Voodoo Nova Posted April 5, 2010 Report Share Posted April 5, 2010 [quote name='iamthey' date='05 April 2010 - 03:27 AM' timestamp='1270452453' post='2248854'] When I suggested it I was just thinking... Third World Tech: Can't use CM's as any sort of WMD (EMP/ or Bio/Chemical/radiological weapon with any wide scale of effect) Modern Tech + First world Tech: Can utilize CM's as WMD's. Or no NRL = no non-nuclear WMD's Or no WRC = no non-nuclear WMD's Something fairly simple which preserves the open nature of the present system without too many confusing formulas or rules. And of course the design of the weapons themselves would be tied to tech so you couldn't use a modern thermobaric weapon with third world tech. [/quote] I'm against having any requirements for CM WMD's, especially when third world countries can create them in missile form. Best example for bioweaponry is Iraq's Al Hakum & Salman Pak facility. Chemical and bio warheads have existed since the cold war, manufactured by third world countries. Radiological weapons are produced by terrorists with correct access to any radiological material. Couldn't find much about these weapons other than military's don't use them and they're primarily dirty bombs. That being said, we should avoid over-regulating something so simple. Common sense can reign here just fine. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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