Forbbiden — The Article Series

Forbbiden — The Article Series

What is a Body Farm?

One of the most interesting questions we received for our new “Forbidden” series is by far: What in the world is a body farm.? While I don’t want to know why that is a question or why some are wondering that is I took the deep dive into finding out exactly that. Before the question was posed in our series inbox, I had no idea such things even existed. You could probably argue that I was equally grossed out as I was deeply intrigued. According to U.S records and researchers, a body farm is a research-type facility where you guessed it dead bodies are studied in various forms of decomposition. The studies help people like scientists; law enforcement, researchers, and so on study the remains of those who die whether by natural causes or something far more sinister. Body F...
The history of human cloning, how it is possible, but why it is inevitably difficult to even do it
Forbbiden — The Article Series

The history of human cloning, how it is possible, but why it is inevitably difficult to even do it

In our series “Forbidden” we’re exploring people; places, and things about the world and the lives we have that are otherwise off limits to we humans and our fellow human species. While for hundreds of years we’ve thought things like those you’ll find in this series to be fiction, some, are very much real they’re just kept away from everyday humans at all costs. —— Cloning, what is it? Cloning is exactly what one thinks it is and with it comes almost every legitimate question and concern one could possibly imagine. According to historical records, human cloning of (varying) types has actually been possible for about 7 years. The problem with cloning is that as of 2020 it is believed that more than 70 countries have outright restricted or totally banned the practice. For mo...
3 fascinating places no human is ever allowed into
Forbbiden — The Article Series

3 fascinating places no human is ever allowed into

In our next installement of our “Forbidden” series — we’re exploring fascinating places on this earth where we humans aren’t exactly allowed to go. Our last entry took us through South America and wove through Brazil to a notoriously snake-ridden island that no human no matter whom they are is allowed to enter. In this installment, we go on yet another worldly adventure far more fascinating than the first. These excursions are meant to open the eyes of our readers to realize that the world and the earht in which we live on is far more complex and large than anyone has probably ever imagined. The Isa Shrine, Japan Visitors are allowed as far as the gate, where they can offer their prayers, but never beyond. (Photo:JTB/UIG via Getty Images) Alike state secrets and places ...
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