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post Tue May 20, 2003, 09:28 PM
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Technology to detect terrorists? Oh please. How?


Did you know that a Pentagon-sponsored group called the Highlands Forum is studying social patterns in massively multiplayer online-role-playing games such as EverQuest to learn more about how terrorist networks function?

Seriously!
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You're right, "Racism" was a poor choice of words.

I should have said "bigotry".

My mistake, sorry.


Dale, I am shocked at your insensitivity. Netrox is not a racist or a bigot. He is clearly ignorant and he clearly needs help.
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post Tue May 20, 2003, 10:22 PM
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Psst...it can be done! Nanotechnology and pure brute technological know how. Have super sensitive chemical detectors that can detect chemical explosives from a safe distance and dispatch suicide bomber with one quick bullet.

Infiltrate and attach super small tracking devices on them.

Interogate them and threaten them that they'll be seen shaking hands with the enemy in full view of their Islamic terrorist comrades. You can kiss martyrdom out of the window. Not exactly technology...but with secret cameras...maybe it'll help out.

Train cochroaches, mice, very small animals to seek out chemicals and add miniature tracking devices on them.

Consistently send out words that martyrdoms are for those who have low self esteems and are unable to procreate, are frigid, etc...their manhood...and place or mail packages to them as if they ordered pornographic magazines (of all kinds!)...



etc...etc...etc...

Technology can be our biggest friend.


I'm not talking about tracking them.. but FINDING them before they attack in the first place. Read: Untracked terrorists, tracking them, and blocking them.

Not all of them are obvious. There are quite a few smart ones out there.

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Originally posted by tAzMaNiAc
I'm not talking about tracking them.. but FINDING them before they attack in the first place. Read: Untracked terrorists, tracking them, and blocking them.
 
Not all of them are obvious. There are quite a few smart ones out there.

Brenden

I just did. One example, super sensitive chemical sensors that can detect explosive chemicals. Have them located at strategic areas....one sniff..one bullet to the head.....

Or...put ultra-small tracking devices on trained cochroaches to go after explosives....where there are explosives there are likely to be terrorists nearby....we can then track them effectively from there....block their movements...kill them....whatever...leave it to imagination.
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I just did.  One example, super sensitive chemical sensors that can detect explosive chemicals. Have them located at strategic areas....one sniff..one bullet to the head.....

Or...put ultra-small tracking devices on trained cochroaches to go after explosives....where there are explosives there are likely to be terrorists nearby....we can then track them effectively from there....block their movements...kill them....whatever...leave it to imagination.


Yeah I read that...

What if they don't use explosives anymore but something else.. nuclear weapons? there's 1,000 things we'd have to detect.
Whatif they carried normal chemicals in small packages..

They don't go around carrying explosives all the time. Think the 9/11 hijackers - they only had a sharp object.

You can't see what's in their minds till it's too late.

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Originally posted by tAzMaNiAc
Yeah I read that...

What if they don't use explosives anymore but something else.. nuclear weapons? there's 1,000 things we'd have to detect.
Whatif they carried normal chemicals in small packages..

They don't go around carrying explosives all the time. Think the 9/11 hijackers - they only had a sharp object.

You can't see what's in their minds till it's too late.

Brenden

That's where nanotechnology that can come in handy.

Explosives have set chemical signatures...so, it should be feasible to design such a small device that can "smell" these chemical signatures whether it's explosives or not. Check the google.com and you'll see what I mean.

Have these ultra small geiger counter...have it wired to the brain of, say, a mouse to elicit a pleasing response that the mouse will turn in the direction where radiation is being emitted for greater pleasure.

Super-clear "x-ray" machines that penetrates clothings (already in the making) and identify "identifiable objects" and sets off the alarm. have them searched at the security gate before proceeding. Ben Gurion airport is famous for their intense security detail. Not one hijacked plane for a couple of decades.
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Wow! I am called a bigot! Wow! I am shocked! I hate their attitude and that makes me a bigot! If that's what it is, I am happy to be a bigot to defend this country!

We need to spend BILLIONS of dollars on technology to defend our nation. Nanotechnology is already done with our computer processors.. they are processed on a nanoscale level. Because of our success, we will eventually start building nano-machines. Carbon tubes... yum!

We have already developed ultra-sensitive sensors for explosives thanks to new discoveries in technology but it's not done yet. We're still working on making even more sensitive sensors.

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Think the 9/11 hijackers - they only had a sharp object.


That's why I believe we all need a national ID for every citizen. With technology, people going through "detectors" can be scanned with fingerprints, iris, and facial features. If it detects that they're not in the database, it will stop them or question them. Technology is truly an equalizer because it does NOT discriminate people based on their race like we do now.

Like qwerty said, there's a new x-ray that literally sees your skin under your clothes and anything that's hidden will show up, even plastics! Peopel didn't like the idea of their gentials being exposed but I think it's a bit absurd and in my opinion, they have serious issues with their gentials.

Privacy concerns... I think they're paranoid. What is privacy and how much privacy do you REALLY need?!?! I always think that if a person needs excessive privacy, he is hiding something.

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That's where nanotechnology that can come in handy.

Explosives have set chemical signatures...so, it should be feasible to design such a small device that can "smell" these chemical signatures whether it's explosives or not.  Check the google.com and you'll see what I mean.

Have these ultra small geiger counter...have it wired to the brain of, say, a mouse to elicit a pleasing response that the mouse will turn in the direction where radiation is being emitted for greater pleasure.

Super-clear "x-ray" machines that penetrates clothings (already in the making) and identify "identifiable objects" and sets off the alarm.  have them searched at the security gate before proceeding. Ben Gurion airport is famous for their intense security detail. Not one hijacked plane for a couple of decades.


Identifiable Objects.. Ok let's say this terrorist got a thick credit card.

He then tears it in half -- diagonally! He files it on some surface to make it sharper. Bingo, SHARP threatening object, enough to cut one's jugular and bleed to death. Even the world's micro-nanotechnology can't detect what is in one's brain.

They can't detect a special credit card with a knife inside .. in a wallet! There can be special chemicals to make it look like a WHOLE plastic card (or even metallic card). I don't think the thousands of screeners we have will look for that all the time. Anything can get through. Ok, let's say.. someone has a plastic sharp object he put in his mouth and "held it down" by gum. You don't put people through machine scanners do you?

Think!

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I have brought in machetes by accident - and that was in a carry-on! Nanotechnology, my ass.
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Privacy concerns... I think they're paranoid. What is privacy and 
how much privacy do you REALLY need?!?! I always think that if a 
person needs excessive privacy, he is hiding something.


Ok then! How 'bout posting your REAL name, Address, and Social
Security number!

Or do you have something to "hide"?
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Privacy concerns... I think they're paranoid. What is privacy and how much privacy do you REALLY need?!?! I always think that if a person needs excessive privacy, he is hiding something.


Suppose you had warts on your penis, would you want us to know?

That's why people need privacy, and people has the right to their privacy. We don't need Big Brother to look over our shoulders.
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Privacy concerns... I think they're paranoid. What is privacy and how much privacy do you REALLY need?!?! I always think that if a person needs excessive privacy, he is hiding something. 

-jeff


Maybe some of us are too suspicious? *looking at Netrox*

I like my privacy and I like to disclose what I choose to disclose. I'm hiding all sorts of secrets and do not plan on having them discovered. (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif) Let your imagination run wild, my secrets are for me to know and you NOT to find out!

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