Re: virus: Alternative Thought Patterns

Tony Hindle (
Wed, 19 Mar 1997 02:33:59 +0000

In message <>,
Tim Rhodes <> writes
>On Fri, 14 Mar 1997, Tony Hindle wrote:
>> I have experimented to discover the
>> smallest amount of acid that gives me a noticable effect, it is a
>> sixteenth of a tab (sorry about the unscientific units).
>A 1/16th? Odd. Threshhold dose is usually considered to be about 35
>microns. Most paper is about 75-125 microns a tab. Hmmm... Maybe you're
>getting really strong acid.
>(Of course this is all based on some, ah,...reading that I've done, and
>should not be taken as an endorsement of the use of psychedelics. Anyway,
>DMT is much more direct and faster acting.)
what is DMT? how long does it take to come up? how long does it
last? How does one aquire it? what subjective differences does it have
to acid? (I understand you will have to ask a friend in order to answer
some of these)

>Alternative Though Patterns are very good for enabling one to create new
>sets of filters or improve on the existing ones, as well. This helps
>one avoid returning to "the box" afterward.
I agree. Incidently I find myself in a small minority in that I
consider myself very sceptical/rational and yet an occaisional injester
of psychadelics. Its good to know what it is like not to be able to
dismiss even the most frivelous hocus pocus every now and again. (I even
found myself doubting the non-existence of God the benevolent once).)

Tony Hindle.
Tim Leary's recipe for a beautifull day:
6 cups of coffee, a speed bomb, an eighth of black, two tabs
acid, a couple of lines of coke and a couple of E's to finish.
DISCLAIMER: under no circumstances would I condone having
6 cups of coffee in a day.