Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Bacteriological Program cited as Model for International Cooperation

'I think the researchers had no option than to go into space,' claimed Frederick Holden. Not ready to give up on attempts to develop a bacteriological weapon he cited the experiments  carried out on the International Space Station as an example of what is possible when nations collaborate and a model for what can be achieved through international cooperation:

'So far there have been no leaks, not even Wiki! Thanks to our foresight in building the facility in  space, our scientists have been free to develop multiple generations of cultures in secure conditions that are just not available in ground based laboratories.' - extract from the diary of Frederick Holden.

Read more of Frederick Holden's observations about this project conducted 200 miles above Earth in 'The Biocide Conspiracy.'

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