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What was the name of that hospital experiment?
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Interesting that this particular experiment comes up!
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ALTERED STATES (1980) - FULL MOVIE FREE

http://m4ufree.io/watch-free-f76fc-alter...ufree.html

Storyline: Altered States (1980) It's the late 1960's. Just for a lark, graduate student Eddie Jessup, known for being unconventional, brilliant and slightly mad, conducts experiments with an isolation chamber, using himself as the subject. His experiences in the chamber cause him to hallucinate, much of the imagery being religious-based despite he not being a religious man. Seven years later, he is a respected full professor in the Harvard Medical School. Believing he has lost his edge and has fallen into an unwanted state of respectability, Eddie decides to resume his work with sensory deprivation, this time using hallucinogens, specifically untested ones used in mystical Mexican rituals, to enhance the experience of being in the isolation tank. After initial tests, he claims he entered an alternate physical and mental state. Although unbelieving of Eddie's claims, his colleagues Arthur Rosenberg and Mason Parrish, as well as Eddie's wife, Emily, who is in her own right a respected academic, are concerned for Eddie's well being. However, if Eddie's claims are indeed true, he could do irreparable harm to himself and others around him, especially if his altered states are uncontrollable.
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The one where they shut a person up in solitary confinement till he changed into something else. The doctor in charge of the experiment committed suicide when he saw the true nature of man

can someone tell me the name of it?

A person changes into something else when he is infected.

Humans true nature is as pure as the moment they're born.

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ALTERED STATES (1980) - FULL MOVIE FREE

http://m4ufree.io/watch-free-f76fc-alter...ufree.html

Storyline: Altered States (1980) It's the late 1960's. Just for a lark, graduate student Eddie Jessup, known for being unconventional, brilliant and slightly mad, conducts experiments with an isolation chamber, using himself as the subject. His experiences in the chamber cause him to hallucinate, much of the imagery being religious-based despite he not being a religious man. Seven years later, he is a respected full professor in the Harvard Medical School. Believing he has lost his edge and has fallen into an unwanted state of respectability, Eddie decides to resume his work with sensory deprivation, this time using hallucinogens, specifically untested ones used in mystical Mexican rituals, to enhance the experience of being in the isolation tank. After initial tests, he claims he entered an alternate physical and mental state. Although unbelieving of Eddie's claims, his colleagues Arthur Rosenberg and Mason Parrish, as well as Eddie's wife, Emily, who is in her own right a respected academic, are concerned for Eddie's well being. However, if Eddie's claims are indeed true, he could do irreparable harm to himself and others around him, especially if his altered states are uncontrollable.

the movie had a happy end ... like this ...



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had forgot the name of the pop scientist on whose work, besides the pop anthropology of Castaneda the movie was based, used search terms "dolphin" "isolation tank" and the first result was this, looks like it's 3 days old ...

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RE: What was the name of that hospital experiment?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-18-2019 11:07 PM)
The one where they shut a person up in solitary confinement till he changed into something else. The doctor in charge of the experiment committed suicide when he saw the true nature of man

can someone tell me the name of it?

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Stanford Prison Experiment
Was that the One With The Red Button
that SHOCKED the Other person on other side of wall..

And the Person would SCREAM Horribly.
Then They Would tell the button pusher the
person was an Evil Criminal and they deserved it.

That if they answered any question wrong
turn up the electricity and shock them again.

Different experiment.

The Stanford prison

https://www.prisonexp.org/

"How we went about testing these questions and what we found may astound you. Our planned two-week investigation into the psychology of prison life had to be ended after only six days because of what the situation was doing to the college students who participated. In only a few days, our guards became sadistic and our prisoners became depressed and showed signs of extreme stress. Please read the story of what happened and what it tells us about the nature of human nature."
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-19-2019 08:25 AM)
Was that the One With The Red Button
that SHOCKED the Other person on other side of wall..

And the Person would SCREAM Horribly.
Then They Would tell the button pusher the
person was an Evil Criminal and they deserved it.

That if they answered any question wrong
turn up the electricity and shock them again.
No, you're thinking about this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment, I think, is where one group played the "guards" and the others were "inmates" and I think that what happens is that the power of authority is abused more and more as time goes on.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-19-2019 09:25 AM)
ALTERED STATES (1980) - FULL MOVIE FREE

http://m4ufree.io/watch-free-f76fc-alter...ufree.html

Storyline: Altered States (1980) It's the late 1960's. Just for a lark, graduate student Eddie Jessup, known for being unconventional, brilliant and slightly mad, conducts experiments with an isolation chamber, using himself as the subject. His experiences in the chamber cause him to hallucinate, much of the imagery being religious-based despite he not being a religious man. Seven years later, he is a respected full professor in the Harvard Medical School. Believing he has lost his edge and has fallen into an unwanted state of respectability, Eddie decides to resume his work with sensory deprivation, this time using hallucinogens, specifically untested ones used in mystical Mexican rituals, to enhance the experience of being in the isolation tank. After initial tests, he claims he entered an alternate physical and mental state. Although unbelieving of Eddie's claims, his colleagues Arthur Rosenberg and Mason Parrish, as well as Eddie's wife, Emily, who is in her own right a respected academic, are concerned for Eddie's well being. However, if Eddie's claims are indeed true, he could do irreparable harm to himself and others around him, especially if his altered states are uncontrollable.

EVERYONE on EARTH needs to watch this ALTERED STATES movie.


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