Comic Relief





Here is the video that provides a little comic relief, after reading
about our latest efforts to study biological weapons, as mentioned in
my last post.  Here is your army.  Here is your army
on drugs.


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I love that video. :) I wonder exactly what they were thinking giving soldiers a hallucinogen and a rocket launcher. I'm assuming the weapons were all unloaded for this.

And the drug is...?

I'm trying to understand a phenomenon.
I see that links like this work for a bit, then disappear. Is this censoring by Scienceblogs, or a failing of the software running the site?

I am fairly sure that ScienceBlogs does no censoring, but the blog software does get bogged down sometimes. The link works fine now. I think it must be an intermittent problem.

The drug given to the soldiers was LSD.