|Recently it was announced that in order to remain safe during flights we must expose our (and our childrens) naked body to random strangers. It is said that these scanners don't really show naked images of your body - is this true? Also, why is there no mention of the M.I.T. study that shows that these new scanners unzip and damage your D.N.A.?|
So what do these new scanners show? Can these images be modified to reveal more? Below is an example of how this scanner can detect objects otherwise hidden from view:
With some simple image editing software we are easily able to convert this image into this.
So as you can see, these images may reveal more than you are comfortable with. Keep this in mind when your 13 year old daughter is passing through this scanner. Also, keep in mind the quality of people who are currently fulfilling these positions at the TSA! You essentially have uneducated people off the street viewing the naked bodies of your daughters...and no, no one is any safer for it.
Some more reading about the quality help employed by TSA:
A TSA agent was arrested on January 3rd in Terminal One at LAX, a source told NBCLA. He had just gotten off duty and was behaving erratically, saying, "I am god, I’m in charge."
THz waves unzip DNA!
These new scanners use a band of electromagnetic radiation called TeraHertz to create its images. You may already be familiar with X-rays accomplishing much the same thing. Along our electromagnetic radiation spectrum we encounter everything from visible light to microwaves, radiowaves and x-rays. In this vast spectrum we also encounter the TeraHertz band. This band is just beyond the infra-red and on the below diagram is in purple.
Now, if you would like to read some real information regarding the actual safety of these devices that EVERYONE will be forced to submit to, I would suggest starting with M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). They recently published an article explaining how TereHertz waves unzip the double helix D.N.A. structure.
If this all wasn't bad enough
Now some agencies are trying to develop portable versions of these devices that can be carried in a patrol car and used on the street. Now imagine that, the local police sitting in their cars with their new "x-ray" guns looking at the people walking by...Is this OK to all of you???????? Do police officers need to see everyone naked in order to do their job? I guess all the pedophiles and perverts will be filling out applications at TSA and other law enforcement agencies now.