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|Not FDA approved:
|One day, I think, there will be drugs created that have the efforts, short term, of Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin, etc without the detrimental effects that can lead to poor health, stupidity, overdose etc.|
Basically, the short term high, or the reason why people compromise the know consequences for the ultra buzz, is the only thing that effects the mind and has no consequences. Yes, I know weed is an arguable drug, I think it a plant and not a drug, but of course smoking anything is bad for you, so taken as a pill or something.
I think if this is capitalized, our world would be a much better, safer place to call home. The reason the violence factor is so high in the world of illegal drugs is because of the legality of their 'business.' There are no authorities or officials to go to if you are fucked over in a drug trade; you'll both get arrested. Violence, stealing, and murder are effects. If you worked for say, a car dealership, and a buyer didn't pay his or her monthly payment, you'd file a claim. You can't do that with illegal substances involved.
Keep in mind these idealistic drugs have no detrimental negative effects on your mind or body, none. Assuming all are legal, the violence has diminished to nothing; no more gangs, no more murders, no more overcrowded prisons; clean. Due to a couple years, maybe even decades of intense, expensive scientific research could make our world, people, city streets, etc much better. Without dependency (keep in mind, no effects, so no follow-up; addiction), no infections, no loss of brain cells, what is there to loose?
I think this is why government research is to legitimately put a solid effort into creating these, why can't we?
Food: They'll be able to create food, artificial of course, that has the taste of commonly known 'junk' food; French fries, cake, candy, etc., but have the nutrition of healthier foods, such as lean meat, fruits, vegetables, etc. Obesity will be close to non-existent, at least that which is caused genetically. Less people in the hospitals, less stress on a national health care plan, and overall better lives.
|Tags: politcal, rant, drugs, marijuana, heroin, cocaine