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1. You can use a Terahertz-frequency beam to see through objects. The theory is reasonably well-documented. Since he`s using a microwave (2.4 GHz) to generate the beam, he`s not getting a high enough frequency. It`s not a metter of using harmonics, either. Making a THz generator is next to impossible.
2. It would see through his entire hand, not just his skin. Why? Because the THz beam sees through the molecular-level holes in the object, not just the top layer.
3. Any time anyone says that "new laws of Physics" have to be written, then they have violated one of the warning signs of bogus science.
4. Whenever you don`t publish to a peer-reviewed journal first, that`s another warning sign.
By the way, resuce teams use infra-red to see though walls. (If you`re cold, there`s no point in resucing you.)
He even went as far as puting the paste on a helment and then puting the paste over it then talking the torch to the paste. He obviously believes in his work. I also saw the suit he was working on durring a special.
He seems to be an amazing inventor, I imagine if any one could make such a machine it would be him.
do you think that everything we have starts out small? no, things always start off as bulky and impractical. take computers for example. many people said the same thing about computers. but as technology improves, we are able to make things smaller and smaller.