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This incident show how panic gripped everyone in the US . Merest
suspicioun can provoke kneejerk responses. No one can be expected to be
negligient but this goes too far in banning a scientific study. All the
information required for Terrorist attcks is available freely in the World
Wide Web for a long time ,can be used by anyone with commonsense. By
blocking this article US administration proved once again that It is
letting itself hijacked by fear, which Terrorists are so keen to achieve.