posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 06:27 AM
The military has, literally, had decades to experiment with all sorts of toxic substances.
"Project Shad" comes to mind.
The world was so much different back in the post WW2 era and then the lead up to the cuban missile crisis and the nuclear arms race, etc..
The military exposed their own soldiers to certian chemical and biological agents in different settings just to see what would happen. In some cases
it was in controlled settings. In some cases it wasn't. But in nearly all cases the soldiers were unknowingly exposed to potentially deadly
substances and many of these programs are still classified.
I live about an hour and a half drive from Fort Greely here in Alaska which I believe was the first military installation ever to conduct open-air
testing of biological and chemical weapons on their own base.
The full extent of this kind of experimentation on humans is unknown. Clear AFB, also here in Alaska, is suspected of also being used as a test-bed
of sorts for open-air testing of chemical weapons but noone knows for sure. If it was, it is still classified.
There's also the sick and twisted experiments conducted on human subjects by the CIA over the last half century. I suspect that the majority of
toxic substances that could potentially impact human physiology in any negative way (anything you can think of ) have probably been tinkered with for
potential weaponization and/or "other uses".
There are a few pretty freaky websites out there where ex-military personnel have been telling stories of what they've seen and experienced.
Military veterans that were,quite literally, used as ginuea pigs for god knows how many different classified programs, some of which are now
declassified. Some of which aren't. Many of them have bizarre ailments and permanent disabilities because of these experiments.
The government still pays for medical research into biological and chemical weaponization and some of it is being conducted in the form of black
budget programs. We have to assume that in some cases private companies are contracted to conduct specific kinds of research on animals and, in some
cases, humans get exposed. We only know this because some people have risked their lives by coming forward with their stories.
I recently saw an episode of "conspiracy theory" in which the lead scientist for the research facility on a little parcel of land called Plum Island
(remember the montauk monster?) basically admitted that human beings have been exposed and are still being exposed to diseases of all kinds there.
Some people have since quit and come forward to tell their stories about working there because of the unsafe, unsecure, lax environment at the
installation. Some people who worked at the plum island facility still have diseases that could've only come from there.
Plus, you have a certain portion of the black budget devoted to genetic research which, inevitably, is partially being conducted by private companies
that noone can keep tabs on. There is literally no accountability for this kind of work. Senators, Congressmen, representatives from local
communities.. These people have no idea what is going on right under their very noses. The military always gives us reassurances about these things
and they answer to noone if it falls within the scope of a classified black op. If noone is allowed to know what they're doing, how can anyone be
This is exactly what happened at Area 51 when the F-117 Stealth fighter was being developed. They didnt' want to truck out the toxic byproducts that
were stacking up because they didn't want to gain attention to the base. So they burnt it in pits and multiple airmen lost their lives from being
exposed to the fumes. When the families of the dead airmen filed a lawsuit against the government for information about how and why their loved ones
died, President Clinton signed presidential determination 95-45, in which it was determined that the military didn't have to say anything.
Another example, None of the Senators or Congressman in my home state of Alaska even know what HAARP is really being used for. Not for a lack of
trying to get answers either. And it's right in my own back yard.
My overall point with all this..
Our government and our military now have this huge treasure-trove of knowledge when it comes to what can be used for population control and what
can't. They are also very good at dodging accountability for their actions. We know this from lawsuits in the past.
Alot of people read this stuff and think it's all hogwash. But if you really do the digging and start doing the research you find out how bizarre
the truth really is.