Spiders are horrific, depraved, and repulsive.
And whether you like it or not, the cruel human experiments which the nazis conducted contributed enormously to modern medicine.
(i'm not condoning or supporting these experiments, I just agree that they were facinating and that spiders are disgusting)
I believe they were doing it to sterilise the participants.
The Nazis werent the first and they certainly wont be the last.
I was always fasci(st)nated by the Nazi space program and how Hitler managed to escape to his secret bunker on the moon.
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I didn't get as upset or angry reading that as I do when I hear about animal vivisection...
Walks away...secretly terrified for one's own humanity and perspective :/
Human experimentation still goes on in parts of the world. Many survivors of North Korean prison camps report prisoners being experimented on and military defectors have claimed that special forces test chemical and biological weapons on mentally handicapped prisoners, including children.
Some of their testimonies are really disturbing.
It is shocking stuff, I rememeber reading about some of the treatments and things that came from the experiments, such as colon cancer treatment, G-force and flight stress tests etc. Most of our medical knowledge on cold and how to reverse or stop affect of extreme weather came from the Nazi experiments.
Some of the stuff the Americans done is just beyond belief. It makes Nazi experimentation look almost humane.
I have read a good bit of these pages, all i can say is
OP is listening to a little too much Slayer today
The Japanese were sadistic as be damned. The worst of the worst.
Werid to think couples who under go IFV today may have had some of the treatments which start in death camps. http://voices.yahoo.com/modern-day-science-adopts-information-gathered-from-10330127.html
Lots of medical breakthroughs are the result of human experimentation, not that I would condone it at all, however if I was to be saved by a treatment that was developed in this way, I wouldn't be turning it away.