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  1. Bogeyman

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    America's biological defense guide /May 2, 2019
    https://thebulletin.org/2019/05/wha...-strategic-national-stockpile-for-biodefense/

    The American Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stopped research by the US military in the laboratories of the biological defense institute, as the institution failed to pass the audit.
    August 2, 2019
    https://www.fredericknewspost.com/n...cle_767f3459-59c2-510f-9067-bb215db4396d.html

    Operations at Fort Detrick's USAMRIID lab to resume on limited basis / 1 hour ago

    The biological military laboratory at Fort Detrick that had its high-level research shut down by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this year due to safety protocol failures announced late Friday it will resume operations on a limited scale.

    The U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, one of the few laboratories in the country that can handle dangerous pathogens such as Ebola, will begin work again in its biosafety level 3 and biosafety level 4 laboratories, said Col. E. Darrin Cox, USAMRIID commander.

    USAMRIID stopped its work in its biosafety level 3 and 4 laboratories in July after receiving a July 15 cease and desist letter from the CDC. The letter ordered the laboratory to stop most of its operations following lapses in its biosafety protocol, according to previous News-Post reporting.
    Following the cease and desist letter, USAMRIID’s registration with the Federal Select Agent Program (FSAP), which sets regulations for laboratories handling dangerous and lethal pathogens, was suspended.
    USAMRIID received a letter from the CDC and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the two agencies that oversee the FSAP, partially lifting the military laboratory’s suspension with the FSAP program on Nov. 20, Cox said.
    The letter, which contained contingencies that USAMRIID still needs to meet, allows scientists to resume working on five studies. USAMRIID can also resume full operational status as part of the Laboratory Response Network, which is a network of three laboratories that can determine what an unknown material is.
    Even though the CDC and USDA have partially lifted USAMRIID’s FSAP suspension, USAMRIID still needs approval from Gen. John Murray, commanding general of the Army Futures Command, before it can start work, Cox said.
    Going forward, the CDC will continue to approve the studies that USAMRIID scientists wish to do. And it will continue to inspect the agency until the full suspension is lifted, Cox said.
    https://www.fredericknewspost.com/p...cle_37fba018-9d3e-5eb7-a7d5-bd51f1527923.html

    US Air Force Research Laboratory introduces a new generation of electronic technology for biosafety. With the new generation of sensors, HIV makes it easy to detect airborne infection-causing viruses on a nano-scale. /August 26, 2019
    https://purdue.edu/newsroom/release...light-manipulation-easier-to-manufacture.html
    PDF version for limited access to the main article
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/suppl/10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b02598/suppl_file/nl9b02598_si_001.pdf

    Los Alamos National Laboratory developed mobile laboratory technologies for the detection of chemical weapons (versions of nerve gas sarin, VX and others).
    https://www.sciencenews.org/article/mini-portable-chemical-lab-field-test-toxic-nerve-warfare-agents

    Biological weapons programs in Soviet Russia (pdf foreword true book 921 pages)
    http://scienceandglobalsecurity.org/archive/sgs22carus.pdf

    History of Biological Weapons
    Turkish Naval Academy, Pusula magazine page 24 (dated 2017)
    http://kutuphane.msu.edu.tr/medas/?arama=&alanSablon=&konu=Deniz Harp Okulu&tur=&gorunum=listeBuyuk&sno=1#katalog

    By 2024, Americans are trying to activate facilities where they can reliably test nuclear weapons on a scale of 10-30 megajoules. (Page 40 of the Journal 2017)
    https://www.sandia.gov/research/_assets/documents/sandiaresearchvol3_iss3_mar2017.pdf

    Recent developments from the nuclear weapons program in the 2018 annual report of the SANDIA national laboratory affiliated to the US Department of Energy
    https://www.sandia.gov/news/publica.../documents/2019_LabsAccomplishments_Final.pdf

    Climate modeling for post-nuclear war between America and Russia
    https://eos.org/articles/nuclear-winter-may-bring-a-decade-of-destruction

    Technical considerations on the possible consequences of the use of nuclear weapons in civilian settlements
    https://permalink.lanl.gov/object/tr?what=info:lanl-repo/lareport/LA-UR-19-28987

    Penetration tests of B61 nuclear weapons in 1988
    https://mfr.osf.io/render?url=https://osf.io/e5q34/?action=download&mode=render

    MIRV design verification data for Los Alamos laboratory 1971
    https://mfr.osf.io/render?url=https://osf.io/fbvx9/?action=download&mode=render

    Pentagon's feasibility report for the 1994 SLBM warheads Phase 2 Part-1 - 191 MB
    https://mfr.osf.io/render?url=https://osf.io/83sja/?action=download&mode=render
    Phase 2 Part-2 - 107 MB
    https://mfr.osf.io/render?url=https://osf.io/b3a8e/?action=download&mode=render

    IBM will sell a quantum computer with a capacity of 5000 qubit to the Los Alamos National Research laboratory, which manages R & D processes related to nuclear weapons in the United States. The company had previously sold 2000 qubit quantum computers to the laboratory. According to the news, it is said that the system is dealing with problems that cannot be solved by normal means and that the system is specially designed for this task. Therefore, it cannot be compared with IBM's 53-qubit system or Google's 72-qubit quantum computer. /September 25, 2019
    https://www.techspot.com/news/82063-los-alamos-national-laboratory-buying-5000-qubit-quantum.html
     
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    This book, dating from 2003, deals with doctrine-based approaches to the use of nuclear weapons.