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Wiki.. Sam Harris (born 1967) is an American author, philosopher, public intellectual, and neuroscientist. Harris found himself interested in spiritual and philosophical questions when he was at Stanford University and the notion that he might be able to achieve spiritual insights without the help of drugs.[13] After leaving Stanford in the course of his sophomore year as an English major, he traveled to Asia, where he studied meditation with Hindu and Buddhist teachers,[13][14] including Dilgo Khyentse.[15] Eleven years later, in 1997, he returned to Stanford University, going on to complete a BA degree in philosophy in 2000.[8][16] Harris began writing his first book, The End of Faith, immediately after the September 11 attacks.[8]

In 2009, Harris earned a PhD degree in cognitive neuroscience at University of California, Los Angeles,[17][8][18] using functional magnetic resonance imaging to conduct research into the neural basis of belief, disbelief, and uncertainty.[8][18]









Wiki.. The Atlantic describes Silva as "A Timothy Leary of the Viral Video Age."[1] He has also been described as "part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from "The Matrix."[2]
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Hamilton Morris, of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia.
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No introduction required.





Dennis McKenna
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^^^ Hahaha, juicy stuff indeed. For the cougar lovers out there...



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Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris - Psychedelics as Medicine | London Real

'Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris of Imperial College London talks about the effects of Psilocybin & MDMA and how they could be used to help with depression and addiction, his controversial colleague Professor David Nutt who claimed Cannabis & Ecstasy were safer & less addictive than Alcohol & Tobacco, and why he refrains from sampling psychedelics in order to remain objective about his research.'





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food for thought


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Thought this may interest some. Fresh out today.

Professor David Nutt - Drug Science | London Real - Interview.



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