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The Secret of NIST

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The Secret of NIST – Did NIST Edit WTC 7 Footage To Hide Evidence Of Implosion?

National Institute of Standards and Technology, a unit of the Department of Commerce withholding evidence of war crimes and ongoing crimes against Fundamental Natural Rights.

Newly obtained video that was reluctantly released by NIST after a lawsuit by the International Center for 9/11 Studies shows two firefighters on 9/11 discussing how secondary explosions occurred immediately before the collapse of the twin towers, providing damning new evidence that explosive devices were used to bring down the buildings.

Safe ‘Non-ionizing’ radiation is the same radiation that cooks our food in our microwaves, the microwave is the lowest end of the terahertz radiation spectrum of the Energy spectrum. The THz band straddles the region where electromagnetic physics can best be described by its wave-like characteristics (microwave) and its particle-like characteristics (infrared). Radio waves at the bottom of the spectrum have long since been proven to be able to cause massive cancers and biological deformities in large enough, long term or specific exposures.

NIST is the national tariff master and gate keeper of science and technology regulation.

NIST is implementing the Technocratic Dictatorship of the 21st Big Brother Global US Police State

NIST is re-authoring our science to empower the MIC war economy, Global ACME corps, AGENDA 21, G20 and NWO Fusion through data mining projects like WEAR.

Civilian American and European Surface Anthropometry Resource (CAESAR) is an anthropometric database containing the latest civilian population survey. There are many potential applications for the CAESAR database in the anthropometry, ergonomics, and biometrics fields because it provides individual and standardized one-mode data instead of summarized population information such as percentiles. To facilitate the sharing of this valuable resource, the CARD Lab (Computerized Anthropometric Research and Design Laboratory) in the Air Force Research Laboratory has been developing a web application, ARIS (Anthropometry Research Information Systems), to offer CAESAR data search and analysis as well as raw data visualization and extraction. The back-end database was designed to handle not only the CAESAR database but also other anthropometric databases collected by the CARD Lab over the years. The objective is to provide a new capability to make the right anthropometric information available to anyone, anywhere with X ray video street cameras and Fusion databases.

-sovereignthink

Information Links

Prison Planet – New Body Scanners to Store Biometrics

Washington Post – FBI Prepares Vast Database Of Biometrics

Daily Mail – Airport body scanners ‘could give you cancer’, warns expert

LewRockwell.com – Pilot to TSA: ‘No Groping Me and No Naked Photos’

Infowars – Naked Body Scanners: Monumental Cover Up Exposed

NY Times – Opt Out of a Body Scan? Then Brace Yourself

LA Times – Groups protest new airport pat-down technique, more body scanners

Techeye.net – Allied Pilots Association to boycott full body scanners

ISCON Imaging – Introducing whole body imaging solutions without radiation or privacy issues

Daily Finance – Health Risks of Full Body Scanners Questioned Following Report

Marketwire.com – New Iscon Whole Body Scanner Now Offers Integrated Biometric Capabilities to Detect All Objects and Verify Identities. Corrections Facilities, Border Control and Airport Screening Can Leverage Iris, Facial and Fingerprint Recognition and Card Readers Without Radiation or Privacy Issues

CorrectionsOne.com – U.S. Corrections Facility Orders New Scanners From Iscon Video Imaging to Detect Drugs, Cellphones and Contraband

Now Public – Full Body Scanner Lobby: Michael Chertoff & Rapiscan

Rapiscan Systems – Australian Government Selects Rapiscan Systems Security Solutions for Advanced Screening Technologies Trials

CNet – Feds admit storing checkpoint body scan images

FEMA – As a SAVER Program Technical Agent, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN), Charleston, conducted a comparative assessment of passive millimeter wave detection systems for the SAVER Program. Prior to the assessment, SPAWARSYSCEN conducted a market survey in order to provide information on commercially available equipment, and produced the Passive Millimeter Wave Detection Systems Market Survey Report. A focus group was then conducted to identify equipment selection criteria for the assessment, determine evaluation criteria, and recommend assessment scenarios. The results can be found in the Passive Millimeter Wave Detection Systems Focus Group Recommendations report.

Brijot – GEN 2®—The world’s first surveillance system to feature full-motion, real-time millimeter wave imaging capabilities, allowing operators to search for and locate potential threats on an individual quickly and discretely from a distance without stopping or subjecting him or her to a physical pat down.

Millivision – detection systems help private companies to protect both people and assets. Both the Walk-By System 350 and the Stand-Off System 350 include covert installation options, and can be configured to work within the architectural requirements of existing buildings. Business entities that are open to the public—such as hotels, tourist attractions and company headquarters—can discretely scan visitors for weapons and other contraband concealed under clothing.

Argonne National Laboratory (Nuclear Engineering Division) – The “Passive millimeter-wave spectroscopy (PmmWS)” project by Sami Gopalsami, Sasan Bakhtiari, Paul Raptis and Thomas Elmer, is one of the three Argonne projects which made into the list of the world’s 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the marketplace during 2006, as judged by R&D Magazine.

Optical Society of America – We describe the development of passive millimeter wave imaging sensors, operating at W band, that are currently being manufactured for commercial markets using standard automated assembly processes. A description of HRL Laboratories’ millimeter wave imaging chipset is presented, focusing on parameters that limit sensor performance, such as detector 1/f noise, low noise amplifier noise figure, and gain drift. We conclude with a discussion of ongoing research and development in passive millimeter wave imaging and performance improvements that can be expected for future imaging sensors.

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2010/11/15 at 9:58 pm

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