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The government may not want you to know that it set off nuclear bombs willy-nilly in the atmosphere or tested '___' on unwitting subjects, but at least the Science Channel does!
In case you believed that elaborate government conspiracies were merely the driving force behind X-Files episodes, the Science Channel is setting the record straight. As a compendium to their latest show, Dark Matters, which explores the darker side of science, the Science Channel has published introductions and full transcripts from government hearings on some of the most unbelievable -- yet true -- conspiracies, including the highly-controversial MKULTRA project.
According to the 1977 transcript of the hearing before Congress, MKULTRA projects on behavioral modification, drug acquisition and testing took place over the better part of a decade, from 1953 through 1964.
Originally posted by predator0187
reply to post by TupacShakur
That's the thing. it is crazy how much power the government has to do these sort of things. MK-Ultra is a crazy idea just to even think about. Have you ever seen the movie 'The Killing Room'? It's based on the MK-Ultra program and how it is being reinstated as a result of 9/11. It's a creepy movie.
Added the picture for dramatic effect in the OP.