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Originally posted by chris-k at 2006-7-25 20:54
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I got some interesting excerpts here as follows. If viewers are interested, please check out the fine prints yourself.
SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY
The Case Against Love
Research shows that "the original ecstasy" causes mental impairment
by Pavel Malkowski
There's a new scourge on the rise. Call it "the new ecstasy" or perhaps more appropriately, "the original ecstasy." A threat that--for eons--dared not speak its name. Now science is beginning to shed light on this most insidious of altered states: love.
So long thought to be impenetrable by science and held sacred by poets and romantics against those who would--in Wordsworth's famous phrase--murder to dissect. A new study on love by Dr Andreas Bartels and Prof Semir Zeki from the Wellcome Department of Neuroimaging at University College London paints a surprising picture. Love is, without a doubt, a state of mental impairment.
From Rage to Rave
MAPS and MDMA's Potential Role in Psychotherapy
by Nikki Kostyun
In February of 2004, almost 20 years after MDMA’s (ecstasy) criminalization, the DEA granted a license to administer the drug in an FDA-approved study of psychotherapy for treatment of post traumatic stress disorder. On December 17th, the FDA approved another MDMA-assisted psychotherapy study; this time, for the treatment of anxiety associated with advanced-stage cancer. The study will take place at Harvard University, where Timothy Leary was fired 40 years earlier for using his students in LSD experiments1. Also set to take place at Harvard are two more psychedelic studies that await FDA approval: LSD and Psilocybin for the treatment of cluster headaches...
Stock Up On Your Vibrators, Ladies; The Penis is Going Out of Style
Man Signs his Shlong on the “Threatened Species” List
by Nadia Stegeman
Japanese and Korean scientists have successfully bred mice without fathers. Not even lab-built sperm was needed to create “Kaguya” and her less-lucky sister who, upon birth, was sentenced to further testing. Although only 2 of the 598 experimental embryos made it full term, more efficient studies using genes from two mothers will surely follow, much to the dismay of Rodent Anti-Gay Rights Activists (RAGRA). To allay their fears, scientists have assured RAGRA that at no time were the female mice allowed to copulate with each other. After consulting various interpretations of Bible passages, RAGRA have decided that the mice will go to hell anyway...
Hahahaha. Funny stuff!