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Dopamine Challenge: Attention All Neurocritics

by Charles Lyell on March 20, 2014

Neurocritics who summarily dismiss neurocentrism are like puppets dismissing their strings.



Dopamine Reviews: The Wolf of Wall Street

by Charles Lyell on March 1, 2014

The Wolf of Wall Street is a film about out-of-control drug addicts lying, cheating, bribing, wasting, stealing obscene amounts of money, spreading STDs, and wreaking a whole lotta havoc TO SCORE DOPAMINE SQUIRTS IN THEIR BRAINS.



How Money, Power, and Attention Addicts Criminalized Pot for Fame and Fortune

by Charles Lyell on January 20, 2014

“There are 100,000 total marijuana smokers in the US, and most are Negroes, Hispanics, Filipinos and entertainers. Their Satanic music, jazz and swing, result from marijuana usage. This marijuana causes white women to seek sexual relations with Negroes, entertainers and any others.” – Harry J. Anslinger



Dopamine-Induced Madness: Poachers Poison 300 Elephants

by Charles Lyell on December 1, 2013

Poachers in Zimbabwe used cyanide to kill more than 300 elephants and countless other safari animals. Complete herds are being wiped out for one illogical, irrational, unnecessary reason — to score dopamine.



The Pope vs. the Friar: Dopamine Addiction in the Italian Renaissance

by Gary Strang on July 3, 2013

“The healthy man does not torture others – generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers.”
– Carl Jung



The Semmelweis Reflex

by Charles Lyell on May 3, 2013

The Semmelweis reflex is one reason it might take years until the information contained on this site is considered common knowledge.



Antonin Scalia, Troll on the Bench: Justice for Sale

by Charles Lyell on March 31, 2013

It’s not nice to make fun of anyone’s physical appearance, but in the case of Justice Antonin Scalia, his troll-like appearance is a key factor responsible for turning a goofy outsider into one of the world’s most dangerous attention and esteem addicts.



Why Seemingly Nice People Do Silly, Inane, and Not-So-Nice Things

by Charles Lyell on March 26, 2013

The difference between the past and present is that we no longer have centuries, or even decades, for safety/acceptance/esteems addicts to rise above their dopamine ignorance and accept inconvenient but obvious truths simply because they threaten dopamine flow.




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