Blowing Up Dangerous Germs with Oily “Nano Bombs”

© 1999 by Linda Moulton Howe

May 30, 1999  Ann Arbor, Michigan ­ A few weeks ago I reported on Dreamland that the U. S. government is very concerned about biological warfare and bioterrorists. What would happen if anthrax spores, small pox or other dangerous infectious diseases were sprayed into the air above one or more American cities?

One new possible answer seems surprisingly simple and miraculously effective: drops of oil ­ droplets so small they can adhere to the surface of deadly anthrax and small pox pathogens and literally explode the germs. That's why these oil drops are called "nano bombs." Nano means "one billionth." Smaller than viruses and bacteria.


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