Saturday, March 15, 2014

Sentencing a criminal to 1,000 years in an artificial hell may one day become a reality.



(the article goes on to give examples of horrendous criminals, causing some (many?) to probably decide that this would be a good thing . . meanwhile, the pedophiles, murderers, thieves in government walk around untouchable, spraying the masses like cockroaches with chemtrails, poisoning the food and water, and demanding vaccines for all, while they seek to incarcerate 81-year-old grandmothers, one for feeding birds on her property, the other for a pet violation [see vid at bottom] . . . and the 90% could care less . . they think life is good, that all of this can be somehow explained as normal . . ..)


 

Could we condemn criminals to suffer for hundreds of years? Biotechnology could let us extend convicts' lives 'indefinitely'

  • This is the scenario being explored by researchers at Oxford University
  • They claim life extension tech could mean prisoners serve longer sentences
  • Philosopher Dr Rebecca Roache also writes in her blog that a time distortion pill could make people feel like they were in prison longer
  • Another scenario the group looked at was uploading mind to a digital realm
  • Running it a million times faster than normal would enable the uploaded criminal to serve a 1,000 year sentence in eight-and-a-half hours
By Ellie Zolfagharifard


Sentencing a criminal to 1,000 years in an artificial hell may one day become a reality.

At least, that is the claim of scientists at Oxford University who have been exploring controversial technologies that could extend human life. 

They say billions are being invested in techniques that could mean the cruellest criminals will be kept alive indefinitely in condition befitting their crime. 

Last year, a team of scientists led by Rebecca Roache began exploring technologies that could keep prisoners in an artificial hell
Last year, a team of scientists led by Rebecca Roache began exploring technologies that could keep prisoners in an artificial hell


According to their research, prison firms could also develop drugs that make time pass slowly, making an inmate’s sentence feel like an eternity. 

Last year, a team of scientists led by Rebecca Roache began exploring technologies that could keep prisoners in an artificial hell. 

Full article HERE
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Sheeple



The Black Sheep tries to warn its friends with the truth it has seen, unfortunately herd mentality kicks in for the Sheeple, and they run in fear from the black sheep and keep to the safety of their flock.

Having tried to no avail to awaken his peers, the Black Sheep have no other choice but to unite with each other and escape the impending doom.

What color Sheep are you?

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