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Airport with zero interruption for scanning

Just walk in to the airport and board the flight just like a bus...
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Wall mounted/roof mounted powerful scanners (whose rays are not harmful to us) should be installed in the airport. They can alert with beeps and focus a beam of laser light on the suspected target...even as target moves the beam moves...if you are clean no need to worry...just walkin and board the flight straightaway without any interruption
ravi kris334, Jul 11 2011

A cheaper solution (parody) http://www.youtube....watch?v=4ajNpR6bmes
[DIYMatt, Jul 11 2011]

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       The efficient idea, as posted, is more than a full-body scanner alone; more effective and more time-saving than the full-body scanners and the baggage scanners currently used?
Sir_Misspeller, Jul 11 2011
  

       I want that! Bun [+].
Grogster, Jul 11 2011
  

       To really have zero interruption for scanning, they should do the security scans at the main counter, where people are standing and waiting on line anyway. Might as well get your bags searched and your body scanned at this point anyway. Then they stamp your passport and you can skip the main security line.
phundug, Jul 11 2011
  

       Put scanners in MacDonalds, the pub, Pret a Manger, Costa coffee etc...   

       Landside, fastside, airside.
DenholmRicshaw, Jul 11 2011
  

       The right-to-privacy nutcases would shit bricks over this.
Alterother, Jul 11 2011
  
      
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