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The indoctrination is almost complete and waiting for the main character to take the stage
“But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book,even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.” Daniel 12:4
The world as we know it has irrevocably changed in many ways. Nearly 6 years of the Obama reign of lawlessness has wreaked unfixable havoc on our nation. Things that will never be undone, like the Marxist Obamacare that is slowly but certainly easing us off the Constitution as our basis of law. And after 20 full years of the world’s love affair with the personal computer and the Internet, we are about to change again, and it will not be for the better.
The march to “always on” is a three-fold deal. Step One was getting us in front of our devices, and getting us to fall in love with them. Have them become an indispensable part of our personal and business lives and routines. That objective has been fully realized and accomplished. Step Two is happening right now, technology is shifting from being in front of us to being on us. They call it “wearable technology”. Write it down because you are about to be bombarded by it from every aspect of your life. Just as you rarely ever see someone without their “smart device”, soon you will see just about every one wearing their smart device as a watch, nano-shirt, or beamed on our skin as in the above illustration. The list goes on and on.
Step Three will be the installation of our smart technology inside our bodies. Your pulse and venous system will act as the active recharging elements, and all functions how carried out with mouse and keyboard will be done via eye motions and voice commands.
Read this from Time magazine, and then you tell us if this is all a “conspiracy theory or not. But we already know the answer:
What might post-humanity be like? The paradox of a wearable device is that it both gives you control and takes it away at the same time. Consider the watch’s fitness applications. They capture all data that your body generates, your heart and activity and so on, gathers it up and stores and returns it to you in a form you can use. Once the development community gets through apping it, there’s no telling what else it might gather. This will change your experience of your body. The wristwatch made the idea of not knowing what time it was seem bizarre; in five years it might seem bizarre not to know how many calories you’ve eaten today, or what your resting heart rate is.
But wearables also ask you to give up control. Your phone will start telling you what you should and shouldn’t eat and how far you should run. It’s going to get in between you and your body and mediate that relationship. Wearables will make your physical self visible to the virtual world in the form of information, an indelible digital body-print, and that information is going to behave like any other information behaves these days. It will be copied and circulated. It will go places you don’t expect. People will use that information to track you and market to you. It will be bought and sold and leaked—imagine a data-spill comparable to the recent iCloud leak, only with Apple Watch data instead of naked selfies.
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. Once you’re OK with wearing technology, the only way forward is inward: the next product launch after the Apple Watch would logically be the iMplant. If Apple succeeds in legitimizing wearables as a category, it will have successfully established the founding node in a network that could spread throughout our bodies, with Apple setting the standards. Then we’ll really have to decide how much control we want—and what we’re prepared to give up for it.
Prepare to be chipped.