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War Would Be A Lot Less Kill-y If Soldiers Took More LSD

In an experiment in 1964, British soldiers were dosed with LSD to determine the drug's effectiveness. The soldiers' inability to fight leads to the inadvertent conclusion that LSD is safer than war. As far as long term damage to the psyche goes, war is categorically worse, and there haven't been ANY recorded deaths from an LSD overdose. We're not advocating the wholesale use of LSD for soldiers, but I can't help but wonder why one is a felony and the other is the national pastime.

War Would Be A Lot Less Kill-y If Soldiers Took More LSD

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Hawaiian underwater photographer Yuki Nakano befriended a friendly porcupine fish and now they hang out regularly.

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