator Genisys is a warning to a sleeping world, daring us to wake up and address it.
The new EMV credit card system the U.S. is set to migrate to by October, 2015. Also going away is the ability to sign for your purchases, that will no longer be necessary.
Hannes Sjoblad says he and the Swedish Biohacking Group have objective – preparing us all for the day when others want to chip us.
“Then will be a 1,000, then 10,000. I am convinced that this technology is here to stay and we will think it nothing strange to have an implant in their hand.”
Biometric experts recently gathered at the first meeting of the Interpol Facial Expert Working Group to begin development on international facial recognition standards, according to a report by Eurasia Review.
Technology will move from existing outside our bodies to residing inside us. That’s the next big frontier. Here are nine signs that implantable tech is here now, growing rapidly, and that it will be part of your life (and your body) in the near future.
The Apple Watch represents a redrawing of the map that locates technology in one place and our bodies in another. The line between the two will never be as easy to find again.
On tonight’s program, we visit the books of Revelation, Matthew and Daniel to see what God says about the timing and the revealing of the Antichrist and the Mark of the Beast.
You can pay with Apple Watch — just double-click the button next to the Digital Crown and hold the face of your Apple Watch near the contactless reader. A gentle pulse and beep confirm that your payment information was sent.
A Brisbane man is living the life of the future after having a microchip implanted under his skin so he can control electronic devices with just a wave of a hand.
Verichip Corp. launched it’s very first product early on in 2002, and it has given birth to a massive technology boom that covers all across every sector of science and technology to the tune of billions of dollars per year.
Disney files patent applications to use drones at parks. Tens of thousands of people all with RFID tracking devices in a controlled space makes for quite the petri dish, wouldn’t you say?
The National Football League announced today that it will install Zebra Technologies’ real-time location system (RTLS) for sports in 17 stadiums during the 2014 NFL season. This innovative technology will track players and officials, providing location based data known as “Next Gen Stats” to fans.
VivaLnk, Inc. has announced the world’s first commercial eSkin™ electronics product, Digital Tattoo that works on Motorola’s Moto X smartphone, developed with Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects Group.
“The system will also allow us to do things we never thought about,” John Alan Moore, the Hilton hotel’s director of security and life, says in a Hilton press release.
A method of wirelessly transferring power to devices embedded deep in the body could lead to a new era of ‘electronic medicine’, say researchers. The technology developed in California could eliminate the bulky batteries and clumsy recharging systems that hinder wider use of medical implants.
Chances are you’re carrying a couple of RFID microchips now. And if you are, they’re sending out a 15-digit number that identifies you. That number can be picked up by what’s called an ISO compliant scanner. And they’re everywhere, too.
A Silicon Valley company called Knightscope is currently testing a prototype robot designed to detect and monitor criminal activity, much the way a police officer or a security guard would.
On tonight’s show we look at the how God marks His people with a special mark, and how the Devil marks his people as well. The surprising part is that most of this is found in the Old Testament.
Means for harvesting power directly from natural processes of the body represent attractive alternatives for these and future types of biomedical devices.
Google has just acquired Nest for $3.2 billion. Nest had built a thermostat “that adjusts to your living patterns.” It also developed a fire alarm that links to the thermostat. Basically, observers think getting the Nest technology allows Google to learn what we are doing when we are not on the internet.
What may sound like a futuristic set-up is approaching faster than anyone anticipated. Welcome to the ‘always on’ smarthome.
This holiday season some parents are going high-tech and getting their child a watch that tracks their every move.
Google-owned Motorola Mobility has filed for a patent, published last week, for a system “that comprises an electronic skin tattoo capable of being applied to a throat region of a body.”