posted on Dec, 7 2004 @ 01:38 PM
Does the government know something that they are not sharing? Or does the media just need something to hang their hat on for the week?
Actually, while I would love to believe that this is just something for the media to hang their hat's on, I have to agree that there is a huge
potential threat to the food sources. Think of the obvious first. On a very small scale:
1) Your regular grocery store - In my area at least all of the fruits and vegetables are out on display, and you pick the ones you want. A simple
diffuser, or spray bottle could contaminate quite a bit of food easily.
2) Milk - milk is carried in tankers where it goes to the processing plants and mixed together in large "vats". I read once, and I wish I could
remember where, but an official in the Dairy Industry said If 1 truck were contaminated with Botulism, that "there would not be enough body bags in
Wisconson to hold all of the dead"
3) Resevoirs - VERY scary - they are virtually large lakes with little to no security whatsoever other than a chain link fence. It wasn't too long
ago that my buddies and I used to go swimming in a resevoir.
Think about that one for a second.