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originally posted by: vonclod
Whatever the hell it is, you can be sure it's not good or innocent.
originally posted by: TheLotLizard
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: dashen
Most likely chemical detectors DHS is putting them in all major cities.
Why would chemical detectors have 20 LED lights surrounding it?
It’s literally just a fancy electronic tollbooth that just takes your plate picture when you drive through it. That’s why it needs cables, to send it to DHS Incase their on the lookout for somebody. Just as already operating tollbooths already do.
The MTA cashless tolling conversion has been discussed for years,” he said. “New York State was one of the last to make the transition and it requires additional police to reduce scofflaws. It was a long detailed process and the security devices and electronics involved many different agencies coordinating for years. It is a great success that will reduce congestion and emissions, streamline our transportation arteries and save drivers thousands of hours in commuting time.
originally posted by: foxhound2459
a reply to: intrptr
If that's the case intrptr surly it would be too late for the commuters already underground. Not unless there's a total shutdown Code Red operation planned 2ND 3RD stage lockdown/containment.
Would be interesting if these systems where situated Nr Military/LE Camps.
"The detectors could sniff for dangerous chemical weapons agents, such as sarin, soman, sulphur mustard, nerve agents, and similar gases. The detectors’ mission also would include finding evidence of toxic industrial chemicals that are still considered dangerous, such as ammonia, chlorine, formaldehyde, hydrogen chloride, sulphur dioxide, and others, reports Government Security News.
originally posted by: nOraKat
a reply to: dashen
Well whats happening here is that they are ridding of toll booths and human attendants. Maybe it has to do with the new system (which includes cameras that take pictures of your license plates and sends you a bill if you don't have the RF electronic tag in your car).