posted on Apr, 26 2006 @ 08:46 PM
That I have an answer to, and its quite definately, with out a doubt, maybe.
lol. Sorry. It is possible to identify someone from the air... but this would rely on the following:
1. The equipment would have to have the precision of a microscope... only at much further distances. (Im assuming a few thousand feet if youre
referring to airborn ID.)
2. The airborn vessel will have to have the correct angle to either read retinas, facial structures, possible skeletal features, metal insterts
(braces and such), augmentations...
3. It would not be capable of getting finger prints... not because it would be too far, but because people typically dont walk around plams up.