Thursday, May 24, 2007

Google = Skynet, Part 4

I'm going to convince you all that Google is Skynet, if its the last thing I do (and it probably will be).

The "Do No Evil" company is at it again. Newlywed skynet Google co-founder Sergey Brin and company have plunged nearly $4 million into Anne Wojcicki's (aka Mrs. Brin's) genomics company, 23andMe, Inc.

Yes, I said genomics.

According to their website (emphasis mine):
23andMe is a privately held company developing new ways to help you make sense of your own genetic information.

Even though your body contains trillions of copies of your genome, you've likely never read any of it. Our goal is to connect you to the 23 paired volumes of your own genetic blueprint (plus your mitochondrial DNA), bringing you personal insight into ancestry, genealogy, and inherited traits. By connecting you to others, we can also help put your genome into the larger context of human commonality and diversity.

Toward this goal, we are building on recent advances in DNA analysis technologies to enable broad, secure, and private access to trustworthy and accurate individual genetic information. Combined with educational and scientific resources with which to interpret and understand it, your genome will soon become personal in a whole new way.
So, now they want us to willingly surrender our genetic fingerprints? Why, to complete their "detailed files" on us all?

According to CEO Eric Schmidt:
"The goal is to enable Google users to be able to ask the question such as 'What shall I do tomorrow?' and 'What job shall I take?'."
Sounds to me like an enslaved human race, forced to work for evil robots.

Wake up sheeple. Sarah Connor was right!

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