The iDosing thing has likely been covered someplace on the drugs-forums, however this topic specifically concerns the past 3 days as the British press in particular analyzing iDoser which is a series of audio tracks with binaural waves that apparantly get one high when listened to.
Sounds ridiculous, but the UK press have reported on it with lengthy articles; famous newspapers The Sun and the Daily Mail among them.
Some journalist have taken steps to personally investigate the matter - with a video appearing on Youtube yesterday featuring a journalist's story of his personal use of the iDoser as instigated by the recent furore over the issue.
The Daily Mail report on iDoser is quite a lengthy write-up...the stories began on Oklahoma television and other US outlets, only spreading to the UK over a few days. The iDoser has been around for at least 3 years, and videos continue to appear of people apparantly affected by the music.
Is it more of a comment on the media's hysterics and lack of verification than it is anything of consequence? There isn't much scientific weight to the argument that iDosing has much effect beyond placebo, yet the press still find time to get passionate about it.
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