Watched the Falcon 9 launch this morning. The mission has deployed ten more Iridium satellites. That would be the technology portion of today’s current posting. If it “all sounds like fancy GEEK talk,” then I would recommend a search n’ read time for you right now. Technology will affect our life whether we want it or not. My [real BIG hot button] is the chemical spraying of the stratosphere. Who gives permission for such a project? Why has this technology not been released to the public?
I listened to the guy who owns/manages the Iridium system of 72 satellites through a listing for the great parts of our need for this instant communication system and it’s pro’s. Transportation, climate, shipping parameter controls, animal movement, bugs, fishing, and (always) military deployment of assets. He forgot the people control element. Where are you this instant and why does this matter? It is the moral question of all questions. If the satellites can track cameras and devices that transmit, it most certainly can track a RFID tag. Again, why does someone or some computer thing need to know where I am at any time of the day or night? Reflect on this question from the Bible. Genesis 3:9 Where are you? Now compare this with our human need to know where everyone is in a moments notice. Deny all you want that a technology will never exist like this, but it’s here now and being built widely in the open (source) of the computer GEEK world.
I always need to speak to the truth. That is one of the key elements of this website. It is the underlining tone of THE BIG FIVE.
Our truth is we are slaves to sin and living in a world of sin. God, that would be the one true and living God, sent his son in the flesh to satisfy the need to make this sin condition and its death result :a passing: A moment lost in the time toward hades: A closed wide path to destruction.
…this sin (condition) is now the defeated enemy. We know this enemy. Everyone has a time when this enemy shows his face and tells us of his deployed assets. We are living this truth in full living color on the TV, on the computer screen, and in the airways of our ears.
Tell me this is not true using technology, morals, and a truth argument. I am ready to listen, watch and see what you come up with.