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Gormur wrote:Is there a chance for this happening or is this just wishful thinking? I want to learn more about the dynamics behind this rather than hearing the reactionary news behind drug laws
france-eesti wrote:Well maybe this is just to prevent stupid people from getting completely brainless and stupid from the abuse of it...
Believe me, this is to be taken seriously - my ex-boyfriend started on shit and weed and a few months later he was unable to get up before 3 PM and to attend any lecture at the University. And whose money did he waste? Mine and his parents. We couldn't pay the heating (it was 16 in the flat) as he spent all his money on weed. We couldn't plan anything before 3 PM because he would be sleeping. We couldn't join a party where there weren't smokers because it wouldn't be interesting for him.
So? Why keeping it illegal? Seriously?
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:Then maybe it's a good idea to make alcohol as well illegal.
Caffeine can kill you, at least technically if not typicallySaim wrote:I can understand the argument that it's safer than alcohol but safer than caffeine? In what sense?
Gormur wrote:Well all research is deemed unscientific when you live in an illegal country, haha
And I know marijuana is a drug but it's probably safer than caffeine.
Gormur wrote:The problem is the studies that have been done are about smoking only. That's why I said probably. That'd be like if I did a study on caffeine and gave test subjects caffeine tablets to study the effects. Doses of marijuana given to humans aren't even measured so the results are skewed. Oh wait, they don't use humans because it's illegal
Source please Oh wait, you're probably talking about things like this https://maps.org/research/mmj/. Okay I'm just going to agree with you. You're right and I'm wrongmd0 wrote:* You can actually get permission to use cannabis in research with human participants even in countries where it's recreational use is banned. But not for a study where you want to see how fast humans will die.
Gormur wrote:Source please
Gormur wrote: It's not like the NIH is doing these studies.
Gormur wrote:@vijayjohn, clearly not. There are different fields of science anyway so I'm not sure what you're saying here unless you want a reaction from me. I never claimed to know anything about science
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