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Prophecy Update……May 8, 2008 Keeping You Informed of World ...

Prophecy Update……May 8, 2008 Keeping You Informed of World ...

avoid paying Farah half

avoid paying Farah half of his World Bank pension, which provides him with $90,000annually, the attorney said."It will be very pleasant when [Farah] gets her share of that," Friedman said. "She'sdelighted about that."Friedman said she will serve papers on the World Bank showing that the original order fromthe Circuit Court -- that Farah Aleem is entitled to half her ex-husband's pension -- is nowfinal and that the bank has to give her half.Irfan Aleem, who is in his late 50s, lives in Pakistan, Friedman said.His attorney, Priya R. Aryar, said, "We're very disappointed with the decision. We think thiscould have adverse ramifications for a whole bunch of people who reside in the D.C. areaunder diplomatic visas and assume that their family law rights and obligations are governedby the laws of their country of citizenship."A legal scholar and an Islamic leader said the appellate court's decision was not surprising."For the most part, Muslims expected this kind of ruling," said Muneer Fareed, secretarygeneral of the Islamic Society of North America in Plainfield, Ind. "The contrary would be asurprise to them. They do not expect the U.S. legal system to give full recognition of talaq."Julie Macfarlane, a legal scholar who is researching a book about Islamic divorces in NorthAmerica, said the decision was not surprising. "There's no legal enforceability [for talaq] inU.S. courts," said Macfarlane, a professor at the University of Windsor in Canada.7. Increase in Knowledge/New TechnologiesHuman implants increasing new applications - wi-fi devices warn doctors of heartattacksThe Bluetooth wireless technology that allows people to use a hands-free earpiece whilemaking a mobile telephone call could soon alert the emergency services when someone hasa heart attack, Ofcom predicts.The communications regulator said that sensors could be implanted into people at risk ofheart attack or diabetic collapse that would allow doctors to monitor them remotely.If the “in-body network” recorded that the person had suddenly collapsed, it would send analert, via a nearby base station at their home, to a surgery or hospital.However, Ofcom also gave warning in its report, Tomorrow’s Wireless World, that the

impact of such technology on personal privacy would require more debate.The technology, which is being tested now in Portsmouth, could also be used if a patientfailed to take his or her medicines. A pill dispenser would send an automatic reminder and,if the pills were not taken within a certain time, an alarm would sound and a message wouldbe sent to the patient’s family or carers.However, health experts say that they are sceptical about the level of take-up of “in-body”sensors while research into the possible radiation impact of wi-fi networks is going on.The Ofcom report also said that advances in GPS positioning and short-range wirelesstechnologies could “revolutionise the way we conduct our journeys and safety levels on theroads”. Intelligent transport systems being developed by car manufacturers allowed cars tocommunicate with each other and send alerts about sudden braking. If a collision happenedthe car’s system could automatically call the emergency services. The technology could alsoapply the brakes automatically if it was determined that two cars were getting too close toeach other.Paramedics attending the scene of an accident would carry a small computer that would pickup wireless messages from a bracelet incorporated in the driver’s watch. These wouldenable them to gain access to information about his or her medical history.The European Commission is discussing whether to allow the “e-Call” automatic emergencycall-out, which could be on the market by 2011. A recent trial suggested that the technologycould cut ten minutes off the time for the emergency services to reach the scene of anaccident and a 15 per cent reduction in fatalities.Ofcom said that drivers could be helped by further advances in sat-nav technology. Signalswould alert drivers to congestion ahead and then calculate whether their proposed journeywould be quicker by train.Wireless communication technology could also enable food items to carry microchipscontaining information on their contents. This would allow, for example, nut allergysufferers to be alerted if they inadvertently picked up an item containing nuts.Ofcom concluded that wireless communication was now “integral to our lives”. It said thatthe Government must decide how to prepare for future demands on the radio frequencies,or spectrums, that wireless services use. Wireless congestion, with wi-fi users“piggybacking” on other people’s connections, must not result in interference in potentiallylife-saving communications, it added.Peter Ingram, Ofcom’s chief technology officer, said: “This report demonstrates the manycreative ways that the radio spectrum can be used for the benefit of citizens. But otherbodies will have to decide whether the transfer of personal data, which these advancesinvolve in the medical sphere, is appropriate for the benefits.”

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