Tuesday, June 29, 2004


I have been waiting for someone else to realize the deadly implications of an outbreak of smallpox. "But wait, Father," you say, "I thought smallpox had been eradicated." Guess again, kids. Several high level defectors from the Russian Bio-Defense Agency, Bio-Preperat, report that the Russians for years were working on weaponizing smallpox. They used a particularly nasty strain called the India-1. It was thought that India-1 could kill as many as 3 of out 4 of those exposed and many with the bloody form of smallpox. The Russian scientists created a warhead that made it possible to transport the smallpox on an ICBM. But that isn't the scary part.

The scary part is nobody knows where the warheads went or what happened to them.

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