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DHS to Deploy New Scanners That Secretly Search From 50 Yards Away & Can Detect Gunpowder Residue

 
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DHS to Deploy New Scanners That Secretly Search From 50 Yards Away & Can Detect Gunpowder Residue
Monday, 16 July 2012 (not new but some may have missed this)

Very soon the Department of Homeland Security won’t have to touch you to know everything it wants to know about you. Using a new laser-based scanner that fires a beam from about 164 feet, the government will be able to see everything it wants to see about your body, your clothes, and what’s in your suitcase. Reports indicate that the soon-to-be-deployed scanner is so powerful that it can detect everything from “what you had for breakfast to the adrenaline level in your body.”

And what’s the most frightening part about this long distance über-powerful pat-down? You’ll never know it’s happening.


In November 2011 Genia Photonics, the creators of the scanner, was subcontracted by In-Q-Tel to perfect the device for use by the Department of Homeland Security.

Mission accomplished. The bridge builders at In-Q-Tel have managed to find a company so innovative that it can secretly bypass the Fourth Amendment from more than 50 yards away.

Naturally, the government wants to get this device installed in airports and border crossings as soon as possible. Genia Photonics’ website claims that their product will allow agents to detect “drug mixtures, chemical and biological warfare (CBW), explosives and toxic spills…” (snip)

Of course, DHS and TSA will not be satisfied with merely being able to quickly detect explosives, chemical, and biological weapons and now they won’t have to be. Reading straight from the promotional material produced by Genia Photonics, the new scanning method (called terahertz spectroscopy) can “ penetrate through many dielectric materials, such as clothing, paper, plastics, leather, wood and ceramics.”

Does one often carry wood and ceramics on board an airplane? No, but one certainly finds such objects in a home. Fortunately, for Homeland Security, their new little scanner is very portable and won’t be confined to use in airports or border patrol stations.

Take this bit of boasting from In-Q-Tel as evidence of the ultimate unconstitutional use of the device:

(snip).....entire synchronized laser system is comprised in a single, robust and alignment-free unit that may be easily transported for use in many environments
(snip)perhaps police cars will be fitted with the scanners and allow local law enforcement to patrol neighborhoods surreptitiously searching for otherwise undetectable traces of drugs or explosive material without the need for a pesky search warrant or probable cause.

Everyone everywhere will now be a potential target for this portable, powerful laser beam. From 164 feet the government can fire a laser beam that can penetrate wood (houses?) and detect important biological data about whatever (whoever) is inside.

ccording to testimony given in November of last year (2011)by Tara O'Toole, M.D., MPH Under Secretary for Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, before the Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies, “All of these projects are expected to produce transition-ready technologies in the next 12 to 24 months.”
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[link to www.thenewamerican.com]

Last Edited by SPUD on 01/18/2013 04:56 PM
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01/18/2013 02:35 AM

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Highly recommend people watch the above poster's threads. Really important stuff being posted
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Highly recommend people ignore the above poster's threads.
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Agreed.

There is nothing to see here. Interesting technology, but that is all. There will be limited to no implementation of this, so there is nothing to fear.
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01/18/2013 02:39 AM
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I'm sure DHS was exactly what the Founders of the USA had in mind.
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Highly recommend people watch the above poster's threads. Really important stuff being posted
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UM THIS IS WHAT I SAID... NOT IGNORE...
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Highly recommend people ignore the above poster's threads.
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Agreed.

There is nothing to see here. Interesting technology, but that is all. There will be limited to no implementation of this, so there is nothing to fear.
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FUCKTARD. THANK YOU FOR MODIFYING MY POST TROLL
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Highly recommend people watch the above poster's threads. Really important stuff being posted
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again, THIS ^^^ IS WHAT I SAID...
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Hmmm.. really scary stuff! Just when I think TPTB have done THE worst thing possible, they just go and bring on some more outrageous things.

I live in a brick bldg. hehe so :P~~~ on their plans. Still scary tho for everyone else.

And what could those lasers do to our health?

Will be interesting to see what they come up with as an excuse for when they find whatever they are looking for, and go crashing in the door on a raid. "Oh we were just passing by.... "

'Course, am guessing they won't be needing excuses now either, thanks to O.
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"terahertz spectroscopy) can “ penetrate through many dielectric materials"

Always a countermeasure, faraday and high k dielectrics combined with RF absorbing materials.

"The more star systems slip through..."
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01/18/2013 03:48 AM
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Will they be able to use those tiny lil drones for this?
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That's gonna be fun... I'm a firearms instructor. Hardly any piece of clothing i have is clean from gunpowder residue.
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Highly recommend people ignore the above poster's threads.
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There is nothing to see here. Interesting technology, but that is all. There will be limited to no implementation of this, so there is nothing to fear.
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