posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 06:47 AM
reply to post by BornPatriot
There are a lot of nasty bio-weapons. However - there is also a lot of nasty "natural" viruses/microbes/parasites.
So you should not connect any outbreak/epidemic or even pandemic to weaponised bio-agents. European plague was certainly major killer and yet it was
not artificial. However it was used as biological warfare even then. Flue pandemic in early 20th century was major killer and was not used as a
One can never know for sure. But as for 1970s , AIDS (you meant HIV?) and Merck - it is false. First recognised case of HIV infection in people was in
So there must be cases earlier that were not found. If it was "upgraded" in
some lab and set an outbreak - noone knows, i doubt it though. It is not very efficient.
The same is for SARS and such. Biological weapons are usually very "efficient" killers.
[edit on 14-2-2009 by ZeroKnowledge]