Bioweapons Debate Essay

Bioweapons Debate Essay - Scott Wetzel Bio Lab 120 Aaron...

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Scott Wetzel Bio Lab 120 Aaron Brown 10/30/06 Integrity Disclaimer:      I certify that the work presented here is my own. I  have cited sources appropriately, have paraphrased correctly, and have  written the work myself. I have not shared my work with other students  enrolled in Biology 120, nor have I acquired the work from other students  enrolled in Biology 120, students previously enrolled in Biology 120, or  papers written for any Biology course. Bioweapons Debate Essay Bioweapons have recently become a topic of concern as a sort of side  issue of terrorism, but their employment and development is by no means a  modern phenomenon. From medieval armies catapulting infected bodies over  castle walls to the mustard gas used heavily in World War II, this innovative  concept has always been appealing to scientists and military personnel alike.  This is mainly because bioweapons are fairly easy to produce, cost-efficient, and 
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difficult to detect, much less defend against. But their widespread accessibility 
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO LAB 120 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '08 term at Clemson.

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