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    Discussion in 'Mechanical Design news & events' started by john12, Dec 11, 2018.

    1. john12

      john12 Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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      Yeah, France also tested a lot. They even did it as late as the mid-90s. That's crazy really!

      Then of course their undercover agents bombed and sank that Greenpeace ship that was protesting against the tests, and the agents weren't ever really punished for causing the death of one of the photographers on board.
       
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      MSHOfficial Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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      I don’t think so, the government has its eyes on everything. They wouldn’t let any of the news just leak. Its either that they want to spread the news (maybe like cold war) or it might be that the news doesn’t harm them so they let it slide.

      Government is powerful enough to handle people leaking their countries secrets online.

      The future of wars would not be weeks or months it would be hours. Apparently, Russia has bio weapons that is a pathogen and one small glass of it can spread unnoticeably for 18 hours without showing any symptoms and then cause inflammatory respiratory disorder, killing the host with in matter of minutes. One of these glass containers released in worlds largest airports would effect the whole wide worlds within 2 days of it being released. And Russia has 10,000 bottles of those. I got this information from a polish friend of mine, he is usually reliable when it comes to technology of mass destruction.

      So my point being, it would take Russia more than hours to wipe out 75% of the world population. So the only way of humans surviving the next war, is that we do not have a war.
       
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      john12 Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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      Does Russia have an antidote to that for itself though?


      I don't know. I'm supposedly from a pretty well developed country and the level of incompetence of the government is amazing sometimes. To be honest I'd be much more surprised if there were things that they actually managed to keep secret well.
       

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