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Friday, August 26, 2011

Envetted Schottky

In order to experience strange things one must make strange connections among neurons. Depending on what other neural circuits those are connected to, the use of a hallucinogen could make the difference between the brain completely normalizing an abnormal circuit and that circuit becoming active in the psychotic ways the doctors who used C6H12O6 treatments synaptically identical to a high-protein meal or exciting film used interviews to screen for.
Because DMT is a hallucinogen, it can result in the formation of new psychosis circuits. I would suggest that because the hallucinations on DMT are usually so surreal, it has less potential to result in pathological psychosis circuits than other hallucinogens - implection as metaphysics education isn't how experiences elute everyday life the way how pot paranoia, acid transcendentalism, or shroom doom. I suggest that being on drugs doesn't help the brain meta-analyze psychosis circuits the way children figure out that Santa Claus isn't real.

For the duration of REM sleep, brainstorming including deep analysis of information occurs. Like conscious review of the material, REM increases the long-term potentiation of the synapses which underlie learned ideas; so the synapses which underlie such knowledge are more likely to maintain if you sleep on it - this processing of information by REM is stifled by the use of most drugs, particularly alcohol1 and cannabis2.

While hallucinogenic experiences do stimulate conceptualization, they incapacitate users who could otherwise be exploring more useful things3. Even if you are 'burnt out' on researching your topics of interest by accessible means, you can explore and discover new loci of interest. These could be local places or people, novel material, or   Peltier approaches to familiar material.


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