At least 12 programs run by the Department of Energy are using human beings as part of the experiments, which operate under unusual names such as "Moose Drool," "Little Workers," and "Hidden Valley," among others.
An unclassified list of these experiments was provided to the Federation of American Scientists under a FOIA request and included in the organization’s latest newsletter.
Little information about the nature of these experiments was provided by the government, which lists the total number of participants in the programs at around 300.
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I have a few comments about this:
- Why is DOE doing such experiments, and not NIH?
- Why such a small cohort? Anything done with only 300 participants spread over 12 programs will not have much scientific value. Are they hiding the true numbers?
- Are these programs similar to Operation Treadstone, Outcome, and/or LARX?
- If the experiments are radiation related, are they looking for ways to protect us ... or to kill us (e.g., with 5G radiation)?
Sorry, but I don't trust these people. Especially because Rick Perry is running the DOE. The man is clueless.