DC magnetic fields are used in MRI imaging devices, in hospitals and in security systems, such as those in airports.
Placed in a magnetic field, the device has no effect on the field lines, showing neither a shadow nor a reflection. So an object inside the device cannot be detected.
posted on 03/24/2012 11:29:52 PM PDT
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You have a good eye, Tigerseye
posted on 03/24/2012 11:32:18 PM PDT
posted on 03/24/2012 11:33:19 PM PDT
(No, means N O.)
To: U-238; TigersEye
Not good for trying to sneak something past security, if that is what you are thinking. Even if you could make it portable and concealable under clothing, the LN2-cooled superconductor section would be obvious to an IR scan...
posted on 03/24/2012 11:46:27 PM PDT
("Allah": Satan's current alias...)
Save your money. Recent reports are showing that a weapon concealed on the side of your body gets lost in the background shadow of those newfangled airport security scanners.
posted on 03/25/2012 2:04:01 AM PDT
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