It's happening again. A chemical cache first touted as possible "smoking gun" evidence for Saddam's WMD programs is now being called into question."Initial tests indicated the presence of the deadly nerve agent cyclosarin and an unspecified blister agent in a stash of 55-gallon drums, about 130 miles north of Baghdad," says CNN.But a later test on the material turned out negative. Now, the chemicals are being flown back to the U.S. for definitive exams.Why the conflicting answers? A recent Tech Central Station story of mine has the answers.

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