The Pros And Cons Of Chemical And Biological Weapons

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World War Two, expensive on all sides of the map. From the death toll to the financial cost for the total of, if we include 1939, six years. The National World War Two Museum states that; during the six years we, The United States, lost 416,800 military personnel. That number added to the rest of the world make the military personnel number skyrocket to, 19,463,200. The United States government during the last few years devoted their time and effort towards the Manhattan project. The total cost of the project as a whole took up 7% of the total cost of the war, says newint.org. Which approximates at 1.6 trillion dollars according to quora.com. With both of these factors placed in the big picture, lots of factors kill both military personnel …show more content…
Countries now are trying for nuclear power and to out produce the United States and Russia, who as of now hold the most.The likelihood of nuclear is far fetched as of now but the chemical and biological weapons is very prominent. Biological due to one small slip of the head and a new virus is created when its original intent was to cure something else.Unlike the Biological weapon a chemical weapon can be gained through means of obtaining from an outside source or made at home. Even though the chemicals that are usually associated with are not in liquid form they are in powders and gases. Both are either deadly or impairing to the people that they affect.With the different types and forms the weapons of mass destruction can be anything from any terrorist or radical organizations. These groups can lead to the powerful forms of weapons to consequences that are fatal and world …show more content…
From the environment not being able to produce to the possibility of no safe water to keep human life going. Even though nothing is left standing at the end of a nuclear attack, chemical attacks can still have governments in place and it can affect them. The toll it takes on the governments is how to keep everything in check and rebuilding. Granted chemicals could stain the air around them but the rebuilding of police and task forces to retain the threat at hand will need rebuilding. As far as keeping things in check, how to prevent from this happening again. Humans are affected for obvious reasons, the things we need to survive are greatly harmed from the air we breath to possibly our immune systems shutting down due to the biological weapon that was used against us. Lastly, biological weapons toll on networks. The network of human traffic to be exact. The trafficking of people is what can spread the virus or bacteria from place to place. The Ebola virus scare two years ago it brought new fear into people in the United States. The same thing is happening now with the Zika Virus. The strange thing is that both of these viruses have been around for the last half century but as soon as people begin to die is when the disease is brought to the attention of the media. However

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