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URGENT ALERT! TAKE ACTION NOW STOP SMALLPOX GENETIC ENGINEERING!

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URGENT ALERT! TAKE ACTION NOW!

STOP SMALLPOX GENETIC ENGINEERING!

4 April 2005

Please take action now to stop smallpox genetic engineering!

Genetic Engineering is Regularly used to Produce Lethal Bacteria

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Genetic Engineering is Regularly used to Produce Lethal Bacteria

Source: www.sunshine-project.org

It sounds like science fiction, but it is a deadly reality: lethal microbes, with no cure,

No Biosecurity without Biosafety! Biodefence Research Endangers the Public

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No Biosecurity without Biosafety! Biodefence Research Endangers the Public

ISIS Press Release 16/03/05

Ensuring the safe use of genetic engineering is much more important than preventing or defending the nation from bioterrorist attacks Dr. Mae-Wan Ho

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US Military Taps Bugs and Weeds in War on Terror

By Caroline Drees, Security Correspondent

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Don't squash that bug! Cockroaches, beetles, spiders and
worms may be the U.S. government's next line of defense in the war on terror.

Backed by the Pentagon (news - web sites), scientists are recruiting insects, shellfish, bacteria and even weeds to act as "bio-sentinels," which give early warning of biological and chemical attacks, detect explosives or monitor the spread of contamination.

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