I'm rather fascinated by chemical and biological warfare. Not only by the immense power behind it but more the specific targeting of our unique physiology, especially sections such acetylcholine and the prevention of its synaptic transmitter functions. << URL removed by berkeman >> The above provides an interesting read about this. There is of course the more trivial and somewhat populistic HowStuffWorks entry about it. What are your views on BC-warfare and its implications in both history and modern day? What do you think is especially interesting or strange - both from a scientific and a political point of view?