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Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Rapid rise of the Nomura’s Jellyfish off the Chinese coast gives hypothetical reason to blame China for a Japanese coastal epidemic. Toxic waters off China’s coast increase the zooplankton food supply that the jellyfish thrive on. The Chinese might be seen as effectively invading Japan by incubating hordes of Nomura’s Jellyfish.

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Biotechnology may soon have the most profound impact on national security far greater than cybersecurity ever could. According to open news sources:

  • In 1997, the first genetically modified human baby is born through in vitro fertilization techniques of Jacques Cohen, transplanting cytoplasm and mitochondrial DNA between different human embryos (one man and two women) in the US.