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First was the Fingerprint Scan; Second, the Iris Scan; Third, Tongue impression scan; Fourth, Heart-beat Scan; and, lastly, the DNA Scan. All those scans were based on the fact that those five factors are unique to each and every individual. The first scan was quite easy and routine wherein the person sanitized his hands using a solution kept at a corner specifically for the purpose, and, held up his hand with palm facing the scanner and the scanner scanned and matched the prints with the ones stored in the profile of the person. In the second scan, one used to place his face on a holder to get his eyes in line with the scanner that scanned the Irises of the person. Simultaneously, one had to give the tongue impression on a scanner located just below the Iris Scanner and the face hold. Another scanner fixed itself to the left chest of the person to scan the heartbeat pattern of the person. At the same time, the person had to put a finger of his left hand, or any other part of the hand, over a scan machine with a prick-needle. The needle used to pinch the finger to obtain a blood sample and immediately transferred the sample obtained to a DNA profiler that obtained and analyzed the DNA sample with the ones stored in the person’s profile. The scans took effect only if all of them were done simultaneously. The whole process took about ten minutes during which the person could relax on the lounger kept there.

Upon crossing the second door, a passageway used to open up that had three lifts on each side. Each lift led to a specific level only and had no access to any other level, i.e. there was a lift each for B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, B-5 and B-6. There were no markings on any of the lifts. Without any markings, it was not possible for anyone to know which lift led to which level unless someone from the organization