June 21, 2012
It’s been hailed as the ultimate in personal identification and human tracking technology, and now it’s going mainstream. The VeriMed system, formerly known as the Verichip, is a passive RFID microchip measuring about the size of a grain of rice and is implantable under your skin, making it possible for health care providers and other parties to instantly access your medical history and other personally identifying information.
November 25, 2012
Proponents of these new technologies and cooperative efforts always point out the positive aspects, such as convenience, security, lower costs, and improved quality, speed, and efficiency in the delivery of goods and services. Little is said about the negative aspects of this public intrusion into what were once private personal affairs. Under the banner of science and technology, the governments of the world are rushing to complete the Antichrist’s economic and political system for him–the very system the Bible warns against. Revelation 13:16-18
Pro-family groups are going on the offensive to stop an incoming barrage of internationalists' treaties as voters approve ballot measures on "children's rights."
Michael F. Haverluck
November 16, 2012
The results are in ... and parents in Ireland voted for their own defeat -- conceding that they are not fit to make decisions about raising their own children. They effectively handed over their parental rights to their own children and the government Saturday, as the final poll results show this week that 57 percent -- versus 43 percent -- of Irish voters believe that “children’s rights” should usurp their own when making crucial decisions on the upbringing of Irish youth.
November 20, 2012
The sense of hearing is probably as powerful to a human as being able to see. Hearing helps us match a sight with a sound to evoke the right judgement — a slammed door and an angry face is a negative experience, for instance. It’s no surprise, then, that researchers are trying to add hearing to robots then.
October 26, 2012
From the Forum
May 22, 2012
Each week a global thinker from the worlds of philosophy, science, psychology or the arts is given a minute to put forward a radical, inspiring or controversial idea – no matter how improbable – that they believe would change the world.