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20 Most Disturbing Human Experiments EVER

Written by on July 26, 2018

Human experiments may seem unethical but there have been disturbing human experiments from that past you should know about. If you want to learn about some human experimentation that watch the video to find out the 20 most unbelievable human experiments ever! Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ►◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: Featuring… Humans have been known to commit outrageous acts towards each other, with wars, atomic weapons and acts of terrorism continuing despite the advancement in society. New Born Experiments During the early 1960s, researchers at the University of California started experiments on newborns to study changes in blood pressure and blood flow. Vaginal Surgery Without Anaesthesia – Before gynaecology became a proper field in medicine, pioneer Dr. J Marion Sims who headed the experiment on the repair of part of the vagina, experimented on 14 enslaved women with the “catastrophic complication” from childbirth. Boiling Water as a Cure for Pneumonia – In the 1940s, one doctor Walter Jones suggested that the torturous act of pouring boiling water on patients infected with typhoid pneumonia could be a treatment for the disease. The Aversion Project – During South Africa’s apartheid, a medical torture program led by Dr. Aubrey Levin saw the identification of gay soldiers being submitted to chemical castration and electric shock treatments. Milgram Experiment – The Milgram experiment conducted by Yale University psychologists was a set of social psychology experiments conducted to test the willingness of study participants against an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts in conflict with their personal conscience. Forced Gender Swap – Disgraced psychologist, John Money was the source of frustration for Canadian man born, David Peter Reimer. Hepatitis Experiment in Mental Institution – Willowbrook State School was an institution for children with intellectual disability in New York City until outbreaks of hepatitis A turned the school into a medical study in the late 1950s and 70s. Electroshock Therapy on Children – From 1940 to 1953, Dr. Lauretta Bender, a child neuropsychiatrist practicing at Bellevue Hospital in New York City experimented on electroshock therapy to cure children diagnosed with autistic schizophrenia. Radiation Tolerance Test on Black Cancer Patients – In 1960 to 1971, the Pentagon funded a study to find out how many of its soldiers would be able to survive an atomic attack by testing the experiment on African American Cancer patients. Agent Orange Experiment – Dermatologist Albert Kligman was a distinguished dermatologist who lead the controversial experiment of agent orange on prisoners at Holmesburg. Mustard Gas Test – The U.S Navy was not short of their controversy especially in the summer of 1942. Afraid of Germany and Japan poisoning their sailors in the second world war.) Project QKHILLTOP – CIA was known for its avid study on brainwashing, including Project QKHILLTOP in 1954, where they attempted to study Chinese brainwashing techniques in order to develop their own methods of interrogation. Project 4.1 – This particular project was started by the United States after residents from the Marshall Islands were exposed to radioactive fallout from a nuclear test in March 1954. Project MK-ULTRA – The illegal experiments were given the codename MKUltra and were designed by CIA to identify and develop drugs to be used for mind control in order to force confessions.) Monster Study – Conducted by Wendell Johnson, an American psychologist, the Monster Study was a stuttering experiment performed on 22 orphan children in Iowa in 1939. North Korea Human Experimentation – North Korea remains one of the few countries in the world that is isolated due to their authoritarian regime with human experimentation being carried out consistently. Poison Laboratory of the Soviet Secret Services – The covert research and development facility by the soviet secret police agencies was first created by Grigory Marinanovsky to create a tasteless, odourless chemical that could kill its victims and not be detected post mortem. Tuskegee Institute Syphilis Experiment – One of the history’s most infamous experiments, a total of 600 poor African American sharecroppers from Alabama were recruited to study the progression of untreated syphilis. Nazi Experiments – Doctor Josef Mengele was a lead researcher in the experiments conducted on Jews and Russians during the Holocaust. Unit 731 – The Japanese were notorious for carrying out some of the most horrendous war crimes, with Unit 731 being a famous research unit responsible for it.

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