TECHNO HISTORY


- As far back as 1973, Senior Scholastics introduced school age children to the concept of buying and selling using numbers. April 20, 1976 - a pantent is granted for an apparatus which remotely monitors and alters human brain waves.

- In 1980, US News and World Report points out, that the Federal Government was contemplating "National Identity Cards," without which nobody could work or conduct business.

- The Denver Post Sun followed up in 1981, claiming the implants could "someday replace ID cards." The June 21, 1981 story read in part , "The chip is placed in a needle which is affixed to a simple syringe containing an anti-bacterial solution. The needle is capped and ready to forever identify somebody - using the body as a conductor for natural energy."

- The Emigration of Control Act of 1996, Section 100, permits the injection of microchips for identification purposes. This might be referred to as an invisible tattoo or electronic media under the skin.

- In August 1998, scientist Kevin Warwick made headlines when surgeoens implanted a 23-by-3 mm silicon chip transponder into his arm for nine days. The chip succesfully sent and received signals, but was not connected to his nervous system.

- Project Cyborg 2.0 is succesfully completed in the Summer of 2001 when Kevein Warwick hooks up his nervous system with digital code, breaking the barriers of science, reality, and reaching the ultimate goal of humanism.

- Humanity is not willing to implant chips under their skin under the global economical crash of 2013. We then all accept the implants in an effort to get humanity back on it's feet. With all the tattoos and body piercing running rampant in popular culture before the Great Crash this was an easy task.

 

 

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