During the CIA’s experiments in brainwashing/mind control, a mental health patient was subjected to a 174 day acid trip.
In 1950 ‘One of the largest human experiments in history’ was conducted on unsuspecting residents of San Francisco by the US military in a germ-warfare simulation and Nuremberg Code violation that utilized the Bay Area’s iconic fog to help spread two kinds of bacteria over the city.
Five officers once volunteered to stand directly under an exploding nuclear bomb. The only non-volunteer was the camera man.
In ’91, 8 people were sealed inside a 3 acre dome. The sealed structure housed 7 ecosystems: ocean, desert, savannah, rainforest, marsh, an area of intensive agriculture and a human habitat. The project was designed to see whether humans could survive and adapt.
King Gustav III of Sweden commissioned an experiment to prove coffee was poisonous. Overseen by two doctors, a prisoner was forced to drink three pots of coffee a day until he died. Both doctors and the King died before the prisoner.
Project MKUltra was an illegal and clandestine program of experiments on human subjects designed and undertaken by the CIA in the 1950s, which intended to identify and develop drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations and torture, in order to weaken the individual to force confessions through mind control.
In 1746, Jean-Antoine Nollet conducted an experiment in which he gathered about two hundred monks into a circle about a mile (1.6 km) in circumference, with pieces of iron wire connecting them. He then discharged a battery of Leyden jars through the human chain and observed that each man reacted at substantially the same time to the electric shock, showing that the speed of electricity’s propagation was very high.
The highest birthrate of twins in the world, is the town a Nazi scientist fled to after the war. His specific area of study, was twins.
The British army tested LSD on its Marines in 1964… and filmed it.