Discover the Stoned Ape Theory, which suggests that psychedelic mushrooms played a pivotal role in human evolution.
Changa is a smoking blend of DMT, ayahuasca vine, and a medley of other herbs. This guide tells you everything you want to know about changa.
The ongoing uncertainty that the pandemic generated has made most of the population more stressed, anxious and depressed than usual. As a way to cope with those emotions and mental health issues, drug use is rising. Although drug cartels have faced some challenges during the pandemic overall, their operations have been unaffected. Just about every […]
Searching for alternatives to the failed war on drugs, the Government of Guatemala is looking at poppy production in a legal and controlled manner. President Otto Perez Molina’s was the only voice raised in the Western Hemisphere in support of the Government of Uruguay authorizing the legalization of marijuana.
What does meditation and ayahuasca have to do with precognition? Does Dr. James Carpenter’s First Sight theory of psi unlock the secrets of psychic potential? Find out in this edition of Psi in the News.
The New York Times will close its environment desk in an effort to reduce newsroom costs.
The author befriends indie journalist and publisher Sander Hicks, who recounts the terrifying saga of Jim Hatfield, Vox, and George W. Bush, another truth odyssey that reveals the true nature of power, and the consequences of challenging those who wield it. Along the way, he discovers there is a serious field of study lurking behind the label of "conspiracy theory."
Since 2003, an avian influenza virus called H5N1 has been killing large
numbers of poultry – and occasionally people. But while public concern over bird flu has faded in recent years, the risk to humans has increased. A look at the history of pandemic flu can help us understand why the H5N1 virus remains a serious threat to mankind.
On January 8th, dozens of people in the small town of Stephenville, Texas witnessed a mysterious phenomenon in the evening sky – intensely bright lights that many believe were a UFO. Yet stranger still was the media frenzy that followed. Is the sudden mainstream interest in UFOs a sign of something deeper emerging in the public consciousness?
Atlanta residents were recently inundated by reports of a crippling drought that threatened their water supply. But in-depth information was hard to find and often confusing. Enter Mickey Mellen – "a schmoe who knows nothing, talkin' about water" – with a blog and some questions.