Friday, November 26, 2010

All Public Urinals could scan a mans urine for disease

All public urinals could be made to have scanner or sensor technology such as infraspectrometers sp?,  to scan the cascade of a mans urine to diagnose disease.

Sensor and microchips have become so cheap that I foresee that this could easily be a feasible action.

You could also put them in bars and if a person has had too much to drink it would tell them.

There are many applications to this.

If we can scan and see the naked bodies of people in airports today, why can't we scan just the urine for diseases, and things that should not be there.  This could indeed lead to the prevention of pandemic diseases in the future.

This would greatly increase the health of the American Population.

I don't know what you would do about womens health regarding this.  And also I don't know what we will do when the clean water flowing down the urinal shows disease is already present.

I am going to forward this one to FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Association.

We could also screen everyone entering the country for narcotics in this manner.  Unless of course you are of the mindset that we need more of those people here.

Thomas Paul Murphy
Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

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