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The poor mans nuke Exploring the icky world of Bio-terrorism The fire bombing of Dresden during world War two proved that human ingenuity was capable of extinguishing humans on a mass scale in a short time over 100000 in less then a day That was one of the most costly actions of the war requiring the combined effort of all the allied forces It also threw the eelment of stealth out the window There was no way to hide a couple thousand planes The dropping of an A-bomb on Hiroshima set an upparaleeled standed in mass musrder and destroction One single plane flew over one man pressed one button and one bomb was dropped Complicated nuclear fisson mathmatacle formulae was used to add up all those ones and come up with 50 000 deaths that is Hiroshema stands out more in the collective social memerory more then dresden does because a reletively simple action dropping a bomb resulted in so many deaths This not only change the way death and destruction was veiwed but also the united states The entire planet lknew that we had The Bomb Much of the rest of the countries either couldnt afford one couldnt make one or couldnt get one here It effectivly made us a political dragon the biggest beast in the land This leaves our enemies will very few options one of the best being bio-terrorism get the dragon sick On any given work day there are 75 million people in Manhattan it is litterally 8 squre miles of human sardines One man with one small vile of anthrax can set of a catastrophe that would shake the entire counrty off of its perch of false security Simple quiet cheap inevitable As thenubers of our global enemies increse the question will cease to be will something like this happen and
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