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Desc:Sky News explores a village near the Mayak nuclear site in Russia
Category:Horror, Crime
Tags:russia, Nuclear, radiation, Mayak, Chelyabinsk
Submitted:Anonymous
Date:11/20/08
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garcet71283
0:34.....The truth is out there.


-1 star because, seriously, are we supposed to be surprised this is going on in Russia?
socialist_hentai
uhm yeah, like the US government never pulls shit like this...

Frank Rizzo
evidence or gtfo.

experiments on black people dont count.... or US soldiers...

mouser
Ya must be republican.

http://www.freedommag.org/english/canada/vol004i1/page10.htm

MrBuddy
Alright everybody, hold on. This is Russia we're talking about NOT the USA.

Yes the US government did violate medical ethics on a couple of their human radiation experiments. (You can read declassified documents at the official website http://www.hss.energy.gov/healthsafety/ohre/ ) The questions are: Did the people being experimented on understand what was going on, did they agree to it and was the experiment intended to treat some illness those people had? Most of the time they did but in the case of the Walter E. Fernald State School back in the mid 1940s to mid 1950s the answer was no. (Look up "Walter E. Fernald State School" on Wikipedia.)

But Frank Rizzo's right to be skeptical. The experiments were done over half a century ago when they didn't know just how bad radiation really was. News of human radiation experiments are often deceptive. Usually it works like this: First you read about a evil experiment conducted on fellow human beings, then you read about acceptable experiments with the details left out so you think all the experiments were evil. It's the old bait and switch. Here's an example: people who were believed to be terminally ill were secretly injected with plutonium, pregnant women were exposed to huge amounts of radiation and convicts had their testicles blasted by radiation. It's all true but the pregnant women signed up to get the fetuses X-rayed because they wanted a free abortion and the prisoners were willing to have their nads x-rayed because they were set free after being castrated. I guess some guys are really desperate to get out of jail.

mouser what does being a Republican or radiation experiments have to do with website run by people who's religious beliefs state that the science of psychiatry is a fraud?

Frank Rizzo
That dude has a giant fucking head
Comrade Admiral
I always thought the image of pools of green goo were fabricated by moviemakers. This is the real deal.
Konversekid
These stars are completely for the fact that there is indeed a room, somewhere in the world, full of mutated fetuses.
Senator_Unger
We know radiation is bad! This is like studying knife wounds by stabbing someone!
simon666
HOLY SHIT! Did anyone see the size of that bicycle?!@
Comrade Admiral
muesli-mofo
HankFinch
Jesus, quit taking head measurements and just fucking leave. I don't care if the government won't relocate you, just fucking leave.
Gwago
They're trying to assemble their own super-team, aren't they?
Goethe and ernie
It's reassuring to know that Russian environmental activists dress like dicks too.
King of Balls
My exact sentiment.

charmlessman
That dude with the big head has a bright future as a Star Trek alien.
King of Balls
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. tag?
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