For-profit companies want psychedelics to be treated as medicine; others want them to just be legal. They'll have to learn to get along.
The debate around psychedelic patents reflects a deeper question about how to create a business model that puts values before profits.
Some dos and don'ts from Peter (74), Holger (64), and Adam (54).
Researchers put some people on acid into MRIs to figure out what anyone who has fried balls and stared fixedly at colorful lights for hours already knew.
I talked to Terence McKenna's son, Finn, about a wide range of topics including LSD, H.P. Lovecraft, London, visionary art, and "a revolutionary musical video game that will immerse players in a psychedelic experience."