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TSA backscatter radiation safety tests were rigged
05-17-2011, 10:58 PM #1
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Quote:(NaturalNews) It can now be revealed by NaturalNews that the TSA faked its safety data on its X-ray airport scanners in order to deceive the public about the safety of such devices.

As evidenced by recent events in Washington, we now live in an age where the federal government simply fakes whatever documents, news or evidence it wants people to believe, then releases that information as if it were fact. This is the modus operandi of the Department of Homeland Security, which must fabricate false terror alerts to keep itself in business -- and now the TSA division has taken the fabrication of false evidence to a whole new level with its naked body scanners (see below).

Even physics professors question the TSA's obvious cover-up
The evidence of the TSA's fakery is now obvious thanks to the revelations of a letter signed by five professors from the University of California, San Francisco and Arizona State University. You can view the full text of the letter at: http://www.propublica.org/documents...

The letter reveals:

• To this day, there has been no credible scientific testing of the TSA's naked body scanners. The claimed "safety" of the technology by the TSA is based on rigged tests.

• The testing that did take place was done on a custom combination of spare parts rigged by the manufacturer of the machines (Rapidscan) and didn't even use the actual machines installed in airports. In other words, the testing was rigged.

• The names of the researchers who conducted the radiation tests at Rapidscan have been kept secret! This means the researchers are not available for scientific questioning of any kind, and there has been no opportunity to even ask whether they are qualified to conduct such tests. (Are they even scientists?)

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05-17-2011, 11:11 PM #2
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Quote:I mean, seriously: Can you imagine the total outcry if an herbal product company claimed that its products cured cancer, and it did all the testing itself, and all the names of the researchers were kept secret, and the methodology was a secret, and the whole document was 50% redacted to protect "proprietary information?" They would actually be arrested by the federal government for running a criminal scam! So why can the TSA get away with the exact same scandalous junk science distortions and virtually no one in the mainstream media asks a single question?

Pretty much sums it up. Terrahertz waves have also been shown to unzip DNA they same way TSA agents unzip little boys pants.

Quote:The TSA adamantly refuses to allow independent testing of the radiation levels being emitted by the machines. The agency is using the cover story that "terrorists might be able to circumvent the technology" if anyone is allowed to actually test the machine.
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05-17-2011, 11:16 PM #3
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05-17-2011, 11:20 PM #4
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gaah.gif Trying to find an article I read yesterday, That was about a firm that had made radiation free scanning equipment. (it could detect explosives, seemed like a viable alternative to the grope or scan system that is trying to embed itself.

05-17-2011, 11:24 PM #5
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It's unacceptable to TSA unless Michael Chertoff is going to make some money from it, and the point is to give everybody cancer in a few years so they can say oops. Safety smafety. 37.gif

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05-17-2011, 11:27 PM #6
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In the article it mentioned that GOP have refused to give funding for more scanners that Obamgo, had requested to the the tune of $250 million. (obviously political grand standing games)




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