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The Truth About the Hype Over Molly

September 25th

There has been exasperation because of the widespread cancellation of dance and music events by various authorities. The rationale given was the perennial excuse of “health and safety,” relating to several deaths this past month from ecstasy or “Molly.” At the Electric Circus in New York, two people died out of an attendance of 100,000, […]

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Drug Prohibitions Hurt Science, Researchers Say

June 12th

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM — In a paper published Wednesday in the journal Nature Reviews Neuroscience, a group of leading scientists argue that global drug prohibition has not only compounded the harms of drug use, but also produced the worst censorship of research in centuries. They likened the banning of psychoactive drugs and the subsequent hampering of research on them to the Catholic Church banning the works of Copernicus and Galileo.

The paper, Effects of Schedule I Drug Laws on Neuroscience Research and Treatment Innovation (abstract only), was written by Professor David Nutt of Imperial College London and Leslie King, both former government advisors, and Professor David Nichols of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Professor David Nutt

Professor David Nutt

The possession of marijuana, MDMA (ecstasy) and psychedelics are stringently regulated under national laws and international conventions dating back to the 1960s, but those laws are not based on science, and the global prohibition regime is rigid and resistant to change, they argued.

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