A large part of the British "intelligence" was an almost verbatim lifting from a graduate student thesis. It was discovered by the student once the stuff was out there when he recognized his own writing. It would be a tough google but it's out there.<br><br>As for number one I thought all of it was proven incorrect. The Brits stand behind the yellowcake info but they know it was wrong. Their only fallback is at least it was "intelligence" though false whatever that means.<br><br><br><br><br>luciferase is a four nineteener
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