Trust The Science
Top Ten Evil Science Experiments – “Rat Learning”
Out of This World #4 – 1 Apr 2022 | Jamie Hanshaw
With governments like these who needs enemies?
Jamie and Kristin talk about the religion of scientism, behaviourism, social engineering and countdown the most heinous human and animal experiments that have been declassified.
Scientism is a philosophical belief that science is the only valid source of knowledge and truth. Behaviourism is a psychological theory that focuses on observable behaviour rather than internal mental processes. Social engineering is the use of social and psychological techniques to influence and control individuals or groups. There are many human and animal experiments that have been declassified throughout history, including those conducted by Unit 731 during World War II, which involved freezing experiments, malaria experiments, mustard gas experiments, and more.
- Tuskegee Syphilis Study: This study, conducted by the U.S. Public Health Service, tracked the progression of syphilis in black men without providing adequate treatment, even after the discovery of penicillin.
- The Monster Study: Conducted in 1939, this experiment aimed to induce stuttering in orphan children, causing negative psychological effects.
- Unit 731 Experiments: Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that engaged in inhumane experiments, including vivisections and biological warfare research, during World War II. The experiments were conducted on unwilling Japanese subjects, primarily Chinese prisoners of war and civilians, and involved infecting prisoners with different types of diseases to see how their bodies would respond to them.
- Operation Sea-Spray was a secret biological warfare experiment conducted by the U.S. Navy in 1950. The operation involved the release of Serratia marcescens and Bacillus globigii bacteria off the coast of San Francisco to assess the vulnerability of the city to a bioweapon attack.
- Alfred Kinsey, an American biologist, conducted controversial studies on human sexuality in the mid-20th century. His research, while influential, has been widely criticised for its unethical and disturbing aspects. Some of the most shocking findings include Kinsey's collaboration with child molesters to obtain data on child sexuality, his use of data from sexual offenders, and his assertion that children are sexual from birth.
- The Stanford Prison Experiment: Led by Philip Zimbardo, this study simulated a prison environment and led to dangerous and psychologically damaging situations for the participants.
- Guatemalan STD Study: U.S. researchers conducted unethical STD experiments on Guatemalan prisoners and mental health patients.
- The Secret Police Poison Experiments: This involved the testing of a poison called C-2 on prisoners, causing physical changes and death within 15 minutes.
These experiments represent some of the most egregious violations of ethical standards and human rights in the name of scientific research.