And here is a link to an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man about this exactly thing we are doing right now!

The Six Million Who ?

Aww God ! You’ve so much to catch up on. Ok, so there is this guy, Steve Austin, and he was an astronaut, but.. damn… wait ..ok…So an astronaut is…


As Sterling Archer traipses through the jungles of Borneo, he’s ambushed by a Japanese soldier named Sato Kentaro, who has been out of touch with the outside world since the 1940’s. He believes World War II is still going on and as such, treats Archer with hostility. Using his phone, Archer tries to convince Sato that the war ended, but to little avail. Archer is then forced to take Kentaro prisoner as he continues his mission.


When a plane carrying an atomic warhead crashes on a South Pacific island, Col. Steve Austin is sent to retrieve it, but finds that an ex-Japanese Zero pilot, Kuroda, has taken it to his home. Steve must successfully navigate his way through the booby-traps and get the warhead before a rogue guerrilla group does. Being held prisoner by the Japanese holdout, Steve uses his Polaroid camera to take an instant photo of his captor, in an attempt to prove to him how far the world has moved on, and notes the “Made in Japan” label on the device.


Project “The Cyborg” 1963
After the war and the fall of Japan, the research in Unit 731 was stopped, but the legend of Napole Nockman did not end.

USA signed an agreement with Japan which ascertained the anonymity of all the people involved in the experiments. The both parties agreed to destroy all the files related to the Unit, while Japan promised to provide the US government with all the records about the bloody research.

During the Cold War the CIA made “The Strongest” project as a priority experiment, so one after another human enhancement programs were conducted.

NN-13, NN-217, Nebraska, Napole and of course The Cyborg Projects were conducted in top secret military bases in Nevada, USA.

The Cyborg Project research caused a mass panic and led to many public protests.

During the experiment on Private Jack Hockland, something went wrong. The side effect was the cause of death to 47 soldiers and 21 civilians. The scientists lost control over the experiment. Jack raged in the military base at the town of Goodwill for 75 hours – until the effect ceased.

This incident inspired a lot of writers and film directors.

Every project based on the Napole Nockman‘s and Unit 731 researches experienced similar results – Know No one could control the effects of the Strongest. So the CIA ordered the closure of the program and buried the materials and results for good. But… they did fail. Again…


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