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Bugs n bombs: "Is the middle of Boston the right place for a maximum-security laboratory where researchers would handle and research some of the world's deadliest bacteria and microbes?" New England Cable News questions. Because scientists cannot rapidly identify the actual culprit in an epidemic or bioterror attack, Brown University boffins seek a therapeutic agent effective against many possible infections, Futurity spotlights. A new secure mail screening facility will protect major bizzes in the NYC area from WMD threats in their mailstream, Post & Parcel reports while The London Evening Standard reports Britain building up stocks of vaccine to cope with an anthrax attack at the Summer Olympics.
The Silver Scream: The latest installment of the Jason Bourne Hollywood spy franchise began filming in manic Manila on Tuesday amid heavy security over a feared terrorist attack, Agence France-Presse reports. Kiefer Sutherland confirms that principle shooting for the "24" film, based on the lamented FOX series, will start in April, The Celebrity Cafe recounts. "Come Valentine's Day, Warner Bros. will release Bilal Lashari's film on counterterrorism, "Waar. Alas, only in Pakistan for now," Bollywood Life leads. Released "just months after 9/11 and the launch of the war on terror," Ridley Scott's "Black Hawk Down" (Columbia) is one of "the top 10 conservative movies of the modern era," a Daily Telegraph contributor contends.
Book Nook: In ex-Pentagon chief William S. Cohen's second novel, "Blink of an Eye" (Tom Doherty), "a nuclear bomb detonates, destroys an American city and the government is having trouble figuring out who did it," American Spectator curtain-raises. from frog
These labs were planned to be built in a number of locations. But keep in mind that the Greater Boston area is the brain in the heart* of the military-industrial complex, the bio-pharmaceutical industry and the think tanks that formulate and educate others in matters of terrorism and such.

* see,%20Mi...0Salem.pdf : "... The heart's brain is an intricate network of several types of neurons, neurotransmitters, proteins and support cells similar to those found in the brain proper. Its elaborate circuitry enables it to act independently of the cranial brain to learn, remember, and even feel and sense. The heart's nervous system contains around 40,000 neurons, called sensory neurites (Armour, 1991). Information from the heart - including feeling sensations - is sent to the brain through several afferents. These afferent nerve pathways enter the brain at the area of the medulla, and cascade up into the higher centres of the brain, where they may influence perception, decision making and other cognitive processes (Armour, 2004)...."
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