Radar Love

Posted: October 19, 2011 in Songs of Space and Nuclear War
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While the pump may not work ‘cause the vandals took the handles, we’ve got a thing that’s called radar love.

And this version of radar love can see through solid concrete walls.

There are still a few bugs to be worked out: cost, practicality, portability, resolution. But those things will likely come with time.

Although it’s being advertised as having military urban-ops applications, I see more use for it in domestic law enforcement and police work. A lot more.

So as it is, the military will fund its development and the police will use it: I’m on the pavement thinking about the government, as brought to you by the academic-military-industrial complex.

Is that a phased array in your pocket or are you just happy to look through my walls?

And do you have a warrant for its use?

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