ENVELOPES WITH MICROSCOPIC HOLES
By Manuel Cereijo
The recent wave of attacks with Anthrax through the mail have shown two very important and distinct facts.
First, the envelopes used in the letters with anthrax must have been perforated with very sensitive and delicate instrumentation, with microscopic holes. These holes must have a maximum size of 6 microns! This is the only possible way for post office employees to get exposed and infested with Anthrax.
Anthrax spores are of a size of 1 to 5 microns, where a micron is a millionth of a meter. That is, one million times smaller than a meter. Not visible to the human eye, and not visible to many microscopes.
Perforating these envelopes takes nanotechnology instrumentation, which only certain countries have: Cuba, Iraq, the only ones among the hostile, terrorist classified nations.
This is why, the personnel handling the mail have been exposed to anthrax. Anthrax spores have leaked out of the envelopes through these infinitesimal size holes. Indeed a very high tech operation.
The other important factor is that the latest spores of anthrax have been of a very high grade, which can only be produced , that is, weaponized, in very sophisticated biotechnology labs, available only to countries with a large and sophisticated biotechnology industry.
Among the hostile, terrorist classified nations, only Cuba, and Iraq, are capable of weaponizing this higher grade of spores.