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Manchester City smart scarf wraps data-collecting sensors around fans’ necks (arstechnica.com)

Hungry for data, soccer club pilots The Connected Scarf.

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lgageharleya
lgageharleya
3 months ago

Well, the alien abductions should slow down since we’re giving them what they want so willingly now.

piscesmarie
piscesmarie
3 months ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

😁

Lee
Lee
3 months ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Serious question, what exactly would they want with this data? Genetic information? There are always the theories about aliens manipulating genes or using humans for cloning purposes but I’m really not sure what to make of all that. I think there is something out there but would be virtually impossible to verify any of it.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
3 months ago
Reply to  Lee

I’m guessing to fine tune targeted weapons and remote influence? All the artificial organs and processes they make, and the splicing of different species.
If they’ve seeded a particular area with a new agent they’re testing on us. I’m sure they’ve also used it to study frequency impacts on the body and emotions…I can think of a load of reasons. If they want to experiment in making alterations, they need to know their subjects.
Cloning has been around for awhile now.

Lee
Lee
3 months ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

Very good points indeed. I am aware of the targeted weapon concept… Often using soundwaves undetectable to the human ear, microwaves, etc. I recall that creepy post a while back claiming that NASA had designed a laser that could identify someone by their heartbeat from space.
Sounds like science fiction and frankly I don’t believe anything NASA claims; however, I do think some of this insane technology is truly out there and can only be used for nefarious purposes. It’s often been said that the government has access to technology 50+ years in advance of what the public has access to. Where are they getting it from?
As for cloning, I know it’s been around for some time now… But everything I’ve seen involving it has usually been something of a failure. They claim success if a zygote lives for a few days… Or if a cloned animal dies from genetic defects shortly after birth. They still call it a success…
Though perhaps that is just another psyop and the reality is that the technology is far more advanced than we know.

A E
A E
3 months ago
Reply to  Lee

Yes, I think they’ve been walking around for decades.
The ones involved know how much public resistance there still is because they put those feelers out to test the waters. Nothing to get all worked up about if they can’t do it yet, right?
But clones seem like they must be souless by nature. They seem to me to be driverless vehicles ripe for a hitchiking consciousness. The body is just a vehicle by which we have license to interact physically in this natural realm.

Last edited 3 months ago by lgageharleya
Alias
Alias
3 months ago

The new currency is not Bitcoin it’s your personal data