Biological warfare isn't new. Assyria poisoned enemy wells with fungi as far back as the 6th-century. In 1789 British marines used small pox as a weapon against New South Wales. Although still debated, supposedly the United States Army gave Native Americans purposefully-infected small pox blankets in 1769. The people had never been in contact with small pox, and had no immunity to it at all. What do you think of biological warfare, either in these rudimentary forms, or modern examples?