Archive for December 12th, 2010

Violated by TSA at Tampa airport

December 12, 2010

“I left the area and cried. I was touched and humiliated in ways that have never happened to me.”

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Inside TSA scanners: How terahertz waves tear apart human DNA

December 12, 2010

In layman’s terms what Alexandrov and his team discovered is that the resonant effects of the THz waves bombarding humans unzips the double-stranded DNA molecule. This ripping apart of the twisted chain of DNA creates bubbles between the genes that can interfere with the processes of life itself: normal DNA replication and critical gene expression.

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Let’s rethink airport security

December 12, 2010

Heck, there isn’t even “probable cause” to carry out these searches because they are indiscriminately applied to everybody when they shouldn’t be. That’s because TSA officers are fixated on looking for “things” when they should be looking for particular people with particular behaviors.

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Opinion: How necessary are airport procedures?

December 12, 2010

There is no just reason for every single passenger coming through the airport to be subject to either an invasive pat-down, or a full body image scanner, that violates people by intruding on their privacy by taking revealing pictures of passengers, which is just as much a violation of the fourth amendment as the pat downs.

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