Occasionally, I receive a link that is so interesting that I feel it should be passed on to readers everywhere at once. This is just such a link. I received this from a reader who also sent to me the introductory language given below about the link which illustrates the amazing ability of modern video surveillance cameras to pick out individual faces in a crowd of many thousands of people. This particular video surveillance camera photograph is of a crowd in Canada, but cameras of similar quality and resolution are likely being installed in high-traffic areas all over the developed world as an anti-terrorism tool.

This is really an amazing example of the modern fulfillment of the prophecy in Daniel 12:1-4 that the “time of the end” will include a knowledge (i.e. technology) explosion. Click on the link and follow the instructions given below about clicking on your cursor to zoom in on individual faces in a sea of humanity in a large crowd.

No one can hide in a large crowd any longer if this technology is installed at a given location. I’m sure computers could be applied to do facial recognition scans of every face in a crowd this large within seconds if authorities were looking for a suspected terrorist or person-of-interest.

My thanks to the reader who sent me this remarkable example of modern technology.

Ever wonder how they found the Boston bombers in just a few days? This may help you to understand what the government is looking at. This photo was taken in Canada. Hard to disappear in a crowd. Pick on a small part of the crowd click a couple of times — wait — click a few more times and see how clear each individual face will become each time. Or use the wheel on your mouse. This picture was taken with a 70,000 x 30,000 pixel camera (2100 Mega Pixels.) These cameras are not sold to the public and are being installed in strategic locations.The camera can identify a face among a multitude of people.

Place your computer  cursor in the mass of people and double-click a couple times you can also slide the picture back and forth.