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Pentagon anti-terror surveillance

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posted on May, 20 2003 @ 11:09 AM
WASHINGTON -- Watch your step! The Pentagon is developing a radar-based device that can identify people by the way they walk, for use in a new antiterrorist surveillance system.

Operating on the theory that an individual's walk is as unique as a signature, the Pentagon has financed a research project at the Georgia Institute of Technology that has been 80 to 95 percent successful in identifying people.
This should be interesting.Pretty soon everybody is going to start walking with a gimp,or start to skip to work.

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