Originally posted by Connman
What needs done is for a person to start a company making metal shapes that are not guns but would send out the image as if it was. I'd carry one just to protest against this illegal search procedure.
Take that coppers.
Originally posted by Trueman
We always look forward new technology, to think it won't be used is pretentious.
Originally posted by solomons path
I keep seeing everyone (regardless of pet issue) state that everything the gov is doing is unconstitutional . . . Unfortunately, it is not. Well . . . Not unless someone challenges the Patriot Act and NDAA in the SCOTUS to rule on constitutionality. Compliance and silence are a non-verbal consent to usurp you rights according to the law of the land. Also, unfortunately, the gov will just claim "wartime" powers and national security for not having to follow the constitution and we'll still be sitting the the same place.
Originally posted by Grimpachi
I’m sure there is a good way to use this technology I just do not think it should be used the way they are wanting to.
Originally posted by MasterPainter
Aren't they putting these terrahertz chips in the next gen mobile phones?
I read it somewhere late last year, may have been on here?
High-quality terahertz imaging
Look through almost every non-conductive material
Real-time identification of different substances
Broadband sensitivity: 50 – 3000 µm
Compact; easy to build in machine vision systems
Fast, up to 1000 frames per second
Easy to use and turn key camera
- R&D of Terahertz Source
- R&D of Terahertz application such as
* Biomedical application, such as living substance measurement,
drug development, etc.
* Non-destructive inspection technique
* Quality management, such as food inspection
* Security application, such as detection of dangerous objects