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    What are the differences between a biological attack and a chemical or nuclear attack in the United States?

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    Difference between a biological attack compared to a chemical or nuclear attack:

    In reference to the differences that would exist between modern chemical weapons and biological weapons, there are stark differences for how an attack would be addressed in the United States. Chemical agents such as sarin gas could be used to inflict massive amounts of casualties and deaths as this agent is extremely potent and dangerous, and if dispersed with the proper amount of ...

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    The solution looks at the implications of a biological attack and a chemical or nuclear attack on the United States and the severity of each attack.