Did you know?

Did you know?

  • that China plans to issue new high-tech identification cards
    to its 1.26 billion people. The plastic cards will be embedded with a microchip
    and will be more difficult for counterfeiters to produce. The existing
    plastic-coated paper ID cards, containing an ID number, the holder's photograph,
    name, sex and birth date, will be phased out over the next 5 years.
  • that Applied Digital Solutions will begin beta testing their
    'Digital Angel®' device beginning July 15. The first production run of
    Digital Angel® has begun in the form of a wristwatch. The original brief was
    that the device would be implanted under the skin, but recently ADS have said
    they have "no plan at this time for implant technology." When
    approached by World Net Daily about claims that Digital Angel fits the
    description given of the mark of the beast in Revelation 13:16-17, Peter Zhou
    chief scientist objected, "I am a Christian, but I don't think [that
    argument] makes sense," he told WND. "The purpose of the device is to
    save your life and improve the quality of life. There's no connection to the
    Bible. There are different interpretations of the Bible. My interpretation is,
    anything to improve the quality of life is from God. The Bible says, 'I am the
    God of living people.' We not only live, we live well." Dr Zhou believes
    the device will take off quickly, "Fifty years from now this will be very,
    very popular. Fifty years ago the thought of a cell phone, where you could walk
    around talking on the phone, was unimaginable. Now they are everywhere,"
    Zhou explained. Just like the cell phone, Digital Angel® "will be a
    connection from yourself to the electronic world. It will be your guardian,
    protector. It will bring good things to you." "We will be a hybrid of
    electronic intelligence and our own soul," Zhou concluded. For further
    information on Digital Angel, check out their website
    www.digitalangel.net or
    the complete article from World Net Daily on
    www.worldnetdaily.com