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Chemical Biological Warfare Ever since the beginning of time people have used tools which were later called weapons People have used weapons to defend his or her life family property prosperity country and even his honor Over the years weapons have improved greatly and people are still trying to make them even better In earlier times when man started using weapons they were made of stones sticks fire or whatever was available to them Now the weapons I speak of werent as harmful and deadly as the weapons of today but as the old story goes David did kill the giant Goliath with a sling-shot and a stone These weapons could still kill someone if they didnt receive the proper attention because of the infections they would cause Some of the weapons used now are very powerful and deadly to any living things some that could wipe out entire cities Good examples of these types of weapons are chemical and biological weapons The power of these type of weapons would be fatal to anything it comes across These weapons hold so much power that humans and other living things would die and not even realize it was coming Chemical and Biological weapons have been used in war many a time in which mankind had the chance to see their power and their harmfulness These types of weapons are very powerful and undetectable in most cases and could be made from mostly any virus or chemical Humans have seen the power of chemical and biological weapons on a many occasions If any of these kind of weapons are used in any certain area the chances of survival are very limited because most of the chemicals and viruses used to make these weapons are deadly The UN and other major world organizations have created many laws and rules against the use in any way of chemical and biological
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