1. In Lies We Trust The CIA, Hollywood & Bioterrorism Trailer


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    A feature length documentary critical of the U.S. Government's new 24-hour television network and film, History of Bioterrorism. You'll laugh, you'll cry, but you may not die by watching Sir Leonard George Horowitz's provide amazing documents that fill in the large gaps between truth and terrorist propaganda put out by Uncle Sam. http://www.WarOnWeThePeople.com http://www.PharmaWhores.com http://www.Love528.com http://www.i528tunes.com http://www.InceptionMovieExplained.com http://www.HealthyWorldAffiliates.com/1 http://www.DrLenHorowitz.com http://www.SherriKane.com http://www.MedicalVeritas.org http://www.FluScam.com http://www.HealthyWorldStore.com http://www.TrueOtt.com http://www.PaulSullaFraud.com http://www.CureShoppe.com http://www.528OrgoneGenerators.com http://www.OxySilver.com http://www.LiquidDentist.net http://www.PrimoLife.net http://www.ZeoLife.net http://www.youtube.com/user/DrLenHorowitz http://www.livestream.com/thelovechanneltelevision http://justfindthetruth.blogspot.com/ http://www.LoveMinerals.com http://www.LiveH2o.org http://www.InLiesWeTrust.com http://www.SilverSolFraud.com http://www.LoveCodeSeminar.com http://www.HealthyWorldSolutions.com http://www.Love528Bar.com http://www.TheBookOf528.com http://www.HeavenlyKingdom.net http://www.BreathOfTheEarth.net http://TheWaterResonator.com http://528Rejuvenate.com

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    • Ready for the Call


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      The Washington State University College of Pharmacy Preparedness Team joins with Spokane Regional Health District and the WSU College of Nursing to form an emergency response team able to deal with bioterrorism events and other disasters. Written and Edited by Becky Phillips Production by Adam Ratliff

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      • Colin T. Nelson - REPRISAL - authors writers interviews


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        Colin T. Nelson - in a 30 year legal career has been both a prosecutor and defense lawyer. He has also been a part time college instructor, and is a saxophonist playing with the jazz group, “BlueMood”. In his mystery novel, “REPRISAL”, he implements his working experience as he wrote his novel, a story of Somali terrorist events and the use of small pox virus in a bio-terrorist plot. In the interview Lori questions Nelson to discover the elements in writing a mystery novel of bio-terrorism in an era where terrorist plots are a fact of life. Can American children become weapons of mass destruction? Selections from the Prologue of REPRISAL ---- “Prior to opening the skull, Dr. Wong completed the external exam quickly and noted she found no identifying marks on the body.  No other trauma, except for the lacerated neck, presented itself.  Since the cause of death was clear to her, she scanned the body quickly.  She studied the young black boy’s skin that had turned a shade of gray, like ashes.... Zehra Hassan, one of dozens of Public Defenders in Minneapolis, forced herself out of the office ... She’d been appointed to defend the terrorist accused of killing a missing Somali boy who’d returned to Minneapolis... Zehra took a deep breath.  Considering she had ambtions to be the first Muslim judge in Minnesota, defending a Muslim terrorist wouldn’t help her career at all...” To read more --- http://colintnelson.com.s71507.gridserver.com/blog/?page_id=184 www.colintnelson.com author -- Colin T. Nelson book -- REPRISAL interview by -- Lori Crever -- Author30@yahoo.com --

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          In this broadcast from 2/25/11, we discuss NALCO and the proprietary ingredients of Corexit. "It's like any other product," said Charlie Pajor, a senior manager at the Illinois-based company: "We developed them and we're protecting our trade secret." Roughly 20-odd dispersant products exist, he said, and while they have similar types of components, they "have proprietary recipes like Coca-Cola". (May 5, 2010 archive from deepwaterhorizonresponse.com) Continue reading article at http://worldvisionportal.org/wordpress/index.php/2011/02/gulf-bioterrorism-a-silent-deadly-enemy-among-us-part-ii/ International Common Law Copy Rights by Michael Edward, the Living Light Network at http://livinglightnetwork.org, the World Vision Portal at http://www.worldvisionportal.org, and The Gulf Blue Plague at http://blueplague.org. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wvp

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          • What's Really for Dinner - Webcast


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            There is a growing trend among Americans to be more aware of what we are putting into our bodies. Organic markets and restaurants are popping up everywhere. People are trying to eat healthier, yet the question remains – is our food supply safe? Why are there so many outbreaks of foodborne illness in modern society? What are the risks of modern food? Learn more at: www.studyatapu.com/whats-really-for-dinner

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            • Jim Campbell on how bioterrorism could threaten the U.S.


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              Asia in Review host Bill Sharp in a discussion with Jim Campbell of APCSS on how bioterrorism could threaten the U.S.

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              • Improving Planning for Public Health Emergencies


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                Abstract Designing good plans is critical to responding effectively to public health emergencies such as pandemic influenza and bioterrorism attacks. This talk will describe operations research models that we have created to help public health officials across the nation plan their response. For planning points of dispensing (PODs), we have constructed novel queueing network approximations and implemented them in a planning tool to determine the number of staff needed to meet a desired throughput (visitors per hour) and to estimate how long visitors will spend inside the facility. In addition, we have developed approaches to solve the inventory slack routing problem (a type of vehicle routing problem) in order to determine the best way to distribute medication to PODs while medication is still arriving at a central depot. Finally, we have designed heuristics to solve the continuous replenishment inventory routing problem, which determines the minimum number of vehicles required to supply a set of PODs that are operating continuously. The area of planning for public health emergencies is rich area for motivating research into interesting operations research problems and applying the results of this research to improve a community's preparedness. Biography Jeffrey W. Herrmann is an associate professor at the University of Maryland, where he holds a joint appointment with the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Institute for Systems Research. He is the director of the Simulation-Based System Design Laboratory and Associate Director for the University of Maryland Quality Enhancement Systems and Teams (QUEST) Honors Fellows Program. He is a member of INFORMS, ASME, IIE, SME, and ASEE. Dr. Herrmann earned his B.S. in applied mathematics from Georgia Institute of Technology. As a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow from 1990 to 1993, he received his Ph.D. in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Florida. His dissertation investigated production scheduling problems motivated by semiconductor manufacturing. He held a post-doctoral research position in the Institute for Systems Research from 1993 to 1995. Dr. Herrmann has led applied research projects supported by NSF, NIST, ONR, the Semiconductor Research Corporation, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive Command, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space, Harris Semiconductor, Northrop Grumman Electronic Sensors and Systems Division, Black & Decker, and other manufacturers in the state of Maryland. His publications cover topics in process planning, production scheduling, manufacturability evaluation, and manufacturing facility design. His current research interests include emergency preparedness planning and response, health care operations, production scheduling, and engineering design decision-making.

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                • Preparing for Bioterrorism


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                  This work is part of a series of videos that explores preparedness in our society, in addition to the everyday challenge of resisting change and maintaining control. It examines the fear generated by a world of non-stop exponential technological revolutions, the impending global climate change, and a media focused on an uncertain economic future that serves the omnipresent consumer culture. I use humor and absurdist situations as a method for dealing with these challenging topics in an indirect way, resulting in an element of escapism.

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                  • The USA plans development of new biological weapons on the territory of Georgia


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                    The USA, Georgia, South Ossetia, Abhazia, biological weapon, laboratories, millions, victims, satan, sign of satan, aim, tests, presidents, rulers, viruses, extinction of nation, bioterrorism

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                    • Bob Graham on the Bioterror Threat: Citizen Involvement


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                      Former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, co-author of one of the most authoritative studies of terrorist threats against the United States, "World at Risk," talks about the importance of making citizens vigilant in recognizing and understanding potential terrorist threats.

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