In the 1950s, the Seventh-day Adventist Church struck a deal with the US Army so it’s members would not have to fight or kill other human beings. They agreed to volunteer fresh human subjects for direct biological weapons experiments. The 19-year program had more than 2,300 Army soldiers being experimented on. Much of this was […]

The Dazzle effect was used during World War I and World War II as a chaotic mix of strange geometric shapes in contrasting colors to confuse the enemy. Some have claimed this is a new Mandela Effect since they have studied history and have never once heard of such a practice. Yet it was common […]

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 […]

March 11, 1958 South Carolina Air Force B-47 Stratojet Carrying one 26-kiloton Mark 6 Nuclear Bomb (More powerful than the bomb dropped on Nagasaki.) While flying over South Carolina the cockpit suddenly showed a fault light indicating a problem with the locking pin on the bomb harnesses in the cargo bay. While investigating the error, […]

Not a pleasant simulator but a great reminder that we need to change the world we live in. It’s an interactive nuclear bomb simulator that visually shows how many people could die, how far away it could reach and how far the radiation could travel from a selection of different nuclear weapons. The tool exists to […]

Sam Cohen conceived of the neutron bomb as a way of morally killing large populations of human beings, while leaving the buildings and property intact. Nuclear bombs kill by burning and melting everything for miles. When detonated the majority of a nuke’s energy is released via its explosion. Neutron bombs kill via silent radiation, with […]

In the 1950s and 1960s, the Army used motorized blowers atop a low-income housing high-rise, at schools and from the backs of station wagons to disperse a radioactive compound into the air of St. Louis. This was done in the poorest parts of the city. The material being sprayed was zinc cadmium sulfide. The greatest concentration […]