50 things you are not supposed to know

I stumbled upon a very strange book called 50 things you are not supposed to know. It’s written by  an unknown author Russ Kick. It was so interesting that I spent all evening reading it. Only 68 pages and each page had it’s own set of surprises.


I don’t know about if it is true or not as I don’t have any means to verify if it is true or not. Sharing this with you is probably the best way to know the reality behind this book.

  1. The Ten Commandments We Always See Aren’t the Ten Commandments
  2. One of the Popes Wrote an Erotic Book
  3. The CIA Commits Over 100,000 Serious Crimes Each Year
  4. The First CIA Agent to Die in the Line of Duty Was Douglas Mackiernan
  5. After 9/11, the Defense Department Wanted to Poison Afghanistan’s Food Supply
  6. The US Government Lies About the Number of Terrorism Convictions It Obtains
  7. The US Is Planning to Provoke Terrorist Attacks
  8. The US and Soviet Union Considered Detonating Nuclear Bombs on the Moon
  9. Two Atomic Bombs Were Dropped on North Carolina
  10. World War III Almost Started in 1995
  11. The Korean War Never Ended
  12. Agent Orange Was Used in Korea
  13. Kent State Wasn’t the Only ? or Even the First ? Massacre of College Students During the   Vietnam Era
  14. Winston Churchill Believed in a Worldwide Jewish Conspiracy
  15. The Auschwitz Tattoo Was Originally an IBM Code Number
  16. Adolph Hitler’s Blood Relatives Are Alive and Well in New York State
  17. Around One Quarter of "Witches" Were Men
  18. The Virginia Colonists Practiced Cannibalism
  19. Many of the Pioneering Feminists Opposed Abortion
  20. Black People Served in the Confederate Army
  21. Electric Cars Have Been Around Since the 1880s
  22. Juries Are Allowed to Judge the Law, Not Just the Facts
  23. The Police Aren’t Legally Obligated to Protect You
  24. The Government Can Take Your House and Land, Then Sell Them to Private Corporations
  25. The Supreme Court Has Ruled That You’re Allowed to Ingest Any Drug, Especially If You’re an Addict
  26. The Age of Consent in Most of the US Is Not Eighteen
  27. Most Scientists Don’t Read All of the Articles They Cite
  28. Louis Pasteur Suppressed Experiments That Didn’t Support His Theories
  29. The Creator of the GAIA Hypothesis Supports Nuclear Power
  30. Genetically-Engineered Humans Have Already Been Born
  31. The Insurance Industry Wants to Genetically Test All Policy Holders
  32. Smoking Causes Problems Other Than Lung Cancer and Heart Disease
  33. Herds of Milk-Producing Cows Are Rife With Bovine Leukemia Virus
  34. Most Doctors Don’t Know the Radiation Level of CAT Scans
  35. Medication Errors Kill Thousands Each Year
  36. Prescription Drugs Kill Over 100,000 Annually
  37. Work Kills More People Than War
  38. The Suicide Rate Is Highest Among the Elderly
  39. For Low-Risk People, a Positive Result from an HIV Test Is Wrong Half the Time
  40. DNA Matching Is Not Infallible
  41. An FBI Expert Testified That Lie Detectors Are Worthless for Security Screening
  42. The Bayer Company Made Heroin
  43. LSD Has Been Used Successfully in Psychiatric Therapy
  44. Carl Sagan Was an Avid Pot-Smoker
  45. One of the Heroes of Black Hawk Down Is a Convicted Child Molester
  46. The Auto Industry Says That SUV Drivers Are Selfish and Insecure
  47. The Word "Squaw" Is Not a Derisive Term for the Vagina
  48. You Can Mail Letters for Little or No Cost
  49. Advertisers’ Influence on the News Media Is Widespread
  50. The World’s Museums Contain Innumerable Fakes

27 thoughts on “50 things you are not supposed to know”

  1. any source for this? most of this just seems like completely uneducated statements that we assume to be true..

  2. Thanks for the info. This is something we are excited about. The bad thing is this site doesn’t work to well on my laptop. I will see what we can do when I get home and will be back for more info.

  3. 51. Some of the things written on this article are not true that’s why it didn’t gave any reference

  4. This is from a book that I have.
    If you would have read the beginning of this article rather than skim it and deem it false, you would have seen the book’s author and been able to look it up.
    Kick has references in the book to the sources he uses.
    Use your eyes.

  5. You might have cited a book that has references, but unless the book is available online the entire article is BS as your only reference is a book that you say you have that you say contains references.
    Btw, are those references even credible ???

    From my point of view half of this is “known fatcs” and the rest is BS unless you give some real evidence, not a “book written by an unknown author” as you state at the beginning of the article.

  6. How the *** many papers have you written where listing only the authors name counted as a reference? If you want to be taken seriously, you’d use the references that the author used after reading those sources yourself rather than just repeating the authors interpretation.

    THIS is what the *** is wrong with people today. They buy any bull*** that sounds interesting.

  7. A little more info, please? At least back up these statements. They just come off as outlandish and uneducated.

  8. It is REALLY easy to look these up and actually find sources for all iof these yourself. EXTREMELY easy. Seriously, I’ve copied each one into google and gain a plausible source for each one within seconds.

  9. How sad is your life that you have to take facts, lift them from their context, and use them to scare or misinform people to call attention to yourself? You’re a scene kid, aren’t you?

  10. here is a fact for you. #17 is bullshit because if you knew anything about real witches you would know that any man who practices wicca is a witch. no such thing as a warlock so wayyy more than 1/4 were/are men.

  11. Being a journalist, I was intrigued by the contents of this blog post. They all seem very plausible to me and I laugh that some would dismiss them offhand without doing even the smallest amount of research. While researching each, I came upon a site that had already done the work for me. So, I continued to research just in case some “know-it-all”, with nothing better to do than share their stupidity with everyone, questions the validity of the research. The fifty things you are not supposed to know are all, indeed, true. I am not going to share my research because I am using it to write a book. I will share a site where someone did an adequate amount of research on each. It is: http://50thingstonotknow.blogspot.com. So, for all you nay sayers who know absolutely everything, think again and perhaps you will find it prudent to keep your mouth shut until you know all the facts, which by the way, are impossible to know.

  12. i know some are true. i believe most are true. a few are prototypical liberal propoganda vaguearies utilizing terms/words like “almost” or “wanted to”. would be very interesting to read the details if sources are cited.

  13. half of them i know to be true i cannot be bothered searching but here are the ones i know are 1,2,8,15,16,22,23,24*,30,35**,40**,41,43,48***,50

    *they have to pay you market value, this is incase your property is in the way of a development site and you refuse to sell.


    ***heard this one recently(…again) dont stamp your letter and put the return address (where your address is supposed to be) as the persons who you wish to send it.

  14. Who cares about #16? Is this article suggesting Hitler’s relatives should have been killed or something? Are people not supposed to believe that Hitler had family? For that reason alone I dislike this article. The facts here seem legit for the most part however, just hugely dumbed down and shortened, it reads like conspiracy fear mongering…The facts are fine, but the writing and referencing is terrible, and the article does nothing to help their cause. I’m not sure that any of these things are “things you’re not supposed to know.” 45 or so I assumed were common knowledge, or at least things you could figure out for yourself provided you’re not a total idiot.

  15. I have already read something like this before, but some are new learned info. I am not saying that I believed this but it’s a fun read though, sometimes it will make you think if such things really happen. But in the end it will depend on us, each one of us have different principles.

  16. Is this true? or just a hoax? some are almost impossible to be accepted. but I really enjoyed reading this post, because it gives little sense of curiosity

  17. 50 things you are not suppose to know. response to # 2 so did God in the Bible, its called The Songs of Solomon….read it :)

  18. Dear Tess, These are facts not principles, do you know the difference? Verifiable facts. facts are not dependent on whether you belive them or not. They are or should be an unbiased recounting of the truth which can be collaborated regardless of one’ s personal opinion. They are simply stated. Perhaps you might actually do some research but know this, either way facts are vold of human perception that is what makes them facts.:)

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