On Weapons of Mass Destruction

For the purposes of this section, a weapon is a device designed to facilitate killing or harming of humans under the control of an operator or operators, or autonomously through advance configuration by an operator or operators.

For the purposes of this section, a chemical weapon is a weapon which by the action of chemical agents causes the death or lasting serious injury of exposed humans, and a chemical agent is a chemical with no recognized industrial application, which causes death or lasting serious injury when humans inhale it in aerosol or vapor at or below 1 gram-minute per cubic meter, or are dermally exposed to it in liquid at or below 10 milligrams per kilogram of body weight.   A chemical agent can be synthesized either through conventional industrial chemistry, through synthesis and excretion by a microorganism, or through any process of decay or metabolism of a microorganism and its constituent substances.

For the purposes of this section, a biological weapon is a weapon which by the action of living, contagious microbial agents causes the death or lasting serious injury of exposed humans.   A living, contagious microbial agent is a microbe that causes the death or lasting serious injury of exposed humans, is self-reproducing, and can be transmitted to an uninfected human through dermal contact with, inhalation of, or ingestion of, the exhaled air, saliva or sputum, or symptomatic dermal discharges, of an infected individual.

No one in the nation can engage in commerce in chemical or biological weapons or agents, except that the state, or private individuals and entities under contract and as directed by the state, can produce, store, and transfer to the state, small quantities of agents for the purpose of developing defensive measures and technologies.

For the purposes of this section, a nuclear bomb is a device in which energy is liberated by the alteration of atomic nuclei in a chain reaction.

Only the state can own an operable nuclear bomb, Only agents of the state military in their official capacities can be in custody of an operable nuclear bomb.   Nuclear bomb component fabrication, and nuclear bomb assembly, can be performed only under specific license granted by the military as directed by the national legislature. Final assembly of nuclear bombs must be conducted at a state military facility.

Nuclear bombs can under no circumstances be delivered into the custody or control of any agent outside the state military of this nation.



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