Did you know?

Did you know?

Did you know?

  • that Applied Digital Solutions are looking at the
    application of their Verichip technology in the financial world. In their
    press release on the 6th June we read the following: "...Since first
    announcing VeriChip last December, the company has referred to VeriChip's
    applications in the security, emergency identification and healthcare fields.
    For the first time, the company is now providing additional insights into very
    promising applications for VeriChip in the defence, security and financial
    sectors... In the financial
    arena, the company sees enormous, untapped potential for VeriChip as a
    personal verification technology that could help to prevent fraudulent access
    to banking (especially via ATMs) and credit card accounts. VeriChip's
    tamper-proof, personal verification technology would provide banking and
    credit card customers with the added protection of knowing their accounts
    could not be accessed unless they themselves initiated -- and were physically
    present during -- the transaction.
  • that a new survey has found that, even when their parents
    say "no," nearly six of 10 young people keep nagging -- an average
    of nine times. The survey... also found that 10 percent of 12- and
    13-year-olds said they ask their parents more than 50 times for products
    they've seen advertised. ...55 percent said they can usually get their parents
    to give in.
  • that at the current rates of growth, Jews will not be the
    majority population between the Jordan and the Mediterranean within eight
    years says Minister of the Interior, Eli Yeshai. As it stands now, there is a
    growing number of IDF soldiers who refuse to take the oath of allegiance on
    the Tanakh, but rather insist on doing so on the New Testament.