Friday, February 4, 2011

Airport security: Safe as mouses | The Economist

There is a mention at the end of the article, "And there's something disconcerting and sweatshop-like about mice being trapped in containers to sniff air."

I disagree. I think it is noble, not much stress unless they smell a bomb. This is very much a civil servant job. Like a police dog.

Better than receiving experimental drugs, then being kiled, dissected, and examined under microscope.

Airport security: Safe as mouses | The Economist