You beat me to it! I love the way they banish him but he just keeps coming back!
Hey Ceres, do you happen to know if theres a big difference between getting funding to do research on animals versus humans? My background is in experimental psychology and neuroscience so i'm fairly well versed in terms of the scope of research going on, however i do not really know too much about funding. My hunch is that its probably not too costly to set up a study with a bunch of rats in skinner boxes just to research the rapidity of dose escalation of MXE, though obviously thats not really gonna make us much the wiser on the "mysteries of the human mind front". Do you think this is a fair assessment or do you think that animal studies get hit just as hard by the politically controversial nature of the banned substance involved?Ceres;11028454 said:getting funding for research is difficult enough for scientists, research involving controlled substances is even more difficult to fund, this is why Proff Nutt ended up getting money from channel 4 to do his ecstasy trial.
No, but I can only go by what I read on a dedicated forum, to see the general consensus. My conclusion is that the level of common sense is pathetic.Mailmonkey;11030866 said:Are you sure?