A company has created an ink that can be used as a RFID. Now, I might not be a Christian, but Revelation fascinates me, after reading this article, does it not sound like the mark of the beast? They plan on tattooing humans with this? Invisible RFID Ink Safe for Cattle and people.
The 2006 Agricultural Identification Survey that is being sent out, is a violation of our fourth amendment.
Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.) is pushing for NAIS to become mandatory.
Former President Eisenhower is reported to have said, "big government had better get out of the way and let the people have what they want."
The company is trying to ride the RFID bandwagon - the ink has absolutely _nothing_ to do with RFID.
They are hoping that people will use their system instead of RFID.
When you get a box from UPS you often see a square with a bunch of dots in it. That is similar to this system - they use an array of dots. The special ink allows an electronic or camera reader to see the dots even when they are covered with hair. It's the same thing as a tattoo, but with a specific ink.
Thank you for clarifying Adam,
Either way, I am not volunteering for it to be used on my animals or on myself.
I like my tats, but this. . .
I hate confusing the two notions. They need to be kept separate. "The Mark of the Beast" from Revelations does not concern me. NAIS does. I have used the former term to refer to the latter, but only sarcastically. I believe many diregard the concerns regarding NAIS believing it is a scapegoat of the far right when a connection is put forth in seriousness. Let's leave religion out of it. We are all atheists in another's religion.
Fool--You are correct---the two should be separated since to speak only in terms of christianity causes others to tune out and not notice the "real" issue, and it is not entirely a christian issue (though you can see why some go down that road)
As you know Phelan I have stated I am a Christian. We went through a class and studied this issue of Revelations. Some thought it happened in John"s time and wouldn't come again, some were undecided and some thought it still was to come. No matter how you see it or if you don't believe it at all---it is somewhat "scary" (Nais and the tattoo ink) and does kind of smack in that direction doesn't it. Makes a person wonder.
My husband also brought up a point about children born in hospitals---now I am sure I don't have to explain further to you what we are thinking in regards to invisible ink.
The above was deleted because I mis-spoke.
Thank you both for responding.
I recently received a response about NAIS from Senator Feingold D-Wi. I called him on being a defender of personal rights, but leaning towards supporting NAIS. His answer beat around the bush. I'll try to post it sometime.
Not up on this issue, but the possibilities of use in humans is very scary, indeed!
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