An introduction to The Hidden Dominion Bioterror series with a listing of all available articles on bioterrorism.
Discover The Bioterror Threat
This section is the newest addition to The Hidden Dominion, and the most exciting one to me personally.
Our new bioterror series will cover many broad and specific topics alike including: agents, pandemics, methods, ways to prepare for an attack, and CRISPR/technological advancements in gene editing and agent modification.
In recent years the risk of bioterror has increased exponentially. Through new technological advancements it has never been as easy as it is now to make agents unrestricted. This provides an easy template for a terrorist to send a ‘No Return Address’ bio-agent that could cause havoc worldwide.
Also included in this section will be general discussion of terrorism and terrorist acts, and chemical/shooting incidents.
I hope to provide some insight into the risks that are evident from the new tech advancement. Further research topics are heavily encouraged, send me an email requesting more information on a specific subtopic by using the contact page.
To get started in this category please read my introductory article: The Hidden Dominion Bioterror Series
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Throughout history, pandemics have been the culprit for massive reigns of terror. A single effective virus can take down entire continents. The following list has 5 examples of some of these insane pandemics we’ve faced throughout human history. There is a reason why the government has a specific department (CDC) dedicated just to studying and […]
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A new study has shown that certain mice can carry a supergene that allows the mice a higher chance of offspring. Is it a potential threat?
Bioterror and Bioterrorism. It could be closer than you think. Which of the Category A Agents are the most deadly?
The blinding pace of bioterror threats is increasing exponentially with technological advancement and the danger is from minimal regulatory oversight
Information on the threat of bioterrorism. The intentional release of biological weapons of mass destruction and their potential impacts