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That the United States government engaged in dangerous biological research during World War II will come as no surprise to Americans jaded by revelations of secret medical experiments and radiation exposures. But that the accident-plagued facility where it happened--and continues to happen--is just off the coast of Long Island may alarm many readers of Michael Christopher Carroll's Lab 257. Carroll, an attorney by trade, gamely takes on complex microbiology and shady government record-keeping in telling the story of Plum Island, home of the Animal Disease Center--no place for a casual picnic. The lab, initially set up by the Army to research ways of destroying Soviet farm animals (and to keep them from destroying ours), has often dealt with bacteria and viruses that can be passed from animals to humans. Carroll draws compelling causal links between Plum Island and the introduction of Lyme disease, West Nile virus, and duck enteritis, all non-native germs that wreaked sudden havoc in North America, and all germs that Plum Island scientists were allegedly working with. With hurricanes and terrorists on his mind, Carroll asks readers to imagine a scenario in which the Plum Island lab might release pathogens into the most densely populated area in the country. He ends the book with two chilling questions. First, does the United States need a research facility that investigates animal pathogens with potential for human transmission? Second, considering that Plum Island never had a particularly good safety record, is it the right place for such a facility? Lab 257, while occasionally veering into unsupported speculation, introduces key questions to the debate on biological security in the 21st century. --Therese Littleton
Originally posted by Elron
I believe that the most obvious sign of end of days (and this will still be a long time before the actual end) will be all the Christians disappearing
[edit on 16-7-2008 by Elron]
Originally posted by enrage
Its more than likely that your consuming way too many carbs and simple sugars.
Originally posted by sammysearcher
I believe the HAARP systems that have been installed on all 12 nodal points of the earth and are likely backed-up by satellites in stationary orbit have been ramped up to create a state of confusion and disorientation.
This technology has been in place for quite some time and no doubt, as a result of the massive awakening of the population to the sinister plans of the New World Order, has compelled them to use this technology to maintain their control over the restless and pissed-off masses.