Dopamine Dialogues

Dopamine Dialogues: The Ideal Dopamine Lifestyle

May 25, 2014

It’s no accident so many money, power, and esteem addicts start out as neglected, abused, abandoned, and/or bullied children. Needy children, burdened with insatiable cravings, are predisposed to unhealthy addictions. Some use heroin to trigger dopamine, others trigger the neurotransmitter with money, power, and status.



Dopamine Dialogues: Practical Applications for Neurocentrism

December 31, 2013

“What is your own view on the potential practical application of such research? Besides having the scientific validation to point at everyone and call them dopamine addicts?”



Dopamine Dialogues: Getting the Ball Rolling

December 9, 2013

I suspect that Carl Sagan would have understood neurocentrism but I’m not sure if he could have explained it without jeopardizing his reputation.



Dopamine Dialogues: Playing in the Science Sandbox

August 15, 2013

“I think your website has a great deal of potential and I’d like to contribute at some point, but in its current form it has about as much credibility as Jenny McCarthy talking about how immunizations cause autism.”



Dopamine Dialogues: Advice from a Junk Food, Sex, Porn, Acceptance, Music, and Drug-Disdaining Addict

August 4, 2013

“I never did drugs, because I knew that they were just stupid. I was in shock knowing that I was addicted to DOPAMINE.” – Michael



Dopamine Dialogues: Do Scientists Lack Curiosity and Imagination?

July 1, 2013

“I understand your conclusions and I agree that they are not as dopamine appealing as Kim Kardashian’s booty. My question is whether or not they are really dopamine repellent.”




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