The between 1932 and 1972 the us conducted an experiment on 399 black men, under the guise of free health during the great depression they were given syphilis without their knowledge or consent, had regular blood tests but were never given any form of treatment (what's even more surprising is after ww2 international laws were made about human experimentation) these were ignored by the us
See The Tuskegee study of untreated syphilis.
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Now I am cutting, I feel the ripping in my flesh.Now I'm bleeding, I'm satisfied
Some people dont eat bacon for religious reasons, i dont like religion for bacon reasons
Spiked and studded dog-collars derive from the days of the Ancient Greeks, who would give their sheep-dogs sharply spiked collars to protect their necks from wolves whilst they watched over a Sheppard’s flock at night.
The tea-bag was an accidental invention. This occurred in 1908 when tea merchant Thomas Sullivan distributed his tea samples in small, silken bags. His customers, not understanding that these were samples, dunked them and suddenly Sullivan was swamped with orders for his ‘tea bags’!
Post by Hugo the Elder on Dec 10, 2016 7:21:54 GMT
In 2002, Brazilian mechanic Alfredo Moser invented a new type of lamp that uses no electric. The Moser-lamp is made using a plastic bottle filled with water and a little bit of bleach (to stop algae), and works through the refraction. It provides roughly 40 – 60 watts per lamp! They are becoming popular in many poor countries and have been fitted in over 140,000 homes in the Philippines.
Alfredo Moser has not made any money from his invention.