News on nano weapons has now gone mainstream, albeit one article. However, they are not new and have been discussed by experts who published information on them at least as far back as 2004. Take the following articles by Lev Navrozov at the World Tribune, for example:
The next world war will be waged with nano-weapons (Thursday, September 4, 2008)
Molecular nano weapons in China vs. U.S. ‘unilateral disarmament’ (Monday, March 15, 2004)
How do ‘nano weapons’ work, and why does U.S. trail China in molecular nanotechnology? (August 8, 2004)
China’s nano weapons and its doctrine of ‘Unrestricted War’ (Monday, October 15, 2007)
Molecular Nano weapons: Research in China and talk in the West (February 29, 2004)
Roadside bombs? U.S. soldier sees death ‘out of the East in slow motion’ (November 7, 2005)
Must I praise China as Walter Duranty glorified the USSR? (Thursday, April 16, 2009)
Does the CIA know anything about China’s weaponized nanotechnology? (Thursday, May 28, 2009)
It is also within Lev’s archive that you will read about how nano weapons will have their own nano factories that are fully self-sustainable, powered by nano robots that create more and more nano weapons, nano factories, biological nano weapons and more. Entire nano armies could be built from these… by the billions and trillions. They are not only to be considered weapons of mass destruction, but something that could also wipe out enemy weapons of mass destruction. Imagine millions of nano bots dismantling North Korean or Iranian nuclear weapons in their silos and safely eating away the nuclear core like termites on wood — let alone the look on people’s faces when they see it happening right before their very eyes. They can be used for good, or as we also see, for nefarious purposes.
“I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.”
– Albert Einstein
Well, Albert. It looks like it just might be nano weapons.
Either way, welcome to (at least) 2004, mainstream media. You’re a bit behind.
Several countries are developing nanoweapons that could unleash attacks using mini-nuclear bombs and insect-like lethal robots.
While it may be the stuff of science fiction today, the advancement of nanotechnology in the coming years will make it a bigger threat to humanity than conventional nuclear weapons, according to an expert. The U.S., Russia and China are believed to be investing billions on nanoweapons research.
“Nanobots are the real concern about wiping out humanity because they can be weapons of mass destruction,” said Louis Del Monte, a Minnesota-based physicist and futurist. He’s the author of a just released book entitled “Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat To Humanity.” Continue reading