Hello Jamex. This has nothing to do with embarassment or point of view, but everything belongs in its own place. Please, read the article before you make large modifications to it. For example, here is an except from the first paragraph:
- There are other chemicals used militarily that are not technically considered to be "chemical weapon agents," such as:
- Defoliants that destroy vegetation, but are not immediately toxic to human beings. (Agent Orange, for instance, contained dioxins and is known for its long-term cancer effects.)
- Incendiary or explosive chemicals (such as napalm or dynamite) because their destructive effects are primarily due to fire or explosive force, and not direct chemical action.
- Viruses, bacteria, or other organisms, or their toxic products. Their use is classified as biological warfare.
I have a long history of non-POV and support of facts here at Wikipedia, and I have no opposition whatsoever to you adding this material to napalm and/or agent orange. – ClockworkSoul 19:02, 8 Mar 2005 (UTC)
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