It's not really possible to live an entire (average, full-length) life without discrimination, but it is sometimes possible to overcome discrimination.
If it remains upright for more than 4 hours, we'd better call Kim Jong Un's doctor. Hopefully he didn't disconnect -all- of the phone lines to the U.S./allies.
"If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team."
Except that in the case of the atomic bomb, the materials for the bomb itself are scarce and require refinement. The materials for a weaponized virus or pathogen are ubiquitous, require no sophisticated means of delivery, and will evade all types of detection currently used to screen against threats.
You have to remember that -all- of cell biology and biochemistry is rapidly advancing, not just synthetic biology. Even though we are rapidly approaching the point at which anyone can develop a flu-like weapon with relatively basic tools, we are also rapidly developing the knowledge base and tools that will enable us to neutralize threats at will.
HR drones not having the slightest clue
Government-sponsored programs like Stuxnet and Flame are all the craze these days
Keep in mind this is a venom. What makes you think that constitutively expressing a venom in a foreign species will not kill it immediately, even if you can put the correct machinery in place?
The article points to: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7294117 It's a 30 year old study that showed the composition of "emotional" tears differs from the composition of tears produced in response to an irritant.