Government to Secretively Scan You for Traces of Drugs, Guns, & Explosives from 164 Feet Away
By Shepard Ambellas
July 11, 2012
From smartphones to iPad’s — technology is great, as most of us use it throughout our day as a way of life in the year 2012.
However, now private security firms such as the Chertoff Group, Q-Tel, and other governmental agencies like the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) see that it is in the general public’s best interest if they can secretively scan the populace while raking in vast financial gains to boot.
Within the next few years DHS plans to scan you secretively from various locations including at airports with laser-based molecular scanners from distances of up to 164 feet away.
In fact, the machine is so advanced that it can sense traces of drugs, weapons, explosives, and even your adrenaline level, without ever touching you — delivering the information directly to agents through an interface.