Dark Matters: Twisted But True

Season 1 Episode 3

Sexy Secret Agent, Full Body Transplant, Honey I Nuked the Planet

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Sep 14, 2011 on The Science Channel
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Sexy Secret Agent -- Former model Candy Jones reveals under hypnosis that she had been CIA secret agent Arlene Grant. She contends that she underwent government brainwashing and was sent on dangerous missions around the world.
Full Body Transplant -- In a gruesome 1971 experiment, Dr. Robert White transplanted the head of a rhesus monkey onto the body of another. He thought this method could be used to extend the minds and souls of humans whose bodies wore out.
Honey I Nuked the Planet -- In 1962, scientist James van Allen was appointed to determine if exploding an atomic bomb is space was safe, but did not give him the time to do it. The 1.4 megaton H-Bomb went off, creating a radiation storm that took a decade to dissipate and destroyed satellites.

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  • keep it coming..

    8.0
    first story .. wasnt really that much interesting unless u are intohypnotism.. i mean it was fun to see what spies and CIA does but .... well i guess sometimes u shouldnt always think that a person is bipolar... when it could be a sleeping spy.

    Second. Sppoooky! well interesting.. kinda woke me up from falling asleep thou. im surprised that at such time 60s it was alright to do this with animals. but i guess it wasnt in vain... but for what i see its that ... basically u just plug a head to a body n keep the heart running isnt much different than putting the whole head into a blood circulation pump. anyways.... for what its worth in my opinion i think it isnt a bad idea.. but prolly not somethin ill see in my life happening in humans

    Third... wow.. i didnt know about this super nuclear bombexplodedon the space, not that ive studied anything to do with nuclear bombs history but... its definatelly something i would expect to see on many bomb tests documentaries that ive seen on history channel not long ago...well.. i guess something to remembermoreless

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