241st blog … pulis patola laban sa bio-warfare ng mga kalaban!

walang magagawa ang mga pulis patola  …

dapat ng kumilos ang mga tutang merong baril para utasin ang mga bapor na panggiyera ng mga intsik o kaya naman ay gumamit na tayo ng kulam, gaway at barang laban sa mga banyagang kumakamkam ng ating mga pulo …

kaya kaya ng mga pulis patola ang biological warfare ng mga kalaban?!? … heheheh!

biological warfare or germ warfare is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, smallpox, and fungi with intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war.

biological weapons, bio-threat agents or bio-agents are living organisms or replicating entities or viruses that reproduce or replicate within their host victims.

entomological warfare is also considered a type of biological weapon, distinct from nuclear warfare and chemical warfare, which together make up nuclear, biological, and chemical warfare or weapons, all of which are considered “weapons of mass destruction”

none of these fall under the term conventional weapons which are primarily effective due to their destructive potential.

biological weapons are employed in various ways to gain a strategic or tactical advantage over the enemy, either by threats or by actual deployments.

like some of the chemical weapons, biological weapons may also be useful as area-denial weapons, can be lethal or non-lethal, and may be targeted against a single individual, a group of people, or even an entire population.

if a nation-state uses it clandestinely, it may also be considered bio-terrorism.

toxins and psychochemical weapons are often referred to as mids-spectrum agents, unlike bio-weapons, these mid-spectrum agents do not reproduce in their host and are typically characterized by shorter incubation periods.

as a tactical weapon for military use, a significant problem with a BW attack is that it would take days to be effective, and therefore might not immediately stop an opposing force.

some biological agents (smallpox, pneumonic plague) have the capability of person-to-person transmission via aerosolized respiratory droplets, and the agent(s) may be transmitted by this mechanism to unintended populations, including neutral or even friendly forces.

when the USA entered the war, mounting british pressure for the creation of a similar research program for an allied pooling of resources, led to the creation of a large industrial complex at fort detrick, maryland in 1942.

the biological and chemical weapons developed during that period were tested at the dugway proving grounds in utah, and soon, facilities sprouted for the mass production of anthrax spores, brucellosis, and botulism toxins, although the war was over.

considerable research into BW was undertaken throughout the cold war by the US, UK and USSR, and probably other major nations as well, although it is generally believed that such weapons were never used.

in britain, the 1950s saw the weaponization of plague, brucellosis, tularemia and later equine encephalomyelitis and vaccinia viruses.

the united states army biological warfare laboratories weaponized anthrax, tularemia, brucellosis, Q-fever and others.

the americans developed an anti-crop capability during the cold war that used plant diseases for destroying enemy agriculture, and biological weapons that would target fisheries as well as water-based vegetation.

biological warfare can also specifically target plants to destroy crops or defoliate vegetation with a herbicidal warfare program that was eventually used in malaya and vietnam in counterinsurgency operations.

in 1980s, the russians developed variants of foot-and-mouth disease, and rinderpest against cows, african swine fever for pigs, and psittacosis to kill chicken, by spraying them down from tanks or attached to airplanes over hundreds of miles.

during the mau mau uprising in 1952, the poisonous latex of the african milk bush was used to kill cattle, and the rabbit disease myxomatosis was introduced – from south america, to australia and europe, with the intention of reducing the rabbit population.

entomological warfare is a type of biological warfare that uses insects to attack the enemy. the concept has existed for centuries and research and development have continued into the modern era with agent, such as plague or anthrax.

o, nakahanda na ba ang mga pulis patola para asarin ang mga kalaban?

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