Forensic research teams used eight body metrics developed at the University of Adelaide to correctly identify criminals - even through clothing.
The eight are height, length of the body from the hip bone to the feet, length of wrist to elbow, jaw line, pelvic width, chest width, face width and skull shape.
A forensic team tested the theory on 4000 US military personnel and proved the concept is as solid as a fingerprint.
TSA already scans people Criminals fly commercial, right?
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