The World Economic Forum posted a video on its Twitter account Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021, with five proposals to implement in the future, one of which is a tracking system using a person’s unique “heartbeat.”
The video says that facial tracking is being affected by facemasks and that the heartbeat is unique, as is our face.
The clip says that NASA developed a system that, using a laser, can identify a person by their heartbeat.
According to a 2019 MIT Technology Review publication, the Pentagon developed the prototype machine to recognize a unique “cardiac signature” even though 220 yards (200 meters) away and passing through clothing.
The publication explains that the cardiac signature cannot be altered or disguised and remains constant, unlike the face or gait.
While the other proposals are not as shocking, they are signaling that our life will change completely after the appearance of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus or COVID-19 and that they will try to take us to that future.
The first of the proposals is an office of the future, which will meet three requirements:
It can be used as a showroom for customers.
It will have a research laboratory.
There will be a space for meetings with colleagues
The second proposal is to create “15 minute spaces,” which would be neighborhoods no more than 15 minutes (walking distance) from home. In other words, entertainment or distraction opportunities such as gyms, bars, and art galleries are all nearby.
The third proposal is “ghost kitchens,” where one can choose from a variety of meals and have them delivered to the home.
The fourth proposal is heartbeat tracking, which we explained earlier.
And the fifth proposal is a hybrid education between home-based and face-to-face learning.
As expected, these proposals already have their detractors and made their presence felt on social networks.
Brendan Eich is co-founder of Mozilla & Firefox, and he said on Twitter that he does not want to make it easier for Big Brother to control us using heartbeats. However, he also disagreed with the rest of the proposals.
Another opponent of these initiatives is author Laura Dodsworth. On Twitter, she asked, “Why would I want to be recognised by my heartbeat? Why would I want my body surveilled by a laser?”
In case anyone is left in any doubt about the World Economic Forum’s intentions, at the end of the video, they leave the following question:
“What pandemic-era changes would you like to see become permanent?”
One would think that they are testing how well accepted the proposals are.
It would appear that they are seeking, by all means, to decide and control the future of mankind.
The leader of the Great Reset and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, predicted that Big Tech would increasingly pursue implanted microchips and other “transhumanist” technologies.
In a 2016 interview with Swiss broadcaster RTS, Schwab openly admitted that he is a fan of this technology. He even claims that brain chips will be widely used “certainly in the next 10 years” to combine the physical, digital, and biological worlds.