today i learned – tues 24th july 2018

properly shady fact today 😳 we’re getting all involved with secret government tests 🕵🏻‍♂️

#tdil the us navy once secretly infected the people of san francisco bay with bacteria as a test 😳

soooooo mad that stuff like this actually happens! but yeah, in the 1950s, there was a top secret test called ‘operation seaspray’ that consisted of the navy spraying san francisco bay with serratia marcescens and bacillus globigii bacteria #germs

wondering why? well, the us navy were worried about the extent at which bacteria could spread if the us came under attack from chemical weapons 😷

between 20th and 27th sept 1950, pathogens were released off the shore of san francisco and the effects monitored at 43 locations around the city … they eventually determined that nearly all of the 800,000 citizens inhaled millions of particles every single day during the week of spraying 😧

but what do the two bacteria actually do? well, serratia marcescens has been attributed to many hospital based illnesses – such as urinary tract infections – and bacillus globigii looks as if it’s just a marker for tests 👍🏻

there are no records that say the us navy had any medical backing before they decided to infect the entirety of san francisco bay … which is fun 🙈

when you think about it, this one is super scary … like, no one even knew this was happening! it could be happening again right now! 😳 i guess it just depends how into conspiracies theories you want to go 😅

peace 🤙🏻 #tdil

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