Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Seven Myths About Weapons of Terror

The National Defense Industrial Association has published an online article that describes seven misconceptions commonly associated with weapons of terror. These seven myths are:

1. U.S. Medical Excellence Extends to Disaster Response
2. Big-Budget Technology Is Needed to Counter Biological Terrorism
3. Smuggled Nukes Easily Can Be Detected at U.S. Entry Ports
4. If the U.S. Were the Victim of a Nuclear Attack, It Would Immediately Retaliate
5. Terrorists Can Download Nuclear Bomb Recipes From the Internet
6. Liquefied Natural Gas Ships Are Ticking Time Bombs
7. Nerve Gasses Are Terrorists' Chemical Weapons of Choice

Read the full article here: "7 Deadly Myths About Weapons of Terror".

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