Radiation technology to "see" concealed guns

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    As a pacemaker user I have to avoid metal detectors, I wonder if this will have an effect on pacemakers?
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    Radiation technology to "see" concealed guns

    directed radiation? or just reading natural radiation? I can't wait to see how that plays out in a world where a peanut can bring a plane or a school to a stand still. safety second though when it comes to the liberal agenda.

    everyone in New York should immediately start concealing metal dummy guns to see how thousands of false positives affects their system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveWorkman View Post
    What happened to the 4th amendment?

    I'm not so sure this is constitutional. Warrantless search with no probable cause.
    The fourth amendment was the first thing I thought of this morning when I saw this on the news.

    It looks like "1984" has finally arrived.

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    What I think is really bad is, this is something NYC is working with the DOD on. Not good IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJ View Post
    Terahertz radiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Apparently any object above 10 kelvin emits it...
    I stand corrected. This frequency is indeed in the deep infra-red and a human body would emit radiation that could be detected with the right receiver. I wonder if the TSA will replace their porno-scanners with these? Na, it would remove their main source of on-the-job entertainment.
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    just some perverts wanting to see ...you know..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goat_Guy View Post
    I stand corrected. This frequency is indeed in the deep infra-red and a human body would emit radiation that could be detected with the right receiver. I wonder if the TSA will replace their porno-scanners with these? Na, it would remove their main source of on-the-job entertainment.
    TSA is removing the porno scanners. They give various logistic reasons, but maybe it's because so many opted for the pat down it really, really slowed them down.
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    I read up on this form of radiation, and if the info I saw is correct, the radiation is blocked by metal and water. So, you could possibly actually spoof the detector by putting a layer of tinfoil over your gun. The image would then look like a rectangular "something." Maybe the tinfoil hat brigade is onto something!

    Main legal issue I see is that a police officer needs reasonable suspicion to pat someone down. The scanner is giving an image of something that looks like it might be a gun, and that is the legal basis for the pat down. However, they are scanning everyone at random - which is, in effect, a virtual pat down. While the courts have ruled that you have no expectation of privacy out in public, I find it hard to believe that looking through your clothes at random is not a violation of privacy expectations.

    I see this as facing legal challenges - big time - as it should be.

    There is a big difference between scanning people at an airport, and scanning people minding their own business walking down the street.
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    And they claim California to be the national trend setter......move over California..for sure for sure..
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