This question recently got closed because the sci-fi technology being asked about is a real technology, or we assume it is based on the answers and comments given in the question.
Now I cast the final close vote on this question because I agreed with the highest-voted answer - that the reference in the Bible is close enough to being a reference to it being real that it was not actually a science-fiction technology.
However, the asker did not know this at the time of asking, and it is reasonable for them not to know - a quick search on 'poison lipstick' on google does not turn up any real-world poison lipstick.
Someone also brought up the point of Tricorders - handheld devices that offer touch-interaction much like modern cell phones.
It's clear that as technology advances, more science-fiction devices are going to have real world counterparts that people will have questions about - and they will ask those questions here. It's also clear that sometimes what seems like a sci-fi invention can turn out to have a real-world origin.
Should we allow questions that ask about the origin of a science fiction technology if that technology turns out to be real? What restrictions should we place on what technology can reasonably be asked about on this site?