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 Post subject: A NOVEL APPROACH TO HOMELAND SECURITY
PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 10:23 am 
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A NOVEL APPROACH TO HOMELAND SECURITY, BUT NOT ONE PETA LIKES

The Navy is hoping to deploy a group of dolphins and sea lions to protect a base on the Puget Sound from the risk of scuba diving terrorists. Seriously. Not surprisingly, PETA thinks it’s a bad plan

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I wonder if this is the military's attempt to remove their underwater sonar devices that cause so much trouble for the marine life. If they could prove that it is less harmful than present technology then I don't see why not. Better than strapping explosives on them and sending them on a mission!

Like having dogs guarding airports etc.

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