Synthesis discussion is banned but surely basic chemistry discussion is entirely warranted, especially given the wide ranging relevance of this topic in particular. I can assure you, reference to the identity of precursors involved in illicit drug manufacture could never provide enough information to enable those reading the posts to engage in manufacture themselves. Further, a greater level of understanding of chemistry in most drug users will only help that user to develop better harm reduction strategies for themselves and their friends.Biscuit, would you mind not sharing with the internet the new precursor's identity? I would like to enjoy my rolls for a longer period of time before said precursor inevitably gets banned. Talking about relatively secret new precursors like that on a public drug bullentin board frequented by law enforcement is just stupid. Besides, chemistry discussion is supposed to be verboten anywhere on bluelight.
As for your point about me making public some supposed classified and top secret information regarding the precursor's identity, law enforcement the world over already knows all about it. They have known about this for years, long before it was being discussed on Bluelight. You can find specific mention of it in the Australian Crime Commission's Annual Report on illicit drugs from a couple of years ago. Heck, even friggin Mixmag knows about it, having named it in an article they published last year.
Trust me, when it comes to these more global and widespread "trade secrets", law enforcement knows pretty much everything and far more than almost anyone on here.