Off-the-shelf DNA can be used to manufacture biological weapons, stunned scientists discover

Thursday, July 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Russel Davis
NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, July 19, 2017

A team of researchers at the University of Alberta in Canada have successfully recreated a virus known as horsepox, which contains similar characteristics as smallpox. According to the research team, the goal of the process was to improve the current techniques in vaccine development and improve public safety. However, the researchers did not disclose how they carried out the technique.

A number of science experts expressed concerns about the latest breakthrough, raising the alarm about the potential harm it can bring to the general public. According to outside experts, horsepox in itself may not be harmful to humans. However, the technique used to recreate the virus may play to the advantage of terrorists and may result in the development of biological weapons. (Related: Release of deadly GMO bioweapons on humanity is ‘not a matter of it’ but ‘of when’ warns former Soviet scientist.)

“Bringing back an extinct virus that is related to smallpox, that’s a pretty inflammatory situation. There is always an experiment or event that triggers closer scrutiny, and this sounds like it should be one of those events where the authorities start thinking about what should be regulated,” said Paul Keim, an expert in bioweapons at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.

Peter Jahrling, a virologist at the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, expressed a similar concern. According to Jahrling, the technique can be easily replicated by well-equipped individuals. If the technique falls into the wrong hands, it can be used to synthesize otherwise disastrous viruses, Jahrling added.

WHO report reveals how the experts revived horsepox

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