Tagged with: experiment

The Russian Sleep Experiment

The Russian Sleep Experiment

1940s

Russian researchers in the late 1940s kept five people awake for fifteen days using an experimental gas based stimulant. They were kept in a sealed environment to carefully monitor their oxygen intake so the gas didn't kill them, since it was toxic in high concentrations. This was before closed circuit cameras so they had only microphones and five inch thick glass porthole sized windows into the chamber to monitor them. The chamber was stocked with books, cots to sleep on but no bedding, running water and toilet, and enough dried food to last all five for over a month. The test subjects were political prisoners deemed enemies of the state during World War II. Everything was fine for the first five days; the subjects hardly complained having been promised (... Read More

Scary Disturbing Deep Web Horror Stories

Scary Disturbing Deep Web Horror Stories

2005-2015

The "dark web" is the encrypted network that exists between Tor servers and their clients, whereas the "deep web" is simply the content of databases and other web services that for one reason or another cannot be indexed by conventional search engines. here are some of the worst experienced peoples who suffered on the deep web, they almost died. The Internet is deeper and darker than many people imagine, and when you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back into you. While most surface level and major websites only hold the usual dangers–like bots crawling your cookies to serve up more precise advertisements for you–there are shadows and ghosts lurking in the chasms of the web; and while you are looking at your screen, you never know what... Read More

Attempt to create a Homunculus somewhere in Russia

Attempt to create a Homunculus in Russia

2015

Above all else, I ought to most likely clarify what the heck a HOMUNCULUS is, for those of you who aren't addicted to mysterious legends: as indicated by the compositions of antiquated speculative chemistry going back as ahead of schedule as the 16th century, the homunculus is a living smaller than expected humanoid (the name in Latin actually signifies "little man") developed from human sperm.  Researchers of that time hypothesized that the majority of a person's heredity may exist in small size inside a sperm cell — and through the direction of a prepared chemist, a smaller than expected human could really be hatched outside of a human womb.   Soothsayer Paracelsus wrote in his 1537 volume De Natura Rerum that he had really achieved this... Read More