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#2 Apr 15, 2012
The facility has a 70 percent chance of failure to contain biological pathogens "BIO WEAPONS". Researchers say " A direct hit by a F-5 Tornado could rupture seals containing the pathogenic weapons" Facilty officials say the lab is totally "safe" and there is no need for concern. Seeing the increase in tornado outbreaks. Why should we worry? Right?......... Ahhhhhh Kansas!!!!!
#3 Apr 16, 2012
Reports indicate the new facility in Manhattan, Kansas is intended to replace the Plum Island bio-warfare testing facility, and like its predecessor, a DHS risk assessment says it will be used to research advanced biological pathogens and emerging threats that are not only hazardous, but highly contagious to human and animal populations.----->>This November 16 article should have stated that a calculation that there is a nearly 70 percent chance a pathogen could escape the planned Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Kansas was made by a National Research Council panel based on data from a U.S. Homeland Security Department risk assessment. The NRC panel also estimated economic losses of between $9 billion and $50 billion from a postulated foot-and-mouth disease outbreak
#4 Apr 17, 2012
"Plum Island" bio-weapons lab, has moved facilities to Manhattan Ks.-- The origins of "Lyme Disease">> In the mid-1970's Lyme Disease broke out in Connecticut and it has since spread through much of the United States. This program examines the possibility that Lyme Disease may have spread as a result of clandestine experimentation on biological warfare on Plum Island-a Department of Agriculture facility that doubled as an Army BW research facility. Dedicated to the study of animal diseases, Plum Island appears to have been the site of experiments with disease-infected ticks conducted by Nazi scientists brought into the United States under Project Paperclip. One of the Nazi scientists who appears to have been involved with Plum Island was Dr. Erich Traub, who was in charge of the Third Reich's virological and bacteriological warfare program in World War II. Was Traub involved with experiments that led to the spread of Lyme Disease?
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