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P.O. Box 1589. Photo courtesy of LANL.

P.O. Box 1589. Photo courtesy of LANL.

The U.S. Government has been caught conducting an insane amount of vile, inhumane, and grisly experiments on humans without their consent... and often without their knowledge. These are the thirteen most evil, creepy, disturbing cases of human-testing ever conducted by the United States of America....

The Most Horrific U.S. Government Experiments Conducted On Human Beings

Loose Marbles I: Debunking Conspiracy Theories. May 2006 by Adam Lee. To begin with, the real world is not a Warner Brothers cartoon.

Employees of the Manhattan Project operating calutron control panels at Y-12 National Security Complex, Oak Ridge, circa 1943. US government photo by Ed Westcott via reddit [[MORE]] Particularly interesting historical background of this photo to whoever’s interested! (source: Wikipedia ) Calutron operators at their panels, in the Y-12 plant at Oak Ridge, TN during World War II. The calutrons were used to refine uranium ore into fissile material.

Employees of the Manhattan Project operating calutron control panels at National Security Complex, Oak Ridge, circa US government photo by Ed Westcott

Cray-1 at Los Alamos (1980)

at Los Alamos

"A Quonset hut on the grounds of the Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico where "Fat Man" was assembled in World War II. Fat Man was the nickname given to the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, on Aug. 9, 1945. The hut would be part of a new Manhattan Project National Park."

Congress is considering whether to turn three top-secret sites involved with creating the atomic bomb into one of the country's most unusual national parks.

The grocery (Grovery). store. Photo courtesy of LANL archive.

The grocery (Grovery). Photo courtesy of LANL archive.

Julius Robert Oppenheimer along with Enrico Fermi, J. and Edward Teller = Nuclear Energy

Robert Oppenheimer, photographed by Ed Westcott at the Oak Ridge Guest House on February 1946

Oppenheimer at Los Alamos, 1945.

Robert Oppenheimer speaking at Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos, New Mexico :: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives Collection

Emilio Segrè, Enrico Fermi, Hans Bethe, H.H. Staub, Victor Weisskopf, Erika Staub and Elfriede Segrè on a Sunday Hike

24 Extraordinary Photos Of The Making Of The Atomic Bomb

Images of the incredible individuals behind the Manhattan Project and their lives at Los Alamos.

The Manhattan Project National Historic Park, signed into existence in November 2015, includes sites at Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Los Alamos, New Mexico; & Hanford, Washington. The nation's newest National Park preserves the history of the beginning of the atomic age, the story of the people, events, science, & engineering that led to the creation of the atomic bomb during World War II. #America

Essay about the manhattan project movie A team of scientists led by Robert Oppenheimer developed the first atomic bomb. The project that led to the discovery of the atomic bomb was called the Manhattan project.

Caleb Minnis- This picture is of the famed Manhattan Project. The Manhattan was perhaps the biggest secret in U.S history. This is what I am comparing to the mysterious egg added to the ship with the mysterious Dr.Barlow. Both items were great military secrets, and could make the difference in the war. Although the Manhattan Project took place in WWII, both are secrets that no one should ever know.

"Jumbo" atomic device being positioned for "Trinity" test at Alamogordo, New Mexico, 1945 (US Department of Energy)

Los Alamos, NM, home of the now infamous Manhattan Project.  Los Alamos, along with Sandia National Labs and Trinity Site (location of the detonation of the first atomic bomb) all located in New Mexico, played a key role in ending WWII by beating the Germans in a race to build the world's first ever atomic bomb.

Los Alamos, NM, home of the now infamous Manhattan Project. Los Alamos, along with Sandia National Labs and Trinity Site (location of the detonation of the first atomic bomb) all located in New Mexico, played a key role in ending WWII by beating the Germans in a race to build the world's first ever atomic bomb.

The Scientific Odyssey Podcast    Episode 2.25.6: The World's Most Interesting Physicist, On The Mesa    http://traffic.libsyn.com/thescientificodyssey/Episode2256Podcast.mp3    A continuation of our biographical sketch of Richard Feynman during his time working on the Manhattan Project

The security badges produced for the Los Alamos project present a dizzying display of the many people who worked on the atomic bomb.

Dorothy McKibbin -- was the face of the Manhattan Project.  People would meet Dorothy at 109 Plaza Ave in Santa Fe, before going up The Hill to Los Alamos.

Dorothy McKibbin -- was the face of the Manhattan Project. People would meet Dorothy at 109 Plaza Ave in Santa Fe, before going up The Hill to Los Alamos.

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