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Confirmed: FED Storing Images Procured With TSA Full Body Scanners?

17 Nov

Updated 12.28.10 Please readhttp://www.boingboing.net/2010/08/04/surprise-feds-stored.html

Copyright 11/17/2010 By CK Hunter, Re-posted material courtesy of blogspot.com

A truth researcher on blogspot.com has produced documents he alleges prove that the US government, is in fact, storing the images they procure with full body scanners. He cites several instances in Florida which flatly contradict Janet Napolitano‘s statements to the press that the images are not kept or stored.

Let me pose a question to the reader:  If you were an evil secret world government crime cabal, intent on surveilling and identifying, tracking, and marketing your junk non-stop to every world citizen, and you had access to full body scanner technology and the databases compiled from airport security of all passengers who were scanned, then wouldn’t you GREATLY DESIRE to PROCURE and store those scans, just in much the same way that every little transaction we make becomes part and parcel of our so-called “credit report.?”

It’s just one more thing the world beast system can amass and collect on the average citizen: a complete detail of their nude body, replete with any and all identifying marks, moles, scars, tattoos, breast implants, hip replacements, et al.

Of course they DESIRE GREATLY to illegal amass and store these scans. They would be fools not to, if they are intent on being able to identify any human being on the planet, with or without that human’s consent. That’s something they especially want to do with Americans, because we are just about the only population left with the moxie, mojo and spiritual spine to stand up to these people.

Chase Kyla Hunter

http://www.youtube.com/v/LY0BJIu0o0s?fs=1&hl=en_US

Here’s the info posted by the .com blogger:

Government Storing Images of Body Scanners

Government Storing Images of Body Scanners
I saw a presentation on television where Janet Napolitano said that the body scanners did not record and save the images it took of people. Then I remembered hearing that these body scanners can in fact record the images, and are able to do so during testing. According to an article the U.S. Marshals have admitted that these security scanners have recorded images taken at a Florida Courthouse.
From TSA Procurement Specifications (page 11)
“For purposes of testing, evaluation, and training development, the WBI shall (22) provide a Test Mode.
The WBI Test Mode shall (23) be the sole mode of operation permitting the exporting of image data.
“”BI Test Mode shall (24) be accessible as provided in the User Access Levels and Capabilities
appendix.
When in Test Mode, the WBI:
• shall (25) allow exporting of image data in real-time;
• shall (26) prohibit projection of an image to the IO station;
• shall (27) provide a secure means for high-speed transfer of image data;
• shall (28) allow exporting of image data (raw and reconstructed).”
Source
Article about the Government Storing Images
TSA Procurement Specifications
Court Documents about Body Scanners
TSA reply House
Video about Body Scanners
Video Report about US Marshals storing images
The following information was gleaned on 12.28.10 courtesy of Liquid Matrix Security Digest:

According to the TSA, there are currently 385 full body scanners in 68 different US airports. Check to see if your local airport is using these scanners to sneak a peak at your goodies.

Albuquerque International Sunport Airport
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
• Boston Logan International
• Bush Houston Interncontinental Airport
• Boise Airport
• Bradley International Airport
• Brownsville
Buffalo Niagara International Airport
• Charlotte Douglas International
• Chicago O’Hare International
• Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International
• Cleveland International Airport
• Corpus Christie Airport
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
• Denver International Airport
• Detroit Metro Airport
• Dulles International Airport
• El Paso International Airport
• Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International
Fort Wayne International Airport
• Fresno Airport
• Gulfport International Airport
• Grand Rapids Airport
• Harrisburg International Airport
• Harlingen/Valley International Airport
• Honolulu International Airport
• Indianapolis International Airport
• Jacksonville International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport
• Kansas City International
LaGuardia International Airport
• Lambert/St. Louis International Airport
• Laredo International Airport
• Lihue Airport
• Los Angeles International
• Luis Munoz Marin International Airport
• McAllen Miller Airport
McCarran International Airport
• Memphis International Airport
• Miami International Airport
• General Mitchell Milwaukee International Airport
• Mineta San José International
• Minneapolis/St.Paul International Airport
• Nashville International Airport
• Newark Liberty International Airport
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
• Oakland International Airport
• Omaha Eppley Field Airport
• Orlando International Airport
• Palm Beach International Airport
• Philadelphia International Airport
• Phoenix International Airport
• Pittsburgh International Airport
• Port Columbus International
• Raleigh-Durham International Airport
• Richmond International Airport
• Rochester International Airport
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Salt Lake City International Airport
• San Antonio International Airport
• San Diego International Airport
• San Francisco International Airport
• Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
• Spokane International Airport
• T.F. Green Airport
• Tampa International Airport
• Tulsa International Airport

Chicago Midway International Airport, Houston William P. Hobby Airport, and Saipan International Airport are supposed to receive their full body scanners soon. Given that many of the airports in the list are major destinations, chances are someone’s going to get a real good look at you the next time you fly (which could very well be this holiday season). Supposedly, TSA’s goal is to up the amount of full body scanners to a 1000 by the end of 2011 too. [TSA via Geekosystem]

Send an email to Casey Chan, the author of this post, at cchan@gizmodo.com.

National Opt Out Day for Full Body Scanners is Nov 24th: Make A Statement

17 Nov

Copyright 11/16/2010 By CK Hunter

The department of Homeland Security has now fully coalesced into America‘s own Orwellian brute force nanny-state. Americans have every right to be outraged by the way too touchy feely process of the new body pat-down they are now subjected to in order to board an airplane. The current mood of the nation is indicated by a planned “national op-out plan” on the day before thanksgiving. Get more info on the opt-out strike here.

The unexamined health implications and DNA shredding dark science of the situation will make one even more furious. Apparently the type of waves that are generated when the full body scan is performed have been discovered to alter and shred the integrity of DNA. This begs the question: Will the new full body scan technology eventually make people sterile? If this was known, has the new world order maniacal hidden crime cabal now gone so far as to attempt to implement a so called “security technology” that will eventually guarantee that more and more frequent fliers who pass through full body scans may in fact, have fewer and fewer babies? All the insiders who are truth researchers well know that population reduction is #1 on the hidden global elite’s list of heinous things they want to continue to do the world population. Is this part of their plan? Read the article and view  supporting videos below.

Chase Kyla Hunter

How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA [Published 10/30/2009 by MIT‘s Technology Review]

A new model of the way the THz waves interact with DNA explains how the damage is done and why evidence has been so hard to gather

kfc 10/30/2009

Great things are expected of terahertz waves, the radiation that fills the slot in the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and the infrared. Terahertz waves pass through non-conducting materials such as clothes , paper, wood and brick and so cameras sensitive to them can peer inside envelopes, into living rooms and “frisk” people at distance.

The way terahertz waves are absorbed and emitted can also be used to determine the chemical composition of a material. And even though they don’t travel far inside the body, there is great hope that the waves can be used to spot tumours near the surface of the skin.

With all that potential, it’s no wonder that research on terahertz waves has exploded in the last ten years or so.

But what of the health effects of terahertz waves? At first glance, it’s easy to dismiss any notion that they can be damaging. Terahertz photons are not energetic enough to break chemical bonds or ionise atoms or molecules, the chief reasons why higher energy photons such as x-rays and UV rays are so bad for us. But could there be another mechanism at work?

The evidence that terahertz radiation damages biological systems is mixed. “Some studies reported significant genetic damage while others, although similar, showed none,” say Boian Alexandrov at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and a few buddies. Now these guys think they know why.

Alexandrov and co have created a model to investigate how THz fields interact with double-stranded DNA and what they’ve found is remarkable. They say that although the forces generated are tiny, resonant effects allow THz waves to unzip double-stranded DNA, creating bubbles in the double strand that could significantly interfere with processes such as gene expression and DNA replication. That’s a jaw dropping conclusion.

And it also explains why the evidence has been so hard to garner. Ordinary resonant effects are not powerful enough to do do this kind of damage but nonlinear resonances can. These nonlinear instabilities are much less likely to form which explains why the character of THz genotoxic effects are probabilistic rather than deterministic, say the team.

This should set the cat among the pigeons. Of course, terahertz waves are a natural part of environment, just like visible and infrared light. But a new generation of cameras are set to appear that not only record terahertz waves but also bombard us with them. And if our exposure is set to increase, the question that urgently needs answering is what level of terahertz exposure is safe.

Ref: arxiv.org/abs/0910.5294: DNA Breathing Dynamics in the Presence of a Terahertz Field

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National Opt-Out Day: Wednesday, November 24, 2010

                                                                                                            Photo from dontscan.us/John Wild/johnwild.info
“I want to have as much safety and security on an airplane. I fly every week. But there comes a point in which in the name of safety and security we overstep that line and have an invasion of privacy. This happens to be one of those invasions of privacy.”  — Representative Jason Chaffetz, Utah

News Media:  Please see media statement at the bottom of the page. I’m just one guy, doing this in my spare time, so I simply cannot accommodate all media requests.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010 is NATIONAL OPT-OUT DAY! 
 
It’s the day ordinary citizens stand up for their rights, stand up for liberty, and protest the federal government’s desire to virtually strip us naked or submit to an “enhanced pat down” that touches people’s breasts and genitals in an aggressive manner.  You should never have to explain to your children, “Remember that no stranger can touch or see your private area, unless it’s a government employee, then it’s OK.”  
The goal of National Opt Out Day is to send a message to our lawmakers that we demand change.  We have a right to privacy and buying a plane ticket should not mean that we’re guilty until proven innocent.  This day is needed because many people do not understand what they consent to when choosing to fly.
Here are the details:
Who?
    You, your family and friends traveling by air on Wednesday, November 24, 2010.  Remember too, as the TSA says, “Everyday is opt-out day.”  That is, you can opt out any time you fly.  
What?
    National Opt-Out Day.  You have the right to opt-out of the naked body scanner machines (AIT, or Advance Imaging Technology, as the government calls it).  All you have to do is say “I opt out” when they tell you to go through one of the machines.  You will then be given an “enhanced” pat down.  This is a right given to you by the TSA. 
Where?
    At an airport near you!  
When?
    Wednesday, November 24, 2010.  We want families to sit around the dinner table, eating turkey, talking about their experience – what constitutes an unreasonable search, how forceful of a pat down will we allow on certain areas of our body, and that of our children, and how much privacy are we will to give up for flying?  We hope the experience then propels people to write their Member of Congress and the airlines to demand change.  
Why?
    The government should not have the ability to virtually strip search anyone it wants without cause. The problem has been compounded in that if you do not want to go through the body scanner, the TSA has made the alternative perhaps even worse by instituting “enhanced” pat downs.  There are reports from travelers across the country about how the TSA now touches the genitals and private areas of men, women and children in a much more aggressive manner.  We do not believe the government has a right to see you naked or aggressively touch you just because you bought an airline ticket.  
How?
    By saying “I opt out” when told to go through the bodying imaging machines and submitting to a pat down.  Also, be sure to have your pat down by TSA in full public – do not go to the back room when asked.  Every citizen must see for themselves how the TSA treats law-abiding citizens.
If you have experienced a problem with TSA when flying, use the Electronic Privacy Information Center’s incident report to lodge your complaint:
Testimonials from travelers here: http://www.thousandsstandingaround.org/
Follow us on twitter:  http://twitter.com/nationaloptout
Contact us at admin@optoutday.com
Some videos of interest:
CNN Report on Body Scanners
Body Scanner in Action
RT Report on Enhanced Pat Down
WTNH Report on Enhanced Pat Down
Is this where we’re headed?
**MEDIA NOTICE:  Interviews are being granted on a limited basis. Email admin@optoutday.com and I will try to accommodate your request.
OptOutDay.com is an educational outreach campaign, designed to get people to better understand what they are now consenting to when they purchase a plane ticket. Many people only fly around the holidays and may not be aware of the security changes, which is why November 24 was chosen.  There is no intent or desire to delay passengers en route to friends and family over Thanksgiving.  Once people are made aware of what is happening, they may have reservations about the new virtual strip searches and enhanced pat downs – especially for their children or spouse or other loved one.   
Before people fly, they should learn more about the new security measures, and when they are given the choice by TSA, they should opt-out of the scan and get the enhanced pat down. This is their right, given to them by the TSA.  If they do not like the current procedures when they go through it, they should voice their opinion to the airlines and their Members of Congress, in addition to filing a complaint with the TSA and outside groups, if necessary.  Opting out doesn’t have to be done only on Nov. 24.  As the TSA says, every day you fly is opt-out day if you choose.  It is not irresponsible to take up the TSA on their offer to opt-out of the body scanners.  
This country needs security measures in place that not only keep us safe but also do not grossly violate privacy or constitute an unreasonable search, like the current protocol.  In their “Aircraft Passenger Whole-Body Imaging Limitations Act of 2009” the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation that said: “Whole-body imaging technology may not be used as the sole or primary method of screening a passenger under this section. Whole-body imaging technology may not be used to screen a passenger … unless another method of screening, such as metal detection, demonstrates cause for preventing such passenger from boarding an aircraft.”  Agreed.  Unfortunately, the Senate did not act on the legislation.  Hopefully the current outcry over these scanners and the enhanced pat downs from the pilots, the flight attendants, and now the flying public, will instigate a change to effective security measures that keep the privacy of U.S. citizens in-tact.
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7days until
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Don’t Touch My Junk, and Don’t Dismantle My DNA

17 Nov

Copyright 11/16/2010 By CK Hunter

The department of Homeland Security has now fully coalesced into America‘s own Orwellian brute force nanny-state. Americans have every right to be outraged by the way too touchy feely process of the new body pat-down they are now subjected to in order to board an airplane.

The science of the situation will make one even more furious. Apparently the type of waves that are generated when the full body scan is performed have been discovered to alter and shred the integrity of DNA.

This begs the question: Will the new full body scan technology eventually make people sterile? If this was known, has the new world order maniacal hidden crime cabal now gone so far as to attempt to implement a so called “security technology” that will eventually guarantee that more and more frequent fliers who pass through full body scans may in fact, have fewer and fewer babies?

All the insiders who are truth researchers well know that population reduction is #1 on the hidden global elite’s list of heinous things they want to continue to do the world population. Is this part of their plan?

Read the article and view  supporting videos below.

Chase Kyla Hunter

How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA [Published 10/30/2009 by MIT‘s Technology Review]

A new model of the way the THz waves interact with DNA explains how the damage is done and why evidence has been so hard to gather

kfc 10/30/2009

Great things are expected of terahertz waves, the radiation that fills the slot in the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and the infrared. Terahertz waves pass through non-conducting materials such as clothes , paper, wood and brick and so cameras sensitive to them can peer inside envelopes, into living rooms and “frisk” people at distance.

The way terahertz waves are absorbed and emitted can also be used to determine the chemical composition of a material. And even though they don’t travel far inside the body, there is great hope that the waves can be used to spot tumours near the surface of the skin.

With all that potential, it’s no wonder that research on terahertz waves has exploded in the last ten years or so.

But what of the health effects of terahertz waves? At first glance, it’s easy to dismiss any notion that they can be damaging. Terahertz photons are not energetic enough to break chemical bonds or ionise atoms or molecules, the chief reasons why higher energy photons such as x-rays and UV rays are so bad for us. But could there be another mechanism at work?

The evidence that terahertz radiation damages biological systems is mixed. “Some studies reported significant genetic damage while others, although similar, showed none,” say Boian Alexandrov at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and a few buddies. Now these guys think they know why.

Alexandrov and co have created a model to investigate how THz fields interact with double-stranded DNA and what they’ve found is remarkable. They say that although the forces generated are tiny, resonant effects allow THz waves to unzip double-stranded DNA, creating bubbles in the double strand that could significantly interfere with processes such as gene expression and DNA replication. That’s a jaw dropping conclusion.

And it also explains why the evidence has been so hard to garner. Ordinary resonant effects are not powerful enough to do do this kind of damage but nonlinear resonances can. These nonlinear instabilities are much less likely to form which explains why the character of THz genotoxic
effects are probabilistic rather than deterministic, say the team.

This should set the cat among the pigeons. Of course, terahertz waves are a natural part of environment, just like visible and infrared light. But a new generation of cameras are set to appear that not only record terahertz waves but also bombard us with them. And if our exposure is set to increase, the question that urgently needs answering is what level of terahertz exposure is safe.

Ref: arxiv.org/abs/0910.5294: DNA Breathing Dynamics in the Presence of a Terahertz Field

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Don’t Touch My Junk & Don’t Dismantle My DNA

16 Nov

Copyright 11/16/2010 By CK Hunter

The department of Homeland Security has now fully coalesced into America‘s own Orwellian brute force nanny-state. Americans have every right to be outraged by the way too touchy feely process of the new body pat-down they are now subjected to in order to board an airplane.

The science of the situation will make one even more furious. Apparently the type of waves that are generated when the full body scan is performed have been discovered to alter and shred the integrity of DNA.

This begs the question: Will the new full body scan technology eventually make people sterile? If this was known, has the new world order maniacal hidden crime cabal now gone so far as to attempt to implement a so called “security technology” that will eventually guarantee that more and more frequent fliers who pass through full body scans may in fact, have fewer and fewer babies?

All the insiders who are truth researchers well know that population reduction is #1 on the hidden global elite’s list of heinous things they want to continue to do the world population. Is this part of their plan?

Read the article and view  supporting videos below.

Chase Kyla Hunter

How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA [Published 10/30/2009 by MIT‘s Technology Review]

A new model of the way the THz waves interact with DNA explains how the damage is done and why evidence has been so hard to gather

kfc 10/30/2009

Great things are expected of terahertz waves, the radiation that fills the slot in the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and the infrared. Terahertz waves pass through non-conducting materials such as clothes , paper, wood and brick and so cameras sensitive to them can peer inside envelopes, into living rooms and “frisk” people at distance.

The way terahertz waves are absorbed and emitted can also be used to determine the chemical composition of a material. And even though they don’t travel far inside the body, there is great hope that the waves can be used to spot tumours near the surface of the skin.

With all that potential, it’s no wonder that research on terahertz waves has exploded in the last ten years or so.

But what of the health effects of terahertz waves? At first glance, it’s easy to dismiss any notion that they can be damaging. Terahertz photons are not energetic enough to break chemical bonds or ionise atoms or molecules, the chief reasons why higher energy photons such as x-rays and UV rays are so bad for us. But could there be another mechanism at work?

The evidence that terahertz radiation damages biological systems is mixed. “Some studies reported significant genetic damage while others, although similar, showed none,” say Boian Alexandrov at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and a few buddies. Now these guys think they know why.

Alexandrov and co have created a model to investigate how THz fields interact with double-stranded DNA and what they’ve found is remarkable. They say that although the forces generated are tiny, resonant effects allow THz waves to unzip double-stranded DNA, creating bubbles in the double strand that could significantly interfere with processes such as gene expression and DNA replication. That’s a jaw dropping conclusion.

And it also explains why the evidence has been so hard to garner. Ordinary resonant effects are not powerful enough to do do this kind of damage but nonlinear resonances can. These nonlinear instabilities are much less likely to form which explains why the character of THz genotoxic
effects are probabilistic rather than deterministic, say the team.

This should set the cat among the pigeons. Of course, terahertz waves are a natural part of environment, just like visible and infrared light. But a new generation of cameras are set to appear that not only record terahertz waves but also bombard us with them. And if our exposure is set to increase, the question that urgently needs answering is what level of terahertz exposure is safe.

Ref: arxiv.org/abs/0910.5294: DNA Breathing Dynamics in the Presence of a Terahertz Field

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