Why did the Rothschilds Patent COVID-19 biometric TESTS in 2015 and 2017?

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Why did the Rothschilds Patent COVID-19 biometric TESTS in 2015 and 2017?

It’s not disputable, since the information comes from official patent registries in the Netherlands and US. And we have all the documentation.
A method is provided for acquiring and transmitting biometric data (e.g., vital signs) of a user, where the data is analyzed to determine whether the user is suffering from a viral infection, such as COVID-19.
The method includes using a pulse oximeter to acquire at least pulse and blood oxygen saturation percentage, which is transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone.
To ensure that the data is accurate, an accelerometer within the smartphone is used to measure movement of the smartphone and/or the user.

Once accurate data is acquired, it is uploaded to the cloud (or host), where the data is used (alone or together with other vital signs) to determine whether the user is suffering from (or likely to suffer from) a viral infection, such as COVID-19.

Depending on the specific requirements, the data, changes thereto, and/or the determination can be used to alert medical staff and take corresponding actions.

ONE KEY DETAIL ON THESE REGISTRATIONS:
Both were filed and updated years ago, but they were SCHEDULED to be made public in September 2020.

READ MORE HERE:
https://stateofthenation.co/?p=33959

 

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Just a cursory look, this appears to be an update to a previous application.

The technology calls for a person to wear biometric sensors that communicate to a smart phone. The phone's video cameras and accelerometors are used by the AI to measure the person's activity level, and compare that against the biometric data to see if someone is okay.

Could use different sensors and algorithms depending on the conditions to monitor. Call 911 for you if you have a heart attack, maybe? Don't think this is necessarily sinister.
 
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Just a cursory look, this appears to be an update to a previous application.

The technology calls for a person to wear biometric sensors that communicate to a smart phone. The phone's video cameras and accelerometors are used by the AI to measure the person's activity level, and compare that against the biometric data to see if someone is okay.

Could use different sensors and algorithms depending on the conditions to monitor. Call 911 for you if you have a heart attack, maybe? Don't think this is necessarily sinister.
makes sense on the surface....BUT REMEMBER WHEN "THEY" SAID The Patriot Act WAS TO KEEP US SAFE FROM "terrorists"....
only later on (similar to the CCP long plan/con)....
We The People are NOW the "terrorists" ....as in Jan. 6 "rally" that didn't end until AFTER the fake-trumpers (antifa, etc.) STARTED STORMING THE HILL...

IF IT SMELLS LIKE A FISH....IT is A FISH.
In this case, it smells fishy!

Make sense?
 
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...Make sense?
Not really, no. There is no connection.

I objected to the Patriot Act back then, and also the creation of the Dept. of Homeland Security. It shouldn't surprise anyone that when you give the gov't more power, it's going be abused. There are no examples where it isn't.

However, the article in the OP is just click-bait. It intentionally misrepresents patent priority dates to lead people to believe something that's just not true. Covid-19 didn't make it's way into the documentation until 2020.

Waaay too much of that click-bait, fake news here already, imho. No offense intended by that, but every day there is a new "blockbuster, here is the truth, here is the real story, get this out to everyone" post that is full of misrepresentations and outright lies. Seems like Stew Peters is the new "authority" figure around here, just another in a long line of grifters and liars.

It is gawdawful tiresome and it chases thinking people away from the board.

Anyhow. The inventor has no relationship to the Rothchild family or the Rothchild Company, he just happens to have the same name. That is per Spanish fact-checkers. I can't verify it myself, but I also have nothing that contradicts, so "tie goes to the runner".

This invention is about remote medical monitoring. That's nothing to be afraid of. I don't see this as some kind of 24/7 system, it would be used more like an alternative to an in-person visit. A patient would wear the sensors and do some activity for a prescribed period, and the data would get uploaded to the doctor for analysis.
 
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