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In todays world chemical weapons have become an increasing topic of interest due to the conflict in Syria The Syrian conflict has been raging on for more than a year leaving thousands dead but it is the recent use of chemical weapons that has brought attention to this bloodshed To begin chemical weapons are in the category with atomic and biological weapons in terms of destructiveness The horrible power of chemical weapons is why they are causing such an upheaval in global politics The deadly nerve agent sarin was detected in the artillery rockets in Syria as well as in blood and urine samples of victims 1 This chemical is extremely dangerous because it is odorless tasteless colorless and can cause death within minutes of exposure 1 The true horror of such an attack has brought the use of chemical weapons into the spotlight of the world and the question is what to do about them They are obviously not very humane and nobody deserves to die a death that horrible especially innocent civilians As an engineer it is our duty to follow a set code of ethics and before even looking at the code of ethics it is safe to assume mass civilian loss is a major injunctionLet us fast forward five or so years into the future I have taken a job in the military in the field of chemical engineering My job is not specific to the manufacturing or design of chemical weapons it is more geared towards developing ways to make our soldiers safer on the battlefield The Syrian conflict has not yet been resolved and has actually been growing more and more tense Within a few months we find ourselves in the middle of an all out world war This war is like no other because this time there are no limits all sorts of deadly weapons are being used With the increasing demand for deadlier weapons I am transferred
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