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Yes, the faces are indistinguishable, but the private parts—not so much. Curt Lew, whose Bellevue-based Emit Technologies makes security equipment—including a handheld device that sees through walls—says he and his team have built an alternative scanner.

Lew and his business partner—a fellow former University of Washington architecture student—journeyed to the tiny southeastern Washington town of Clarkston in the spring of to break bread, collaborate, and eventually partner with an Adult seeking hot sex Cokeburg who was developing the technology.

The Emit scanner uses low-emission microwave frequencies that pass through the body.

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I would assume that most people are okay with it. A posted at Sea-Tac airport displays examples of what TSA workers see with backscatter scanners.

Cooper also points to a recent study, coproduced by researchers at MITthat compared the radiation generated by the backscatters to the amount found in everyday activities, such as drinking water Find swingers breathing air.

His favorite: One year of sleeping with another person exposes you to two millirems of radiation— times more than a single pass through an airport scanner.

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Yes, but the People Portal uses an even lower energy frequency, Lew says. We let the software do it. Because it costs money to win a federal contract. He may have a point.

We started piloting them in Years ago, Lew and his partners were in talks with one of those vendors, which wanted to collaborate with the Bellevue company. Image: Benjamen Purvis. Filed under. Show Comments.