7 STRANGE Military Science Projects

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  • Published on Oct 31, 2017
  • From EMPs to the top secret project 112; these are 7 STRANGE Military Science Projects
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    6.HVRC |
    5.Project 112
    3.Project Iceworm
    2.Operation Fishbowl
    1.ATLAS I
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  • World Unearthed
    World Unearthed  Year ago +111

    Do you think Project 112 is STILL going on ? Let me know :D

    • A҉n҉o҉n҉1҉3҉3҉7҉ 【X】
      A҉n҉o҉n҉1҉3҉3҉7҉ 【X】 7 hours ago

      +Nadia Baig i LoL @ you sheep.

    • saberstylegaming
      saberstylegaming Day ago

      i live a hour away from rhoulston, wtf bro, medicine hat alberta canada, mind. blown.

    • Elizabeth Marks-Graham
      Elizabeth Marks-Graham 3 days ago

      There’s this agenda 21/2030 that’s out now to look into this some day it’s for our own good and to “save the planet” but 2/3rds of us need to be killed off to do so there’s where it goes BAD

    • Elizabeth Marks-Graham
      Elizabeth Marks-Graham 3 days ago

      World Unearthed look into directed energy weapons

    • nomad with a camera
      nomad with a camera 12 days ago

      It would explain all the liberals.

  • Terratropic
    Terratropic 6 hours ago

    I think it means nuclear driven airplane

  • Moe Less
    Moe Less 10 hours ago

    America is just messed up wow....

  • Sacro Gaming
    Sacro Gaming 12 hours ago

    It translates to "The Russian Bomber Test" I'm guessing from my arse lol

  • WRB LimeyLuna
    WRB LimeyLuna 14 hours ago

    It means flying atomic laboratory by the way I speak russian

  • LoveREvolution1111

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  • djhutchison
    djhutchison Day ago

    #7 should be titled, "People that should know better, fucking around and dying".

  • Mill iMus
    Mill iMus 2 days ago

    B*TCH DO YOU THINK I SPEAK RUSSIAN?!?!?!?!

  • john p
    john p 2 days ago

    i thought the 3rd bomb was meant for Tokyo but they didn't drop it because of bad weather? O-o

    • sean soblixe
      sean soblixe Day ago

      THAT SOUNDS VERY LIKELY. SCIENTIST WERE GRAPHING THE TYPE OF BOMB VS THE YEILD. TWO POINTS ON THE GRAPH WAS REALLY QUITE SUFFICIENT. A THIRD POINT WOULD HAVE DELIGHTFULL...IM BEEN SARCASTIC. DONT LET HISTORY LESSONS FOOL YOU. IT WASNT ABOUT POLITICS AND THE LIKE. IT WAS A TOTAL EXPERIMENT. COUNTING DEAD BODIES WAS A MERE STATISTISTICAL CHORE.

  • Adrian G
    Adrian G 3 days ago

    ATLAS 1 is here in Albuquerque, and los alamos is an hour and a half away. Sandia labs is on base here in abq as well.. damn I’m screwed

  • danyl barbour
    danyl barbour 3 days ago +1

    the most important thing that you can glean from this is the government dos not care about you
    the government dos not care if you live or die

    • sean soblixe
      sean soblixe Day ago

      PEOPLE DONT CARE IF YOU LIVE OR DIE....BABY, YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN! YOU DIDNT KNOW THAT?

  • DrDread
    DrDread 4 days ago

    The fourth nuke: "Immediately after the Nagasaki bombing the Allies did not possess any more atomic bombs. It is true . . . 'Los Alamos and Tinian were maintained in a state of complete readiness to prepare additional bombs', but, . . . the earliest the next bomb could be assembled for use was 17 August, and almost everybody expected the war to be over by then." [history.stackexchange.com] However, "[The U.S. planned] to have another atomic bomb ready for use on August 19, with three more in September and a further three in October. On August 10, Groves sent a memorandum to Marshall in which he wrote that "the next bomb ... should be ready for delivery on the first suitable weather after 17 or 18 August." [Wiki]

  • Eggy Empire
    Eggy Empire 4 days ago +2

    I think Russian words stands for nuclear kamikaze

  • Jovan B
    Jovan B 5 days ago +4

    Fluing nucliar labaratori
    i am russian

    • WRB LimeyLuna
      WRB LimeyLuna 14 hours ago

      Jovan B you are russian but your English is bad

  • Cristian Mares
    Cristian Mares 6 days ago

    How did they scrap the core?!

  • Victor Daher
    Victor Daher 6 days ago

    very good content; thank you

  • garage187able
    garage187able 8 days ago

    Unfortunately my kids were not taught any of this and say it’s a conspiracy theory, so it will all happen again!

  • benno291980
    benno291980 9 days ago +4

    #3 Thule AFB, used to see flights headed there out of Dow and Loring (Maine).
    Btw, not to be one of those people but it's pronounced like "tu-lee"

  • Drews Quick Fixes Ideas And Hacks

    I think this guy just makes this stuff up so we can hear his nasal voice . He doesnt fact check at all. I dont even know if these are true at all

  • Vladi Atanasov
    Vladi Atanasov 12 days ago

    Flying Atomic Laboratory... :)

  • Webster Arms
    Webster Arms 13 days ago

    @world unearthed - What's the name of the background music as HVRC and Project 112 is being shown?. I feel to write some rhymes to it about conspiracy theories :)

  • Dr. Dread of the Great Horror Library

    Get your facts straight. Japan surrendered on 2 September 1945, not 15 August.

  • Scott Congdon
    Scott Congdon 16 days ago

    project 112 is a perpetual thing . uhm aids

  • Scott Congdon
    Scott Congdon 16 days ago

    wthe thing to put on a different flying object. . and that those objects are around today. small power plant means low wieght and more room for bombs n such or even very small plane. . slow bomber is inpractical for such devices. but high flying high speed aircraft is perfect. who would want to shoot down a nuke powered survalenve aircraft above themselveshat we learned is that both goverments had no problem putting nuke reactors on planes, and that means that they more than likely were just testing

  • therealsnow
    therealsnow 16 days ago

    Huh... I seen that Atlas 1 from the air countless times and always wondered what it was for, now I know :)

  • Landfill
    Landfill 16 days ago

    Aliens saw this and were like" primitive humans "

  • Abyadhz Eldien
    Abyadhz Eldien 22 days ago

    What is the song

  • mastahaxx
    mastahaxx 24 days ago

    atomic research? :P

  • starburstblackout
    starburstblackout 25 days ago

    i think that all these ads in your videos may as well be project 112

  • Dragomir Ronilac
    Dragomir Ronilac 26 days ago +3

    All information are so imprecise that in fact it is useless

  • Dragomir Ronilac
    Dragomir Ronilac 26 days ago

    Third bomb would have the second plutonium core... The first was uranium....

  • Cindylee Dodd
    Cindylee Dodd 28 days ago

    Gas adam crematorium...???

  • WhatWeLearn 27
    WhatWeLearn 27 Month ago

    #4 = nuclear airborne facility??

  • fabts
    fabts Month ago

    Lier's number 6 is a weather device if I'm wrong tell me otherwise with proven fact please double dare you SWT...

  • Horrific Space
    Horrific Space Month ago

    I think its a atomic labratory.

    I almost Had it :(

  • Ovrhypd
    Ovrhypd Month ago +2

    flying atomic laboratory

  • Kylor
    Kylor Month ago

    ill sub to anyone who subcribes to me :)

  • Funberg Rundberg
    Funberg Rundberg Month ago

    The Demon Core was so close to being critical, scientists tried(and failed) to replicate the situation when it killed both men. But they used robots, and it never went critical, confusing everyone for years years. It was so close to going critical, human hands near it was just enough to set it over the edge, but a robot arm was not. Sad but very interesting.

  • Cobra King
    Cobra King Month ago

    I already what that translation meant

  • Mike Hunt
    Mike Hunt Month ago

    A lot of things are "strange" to the uninformed or the downright ignorant.

  • Nathan Smith
    Nathan Smith Month ago

    the demon core was _not_ the "third _plutonium_ core" after the cores used in Hiroshima & Nagasaki, since Hiroshima was a very different _uranium_ core design

  • Steve Bez
    Steve Bez Month ago

    Spoke en wooden wheels make bus bill meter maids run war den pole tar guests play mummy dad said nort tea six pounds?

  • Action Pooch
    Action Pooch 2 months ago +2

    Fun fact. The Demon Core's original name was Roofus. :)

  • Steve Ano
    Steve Ano 2 months ago

    Anthrax is not contagious.

  • Sao Salazar
    Sao Salazar 2 months ago

    Project 112= HIV

  • Yifeng Yang
    Yifeng Yang 2 months ago

    jeez this world is messed up

  • Caroline Vs
    Caroline Vs 2 months ago

    Wow

  • Adolf Hitler
    Adolf Hitler 2 months ago +6

    This guys voice is worse then top 15’s

    • Drews Quick Fixes Ideas And Hacks
      Drews Quick Fixes Ideas And Hacks 9 days ago

      He does alot of cocaine so he has a deviated septum ha ha then he smokes weed to calm down and tell his stories

    • Steve Markin
      Steve Markin Month ago

      And why would a ten year old be playin on the name for a sight reference? Lol! Dude that pic was when he was in his meth and coke probs! Anyways good luck!

    • Steve Markin
      Steve Markin Month ago

      So adolf, how the hell did you get to the island? LMFAO!

  • Nuiun 04
    Nuiun 04 2 months ago

    Operation Fishbowl... under Project Dominic... The name "Dominic" means "Of the Lord."
    "Fishbowl of the Lord"... hmm.

  • Bill Allmon
    Bill Allmon 2 months ago

    The bad thing is we let people that dont know what the hell they are doing play with this stuff

  • Scott Way
    Scott Way 2 months ago

    Trumps Evolving.

  • murphymb
    murphymb 2 months ago

    Information is sketchy, the narrators opinions are intellectually lacking.

  • Alot of Vodka
    Alot of Vodka 2 months ago

    man I feel bad for the 1st people's "slips"

  • Constance Yen
    Constance Yen 2 months ago

    US Military has the biggest budget in the world, 10 times more than that of China’s. Japan comes at the second. Now we know who is the war mongor. USA started more than 20 wars against small and weak countries ever since WW2. USA bought millions and millions of refugees and death to these countries.
    God will punish you, US Military

  • Nathan Straccia
    Nathan Straccia 2 months ago

    Project ebola

  • Usman Azhar
    Usman Azhar 2 months ago

    so they r dumping there projects in Greenland. Don't you think it will fall into wrong hands?

  • Austin Harding
    Austin Harding 2 months ago

    AND i CANNOT believe you didn't mention H.A.A.R.P., nor did you mention the Philadelphia experiment! you wanna hear strange? check out the interviews of Al Bielek, one of the sailors who jumped overboard the ship as the experiment was taking place, and YOU decide if the tale he told of what followed is truly authentic. Knowing what i know, id go so far as to say there's a good 50/50 chance what happened to him is true

  • Austin Harding
    Austin Harding 2 months ago

    If we learned from our mistakes then history wouldn't repeat itself

  • Austin Harding
    Austin Harding 2 months ago

    An the other half didn't give a rats ass

  • g h
    g h 2 months ago

    I'm surprised no one had flown over the us and dropped a few anthrax bottles scatterd In high populated placed

  • Jerome O'Mara
    Jerome O'Mara 2 months ago

    While te Hiroshima Bomb may have helped to end teh war Nagasaki was lets see what this one does. The only country on Earth that ever dropped a bob was the USA and we should all be ashamed of it!

  • alex donnelly
    alex donnelly 2 months ago

    They were trying to smash through the firmament? That’s what caused the depletion of the ozone layer!!! Hence chemtrails to block harmful radiation? DEEPSTATE PLOT TO LEAVE EARTH DECIMATED.

  • Clark Magnuson
    Clark Magnuson 2 months ago

    10:27 "the electrons can be found"? I think you have the wrong word.

  • Josue Gonzalez
    Josue Gonzalez 2 months ago

    Atomic program. 1

  • will2see
    will2see 2 months ago

    Flighing atomic laboratory and I don't even speak russian.

  • Funken Schläger
    Funken Schläger 2 months ago

    wait...they used a lose screwdriver as a gap-holder between the neutron reflective bottom and cover to prevent the core getting super critical??? And that after there already has been a deadly incedent?!!!

  • Harold McBroom
    Harold McBroom 2 months ago

    Who really cares what these secret society devil worshipers do... It's all towards wickedness, and to control others...

  • APCOPILOT
    APCOPILOT 2 months ago

    USrael ==== GENOCIDE for PROFIT and DOMINATION !!!

  • Tom Wagner
    Tom Wagner 2 months ago

    Very interesting, informative and engaging video - and the narration wasn’t bad either. Nicely done.

  • I have a name
    I have a name 2 months ago

    I think critical would be the correct term instead of supercritical, if you actually put together a supercritical mass, you would not be here

  • Nicholas Hamilton2024
    Nicholas Hamilton2024 2 months ago +3

    im suprised you didnt mention the S.S Blackbird or the Concorde which was discontinued in 2003

  • smiles gaming and more
    smiles gaming and more 2 months ago

    atomic plane

  • Michael Johnson
    Michael Johnson 2 months ago

    Thule is pronounced too-lee or tool-ee,

  • Taylor Hudson
    Taylor Hudson 2 months ago

    And yadda yadda yadda

  • Craymeco
    Craymeco 2 months ago +2

    Hate the overly edited voice over. Clipping out every breath and cramming sentences together.

  • B Laws
    B Laws 2 months ago

    Dude sounds like a fake hub porno guy....someone told me about

  • Christopher Bernardi
    Christopher Bernardi 2 months ago

    Where is the project about controlling insects for surveillance and poisoning ? think that one is more strange then this

  • scott moore
    scott moore 2 months ago

    Thule is pronounced too Lee

  • baz
    baz 2 months ago

    LOL 7.77 for a 50p cup lol yeah ill do that wont i !...................not

  • baz
    baz 2 months ago

    about time the US was gone , aint it !

  • 222nightwolf
    222nightwolf 2 months ago +13

    That would not happen with a Craftsman screw driver.

    • MarineVet81
      MarineVet81 Day ago

      and if it did happen with a craftsman you could get you money back. If it slipped obviously it's defective.

    • Gordon White
      Gordon White 27 days ago

      dude...that made actually laugh out loud ...nice

  • vadstradamus
    vadstradamus 2 months ago

    You know less about science than 6 year old.

  • Unhumanized
    Unhumanized 2 months ago

    I hate how much shit is just kept from us by all governments

  • xboxz klan
    xboxz klan 2 months ago +12

    Russian words is what it stands for

  • Monsieurturmoil
    Monsieurturmoil 2 months ago

    There seems little doubt that Japan was bombed with nuclear weapons for two major reasons, neither about Japanese capitulation as such....
    1) It was too good a chance to pass up.... The USA got to see how and what was destroyed and for how long by their new toy
    2) It was a severe warning to Russia, who the USA could not beat head to head in Europe at that time..... The USA could not possibly get enough military there fast enough.... There was around 12 million Russian troops and the USA + Allies still well under 500,000.... Russia could have sneezed and been at Calais in as long as it took to drive there basically ... So the message was "Stay still Uncle Joe or Moscow gets the third bomb"... Hence Stalin stopped at Germany, not the European Atlantic coast.

    • Ron Fullerton
      Ron Fullerton 2 months ago

      You forgot #3! The Japanese had fortified their home island and was ready to fight to the death. Military predictions we're that an invasion of Japan would take at least a year to achieve, and over one million people would die. World War 2 had been going on for six years, many had been killed or severely injured, and economically all the countries were suffering. Great losses of precious resources was another terrible blow caused by this war. Everyone on the Allied side was just ready to be done with the war. It was a sad day to think one man would do such a thing to another. But no matter how many of us wants this stupidity done, there is always someone or some group that does not give a second thought to killing others off to get what they want. Sadly this is a curse of the human kind and we will never subdue this terrible trait.

  • Ferigan Qoshja
    Ferigan Qoshja 2 months ago

    Shame _ Environment is Destroyed by such things , CRAZY , I thought I was Crazy , but to Blast a Nuclear Bomb on Space , it's CRAZY & Harmful to Earth ATMOSPHERE too , Shame whoever did it , for what ? To show off to Other Countries that Whatever COUNTRY who Mess up with ours , or Something , Shame . there is No need for all that , we all know US & RUSSIA is Powerful , you all don't have to prove it , No need for all that Nuclear Tests & destruction of Environment , No COUNTRY is interested in War with US & RUSSIA , you all take it easy

  • Scott Murphy
    Scott Murphy 2 months ago

    The dangers of Bacillus anthracis (Anthrax) are overstated and must be viewed in the context of the situations in which they are presented. I am a clinical microbiologist and have isolated it in a total of 5 patients in the last 5 years, all in sputum (mucus from the lungs) specimens. There are 3 clinical manifestations of a B. anthracis infection; gastrointestinal, respiratory and epidermal (skin). Years ago, a case of epidermal anthrax was called "Wool sorters disease". It was common amongst people who sheared sheep or worked around cattle and presented as black chancres on the skin. Though cases of untreated anthrax can indeed be fatal, especially if found in the lungs, the bug is very susceptible to antibiotics like fluroquinolones like Cipro and Levaquin, tetrocyclines like Avidoxy, macrolides like Erythromycin, glycopeptides like Vancomycin and even older beta lactams like penicillin.
    The key to survival is early diagnosis and treatment. For us, B. anthracis presents on a blood agar plate as a scalloped edge, hemolytic light gray colony. It bubbles when placed in hydrogen peroxide (positive catalase), is a Gram positive rod with squared off endsm often in chains that makes it look like a line of rail road cars and is non-motile (doesn't swim) when viewed under a microscope.
    Where it becomes a severe health threat is when cultures are disseminated on a very large population. Singularly it is very easy to treat, but when there are thousands of people who are infected, it will completely overwhelm the health care facilities to treat them.

  • michael dechiara
    michael dechiara 2 months ago

    beecho caio

  • scifinerd1911
    scifinerd1911 2 months ago

    Great video

  • Universe Edit
    Universe Edit 2 months ago

    lithium atomic laboratory? Lol

  • LtCmdrMaximus
    LtCmdrMaximus 2 months ago

    Slot in was the first

  • member369240sx
    member369240sx 2 months ago

    #1 was 4 miles from my childhood home would watch them roll planes on there from my rooftop.

  • Dhughill
    Dhughill 2 months ago

    THULE is not pronounced "Thool" is is pronounced "Too-Lee".

  • Troy Dube'
    Troy Dube' 2 months ago +1

    Song list for the video?

  • Rod Lux
    Rod Lux 2 months ago

    wargames movie re-watch time again season

  • Nuthing2Sumting
    Nuthing2Sumting 2 months ago

    Latest atomic labratory

    • Larry XK
      Larry XK 2 months ago

      la what? it's laboratory

  • apolo50
    apolo50 3 months ago

    This video is such a lie

  • XtremeBudgetMusician
    XtremeBudgetMusician 3 months ago

    ""Too-lee" not "Thole"

  • Paul Campbell
    Paul Campbell 3 months ago +33

    Your atomic physics needs brushing up on. Critical and super-critical are not the same thing. Critical is what a power reactor fluctuates around, makes a ton of heat and the fuel rods would melt if not controlled. Super-Critical is atomic detonation requiring the 'core' is taken way, way over critical mass very quickly to create a very rapid runaway reaction that increases exponentially causing a near total reaction of the core in microseconds. The Los Alamos core only went critical, and only briefly, if it had gone super-critical (requiring the rest of the bomb hardware) then Las Alamos would be a hole in the ground.

    • Critical Error
      Critical Error 18 days ago

      Interesting

    • J Kay
      J Kay 18 days ago

      Thanks, I was looking for this comment.

    • Soxee Mods
      Soxee Mods Month ago

      +Lord Canti good shit😂😂😂

    • Lord Canti
      Lord Canti Month ago +3

      Halluci hahaha you were too dumb to understand his point so you got mad. That’s some funny shit right there.

  • Max Kopstein
    Max Kopstein 3 months ago +1

    Actually, nuclear bombers were rendered unnecessary by the invention of midair refueling, and the navy had already shown its capability to produce powerful nuclear submarines which could carry more nuclear payload than any bomber.