Why is it the goal to have a chemical sensing cell phone in everyone's pocket as it mentions in the link below? Why is Homeland Security so interested in everyone being hooked up to this chemical sensing technology? Apparently there are already tracking chips in most cell phones...at least Verizon has them. Most people say....so what...I'm not doing anything wrong! Whether or not you are doing anything wrong is not the point. The point is that cellphone technology is advancing everyday and not only are billions of dollars being made off the public through the public having to have the latest and the greatest but we are being stealthily trapped by our own nonquestioning, trusting desires for the latest gadgets. As I mentioned in another article, the microchip that everyone fears....is already in their cellphones. Now they also have a feature where people can hook up their body functions to "the command center"...supposedly to monitor and protect us and to keep us healthy.How far will this all go? If our bodily functions are connected to some home base receiver....what is to keep this receiver station from transmitting signals to our bodies?
Supposedly, I guess, in order to thwart chemical attack....the DHS is very interested in everyone having a chemical sensor. They must be worried about our health and or the danger of chemical warfare. If this is so...then why don't they just have chemical sensors in the environment of the more susceptible areas of attack, such as the cities. It seems to me that they must have a reason for wanting this "chemical detection system" attached to every person. Is it a matter of tracking people..even though they can already do this....or would this technology detect many activities we are taking part in by detecting specific compounds or chemicals? This may sound far fetched but computor and cell phone technology is already far fetched and very advanced. We take it for granted...but how on earth does it work? The link below is an article about this subject on the DHS website.