Home » Science & Tech » Computers


ALL Americans will be microchipped in less than three years


Remember the “mark of the beast” from the Bible? Well, guess what? Looks like it might finally be coming to pass, and all Americans – of all religious backgrounds (and the non-religious) are about to get marked by the massive beast of government. For the record, the “mark of the beast” was referred to in the Book of Revelation, 13:16: It also ...

Read More »

Microchip implant will become necessary to live

microchip implant, technology, science, privacy

Phone technology will transition to microchip implant You might not like or believe it, but odds are something is tracking you. Your cell phone or other technological device you use on a daily basis has a RFID chip inside of it that documents your location. A transmitter can determine your location through a 15 digit code the chip releases. Those ...

Read More »

Google Wants to Plant a Computer Chip in Your Head


Google wants to eventually implant computer chips in the heads of its users. Though it sounds like something out of the Twilight Zone, it may be closer to reality than we imagine. The largest, most powerful Web search engine in the universe is after your brains. Maybe not in the most direct zombie sense, but Google envisions a world where ...

Read More »

The Ballad of John McAfee


An American expatriate, corrupt South American police officers, anti-virus software, poisoned pets, and a murder mystery… Does it sound like a Hollywood screenplay, or a series of true events? It’s both… and it’s what makes up the story of John McAfee, a fugitive, a drug user, a millionaire, and a larger-than-life individual who went to a lot of trouble to ...

Read More »

Your Internet is Being Watched


In case you didn’t think it was happening already, Google released information the other day showing that they have given the government more information about their users than ever before. In the report, which details January until June of this year, Google says that they were given a request for 16,000  sets of information on people.  They gave up roughly ...

Read More »