Six pathogens, throughout the history of biological warfare, have been considered the most deadly and therefore the most suitable as weapons: anthrax, botulinium, plague, smallpox, tularaemia and viral hemorrhagic fever(s), of these, only smallpox has no other known host, but humans.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Iran's Biological Weapon Complex: Author's note: In 2010, when I was asked to take a look at Iran's biological weapon programs, I hesitated. I went in eyes wide open considering that if Iran even had a program it surely was an emerging one in its infancy and could hardly pose a threat, particularly as international attention was squarly focused on Iran's budding nuclear aspirations. I was surprised after undertaking nearly two years of research to discover a more advanced biological weapon complex than I ever imagined. This is a section of the research from that period.