NDTV Correspondent
THE "THOUGHT POLICE" IS NOW ON DUTY ......
Thu Apr 5, 2007 01:41

 
THE "THOUGHT POLICE" IS NOW ON DUTY ......

This is truly scary technology..This is truly scary technology... Think

*Technology retrieves sounds in the wall

NDTV Correspondent
Scientists have developed a technology that can retrieve sounds and conversations that get recorded in the walls around us....
SEE VIDEO:
http://www.ndtv.com/convergence/ndtv/videos.aspx?id=12619

Sunday, April 1, 2007 (New Delhi)
Scientists have developed a technology that can retrieve sounds and
conversations that get recorded in the walls around us.

An Indian scientist and a software engineer have been working on the secret
project for 17 years costing more than 255 crore rupees.

Their identities are kept secret for security reasons.

"Well, the methodology is in great demand by the Americans and in Europe
it's worth billions of dollars," the scientist said.

"We have had kidnap threats, so we can only go public when our security is
guaranteed".

*Cutting edge technology*

NDTV has exclusive access to the cutting edge technology.

Every wall in a room is made up of millions and millions of atoms. Each atom
is a collection of electrons, protons and neutrons - all electrically
charged and constantly moving.

When anyone inside the four walls of a room speaks, the sound carries energy
that travels in waves and hits the walls. When this voice energy hits the
atoms in a wall the electrons and protons are disturbed.

Each word spoken hits the atoms with a different energy level and disturbs
the atoms differently.

Scientists have worked on the software and technology that can measure how
each atom has been disturbed and match each unique disturbance with a unique
word.

The technology virtually "replays" the sequence of words that have been
spoken inside the walls. It's like rewinding a tape recorder and you can go as
far back in history as you want.

*Historic secrets*

The scientists have already recorded many historic conversations some of
which are classified as secret.

They have extracted a few words by Aurangzeb from the walls of the Red Fort
in Delhi and from the walls of the Agra Fort. They contain what Shahjahan
said to Noorjahan on the night before she died.

It's not just voices from the distant past that can be replayed - when you
leave your room at work your boss can tap the walls and hear all that you said.

The amazing technology could change the way we live. Inside the bedroom or
boardroom - nothing is a secret any more.

It will change way nations spy on each other and it will most certainly lead
to the re-writing of history books. The technology will be available
commercially for sale 12 months from now in April 2008.

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The technology virtually "replays" the sequence of words that have been spoken inside the walls. It's like rewinding a tape recorder and you can go as far ...
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Quoting article: "When anyone inside the four walls of a room speaks, the sound carries energy that travels in waves and hits the walls. When this voice energy hits the atoms in a wall the electrons and protons are disturbed."

Ahhh, there you go. Finally an explanation telling why the White House rooms and offices were left in such a mess while the last administration removed themselves to the dustbin of history. Maybe it also explains why secret documents were able to find their way into someone's shorts and socks and left administrative offices during the same exodus. It was the disturbed electons, protons and normally neutrally charged neutrons gaining disturbed status charging with negative gahzintas tossing around all that stuff and landing WH linen in Airforce One baggage.

Now I can feel fuzzy and rest well at night.

BW
~~Salty ~ ~

(Edited by Battle Walker at 6:45 am on April 1, 2007)

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