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Q: Weapon of mass destruction ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Weapon of mass destruction
Category: Reference, Education and News > Current Events
Asked by: allworldskates-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 28 Oct 2005 13:01 PDT
Expires: 27 Nov 2005 12:01 PST
Question ID: 586127
if one cluster bomb filled with nerve agent is enough to kill
thousands (a weapon of mass destruction) then how hard is it to find a
six foot long by 2 feet diameter cluster bomb in a huge country like
Iraq?  I mean what are the chances of finding one - statistically
speaking of course...and does it factor in that it may be hidden in a
place so no one finds it?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Weapon of mass destruction
From: murunbuchstansinger-ga on 29 Oct 2005 08:27 PDT
How can this be answered accurately?  The "bomb" could be buried 50
feet under ground and hence entirely undetectable if a building was
then constructed above it, or even hoisted in a tree in the middle of
a forest - presuming Iraq has forests.

Any expression of the "odds of finding a weapon" would surely be useless?
Subject: Re: Weapon of mass destruction
From: allworldskates-ga on 29 Oct 2005 15:05 PDT
You don't want to know the odds?  The chances?  Saddam used them
before so we know he had them, but where?  What are the chances?

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