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Massive blow on the horrizon for Drug Production
    #427092 - 10/16/01 07:25 AM (15 years, 15 days ago)

Well, on the radio i heard about a bilogical sniffer coming out next year that can detect any chemical, gas, bacteria, etc from a football field distance! All the police have to do is drive up and down every street, and wait for the machine to find something.
It would take a couple of minutes for the DEA to set the evil thing to detect every substance in drug production.
Say byby meth and E, and any other chemicaly produced drug.....(although meth probably should go). It may even be able to sniff out pot.

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Re: Massive blow on the horrizon for Drug Production [Re: Tlaloc]
    #428014 - 10/17/01 01:36 AM (15 years, 14 days ago)

The EPA has been doing tests like this for years.. If you look at any FULL EPA air quality report, they list whatever is in the air.. Durring the flowering season Marijuana pollin is BIG and they rate the level of mushroom spores in the air all the time, along with wild yeasts and other airbourn crap...

As for a machine that police can use... No way.. Sounds way too far beyone the cops abilities and financial means...



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Re: Massive blow on the horrizon for Drug Production [Re: GabbaDj]
    #428019 - 10/17/01 01:38 AM (15 years, 14 days ago)

uhh, that would be invasion of privacy?



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Re: Massive blow on the horrizon for Drug Production [Re: Tlaloc]
    #428257 - 10/17/01 09:32 AM (15 years, 14 days ago)

Wasn't that sniffer to be used in airports?


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