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  1. How would you explain then the healing power of plants? It is well known that living at proximity of plants has a potential healing effect. I think you misunderstand how non-thermal bioelectromagnetic resonance may act on cellular response to oxidative stress...
  2. Here's a randomized double-blind study on the effect of distant healing (DH) on a population with advanced AIDS syndrome. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1305403/ So, is this evidence of nonlocal, spooky action at a distance in living systems? (aka biological nonlocality) Here's a review of the scientific evidences I found so far: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4654780/
  3. I also found this paper interesting: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27665921
  4. Is there any peer-reviewed scientific studies done on the effect of music on plant growth?
  5. I hate when someone is attempting to mind control you or force you to behave in a particular way. A sane relationship is not about mind control, but about accepting the differences in your individuality.
  6. Sleep deprivation may impact cognitive performance and working memory. Your poor spelling could be evidence that your brain is out of energy. See: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2656292/ I hope this helps.
  7. Since the endogenous cannabinoid anandamide is a substrate of the CYP2D6 enzyme, can we assume aripiprazole is activated by anandamide biosynthesis?
  8. Cyberhomophobia (homophobic bullying) is completely new to me. I was perhaps imprecise in my OP. However, I do advocate for raising awareness about this condition, as Velocity_Boy pointed out. Anyways, in no way I find this behavior acceptable on a science forum.
  9. I don't think Velocity_Boy hijacked the thread: The study of homophobia as a psychiatric disease (irrational fear of homosexuality) is interesting.
  10. I agree with this. The study of homophobia and how internet is contributing to the emergence of this disorder is significant.
  11. I'm sick of people using internet forums to bash on homosexuality as a way to demonstrate their lower mind density. Homophobia is totally unacceptable and unscientific. There's no reason to tolerate this behavior. I hope this helps.
  12. First of all, cannabis smokers are not hop heads. If you care about politeness, why not show the example and calls things respectfully? Second, there's substantial evidences that cannabis users may have enhanced social saliency and interpersonal communication skills: "Human studies have shown that marijuana heightens the saliency of social interactions (1), enhances interpersonal communication (2, 3), and decreases hostile feelings within small social groups (4)." See: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4653148/
  13. Hmm, I guess the ability to read scientific articles requires balanced criticism as well. It's not all black or white.
  14. In my opinion there's evidences that cannabis users may be hardwired to adapt themselves agaisnt negative peer influence, but I reject their conclusions about the neurological basis of immature brain development.
  15. I believe "artificial terrorism" is the product of our governments slaughtering its own people for ideological purposes: Global surveillance is the result of tyranny and oppression disguised as "security".
  16. There's sufficient photographic reports and testimonials on the internet to assert that solar geoengineering is really a illicit/clandestine activity occuring. Are they just a bunch of hypocrites to you?
  17. Do you have a PhD ? I suspect this guy is more qualified than you and me to counter the government-sponsored disinformation on covert solar geoengineering activity.
  18. Government surveillance goes to far when it fabricates terror acts as a pretext to increase monitoring of citizens.
  19. I'm guessing metal oxides could be a very toxic cocktail and a source of ambient particulate matter. Furthermore, I find it hypocrite to pretend to "test" a technology which is already used covertly under our noses, over our heads, and hidden in plain sight. In other words, they are probably planning to further develop solar geoengineering while ignoring the risks of this technology for us and the environment.
  20. I'm glad you asked. Solar geoengineering is the deliberate injection of aerosols (metal oxide nanoparticles) into the troposphere to reflect solar radiation back into space. See: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/mar/24/us-scientists-launch-worlds-biggest-solar-geoengineering-study
  21. I believe solar geoengineering activity is a source of air pollution/fine particulate matter (PM2.5). Long-term PM2.5 exposure is a public health issue. Is the public just poorly (dis)informed about the harmful effects of air pollution?
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