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Book: Review of the “first textbook on psychedelic research”

David Wilder of Think Wilder reviews an advance copy of the self-published research textbook Medical Psychedelics by Dr. Oliver Rimle Hovmand. Wilder’s video review is posted below and…

Profiled: All of us

Here are photos of over a billion Facebook users. It is challenging for me to explore this pandora’s collection and not concurrently problematize the philosophical implications of (1)…

Immersive: Participate in the world

I don’t have much time to post today due to camping trip prep, but I wanted to suggest No Proscenium which bills itself as “the guide to everything…

What’s: Above

See that plane above? Want to know where it is going? Tap your FlightRadar24 app for iOS or Android, or browse over to flightradar24.com. This free service tracks…

Episodic: Whale tales

Moby-Dick is the great American novel. But it is also the great unread American novel. Sprawling, magnificent, deliriously digressive, it stands over and above all other works of…

Acidic: A bio about a garage chemist who helped turn millions on to LSD

I’m obsessed with biographies about the influencers and shakers of the 60s counterculture, the people who actively challenged American culture’s stifling status quo and aimed towards a reality…

Super: Madman, the comic

Mike Aldred’s Madman supported my sanity during my high school years and still feels fresh these days. I’ll let an Amazon review by user Golly Great describe it…

California: The Family Acid

This book isn’t out yet but looks lovely. A collection of trippy family photographs of protests and reggae festivals, the Hollywood Sunset Strip and other adventures in Cali…

Moksha: Aldous Huxley’s Classic Writings on Psychedelics and the Visionary Experience

Selected writings from the author of Brave New World and The Doors of Perception on the role of psychedelics in society.  Please follow and like us:

Introducing Artificial Intelligence: A Graphic Guide

Half a century of research has resulted in machines capable of beating the best human chess players and humanoid robots that can interact. But can machines really think?…