On May 14, 1939, Lina Medina gave birth, via caesarean, to a healthy six-pound baby boy, in a remote village in Ticrapo, Castrovirreyna Province, Peru. The girl’s belly had been growing for several months and her mother was afraid she might have a tumor. To their shock, the doctor diagnosed their daughter as being seven […]

What you already know: Hydraulic fracturing (or “fracking”) is the process of pumping water deep into the Earth at tremendous pressures to break apart the surrounding rock and free the oil and gas reserves, which can then be pumped out and used. People are passionately for and against fracking. What you didn’t know: In the […]

Where did it start? The state of Indiana was the first to pass a mandatory sterilization law in 1907. Who was targeted? Confirmed criminals Idiots Rapists Imbeciles idiot:1: an idiot is someone who does foolish things. imbecile:1: a stupid person. Where did it go from there? Other states soon followed, with California having the highest number of […]

The Defense Atomic Support Agency of the DOD (Department Of Defense) funded Dr. Eugene Saenger from 1960 to 1971. Dr. Eugene Saenger performed whole body radiation experiments on more than 90 poor black Americans suffering from cancer. He began conducting his experiments in the windowless basement of Cincinnati General (now University) Hospital. He forges consent […]

When a person dies in the Dani Tribe of New Guinea every woman close to the deceased will cut off a portion of a finger. This is a typical mourning practice for women in the tribe. The practice also applies to female babies so the mothers bite off the tips of their children’s fingers in a […]

(1919 – 1922) Researchers perform testicular transplant experiments on inmates at San Quentin State Prison in California, inserting the testicles of recently executed inmates into the scrotums of living prisoners. Dr. Leo Stanley, the chief surgeon at San Quentin between 1913 and 1941, conducted autopsies on the dead and, in some cases, removed their testicles […]

Asbestos made of chrysotile, (white asbestos), is toxic and deadly but looks like white, fluffy snow. Across America people used this form of asbestos to decorate trees, perform school plays, even on movie sets. Family members who pass down antique holiday decorations could also be at risk since trace amounts of asbestos could still be […]