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Watch these interviews of two women on LSD

I love these short interviews with people tripping on LSD from the 1987 documentary "LSD: The Beyond Within". You can find the two interviews with young women, 58 minutes into the film. I think these interviews took place in the mid-1960s, judging by their clothes and hairstyles. — Read the rest
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The 3 best rechargeable batteries in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Rechargeable batteries are eco-friendly, come ready to use, and hold a charge for months. The Panasonic Eneloop 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries are affordable and perform well. Check out our guide to the best rechargeable battery chargers for more buying advice. Rechargeable batteries are more expensive than single-use batteries, but in the long run they can save you money. Plus, they're better for the environment, too. In our guide, we are focusi...
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An investor in the startup that fired its CEO after he microdosed LSD at work reportedly sold roughly $92 million in shares before the ousting

Iterable co-founder Justin Zhu Iterable Index Ventures recently sold about half its shares in Iterable, The Information reported. The sale, to Silver Lake Partners, came before Iterable's CEO was fired for LSD use while at work. Two investors on the board previously had concerns about the CEO's leadership, The Information reported. See more stories on Insider's business page. Prior to marketing startup Iterable firing its CEO, Justin Zhu, this week, a major investor sold rough...
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"'Vibe' as slang, referring to an aura or feeling, emerged in the sixties, in California, and gave the word its enduring hippie associations."

"The underground paper Berkeley Barb made frequent use of it as early as 1965. The following year, the Beach Boys hit 'Good Vibrations' exposed the slang to broader audiences.... In some ways, the rise of digital life allowed for a vibe revival....  Whereas Instagram’s main form is the composed tableau, captured in a single still image or unedited video, TikTok’s is the collection of real-world observations, strung together in a filmic montage....  TikTok’s technology makes it easy to crop vid...
Tags: Coffee, Instagram, Law, California, Montana, Angels, Beach Boys, Sufjan Stevens, Norman, Paying Attention, Slang, Lsd, Tom Wolfe, Ken Kesey, Ann Althouse, Interior Decoration


In honor of today's LSD anniversary, a sale on The Family Acid: California

On April 19, 1943, Swiss chemist Albert Hoffman ingested 240 micrograms of lysergic acid diethylamide, a curious compound he had synthesized for possible use as a respiratory and circulatory stimulant. An hour later, Hoffman wrote one sentence in his journal: "Beginning dizziness, feeling of anxiety, visual distortions, symptoms of paralysis, desire to laugh." — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Post, Books, Photography, Design, News, California, Lsd, Psychedelics, Hoffman, Albert Hoffman


The best rechargeable batteries in 2021

The best rechargeable batteries are high-quality, ready to use, hold charge for months, and are economical for powering various devices.The Panasonic Eneloop 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries are our top pick because they are affordable, have a one-year warranty, and demonstrate consistent quality and performance.Be sure to also check out our guide to the best rechargeable battery chargers you can buy. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Some rechargeable batteries cost three or four times ...
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Trailer for new Errol Morris doc 'My Psychedelic Love Story'

Errol Morris profiles Timothy Leary companion Joanna Harcourt-Smith in My Psychedelic Love Story. The film focuses on the government's successful attempts to break Leary and get him to become an informant in the movement he helped start: Why did Timothy Leary, the High Priest of LSD, become a narc in 1974—abandoning the millions he urged to turn on, tune in, and drop out? — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, Lsd, Psychedelics, Errol Morris, Leary, Timothy Leary, Joanna Harcourt-Smith, Errol Morris doc My Psychedelic Love Story


Thousands of Marines are getting tested for LSD after a drug problem emerges in North Carolina-based unit

Marines and sailors at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. US Marine Corps/Cpl. Daniel A. Wulz Thousands of members of the 2nd Marine Division have been tested for LSD since this summer, the North Carolina-based unit says. Previous routine screenings did not test for LSD, but that changed after Marines and sailors were found to be using that particular drug. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The North Carolina-based 2nd Marine Division has a drug problem.That's how Maj. Gen. ...
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Change Your Perception of the World and You Will Change Your Life

   [LSD] is “one of the two or three most important things I’ve done in my life” – Steve Jobs Steve Jobs once faulted Bill Gates for not taking LSD when younger: He’d be a broader guy if he had... By Harrison Barnes
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LSD: new scientific study shows microdosing elevates mood and cognition

Neuropsychologists at The Netherlands' Maastricht University and their colleagues report that microdoses of LSD can increase mood and cognition. In their double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 24 participants, the researchers administered doses of 0-20 micrograms of LSD. A typical full trip dose of LSD is around 100mcg. — Read the rest
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Glimpsing The Beatles, Bill Maher, Margaret Thatcher, and — above all! — Craig Brown.

I read Craig Brown's "Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret" — as I noted here — so the minute I see that he's got a new book, "150 Glimpses of the Beatles," I put it in my Kindle. Nothing more is needed to get me. It's Craig Brown! And The Beatles. But I'm interested to see what Bill Maher — of all people — has to say about it in the New York Times. Let's read this: I like the old stories — frankly, if I wanted something challenging to read, I wouldn’t be reading “150 Glimpses of the Bea...
Tags: UK, New York, London, Law, Marijuana, Britain, Margaret Thatcher, Chelsea, Harold Wilson, Beatles, Lsd, Wigs, Soho, Brown, Bill Maher, Dylan


Could the descendants of LSD-dosed monkeys from the 1960s still be swinging in La Honda, California?

During the 1980s in La Honda, California, a tree-filled community in the Santa Cruz Mountains, kids would frequently report sightings of The Shaved, monkey-like creatures they'd spotted in the hills. It's possible that The Shaved were indeed monkeys, specifically animals that had been dosed with LSD during the 1960s psychedelic experiments supported by nearby Stanford University with US government funding. — Read the rest
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The Psychedelic News Hour: New Breakthroughs, Compound Comparisons and Warnings (Psilocybin/LSD/Ayahuasca/N,N-DMT/5-MeO-DMT), Treatment of Trauma, Scalable vs. Unscalable Approaches, Making Sense of “Bad” Trips, and Much More (#458)

Photo by Todd White Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is normally my job to deconstruct world-class performers of various types, of all ilks. In this special episode, the tables are turned. Instead of interviewing someone else, I am interviewed by two experts on several topics I’ve both studied and supported, including psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and what it can do to heal trauma and—broadly speaking—possible futures for mental health. This audio was re...
Tags: Stanford, Wikipedia, Lifestyle, Reid Hoffman, Whoop, Ayahuasca, Seth Godin, The Tim Ferriss Show, Lsd, Mdma, Psychedelic Drugs, Mike, David Rubenstein, Carlyle Group, Walter Isaacson, Todd White


American LSD use up 56% since 2017

Grad student Andrew Yockey of the University of Cincinnati  found that LSD use is way up in the US since Trump got elected. He adds, “Now that COVID’s hit, I’d guess that use has probably tripled.” Via Scientific American: To arrive at their findings, Yockey and his colleagues turned to data collected from more than 168,000 American adults by the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an annual, nationally representative questionnaire. They analyzed trends since 2015, partly because of the ti...
Tags: Post, News, Drugs, US, Trump, Lsd, Psychedelics, University Of Cincinnati, Yockey, Sharon McCutcheon, Entheogenics, Andrew Yockey


Today is the 50th anniversary of Dock Ellis's legendary baseball no-hitter on LSD

  On June 12th, 1970, Dock Ellis pitched a no-hitter for the Pittsburgh Pirates against the San Diego Padres while he was high out of his god damn gourd on LSD. As he told the Ottawa Citizen: I can only remember bits and pieces of the game. I was psyched. I had a feeling of euphoria. I was zeroed in on the [catcher's] glove, but I didn't hit the glove too much. I remember hitting a couple of batters, and the bases were loaded two or three times. The ball was small sometimes, the ball was larg...
Tags: Post, Video, New York Post, News, Drugs, Baseball, Npr, Los Angeles Times, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, Ottawa, Lsd, Ellis, Dock Ellis, Acid, James Blagden


Psychedelic pharmaceutical company asks FDA for permission to conduct LSD therapy

A psychedelic pharmaceutical company is asking the FDA to allow it to run a commercial LSD trial to treat people with anxiety, reports Vice. MindMed's CEO is hopeful that his company will get permission to run the trial (dubbed "Project Lucy"), since the FDA has already approved trials with psilocybin and MDMA. From Vice: MindMed is proposing a high-dose LSD treatment (200mcg or about two tabs) for people with anxiety. Currently that can’t happen anywhere in the world due to LSD’s Schedule I sta...
Tags: Post, News, Anxiety, Switzerland, Fda, Lucy, Lsd, Gasser, Peter Gasser


"Don’t do acid and drive. Control your set (i.e., the people you’re tripping with) and setting. Don’t ever look in the mirror."

"... or, alternatively, do look in the mirror. And, as Marc Maron says he was once told, during a bad trip: Just hang in there, man. According to Maron, that’s advice he still gives people today, although it sounds pretty banal."From "Talking about LSD sounds funnier than taking it in 'Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics'" (WaPo)(reviewing a Netflix movie). [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Movies, Law, Drugs, Netflix, Lsd, Marc Maron, Maron, Ann Althouse


In honor of today's LSD anniversary, a sale on The Family Acid: California

On April 19, 1943, Swiss chemist Albert Hoffman ingested 240 micrograms of lysergic acid diethylamide, a curious compound he had synthesized for possible use as a respiratory and circulatory stimulant. An hour later, Hoffman wrote one sentence in his journal: "Beginning dizziness, feeling of anxiety, visual distortions, symptoms of paralysis, desire to laugh." As he rode his bicycle home, the effects intensified. Eventually though, the fear gave way to wonder. "Little by little I could begin ...
Tags: Art, Post, Books, Photography, Design, News, California, Devon, Vietnam, Kate, Lsd, Psychedelics, Mary, Hoffman, Tim Page, Tim Daly


Derealization/Depersonalization & Fear of Psychosis or Schizophrenia After LSD-Induced Panic Attack

I swallowed a tiny microdose of LSD (around 25 micrograms, not nearly enough for an actual trip) five days ago and experienced a panic attack because I feared I may have gained schizophrenia or some sort of psychosis from the LSD for no reason other than perhaps I was overthinking too much. Over the next two days, I felt somewhat uneasy and suspicious over whether or not I had psychosis and then I later experienced panic attack in my sleep over the possibility of developing a psychosis. This pan...
Tags: Paranoia, Illegal drugs/alcohol abuse, Schizophrenia, Depersonalization, Psychosis, Fda, Panic Attack, Drug Use, Lsd, Lysergic acid diethylamide


The best rechargeable batteries

The best rechargeable batteries are high-quality, ready to use out of the package, hold charge after months in storage, and are economical in the long-term for powering various devices. The AmazonBasics Rechargeable Batteries are our top pick because they are affordable, come with a one-year warranty, and have demonstrated consistent quality and performance. There's no getting around the fact that the best rechargeable batteries are much more expensive than single-use lithium or alkaline batte...
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Psychology Around the Net: February 22, 2020

In this week’s Psychology Around the Net, we explore the mental health benefits of exercising alone, how poor concentration feels in bipolar disorder, how to avoid depression during menopause, the promising research of psychedelics for mental health, and the importance of discussing severe mental illness on the college campus, and more.     The Mental Health Benefits of Exercising Alone : In this article, the author argues that exercising alone has distinct benefits that you can’t get wh...
Tags: Psychology, General, Students, Research, Disorders, Self-help, Depression, Bipolar, Trauma, Exercise, Bipolar Disorder, Menopause, University College London, Mental Health And Wellness, Psychology Around The Net, Lsd


Counterculture icon and psychedelic pioneer Ram Dass, RIP

Ram Dass -- counterculture icon, psychedelic pioneer, and spiritual guide -- has died at age 88. After turning on with his Harvard psychology colleague Timothy Leary in the early 1960s, Ram Dass (formerly Richard Alpert) became an intrepid explorer of higher consciousness and dedicated his life to teaching what he learned to the world. From Tricycle: In Be Here Now, Ram Dass‘s first book for the masses, which has sold over 2 million copies since publication in 1971, he offered seekers an eng...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Harvard, Spirituality, Consciousness, 1960s, Lsd, Psychedelics, Timothy Leary, Richard Alpert, Be Here Now, Ram Dass, Counterculture


"Ram Dass was the master of the one-liner, the two-liner, the ocean-liner."

Said Wavy Gravy, quoted in "Baba Ram Dass, Proponent of LSD and New Age Enlightenment, Dies at 88/Born Richard Alpert, he returned from a trip to India as a bushy-bearded, barefoot, white-robed guru and wrote more than a dozen inspirational books" (NYT).Baba Ram Dass, who epitomized the 1960s of legend by popularizing psychedelic drugs with Timothy Leary, a fellow Harvard academic, before finding spiritual inspiration in India, died on Sunday at his home on Maui. He was 88....He was particularly...
Tags: Death, Law, Drugs, India, Harvard, Judaism, Homosexuality, God, Jack, Hinduism, Mercedes, Maui, Lsd, Leary, Baba, Timothy Leary


Mindfulness Versus Microdosing: Get High on Being Present

Microdosing has become very popular, and many people believe it’s a life changer. It involves taking a small amount — a fraction of a dose — of a hallucinogenic drug to achieve psychological benefits while minimizing any undesirable side effects. Most microdosers ingest LSD (lysergic acid diethyl amide) or mushrooms (psilocybin), which are psychedelics that can create profoundly intensified sensory perception. These drugs became popular in the 1960s and ’70s, and for anyone who used them then, ...
Tags: Psychology, Mindfulness, Harvard, Addiction, Silicon Valley, Medications, Hallucinogens, Lsd, Leary, Timothy Leary, Psilocybin, Microdose, Lysergic Acid, Mindfulness Buddhist


Man Restoring a Classic Synthesizer Goes On a 9-Hour Acid Trip After Accidentally Touching LSD-Covered Knob

There are plenty of wild rumors, mythologies, and eyebrow-raising stories from the long history of music, including claims that parts of synthesizers designed by electronic music pioneer Don Buchla had been dipped in LSD. But as engineer Eliot Curtis recently discovered, those claims might actually hold some truth.Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Electronics, Drugs, Instruments, Lsd, Synthesizers, Don Buchla, Eliot Curtis


A 50-year old synthesizer made a sound engineer trip balls just by touching it

Grateful Dead were a band notorious for their psychedelic drugs, a reputation they could still living up to 50 years later. Can you get high off of LSD acidentally? Sound Engineer Eliot Curtis found out it definitely is, even if it’s been lying around since the 1960s. Curtis had been tasked with restoring a vintage Buchla Model 100 modular synthesizer. When cleaning inside a panel module on the synth he found “a crust or a crystalline residue on it”. Attempting to scratch the residue w...
Tags: Music, Fun, Grateful Dead, Trip, Synthesizer, Lsd, Buchla, Synth, Tripping, Synthesiser, Acid


"After opening a red-paneled module on the [vintage Buchla Model 100 modular synthesizer], he noticed there was 'a crust or a crystalline residue on it.'"

"Naturally, he did what any person tasked with fixing up an [instrument that had been lying around for 50 years] would do: spray some cleaner on it, pick at the residue with his finger, and try to dislodge it by scratching it off. But 45 minutes later, he started to feel some tingling. It was the start of a nine-hour acid trip."From "Synth repairman accidentally gets high after touching old LSD on a vintage ’60s synthesizer/The strain was possibly from Owsley Stanley, the Grateful Dead's notorio...
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A Buchla synth repair turned into an LSD trip, and made the evening news

It seems the legends are true – there really was LSD added to vintage synths. A Bay Area, California Buchla 100 reportedly triggered an acid trip decades later. The equipment in question is a Buchla Model 100, 1960s vintage – the modular that defined what now some people call the “West Coast synthesis” style. I learned on one of these, too, though don’t recall any particular hallucinations. The report comes from a local CBS television affiliate in San Francisco, KPIX, and their broadcast o...
Tags: Music, TV, Congress, Drugs, Russia, US, San-francisco, Tech, History, Gear, Stories, Cbs, University Of Chicago, West Coast, East Coast, Grateful Dead


New Kacey Musgraves video: Oh, What A World

Video: Kacey Musgraves – “Oh, What A World” From Golden Hour, out now on MCA Nashville. It’s good to see the young people are doing acid again. (There was a drought in the early oughts.) Musgraves talked to Rolling Stone last year about the effect that hallucinogens have had on her: “It made me more … Continue reading New Kacey Musgraves video: Oh, What A World → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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Girl Draws Self-Portraits Before And During LSD High

According to Redditor ‘whatafinethrowaway’: “I don’t think it had anything to do with honesty, the fact that the last one seems more accurate than the first one probably comes from the fact that she spent several hours drawing before, so she was kind of more trained? Actually I don’t know if this makes sense. Anyway, the first one is way more accurate when it comes to... Source
Tags: Portrait, Design, High, Trip, Inspirations, Self, Lsd, Acid