On Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021, the World Economic Forum issued a video on its Twitter account with five future recommendations, one of which is a tracking system based on a person’s unique “heartbeat.”
Facemasks impact facial tracking, according to the video, and our heartbeat, like our face, is unique.
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According to the video, NASA created a device that uses a laser to identify a person’s heartbeat.
This is how our lives could soon look.
— World Economic Forum (@wef) August 17, 2021
The Pentagon created the prototype gadget to distinguish a unique “cardiac signature” even when it was 220 yards (200 meters) distant and traveling through clothing, according to a 2019 MIT Technology Review published.
Unlike the face or movement, the cardiac signature cannot be changed or masked and remains constant, according to the publication.
While the other recommendations are not as alarming, they do indicate that our lives will alter dramatically following the introduction of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, also known as COVID-19, and that they will attempt to lead us to that future.
The first of the proposals is for a future workplace that will meet three criteria:
It can be utilized as a customer showroom.
It will include a research lab.
There will be a gathering area for coworkers.
The second plan is to construct “15-minute places,” which would be neighborhoods within 15 minutes of one’s home (walking distance). In other words, places to go for fun or distraction, such as gyms, pubs, and art galleries, are all close by.
The third suggestion is “ghost kitchens,” where people may order meals from a menu and have them delivered to their homes.
The fourth proposal, which we discussed before, is heartbeat tracking.
The fifth idea is to combine home-based and face-to-face learning in a hybrid education.
"Never let a crisis go to waste"
The cheery muzak lulls you into staying within 15 minute walks of your pod and eating the ghost-kitchen prepared bugs.
i don't want to be id'ed by my heartbeat just to ease the task for Big Brother's AI flummoxed by the forever-mask it mandated! https://t.co/CEFmDPlD38
— BrendanEich (@BrendanEich) August 17, 2021
These plans, as expected, have their adversaries who have made their presence apparent on social media.
Brendan Eich, one of the co-founders of Mozilla and Firefox, stated on Twitter that he does not want to make it simpler for Big Brother to control us through our heartbeats. He did not, however, agree with the rest of the ideas.
Author Laura Dodsworth is another opponent of these programs. “Why would I want to be recognized by my heartbeat?” she wondered on Twitter. Why would I want a laser to monitor my body?”
If anyone is still unsure about the World Economic Forum’s goals, they leave the following question at the end of the video:
“Would you prefer to see any pandemic-era adjustments become permanent?”
It appears that they are gauging how well the proposals are received.
It appears that they are attempting to decide and control humanity’s future by any means necessary.
Klaus Schwab, the leader of the Great Reset and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, projected that Big Tech would explore implanted microchips and other “transhumanist” technology more aggressively in the future.
Schwab openly claimed to being a lover of this technology in a 2016 interview with Swiss broadcaster RTS. He also says that brain chips will be widely employed to link the physical, digital, and biological worlds “certainly in the next 10 years.”