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US Military Now Equipped with X-Ray Guns

Your worst fears have come true: The US Military can now see your underwear without even laying a finger on you. Ta...

US Military Now Equipped with X-Ray Guns

Your worst fears have come true: The US Military can now see your underwear without even laying a finger on you. Taking a cue from Superman, the Army has developed an X-Ray gun that can penetrate cloth, rubber, and aluminium to reveal whatever is underneath, legal or not.

 

The device itself is about the size of a breadbox and works by simply pressing a button. Running it across a given exterior bombards the material with low-level x-rays, exposing the outline of the organic matter beneath.

 

Dubbed the MINI Z, the gun has already been demoed by the Army and was determined effective when it exposed simulated cocaine, ammonia, paper, and other types of compounds concealed in boxes, bags, and car seats.

 

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Arizona police had a stroke of luck when they used the device recently to find bundles of marijuana concealed in what appeared to be a load of melons. After scanning the “fruit” with the X-ray scanner, it turned out to be more weed than watermelon.

 

The future’s only gonna get brighter for this device, despite warnings about imminent breaches of privacy. There’s already talk of an Oculus Rift-aided version that’ll give US soldiers and policemen true, Superman-type X-Ray vision. We shudder at the thought.

 

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