Dear reader the following may seem in the realms of science fiction, however if you dot the 'i' and cross the 't' you may see a real thread and highly significant chain and link.Please read this with Smart City Blog (READ LAST FOUR AS QUARTET)
|Courtesy Issues under Fire
If the Biometrics Commissioner agrees to
allow retention, the police will be able to retain
that individual's DNA profile and fingerprint record for a
period of up to 3 years from the date the samples were taken.
... If the application is rejected, the force must then destroy the DNA profile
and fingerprint record.4 Apr 2013
The above is really is how and when and the protection process.
Then what arrives and rears its head is this;
This may seem innocuous, however they are debating that all the DNA collected by the Covid testing be kept as such indefinitely. It is hoped as in the last blog these powers will be rescinded after the Covid debacle has passed.
Call me cynical, a conspiracy nut, an activist or any other nomenclature but this a relatively easy system to do, for instance take that second image down, this is now a very well known procedure and a hint at what could end up in the mMRNA vaccine
It has much more sinister implications and if you feel I am kidding or just science fiction writing then check it out for yourself. So now the world is collecting a massive data bank and reservoir of many nationalities, ethnics and other resources about the individual and supposing this information like the seed bank in Norway and now a world DNA bank in the making, I would ask you who would you trust with this and where would it be kept and in whose 'capable not hack-able hands would you trust'. Maybe Noah's Ark was an ancient advanced tech seed bank, OK I'm aloud a little deviation--no?
|Courtesy Atlas Obscura Seed Bank Norway
By any chance should you feel this is too outlandish and just a fantasy by an old chap of 82 may I remind you of some technology I have been reminding readers and students at one time;
|Courtesy New York Post
Well of course you may think this cannot happen
|Courtesy The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist
|Courtesy Washington Post