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  1. Potter
    A weird tidbit on the chemical Hordenine came up in researching the false peyotes the other day. It's a 2C phenylethylamine with a stupid hydroxyl group that keeps it from hitting the 5-HT2 receptor, if I can find some way to prove that 2,000 years ago it was possible for someone to have turned it active, I might just have something really exciting. I mean REALLY EXCITING!

    I'll have something posted in a few days down in the ethno section once I get the papers I've found uploaded. If anyone has anything they'd like to share with me, I'll show you the real love.


  1. Ilsa
    interesting Potter....i particularly like the characterization of the hydroxyl group as stupid ;)

    get them papers uploaded!!
  2. thebige
    This may have nothing to do with your post above,but I have always wondered if mind altering substances from plants,played a role in the evolution of the human brain(augmented/advanced development).......from the time humans were more ape-like.sorry just a random thought after reading your post,good luck with your research sir.
  3. helikophis
    Heh, humans have always been ape-like, and continue to be. . . there's a reason for that. . . it's that we _are apes_. Weirdass, big headed, semi-aquatic apes, but apes nonetheless.
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