Military scientists spray spider webs with Ebola and the PLAGUE

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Military scientists spray spider webs with Ebola and the PLAGUE
« on: October 31, 2015, 07:47:03 PM »
Forget the Black Widow, these cobwebs are much more deadly! Military scientists spray spider webs with Ebola and the PLAGUE

By Richard Gray for MailOnline

Published: 19:08 EST, 30 October 2015

Cobwebs tend to take on a particular menace at this time of year, but military scientists have been conducting research that turns them into something deadly.

Researchers working for the UK's Ministry of Defence have been spraying spider webs with diseases including Ebola and the Black Death.

The research is being conducted to test the lifespan of the bacteria and viruses that cause the diseases while in the environment.


Scientists at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory have been spraying spiders' webs with bacteria and viruses (pictured) that cause deadly diseases in experiments to see how long it takes the organisms to die. They hope it can tell them how long it may take an environment to become safe after a biological attack

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3297219/EBOLA-PLAGUE-sprayed-spider-webs-UK-MoD.html#ixzz3qC19KaP6





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Re: Military scientists spray spider webs with Ebola and the PLAGUE
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2015, 10:49:59 PM »
I bet the elite are pissed that nanosilver exists and is easily and affordably accessible to the masses, especially to the point where you can make your own.

P.S.  I wonder what Level 2 lab they're spraying that stuff in (because we know they wouldn't use the required level 4).  For all we know they could be doing it in open air outside.