Would you want a tattoo embedded with all your medical & financial information?

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So many candidates for the Mark of the Beast!
Here’s the latest.
Some of us may soon willingly carry a tattoo embedded with a person’s financial and medical information.
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CBS New York reports, Jan. 29, 2016, that a software company called Chaotic Moon has developed a “tech tattoo” that gets embedded into a person’s arm and can track a person’s financial and medical information.
Eric Schneider, the company’s hardware creative technologist, explains the tattoo can monitor if a person is about to get sick, and transmits this information wirelessly to a mobile app or computer being monitored by one’s health professionals. He enthuses, “Rather than going to the doctor once a year for your physical, this tech tattoo can be something you put on your body once a year and it monitors everything that they would do in a physical and it sends that to your doctor, and if there’s an issue they can call you. So the tech tattoos can really tie in everything into one package. It can look at early signs of fever, your vital signs, heart rate, everything it needs to look at to notify you that you’re getting sick or your child is getting sick.”
The tattoo would also carry one’s financial information. Schneider says: “We carry wallets around and they are so vulnerable. With the tech tattoo you can carry all your information on your skin and when you want your credit card information or your ID, you can pull that up automatically through the system.” he said.
The tattoos are made with “electro conductive ink” that contain various sensors, and in some cases tiny microchips. The makers say they will last for up to a year.
Tim Moynihan of Wired magazine thinks there could be a future with these tech tattoos because 20% of Americans already have tattoos, though not “tech” tattoos.
Lance Ulanoff of Mashable also lauds the “tech tats” because of their potential use to track missing children or check up on soldiers in combat.
Cosmetic company L’Oreal also offers a temporary tattoo that can track UV exposure and alert people if they’re in danger of burning.
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0 responses to “Would you want a tattoo embedded with all your medical & financial information?

  1. put them in the Muslim refugees

    • Brilliant idea!
      We are told that the government loses track of them almost immediately after those Syrian refugees get here. We can track them with tech tats.
      Of course, being a good idea, this will never happen. 🙁

    • Good idea! Put the mark of the beast on the beast’s servants.

  2. Over my empty clip and dead body!

  3. Who could imagine this one hundred years ago? How did John find out and tell us about it won thousand years ago? Because, two thousand years ago, he was told to warn us, and now it is known and understood by almost everyone. Only God could do that. If you have left Him, go back. If less than hot, run to Him. Warn others, the alternative will cause an eternity of great regret.

    • A good point you bring up, marble. Further proof the Bible was inspired of God.
      How could one possibly foretell something, like this, 2 thousand years ago, when long-distance communication consisted of a fast horse and a messenger and the only electricity came from the sky.
      People who deny the Bible are in for a rude awakening. May those people continue their denial – the ground desperately needs fertilizer…

    • Reply to self: “Did you, or was it someone else, who wrote the seventh word on the second line as “won” when “one” was intended? As an add on, who is tampering with my correction? For example, just now, writing “is” as “lies”. That is not what is is.

  4. Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
    Per Revelation/Apocalypse 13: 16, passport for express trip to help.

  5. “20% of Americans already have tattoos”
    gee, could it be that tattoos have been heavily propagandized in this country for the past few years (virtually everywhere there is hollyweird in music and movies there are tattoos, temporary tattoos for children, and tattoos in religious sects as well) and now they are pushing this new “tattoo” on the public to try?
    I’ll pass on this “new” technology…

  6. The good old days, when those with tattoos were only sailors who occasionally drank too much in a foreign port. Or anyone besotted in Tijuana.

  7. I do not think that I would favor a tech tat for military personnel. If a soldier was captured by the type of enemy we have fought since 1941, the tattoo might be carved out and used as bait.

  8. They can put all the tattoos on me they want.
    -After I’m dead.

  9. Progressive left/libtards will want to make this mandatory.

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  11. The medical chip or tattoo may be a good thing for diabetics, cancer patients, or persons with allergies, etc., etc. The Mark of the Beast comes in by WHO is fronting this: Bankers, corporations, governments. That’s the problem.
    Well, so much for the Age we’re living in!

    • I don’t think you’re fully comprehending the meaning of this.
      Two thousand years ago we were told that ANYONE taking “the mark”, though saving their life, would be damned to hell. Are you willing to gamble with yours? Can you honestly believe any “human” telling you “it’s ok, it’s just for medical purposes”???
      After what we’ve been witnessing, especially since 1948, are you SURE it’s a meaningless, innocent “tattoo”? If you’re not willing to borrow a million dollars and place your bet, how much do you value “your” hereafter?
      As for me, over my empty clip AND dead body!

  12. No thank you, I have enough marks from age on my body without decorating it with tats.
    And the fact they are hiding behind the concern for my medical information to obtain my financial information is a load of crock. I have done fine for decades taking care of myself and keeping my own records. Not sure how my financial information is anyone else’s business. You know it is only a matter of time before someone creates a scanner and can hack you.
    Just another way for the liberals to control our lives.

    • Nothing “man made” can be trusted ever completely controlled or lives/stands forever. That’s a FACT that history proves, day after day.
      Only nature, un-corrupted, can be trusted.

    • I imagine people with this mark and others like it will be able to be “hacked”.
      I wouldn’t be surprised if a “virus” isn’t hacked into their bodies. We’ve all grown accustomed to computer viruses…imagine a computer virus in a human. This reminds me of that wretchedly violent movie called “Kingsman”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingsman:_The_Secret_Service

      • Indeed, MomOfIV! I made the mistake of renting Kingsman from Netflix, and regretted it. Extreme gratuitous violence, plentiful F-bombs, and a reference to anal sex at the end. It was utterly repugnant.

  13. I doubt this is the “mark of the beast” personally given my understanding of it vs the mark of God (and/or His words in the hand and forehead as well, the verses relating to God’s words and hands and foreheads is perverted by the neo-pharisaic cult and is the reason they wear “phylacteries”/tefillin on their arms and foreheads)… but that does not mean that this is anything good either, and it will probably be abused to monitor prisoners as well as those that willingly volunteer (like how “anti-depressants” were.) perhaps before it is tossed onto the public at large (prisoners and “volunteers” being the guinea pigs for beta-testing.)
    One thing that probably will remain a hindrance though, is that “chips” and such forced into the skin tend to produce irritation and/or cancer and other unwanted side-effects, which may dissuade people from getting them, if the immediately evident creepy factor doesn’t.

    • Have you considered titanium pins, rods and other implants, that do not cause “rejection” reactions?
      These “marks” would likely be bio-metric, meaning they’re not much different that a graft, and unlikely to be rejected.
      Believe what you will but the fact that anyone, who wants to “implant” a population, has NOTHING GOOD in mind.

      • Titanium at least is a singular material, but the composite stuff used for chips seems to be unfavorable to the flesh for now… but I’d presume the devil worshipers are working on that… after all they already tried with “digital angel” which became “verichip” and is likely to become something else (I doubt nanite powder will sit well with a human body, as much as the transhumanist fanatics wish it to) keep an eye on that name & product, though.
        My main concerns are more with when people start getting cybernetics, or worse… genetically engineered/augmented organic material, say synthetic organs or augmented tissues/organs. Its hard to dig out a “chip” when the “chip” is made out of Nucleic Acids/proteins, which they also may be shooting for (after all the bio-weapons divisions of various countries are still active, they just get no press… folks have long suspected AIDS to have an origin in government labs, for example, that research is probably also being utilized for other things).
        We need to remember though, science is limited, and man cannot become God, so hopefully their evil projects will meet with more failure than success… if the “resident evil” video games are anything to go by, they want to make such terrors, but might be incapable of going to that extent.

  14. Can I use it to check out at the store and start my car?
    Can I skip getting felt up at the airport?
    Hey watching Hillary caterwalling yesterday, acting like a new bride after swindling a win from Bernie the burnout.
    Wasn’t he the tamborine player in the Fugs?
    Didn’t he co-author that book “1001 ways to live without working”; and
    wasn’t he co-chair of the man-boy love league with that other hairy animal Alan Ginsberg?
    That’s Bernie’s speed, not POTUS.
    POTUS is not Hillary’s speed either for that matter
    Anyway, watching her, there was Bill standing there slack jawed and like lost in space, so I thought the device could be implanted in his pocket rocket and he could press a button whenever it was Go time.


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