Of course it was not a failure. You see, as the late 40’s and 50’s ushered in the age of Rock, guitar riffs became more and more popular. It was one of the great experiments of all time, as it led to the theory of relativity. SecretsofaWildChild - AP Psychology Mr Tusow Secrets of a Wild Child 1 Who is Genie 2 Name Block What is\"The Forbidden Experiment Why is it considered I am sure that you know the story of Adam and Eve in Bible. It was considered unethical because it inflicted potentially lasting psychological harm and distress on the subjects (those who thought they were inflicting pain on others), subjecting them to a level of risk that they had not knowingly agreed to. The question is about why apples are considered the forbidden fruit, not other fruits like papaya, guava etc. The forbidden experiment is of course completely unethical to preform. To raise a child without the influence of culture is the 'forbidden experiment', the test theorised by philosophers of human nature to reveal… The experiment wasn't actually preformed. However you might say it was a “failure” in that it did not accomplish what it was designed for. A child who was deprived of language was found, thus giving scientists valuable insight. In Addition to this, the popularity of the instrument grew and also the number of enthusiasts wanting to mimic what they saw on stage. What is wrong with this experiment is that it completely disrupts, and possibly destroys, the child's ability to live a normal life when it is grown up. No scientist preformed it (in this case, there are of course historical accounts of people actually doing it). So, before I get into which riffs are deemed the most forbidden, let me first explain why they are indeed deemed forbidden. The truly dangerous things in the forest are really things that aren’t supposed to be there and the teachers are generally ignorant to their presence, Giant Spiders, Voldemort’s Face, later an actual Giant. Rebecca Saxe, a psychologist from MIT, reviews Encounters with Wild Children by Adriana S. Benzaqu√©n, a history of the fascination that scientists have had with children who grow-up isolated from human contact.