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- Does dimethyltryptamine make the brain construct a different reality or does it make the brain perceive a different reality based on the information that it was receiving?
- How do molecules such as LSD, DMT, psilocybin, and mescaline switch one’s reality from one channel to another
- Why is the fly agaric psychedelic?
[00:00] Dr. Andrew Gallimore discusses his self-published book on psychedelic drug technologies and the structure of reality
[09:12] DMT and Conway's Game of Life illustrate the emergence of complexity from simple rules
[25:29] DMT experience reveals highly intelligent, hyper-dimensional space beyond our reality
[34:06] DMT allows the brain to construct an alternate reality without affecting critical parts.
[49:36] Salvanorin inhibits the claustrum, which releases the cortex and creates novel emergent patterns of activity.
[57:19] Salvia tears apart the fabric of reality while classic psychedelics allow the brain to reach new states
[1:12:43] Different drugs affect perception and reality in different ways.
[1:20:42] Inhibitory interneurons control excitation inhibition balance
[1:36:11] Positive allosteric modulators can enhance receptor activity without the presence of an endogenous agonist.
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