Monday, July 24, 2006 1:58:36 PM
The LSD spider web is complete, only the you can't see the thin threads on the lower half of the web because of the cameras resolution. What a perfectly symmetrical web.
Since spiders bodies are a lot less complex than ours, they might not even have some of the receptors in their brains for these drugs to bind too. Therefore it may just be sort of a general toxicity test. They probably do have a serotonin receptor though, which is the one LSD bind too. LSD is actually very non-toxic and any talk of "brain damage" is complete and utter rubbish.
Tuesday, December 27, 2005 1:10:06 AM
its funny since i just downed 120 mg's of caffeine before this in less than 10 seconds, a starbuck`s doubleshot espresso & cream, after i had a pepsi(38 mg`s), and now i`m drinking coffee, which is 110 milligrams. equals 268 milligrams. yipee!!!
Monday, June 27, 2005 12:03:35 AM
They never said how much caffiene they used in relation to how much of the other substances. They could have used one spider-sized dose of LSD and fifty spider-sized doses of caffiene.