Some of the intelligence tools that militaries use to gather intelligence could play a growing role in preventing the worst-case scenario. By Patrick Tucker
Thanks to Moon Raker for flagging this.
Drugged food is yet another safety concern to watch out for in China.
A restaurant owner in Shaanxi Province has admitted to secretly infusing his noodles with poppy shells (from which opium is made) in order to keep diners coming back.
The piece purports to describe scientific findings from various “reports,” which are not cited in detail, and even references the bestselling thriller, “The Hot Zone.”
“Reports narrate stories of the US Department of Defense (DoD) funding Ebola trials on humans, trials which started just weeks before the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone,” wrote Delaware State University associate professor Cyril Broderick.
Under the headline, “Ebola, AIDS Manufactured by Western Pharmaceuticals, US DoD?”, it says: “the U.S., Canada, France, and the U.K. are all implicated in the detestable and devilish deeds that these Ebola tests are. There is a need to pursue criminal and civil redress for damages.”
Fleas collected and tested as part of a surveillance program by the Coconino County Public Health Services District Environmental Health tested positive for Yersinia pestis, or the plague, according to a ABC 15 news report Wednesday afternoon.
DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Sept. 23, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PositiveID Corporation (“PositiveID” or “Company”) (OTCQB:PSID), a developer of biological detection and diagnostics solutions, today announced that it is accelerating the prototype development of its Firefly Dx system, a handheld, real-time PCR (polymerase chain reaction) system designed to provide molecular diagnostic results in less than 20 minutes at the point of need. To advance the development, PositiveID has engaged