Our past can't be ignored. If we lower the security then another plane could be hijacked and flown into the Empire State Building per say, if we neglect our past the it will be proven fatal.We must go to all measures and all costs to not have that happen again.
9/11/2001 that's all I have to say, it could happen again. We have to look at past history,if we loosen our bonds on security then a plane could be hijacked and flown into the Empire State Building per say. Things like this can not be ignored. Ignorance of the past can be fatal.
September 11, 2001 has proven to us that security regulations on flights are not too strict in general. The full body scans were a huge invasion of privacy, but luckily the scanners were removed. They have to be strict about what passengers carry for the safety of the flight and the passengers.
No, security regulations are not strict enough. While we may find that waiting extra time in line at the security line in the airport isn't our favorite thing to do, we should wait with patience and appreciate that these measures are being taken to keep us safe from weapons, biological or physical, being taken into an enclosed space with no escape whatsoever. Not enough airports have available x-ray scanners, nor are they required to pass through. Passengers, in my opinion, should have to pass through an initial x-ray screening, checked by computer and human, and then pass through a regular pat down. Although there is no perfect solution, this would at least add an extra layer to the process.