(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
What is Consciousness? The question became highly topical with the discovery of the effects on humans of LSD in 1943. The inventor, head of research at Sandoz's pharmaceutical lab Albert Hofmann, inadvertently ingested microscopic amounts of his semi-synthetic substance from 1938 – and the rest is history.
For the 100th anniversary (!) Of Hofmann 11.01.06, a three-day symposium will be held in Basel, Switzerland (13-15 January), with over 80 experts on psychedelia. Hofmann himself will participate in several ways. Until the borderless use of the 60's, LSD was a recognized psychiatric remedy. Also. . .
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