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Posted by alexandra_k on June 20, 2020, at 20:15:27

there was some PhD student at Otago who was given a project involving whether giving people Ketamine would help them feel better about communal sleeping on Marae.

There is a psychiatry professor, there, who is keen to prescribe chlorpromazine more widely as an anti-anxiolyitc.

I think it is ingenious...

He's sort of tag-teaming the research at another University whereby people with (drug induced) parkinson's donate their brains to his brain bank. Or maybe the brains get shipped to Harvard for a display over there... I don't know how much they pay for brains. To know how lucrative that might be...

Now they want to make LSD.

Or import LSD.

I'm not sure. I suppose to make LSD.

Because O'Leary didn't do ALLLLLLLLLLLLL the experiments that we might want to do with LSD.

Something about 'sub-theraputic doses may be theraputic'. Yes. Analytically. Okay, that's slightly facecious.

You are going to get students making LSD in the laboratory because...

It's a responsible thing to be doing.

Because it's likely (on balance of evidence) to result in more goods than harms to New Zealand society. The risks and pros and cons have all been weighted...

And it's thoguht to be a good idea to get New ZEalanders manufacaturing LSD.

Well okay, then.





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