That would have to be either a very large Best Buy store or a really small isle. Do they have outlets in Polynesia?
As a matter of fact: http://content.microsoftstore.com/detail/Alamoanacenter
A slab of tissue — in this case, from a mouse's cerebral cortex — was carefully sliced into sections only 70 nanometers thick. (That's the distance spanned by 700 hydrogen atoms theoretically lined up side by side.) These ultrathin sections were stained with antibodies designed to match 17 different synapse-associated proteins, and they were further modified by conjugation to molecules that respond to light by glowing in different colors.
In case you were wondering, you have to be dead to be scanned with this technique, and it doesn't look like they will be able to press a button and scan a whole brain.
I'm not so sure that this small technicality will stop the TSA from installing one of these scanners
Machines have less problems. I'd like to be a machine. -- Andy Warhol