If you wish to see the full text, click the link above. Here, I will break it down into manageable segments.
It’s amazing what people will come up with in their free time. And trust me, they need a lot of it to come up with this conspiracy. According to Rozzr on deviantART, full-body security scanners are part of a conspiracy to eliminate the population. But how? That’s coming right up. The bolded text is Rozzr’s, and the standard is mine:
These scanners are NOT “X-ray” scanners at all! They use “T-rays,” or terahertz radiation. http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/arxiv/24331/
And there you have it, folks. Those X-ray scanners aren’t X-rays at all! The link says it, so IT MUST BE TRUE!!!
Hold on a minute. The link doesn’t say anything about airport security scanners. Rather, it talks about future use of terahertz waves (THz waves) for use in “peer[ing] inside envelopes, into living rooms and ‘frisk’ people at distance…the waves can be used to spot tumours near the surface of the skin.” Again, this is future use only.
There is a lot of publicity about on the Internet regarding the airport body scanners. They are calling them X-ray scanners. They are not the normal X-rays at all, they are in fact extremely dangerous and can destroy your DNA.
Once again, there is nothing to suggest that anything besides X-rays are used in scanners at all.
Please do not let them tell you the rays are a tiny amount. Look for yourself. Quote: “..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…”
This, by the way, hasn’t been confirmed. There are many other expirements that haven’t replicated these results. And, of course, these aren’t used in scanners.
Seach for: “How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA”
Judge the facts. Think for yourself. Protect yourself.”
The link here is unrelated to the rest of the paragraph. “How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA” is the first link, which again doesn’t support the conspiracy theory.
The link here instead talks about how there is a very small chance that somebody who constantly goes through security scanners may get cancer. The article over-exaggerates and fails to explain just what the chances of getting cancer are. “THz waves” never come up in the article at all. As far as I’m concerned, this article is irrelevant.
This article is a little better. It states that the chances of getting cancer from scanners are about the same as those of getting killed by a suicide bomber – both are about one in 30 million. Straight from the article: ” These are still a factor of 10 lower than the probability of dying in any one year from being struck by lightning in the United States.” So I wouldn’t worry too much.
Please pass on this very important information. This is not a scam or a hoax it is for real. It is eugenics.
Eugenics is most often associated with Hitler. Remember that old internet debate rule where the first person to compare the other side with a Nazi automatically lost the argument? That was a good rule.
So, overall, here’s yet another conspiracy, and another one which it 100% untrue.