Hi Rose - Here is some more good news for EMF lovers. Australia tested some of these in 2011, so they are probably getting introduced to Commonwealth countries. This is for you to post on your site for your viewers. Leuren

TSA Testing Terahertz Devices To Replace Radiation Plagued Body Scanners?

Nov 09, 2018 09:17 am 
By Aaron Kesel After years of using full-body scanner devices that emit radiation, the TSA is testing a new technology dubbed terahertz to screen multiple airport... 

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In 2009, Chertoff founded the Chertoff Group, a security consulting agency. The Chertoff Group's client list is unknown—Chertoff refused to talk about it in an interview—but he admits in the clip above that some of his clients manufacture full-body scanners.

Yet when he appears in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and on NPR to advocate for full-body scanning, Chertoff is identified only as a former secretary of homeland security. No mention is made of the Chertoff Group. ("If they'd been deployed, this would pick up this kind of device," he tells the Times.) Did Chertoff 'forget' to tell reporters about his connection to the industry he's pimping in their stories? It didn't look like he was about to volunteer the information on Campbell Brown tonight. (Good catch, though, Campbell. We always knew there had to be some reason you had your own show!)

So, here is a service to all you journalists working on upcoming articles about full-body scanners, which will inevitably feature Chertoff playing the cheerleader. Feel free to copy this sentence and paste it after Chertoff's name.'Chertoff is a former homeland security secretary and the founder of the Chertoff Group, a security consulting firm whose clients include manufacturers of full-body scanners.' "

LOL.Chertoff was the first head of DHS under Bush the lesser.He is also an Israeli citizen.Odd that the Israelis refused to even consider his scanners but were readily adopted by the US.Corruption is endemic in DC.Hate to say it but I would be very circumspect on anything to do with TSA especially considering the proclivities of this present administration



In THz-TDS systems, since the time-domain version of the THz signal is available, the distortion effects of the diffraction can be suppressed. [3]

Terahertz radiation falls in between infrared radiation and microwave radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum, and it shares some properties with each of these. Like infrared and microwave radiation, terahertz radiation travels in a line of sight and is non-ionizing. Like microwave radiation, terahertz radiation can penetrate a wide variety of non-conducting materials. Terahertz radiation can pass through clothing, paper, cardboard, wood, masonry, plastic and ceramics. The penetration depth is typically less than that of microwave radiation. Terahertz radiation has limited penetration through fog and clouds and cannot penetrate liquid water or metal.[4] THz is not ionizing yet can penetrate some distance through body tissue, so it is of interest as a replacement for medical X-rays. Due to its longer wavelength, images made using THz have lower resolution than X-rays and need to be enhanced (see figure at right)[3].

The earth's atmosphere is a strong absorber of terahertz radiation, so the range of terahertz radiation in air is limited to tens of meters, making it unsuitable for long-distance communications. However, at distances of ~10 meters the band may still allow many useful applications in imaging and construction of high bandwidth wireless networking systems, especially indoor systems. In addition, producing and detecting coherent terahertz radiation remains technically challenging, though inexpensive commercial sources now exist in the 0.3–1.0 THz range (the lower part of the spectrum), including gyrotrons, backward wave oscillators, and resonant-tunneling diodes.

Tetra was tested on the cops here in NZ and we are getting to the end of the 15 year trail.  In the last 15 years, the cops in NZ have turned into mongrels.  They used to be nice bobbies that were community minded. Today they are nasty and angry US like police.  The rate of breast an brain cancer is through the roof for coppers... I can't imagine why!

Oh I can! My imagination is the best of any.


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