1. Lex Dogterom Lex Dogterom Netherlands says:

    Strange how the same researchers do another research, a little later, and conclude that "No significant effects were found of a low dose of ecstasy on working memory, selective attention, or associative memory neither at the behavioral level nor at the
    neurophysiological level."
    And here is the link to that research.

    Can't we just get one huge database that checks every single piece of information that appears in it for validity?
    Nowadays you can find so-called 'sources' anywhere, and even though they claim to be valid, they both conclude the exact opposite of eachother. This world is insane.

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