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We are entering a critical time for our chemtrail geoengineering activism A global climate agreement that will most likely legalize geoengineering is expected to be signed in Paris, France in December of 2015. After signing, we are looking at a planned five-year implementation schedule.” – Michael J Murphy.
Michael J. Murphy
Above, Ebola Virus spider webs
The article below epitomizes how scientists always rationalize the their deadly work, while ignoring how their research will be used for evil purposes.
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.
It could prove vital in helping officials work out how long an area hit by a biological weapon will remain hazardous following an attack.
The webs are collected from the spiders on specially designed frames before being placed into a sealed container where the web is sprayed with one of the diseases.
Since the web is innert it does not absorb or react with the virus or bacteria, allowing scientists to alter the temperature, humidity and light levels to see how they effect the organisms.
Dr. Steve Lever, who is leading the work at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, said the research is aimed at helping prepare for the threat of a biological attack. He said: 'By increasing our basic understanding of the survival characteristics of threat agents, we can help determine the best response to any biological release – whether accidental or intentional.'
The Ebola virus is transmitted between victims through body fluids such as blood and vomit.
A recent outbreak of the disease has caused more than 11,000 deaths in West Africa. Victims often bleed to death as the cells lining their blood vessels break down. However, little is known about how long the virus can survive in the environment after being left behind by victims.
There is some data that suggests it can survive for several weeks in blood and several hours on contaminated surfaces.
Similarly the bacteria that caused the Black Death - Yersinia pestis – is also thought to be able to persist in soil for several months.
Some tests have shown it can persist in soil for more than a year.
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Below, Lake Michigan ice balls