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User avatar #122 to #58 - brenton (06/21/2013) [-]
Oh, and when WWII rolled around, many of these men wanted to enlist and go fight for our country, but the government barred them from the draft because the armed forces would have to cure their syphilis before they could be shipped out.
#290 to #58 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
More people need to remember this incident. This **** happens when a society becomes too complacent about governmental actions

It's like in the Sims, you wouldn't be trying to figure out how much abuse it takes for child services to take away a family's baby if the sims were actually protesting or telling you to knock **** off instead of just blindingly spouting gibberish and trying to figure out how to access the toilet

or maybe some of you would still do that, I dunno
User avatar #72 to #58 - brenton (06/21/2013) [-]
The Tuskegee study was some ****** up **** . I had to write a 20-page paper on it to finish my Public Health minor. The government targeted a poor black community that was so isolated because they couldn't afford transportation. The next town over had a free clinic that started giving out free syphilis treatments early in the program, but these men were put on a blacklist and sent home even if they could make their way into town. Doctors were even forbade by the government to prescribe treatment to these men, and the ones that ignored the rule and treated the dying men anyway had their licenses stripped, their private practices dismantled, and were even imprisoned in some cases. A couple of them were reinstated when the public found out about the program nearly 40 years later, forcing the government to shut it down, but by that point most of them were in their 80s. It had already completely destroyed their lives.
User avatar #160 to #72 - daragon ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
That did they hope to find out during ''The Tuskegee Study''?
User avatar #193 to #160 - brenton (06/21/2013) [-]
They realized there was an isolated black community in Alabama that had something like a 30% incidence of syphilis infection, which is astronomically high. At first, they were using them as lab rats to test new treatments for syphilis, but they only told them that they were being treated for "bad blood." Eventually, the government decided that they wanted to learn more about the long-term effects of syphilis, so they stopped treating the poor bastards and decided to just watch what happens as the syphilis slowly eats away at their brains over a period of decades. They just wanted to see how many would die and how long it would take, without ever informing the patients what was really happening.

After this came to light, the courts ruled that from then on all medical trials had to be completely transparent and voluntary. It also ruled that actions could not be taken to knowingly and intentionally harm humans, like the decision to stop treatment and see how long it took. From then on, patients had to be told exactly what was wrong with them, exactly what the new treatments were (how they worked, any possible side effects), and they had to have the option to drop the program at any time. It was a landmark case in the field of medicinal trials.
#114 - copycopy (06/21/2013) [-]
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#262 to #114 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
I dun geet it
#292 to #262 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
This is a part of "Dark Souls" in which there are some skeletons which hurt a LOT. To make this worse; you either have to somehow know that you can only kill them with a divine weapon, or you have to keep killing them over and over because they will just come right back to life, and pray you make it to their necromancers without dying (since they will also be killable if you kill their particular necromancer). It's a pretty big area you would have to fight through, too, so it's annoying af.
I hated it because
1) Can't use spells on them
2) Didn't want to enchant my favorite weapon I had upgraded, so I had to use something that wasn't too great for PvE
3) ******* "skelewheels" letting it rip before the (easy) bossfight.
4) It's hard af on NG+
User avatar #2 - dabronydude (06/20/2013) [-]
i extremely doubt any and all of this but it is creepy,
nice creepypasta.
User avatar #73 to #2 - daentraya (06/21/2013) [-]
This is the only creepypasta i like, mainly because i find the idea really.. fascinating to think of. If you cant use your senses, all you have is your mind. If you cant hear or see, you cant really communicate or perceive the world but from touch. I just like combining these things..
#123 to #73 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
if they remove the sense of feeling, how the **** can they claw their eyes or rip anything, they wouldnt know if they were grabbing something
User avatar #153 to #73 - theist (06/21/2013) [-]
Sadly, in reality... if you remove all senses, the brain goes into a form of dementia. It can't function properly, because the senses help stabilize the brain and body relative to the physical world.
User avatar #161 to #153 - daentraya (06/21/2013) [-]
I kinda know that, and thats part of the fascinating
User avatar #30 - catguy (06/21/2013) [-]
It's fake, nearly impossible as well. To remove all nerves from somebodies body would kill them before you finish.
#63 to #30 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
#93 to #30 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
remove all connections with the brain, not the nerves themselves. also, if you like this post check out a movie called Martyrs
#159 to #30 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
They didnt remove his nerves they severed the connection to his brain.
#203 to #30 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
Also, if he truly could feel nothing, there would be no restraint to the force he would use, and he would have no idea where his eyes or arms were, or if he were even touching them.
#210 to #30 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
But they didn't say they removed them, just severed them.
User avatar #347 to #30 - rakaka ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
creepypastas tend not to be real/possible
#366 to #30 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
They never said anything about removing them all, they only severed to connection
User avatar #35 to #30 - duathdaert (06/21/2013) [-]
It didn't say all nerves. Just severed the ones that sent senses to the brain. So you would just cut the few near the actual brain to prevent the senses from going through.
User avatar #51 to #35 - kievaughnb (06/21/2013) [-]
It's impossible, they'd have to isolate the thalamus, which would put the patient into a coma.

Well, they'd also have to take care of olfaction one way or another
User avatar #53 to #51 - kievaughnb (06/21/2013) [-]
Otherwise, they could cut the optic nerve, cochlear nerve, etc., but that operation would be so complicated that the patient's death or serious injury would be very, very likely, especially if they have no plasticity or a good ability to heal completely like an old man would.
#83 to #53 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
Maybe they're just better at it than you
#258 to #53 - duathdaert (06/21/2013) [-]
Well I just got served.   
But yeah I guess somehow they did it, or it's impossible.   
The world may never know.
Well I just got served.
But yeah I guess somehow they did it, or it's impossible.
The world may never know.
User avatar #311 to #53 - captchaftwblaa (06/21/2013) [-]
another question is how could he speak or bite his arms without being able to move in case that they really took away his nerves stoped their function
User avatar #46 - TheMather ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
Pure ******** .
Anyone deprived of the sense of touch would bite their tongue off at their first attempt to speak and attempting to move would result in overextending and dislocating joints, tearing tissue and/or breaking bones. He would have accidentally killed himself the moment he tried to do anything, including breathing.
#354 to #46 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
You need to take into account the limitations of the human body. Sure, the man would probably bite his tongue, but off? Ripping your tendons by trying to walk? Bursting your lungs because they're too full? With that logic, I should be able to bench 500 pounds, or my triceps would rip apart. Now I've done plenty of lifting, and I can tell you that your muscles fail FAR before they can tear apart. It's not about the brain telling you that you can't lift anymore. It's a bodily limit.

Also, you just stated that this was ******** because of an opinion you had. (there's a period there) This is why the internet is dangerous. No one is held accountable for what they say, so anyone can say anything and not need to be corrected if they're wrong.

For good measure. You got 80 thumbs because you gave all these people a way to believe this story was false, thus easing their minds to the possibilities it inferred. No one wants to know that there's a God, and he abandoned us.
User avatar #385 to #354 - toensix (06/21/2013) [-]
There are people who are born without sensing pain. They usually don't get older then twenty-something because they bite their tongs off.

I'm not sure about the dislocation of joints but my biology teacher used to tell me that your muscles are strong enough to tear them. This has happened to professional athletes and also to people who got shocked and their muscles interpreted it as an extreme signal from the brain.

Last but not least. I do not know if this is true. But I have heard that if you do not feel pain, biting a finger off is as easy as biting a carrot in half.

Pro tip: If you want people to believe your posts, don't post as an anon. And don't brag about working out regardless if it's true or not.
User avatar #383 to #354 - TheMather ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
People can lift cars in an adrenaline rush. The human body is capable of seemingly impossible strength, we're just limited to not using it.
A great deal of that limitation comes because of pain. Try biting your finger, as hard as you try to bite, you can't seem to do any damage. Then bite a carrot, it gives in right away. It takes roughly the same amount of force to chop off a finger as it takes to chop a carrot.
Now try to extend your leg with full force while holding it back, feel that tingling sensation in your thigh? That signal tells your brain to hold back the same way the pain from biting your finger does.
#98 to #46 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
This statement is filled with more BS than the BS horror story...
User avatar #76 to #46 - brenton (06/21/2013) [-]
I agree with most of your points except breathing. Breathing is sort of programmed into the brain to not require any physical stimulus. Your lungs and diaphragm would still function normally, with or without the ability to feel them moving.
User avatar #138 to #76 - TheMather ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
The normal automatic breath would function normally, but the moment he becomes conscious of his breath and has to do it himself, he would overinflate and damage his lungs because he couldn't feel when they were full.
User avatar #332 to #138 - purealterego (06/21/2013) [-]
Reading you're first comment I thought "Hmm... That's true." Then I read the comment and I was like, "Ha! You got proved wrong buddy!" And then I read your last comment and I was like "Oh... I guess that's true..."

You win. Sorry for doubting you.
User avatar #342 to #332 - TheMather ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
That's ok, even the best make mistakes like that at times, and that's an easy one to make too.
User avatar #62 to #46 - zakaizer (06/21/2013) [-]
That's why its a creepypasta, it doesn't have to be feasible, it just has to be creepy, which I think this does
User avatar #44 - anonymoose (06/21/2013) [-]
Epic story. Not real though.
#303 - teckemeier (06/21/2013) [-]
I highly doubt the legitimacy of this   
Nice story thugh
I highly doubt the legitimacy of this
Nice story thugh
User avatar #310 to #303 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Yeah, it's a creepypasta, the original story claimed it took place in Russia.
User avatar #339 to #310 - mercyburris (06/21/2013) [-]
its always in russia
User avatar #316 to #310 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
Every unethical study took place in rather Cold War Russia or nazi germany
User avatar #321 to #316 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Not all of them. The United States has had a few, but most of those were hushed up.
User avatar #329 to #321 - joyfullreaper (06/21/2013) [-]
Don't forget WW2 japan
User avatar #326 to #321 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
I meant the ones of creepypasta. But yeah a lot of strange ass studies happened during ethically forgotten times all over the world.
User avatar #330 to #326 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Oh okay, yeah creepypastas love cold war Russia. I think one of the best examples from the US is the Stanford Prison Experiment.
User avatar #336 to #330 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
Which is what happens when you try and follow Milgram. But yeah that sudy is amazing. Zimbardo had to pull it after two weeks because it went horribly wrong by the hyposethis being extremely accurate.
User avatar #343 to #336 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Yup, they originally intended to have the experiment run for three months, a week and five days later all the participants including the mediator, had changed so drastically without even realizing it.
User avatar #346 to #343 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
I find it slightly worrying that even Zimbardo himself started to breakdown as a prisoner. Studies on obedience weird me out anyway. Just the idea that it only takes you being told what to do to completely change your morals
User avatar #348 to #346 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Exactly, the results of that experiment are really actually pretty horrifying.
User avatar #350 to #348 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
The same with milgrams original study. Even though it wasn't real the findings still stand.
User avatar #355 to #350 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Yup, another one that was kind of iffy but deemed moral (I forget the name) is one where they had people be the operator of an electric shock delivered when some answered questions wrong on this test, the shocks were faked and they couldn't see who they were shocking, every next wrong answer the strength of the shock went up, almost everyone went to the point where they were sure they killed the person and still continued to shock them purely because they were being told to.
User avatar #364 to #355 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
That was milgrams original study of obedience. He wanted to understand why the nazi generals did what they did during world war 2
User avatar #365 to #364 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Yeah, Milgram's studies are controversial and usually tell you things you don't want to hear.
User avatar #368 to #365 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
Tow things I have learnt from psychology stay away from Milgram and don't trust Freud
User avatar #390 to #368 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
Truth, though both influenced psychology heavily.
User avatar #394 to #390 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
Incredibly. Just admire them from a distance
User avatar #395 to #394 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
No kidding.
User avatar #396 to #395 - mads (06/21/2013) [-]
It feels odd having a decent conversation on this site. I feel like we should be arguing about something
User avatar #397 to #396 - vatra (06/21/2013) [-]
I know right? People almost never want to have civil conversations.
#185 - doctorfoo (06/21/2013) [-]
>he could not see, hear, taste, smell, or Feel.
>he could not see, hear, taste, smell, or Feel.
#308 to #185 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
That feel when you know he could never feel that feel.
User avatar #252 to #185 - crazycowhimself (06/21/2013) [-]
know that feel, bro
User avatar #6 - doigboiger (06/21/2013) [-]
This should be a screamer that only pops up after 3-4 minutes. After the reader has become properly engrossed in the story, a picture of a man in hospital robes with his eyes/face clawed at and chunks out of his arms should pop up.

I say this, but if someone got me with this screamer I would literally punch them.
User avatar #298 to #6 - tenmillionbears (06/21/2013) [-]
Here you go....I couldn't post the gif here because it would too small to read. It's not the same creepypasta, but it's the same idea.

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User avatar #32 to #6 - faggotishshit ONLINE (06/21/2013) [-]
Calm down, Satan
#174 - yuukoku (06/21/2013) [-]
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Is anybody else here a Creepypasta fan that has heard this one a million times?
#313 to #174 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
I was thinking the same thing. This one is a classic; if they haven't heard this, what have they heard?
User avatar #319 to #313 - yuukoku (06/21/2013) [-]
The Poptart Tragedy.
User avatar #207 to #174 - gamingtales (06/21/2013) [-]
Yep me too.
User avatar #219 to #207 - yuukoku (06/21/2013) [-]
I would have killed myself if he posted Russian Sleep Experiment. At least the pleabs have something a little less usual to scare themselves with.
#154 - alucord (06/21/2013) [-]
If I was left alone with my thoughts, I probably would have gone insane too.
#1 - profhershellayton (06/20/2013) [-]
True or not, this is... just... terrifying   
God I feel like a pussy
True or not, this is... just... terrifying

God I feel like a pussy
#176 to #1 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
its a creepypasta
#39 to #1 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
User avatar #57 to #39 - johananas (06/21/2013) [-]
#248 to #57 - jhoec (06/21/2013) [-]
the one and only!!
#186 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
when he was blind and couldn't feel anything, how did he managed to run against the wall and repeat that.

If you remove is sense for balance and feeling he would also unable to stand, not even know if he sits, lay or stand.
User avatar #218 to #186 - youknowwhothisis (06/21/2013) [-]
full muscle control. I'm sure after doing it for so many decades you could do it without your senses.
#9 - iyr (06/21/2013) [-]
We won't need eyes where we're going. . .
User avatar #187 to #9 - kernelstack (06/21/2013) [-]
Liberate tutemet ex infernis.
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#217 to #212 - kernelstack (06/21/2013) [-]
Never said it wasn't...

The quote is from the scene when they are watching the video logs of what happened to the crew.

I did get an "n" in there that is wrong, though...
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User avatar #233 to #222 - kernelstack (06/21/2013) [-]
You're probably right about the quote anyway, since it's actually pseudo-latin. I don't know enough Latin myself to know right from wrong though...

Yeah, it's a really cool movie if you're into sci-fi horror. Check this one out while you're at it, as well:
User avatar #235 to #233 - kernelstack (06/21/2013) [-]
Btw, **** the ratings. They don't always tell the truth.
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User avatar #18 to #9 - PVTDickStryker (06/21/2013) [-]
Event Horizon, one of the last few GOOD sci fi movies ever made.
#264 to #18 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
It was good, then turned into a rabid gore fest out of ******* nowhere. Still not bad though.
User avatar #79 - ruebezahl (06/21/2013) [-]
There are too many contradictions in this text for it to be true.

For example, if you can't feel anything, then you will not be able to walk or in any reasonable way control your body. So you would not be able to fling yourself against a wall, claw at his eyes or bite yourself.

In fact, how would he even know that he was flinging himself against a wall?

Also, you could not eat or drink in that kind of situation. So it is pointless to mention that at some point he had to be "manually rehydrated" when he should have been on drip-feed all along.

At the beginning, there is all this talk about how the scientists really believe that they will be able to contact God, etc. But when the test subject supposedly gives them personal information that he could not have known, they left the study? Why??

So yes, quite creepy, but also quite obviously fake.
User avatar #102 to #79 - eddymolly (06/21/2013) [-]
Why would you not be able to control your body? they didn't remove muscles, just nerve connections to sensory parts of the brain, so he would still be able to move his body, he would just have no idea where it was in relation to the environment, only in relation to other parts of his body
User avatar #106 to #102 - ruebezahl (06/21/2013) [-]
Have you ever been in a situation where your arm or leg was numb? Have you then tried to do anything with that body part? Walking with a numb leg is practically impossible. Grabbing something with a numb arm is practically impossible. You could possibly train yourself to handle the numb body part over many months and years, but that would require your eyesight. If you can't see or feel anything, then you would flail about aimlessly - at best.
User avatar #111 to #106 - eddymolly (06/21/2013) [-]
Yeah, but you can still use it to decent enough effect, if I had completely numb legs, I could still throw myself around, or I could still hit myself in the face with numb arms. You wouldn't be able to tell if you were hitting the wall, but you would know roughly if you were getting your own face, as you can tell where your body is without needing external perception.

Plus its a different situation anyhow, if your limb is numb, the nerves in it aren't working properly, the nerves in his limbs are fine, its just the sense parts of them aren't reaching his brain, so he could still use his limbs fine, and would still know where they were in relation to himself, just not to the rest of the world
#269 to #111 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
It isn't true because there is no record of the study or anything, regardless. But theoretically it's impossible anyway. Removing all of someones senses? Don't be daft.
User avatar #281 to #269 - eddymolly (06/21/2013) [-]
Yeah, its complete bollox anyhow. But in a theoretical world where you could. its interesting to think what would happen
User avatar #85 to #79 - zzforrest (06/21/2013) [-]
If your arm is completely numb, an you move it? I know I can, but without any real precision. He wouldn't know if he was flinging himself against a wall, as he was likely looking for a way to feel. He lost all contact with the real world and so he started acting crazy to see if it would help. You are right about eating and drinking, though. They were likely scared by the idea that he actually contacted god, so they ran like little sissies, and they also could have had dark secrets.
And no ******* **** is it fake.
User avatar #67 - toastandbananas (06/21/2013) [-]
"no apparent cause of death"
well i don't know, maybe it was because his senses weren't functioning, he was pumped full of sedatives, and he was biting chunks of skin off his ******* arm.
just a thought.
User avatar #77 to #67 - daentraya (06/21/2013) [-]
The stress itself can play a large dahm role in such things, too
#318 - romneykun (06/21/2013) [-]
Damn, that's some good **** .
User avatar #162 - znigga (06/21/2013) [-]
Had literally no senses except thought, gouged his eyes out, bit chunks out of is arm, smashed himself against a wall, and had to be manually re-hydrated. "There was no apparent cause of death."
User avatar #21 - adu (06/21/2013) [-]
>Completely severed nerves
>Full function of body

Yeah I stopped buying it before that even, but still nice creepypasta.
User avatar #75 to #21 - daentraya (06/21/2013) [-]
I just thought of it as; bereft them of all senses possible. One can numb most of the body from the spine, deafening is fairly easy and so is sight, and i'm not quite sure about smell but it shouldnt be too difficult
#157 to #21 - anon (06/21/2013) [-]
It's possible to have severed nerves and still move. That's hat happens when you go numb due to a numbing agent. There are different nerves for feeling and for motor movement.
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