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Author Topic: Army Wants an Honest-to-God B.S. Detector  (Read 6737 times)
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« on: 15 November 2011, 06:00:19 »
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Army Wants an Honest-to-God B.S. Detector

It’s the latest edition of the military’s eternal quest for “A Thingamajig that Solves All Terrorism.” This time, the Army wants a portable gadget that can detect American foes, liars and other delinquent characters with near-perfect accuracy, and do it without ever making physical contact. Yeah, good luck with that, boys.

In the Pentagon’s latest round of research proposal requests, which offer small businesses cash money in exchange for lofty innovation, the Army is after ideas for a gizmo they’ve dubbed “The Standoff Counter Human Deception Detection Device.” Right now, military interrogators depend largely […]


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« Reply #1 on: 26 March 2016, 04:20:58 »
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Definitely could do that. Just need a high speed camera and someone familiar with human emotional responses. Not any one their incompetents or intelligence incompetents. Watch for unconscious response to stimulus before the mind gets a chance to consciously respond. Would go against their desire to torture people. Only beatable with self-torture like hallucinogens or paranoia or brain damage.
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