Saturday, 27 February 2010


Hamilton Morris is a young New York guy who, from reading his articles, has a morbid fascination with drugs and an impressive knowledge of chemical science. I've read this article 5 or 6 times.

"Newton’s third law of motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. In particle physics we learn that for all matter there can be antimatter of opposite charge. But what about drugs? Is there an anti-weed, an anti-heroin, or an anti-beer?

Pharmacologically speaking, the answer is yes"

He takes 3 of these anti-drugs over the course of a week, including one that, following its clinical trials, had "over 70 patients displaying signs of suicidality, two completed suicides, a host of seizures, precipitated multiple sclerosis, domestic abuse, and a man who strangled his daughter".

The only time you ever laugh while learning stuff is when you have a cool teacher at school, and do you remember how good those lessons were? Well that's what it's like reading Hamilton Morris's articles, except it's about more interesting stuff.

I am the least high person in the universe.

Read it here.

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