MOUSE UTOPIA - JOHN B CALHOUN'S NIMH POPULATION EXPERIMENTS
The WHO, UN, WEF and other Globalist NGO's all have this Utopian goal.. Universal Wage, Smart Cities, Cashless Credit Digital Coupon, Cradle to Grave Welfare State. CRIPR Genetic Engineering, Eugenics, Population Control...
But the corrupt crony planned obsolescence monopoly capitalist cabal, have been paving the way to this point for several generations. They have the worlds finest minds, in their think tanks with unlimited resources, yet they are in the same fix as the rest of us.
From the late 60's leading up to 1972, John B Calhoun conducted a series of experiments under the guidance of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).
In these experiments Calhoun observed rats and mice populations coping with various living situations and environments.
In July 1968 four pairs of mice were introduced into the Utopian universe. The universe was a 9-foot (2.7 m) square metal pen with 54-inch-high (1.4 m) sides. Each side had four groups of four vertical, wire mesh "tunnels". The "tunnels" gave access to nesting boxes, food hoppers, and water dispensers. There was no shortage of food or water or nesting material. There were no predators. The only adversity was the limit on space.
Initially the population grew rapidly, doubling every 55 days. The population reached 620 by day 315, after which the population growth dropped markedly. The last surviving birth was on day 600. This period between day 315 and day 600 saw a breakdown in social structure and in normal social behavior. Among the aberrations in behavior were the following:
expulsion of young before weaning was complete,
wounding of young,
inability of dominant males to maintain the defense of their territory and females,
aggressive behavior of females,
passivity of non-dominant males with increased attacks on each other which were not defended against. After day 600, the social breakdown continued and the population declined toward extinction. During this period females ceased to reproduce. Their male counterparts withdrew completely, never engaging in courtship or fighting. They ate, drank, slept, and groomed themselves – all solitary pursuits. Sleek, healthy coats and an absence of scars characterized these males. They were named "the beautiful ones".
These experiments culminated in Universe 25 - A mouse utopia which lasted 600 days and ended in the extinction of all inhabitants.
Totally insane population drives itself to dystopian extinction!!!
This film is a trimmed version of a longer set of stitched-together reels that contain remarks by and interviews with National Institute of Mental Health scientist John B. Calhoun, as well as extensive footage of the thousands of mice Calhoun studied over many years. In Mouse City, Calhoun provided his research subjects food, water, bedding, protection from predators--all that they needed except adequate space. The results were destructive and dramatic. Based on these experiments, Calhoun drew conclusions about human behavior in overcrowded conditi
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