“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.” Revelation 13:16,17
Students of bible prophecy have long speculated when the technology would get to the point where the Mark of the Beast implant, as described in Revelation 13, could be internally charged by the human body.
That day just arrived.
Daily Mail UK: Forget carrying around a charger – you next mobile could be powered by the beating of your heart, researchers have revealed.
A team of US and Chinese researchers has revealed a tint implantable battery they have used to power a pacemaker. It converts the constant movement of organs such as the heart, lungs and diaphragm into energy.
It the future, they say, it could be used to power a range of gadgets. The tiny piezoelectric power plants are comprised of lead zirconate titanate nanoribbons, housed in biocompatible plastic.
How It Works: The small strip converts the constant movement of organs such as the heart, lungs and diaphragm into energy. The tiny piezoelectric power plants are comprised of lead zirconate titanate nanoribbons, housed in biocompatible plastic. There’s also an integrated rectifier that converts the electric signal and a tiny rechargeable battery, all encased in the same plastic. To produce more power, multiple units could be placed on an organ, the team believe.
‘Heart rate monitors, pacemakers, cardioverter-defibrillators, and neural stimulators constitute broad classes of electronic implants that rely on battery power for operation,’ the team wrote
‘Means for harvesting power directly from natural processes of the body represent attractive alternatives for these and future types of biomedical devices.
‘Here we demonstrate a complete, flexible, and integrated system that is capable of harvesting and storing energy from the natural contractile and relaxation motions of the heart, lung, and diaphragm at levels that meet requirements for practical applications.’ source – Daily Mail