Friday, May 08, 2009


Today, updates to the post on the Obama administration's appointment to be head scientist at the Department of Homeland Security.

First posted at DD's WordPress blog in the directory over, here.

Even if you're a regular and haven't reset your bookmarks, the refers will still post on this piece of real estate.

Anyway, page down and you'll see --

Tara O’Toole predicts

U Pitt News, April 15, 2005

One hundred kilograms of anthrax dropped on Washington, D.C., would be as deadly as a one-megaton hydrogen bomb.

This is one of the many reasons why Dr. Tara O’Toole believes the use of biological weapons is “potentially imminent.”

O’Toole discussed bioweapons in her lecture “Disease as a Weapon: A New Challenge for the 21st Century.” The speech, full of cautionary words and threats of unavoidable disaster, fell upon the ears of an Alumni Hall audience Tuesday afternoon.

Bioweapons have been proven to work on a large scale; they can kill hundreds of thousands of people at one time. Generally, it is difficult to determine where a bioweapon was let loose, so an exact radius of destruction is hard to calculate, O’Toole said.

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Blogger João o Ião said...

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Blogger João o Ião said...

You know what they say?
Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
So it's pork barrel galore for everyone in the biohazard business.

3:01 PM  

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