A letter written by John Sedat, a professor emeritus in biophysics at UCSF and signed by five professors at University of California, San Francisco, and Arizona State University has been sent to the White House asking for answers. So far, no response.
Prof. Sedat says, "There's no real data on these machines, and in fact, the best guess of the dose is much, much higher than certainly what the public thinks.”
TSA told Congress providing their test results would expose sensitive information. Like what? That the scanners are dangerous? Or that the scanners are irradiating the public and TSA workers?
Why no scanners in Israel or the EU?. Planes fly in those places too.
The alternative to refusing the questionable scanners is to be molested by the TSA!
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