While thinking about DARPA's [Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency] latest effort to develop remote controlled insects https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=114720 it struck me that remote controlled insects could make effective weapons in certain cicumstances. For example, imagine that a unit could "deploy" thousands of wasps, steer them over the the enemy, signal them to attack, and then call them back. Or, one wasp might be loaded with a nerve agent and then used to assasinate a particular person. And as stated in the original article, the idea that insects might be used as listening devices, for bomb detection, and I would imagine even for search and rescue, is a very provacative. So, what else might we do with remote controlled insects? And, if we can do it with insects, might this work with larger animals as well; and what then?