Aug 13, 2012 | PreventDisease.com
Experts convened by health authorities have raised questions about airport X-Ray machines because they violated a longstanding principle in radiation safety -- that humans shouldn’t be X-rayed unless there is a medical benefit. Although they've been approved all over the world, there is now overwhelming evidence that the naked body airport scanners are exposing millions to super high frequency microwave radiation.
When you buy your plane ticket, you will be subject to an invasive search of your body. As you attempt to board your flight, you enter the clear, plastic phone booth like tube, the millimeter wave scanner. In the tube you will be exposed to the cell changing effects of 24 - 30 billion cycles per second (GHz) of approximately 1 centimeter long microwaves of electrical and magnetic energy. Each centimeter squared of your body will be exposed to approximately 0.013 milliwatts (a measurement of power) of radiation for the duration of the 1.5 second long scan.
Last year, the United States began marching millions of airline passengers through the X-ray body scanners, parting ways with countries in Europe and elsewhere that have concluded that such widespread use of even low-level radiation posed an unacceptable health risk.
A ProPublica/PBS NewsHour investigation of how this decision was made shows that in post-9/11 America, security issues can trump even long-established medical conventions. The final call to deploy the X-ray machines was made not by the FDA, which regulates drugs and medical devices, but by the TSA, an agency whose primary mission is to prevent terrorist attacks.
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|Comment: The facts are clear. Since 9/11, an inside job, all terror related claims are through entrapment, there hasn't been ANY terrorist as they claim. One needs to consider what is actually occurring.|