Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Elizabeth Conley, Jan 22, 2012.
Sunny, yes, but establishing cause and effect, with so many variables, takes forever.
So some TSA agents could develop various cancers much sooner than others?
Speaking of which, it ain't just at the airports (I actually posted something on this back in October 2010, at the Cogblog; it was ridiculed, of course):
DHS scanning people everywhere, even without their knowledge
Here's Sommer Gentry's comment at another blog post about this, at TSA News; she's a mathematician:
Absolutely. And those cancers may or may not be related to their exposure to X-rays, backscatter or baggage scanner.
It's just too bad we can't do a double-blind study on bad karma...
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