When you hear magic mushrooms being shouted we all assume it’s use as a hallucinogenic drug and instantly think of the negative impacts it can have on an individual. 479 more words
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A Research Associate position in Aquatic Microbial Ecology at the Imperial College London, Department of Life Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences, UK. This is an exciting opportunity to join a multi-institute consortium that is investigating how food webs respond to warming in geothermally-warmed streams around the Arctic. 248 more words
If anybody understands the difficult of studying LSD’s effects on humans, David Nutt does. In the US and the UK, this psychedelic is a Schedule I drug, the most dangerous category, which means even a scientist at one of the top universities in the world can’t get money from research-funding bodies. 511 more words
I believe that the most powerful entity that we know of in the universe, aside from whatever created it, is the human brain. It is one of the few things that is so powerful, so complex, and so dynamic that it’s hard to even begin to understand what it is capable of. 657 more words
Scientists in the United Kingdom have figured out what goes on in the brain of someone using LSD.
LSD — lysergic acid diethylamide — is a psychedelic drug that is known to alter the thinking process and cause hallucinations. 424 more words