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by Gladson I. Nwanna
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  • Author:
    Gladson I. Nwanna
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    189060514X
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    978-1890605148
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    Frontline Publishers, Inc. (April 1, 2004)
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    312 pages
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This book provides a basic but comprehensive information on the subject of Weapons of Mass Destruction

This book provides a basic but comprehensive information on the subject of Weapons of Mass Destruction. The book lists and discusses various biological, chemical and radiological agents and weapons, including anthrax, botulism, sarin, dirty bombs and mustard gas. For each agent and/or associated weapon, the book describes what they are, and importantly, measures that citizen's can take to minimize the risks caused by exposure to them

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Weapon of mass destruction (WMD), weapon with the capacity to inflict death and destruction on such a.

Weapon of mass destruction (WMD), weapon with the capacity to inflict death and destruction on such a massive scale and so indiscriminately that its very presence in the hands of a hostile power can be considered a grievous threat. At the same time both superpowers also amassed stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons, the two other principal types of modern WMD. Chemical weapons consist of liquids and gases that choke their victims, poison their blood, blister their skin, or disrupt their nervous system.

Why should chemical and biological weapons be classified as WMD? Unlike nuclear weapons and some conventional weapons, such as Daisy . Are there weapons of mass destruction that are worse than nuclear weapons?

Why should chemical and biological weapons be classified as WMD? Unlike nuclear weapons and some conventional weapons, such as Daisy Cutters,. Other than nuclear and chemical weapons, what current technology qualifies as a weapon of mass destruction? Do you think nuclear weapons will cause mass destruction to humans? Will there ever be any weapon stronger than a nuclear weapon? Why worry about small arms and light weapons, when there are weapons of mass destruction, like nuclear and biological weapons, which are much. Are there weapons of mass destruction that are worse than nuclear weapons?

It was probably inevitable, once terms like weapons of mass destruction and dirty bomb became part of the mainstream lexicon, that a guide to their .

It was probably inevitable, once terms like weapons of mass destruction and dirty bomb became part of the mainstream lexicon, that a guide to their avoidance for everyday citizens would appear; and here it is. Nwanna, a former World Bank consultant, turns to public sources such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for information abou. more).

This book provides a basic but comprehensive information on the subject of Weapons of Mass Destruction. The book lists and discusses various biological, chemical and radiological agents and weapons. For each agent and/or associated weapon, the book describes what they are, and importantly, measures that citizen's can take to minimize the risks caused by exposure to them. Further more, the book addresses various questions commonly asked about these agents and weapons, in particular those related to their effects on human health. Also included in the book are sources for additional information.