A genetic fingerprint from blood, saliva and skin cells is created to identify the man.

New DNA profiling technology tells police who suspects are in under an hour - Comment on 2011 June 22

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Other body parts giving away one’s identity and containing vital information are nail clippings and hair – a curl. That such parts of a body can be used to influence people is not limited to modern technology but is known for millennia – in black magic. Read more:

Four days ago we had 2011 Jun 18 – Hacking attacks a fact of life and there it was about forcing the will upon people by using information gathered from electronic communication which shows the government who has a will of his own – a will opposing the government - and he is then collected for treatment because of opposition to the world ruler.

Another method of identifying such people with a mind of their own could be DNA profiling. Suspects could get exposed to this profiling and then identified and kept in custody.

A genetic fingerprint from blood, saliva and skin cells is created to identify the man.

So one of the body parts used for this purpose is salvia. People send these body parts to other people – for example to the government – when they lick envelopes and stamps they put on envelopes. So if one wants to stop giving away such vital information about oneself, one should start moisten envelopes and stamps with water instead of salvia.

Other body parts giving away one’s identity and containing vital information are nail clippings and hair – a curl. That such parts of a body can be used to influence people is not limited to modern technology but is known for millennia – in black magic.

Today I read an article about this subject and here are some quotes from it:

 

A new portable device that can identify suspects in less than an hour using DNA left at the scene of a crime is set to transform the way police track down criminals.

The device uses a rapid form of DNA profiling to produce a genetic fingerprint from blood, saliva and skin cells left at crime scenes.

Without leaving the scene of the crime, the device, which has been developed by forensics experts, can then check the profile against the centrally held National DNA Database to reveal the identity of the criminal responsible in under an hour.

Within 60 minutes of taking a sample it can produce a profile which can be transmitted to the DNA database and come back with a match.

A disposable sampling device is used to pick up biological material such as cells in body fluids that have been left at a crime scene. The samples are then placed into a sealed sample wells that is inserted into the portable profiling device.

It produces a partial DNA fingerprint that can then sent wirelessly to be checked against the National DNA Database before producing a DNA match against a suspect.

 

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