October 27, 2005

Great Implications for the Church

Scientists at the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Company have created a remote control that works on humans. See the article here. A headset is placed on the person's head. When the controller moves the remote controls, the person moves involuntarily in the direction desired. The headset works by sending small electrical impulses into skull, just behind the ears. The technology, according to researchers, has a destinational use in video games and amusement park rides, but darker uses are immediately obvious.

I think this will change the way offerings are taken in the local church. If someone feels resistent to giving their ten percent, simply flip the switch and move their hand to their wallet or purse. The possibilities are endless.

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