Saturday, August 9, 2008

Digital Drugs - This is a must read!

OK, I just can't pass this one up. I've never heard of this before. Apparently, so-called digital drugs are audio files designed to induce drug-like effects. These audio files are also called idozers or idosers. I guess we should be worried if they really work and people are listening to them on their mp3 players while driving, etc. Read the full, very interesting ABC News article, "Web Delivers New Worry for Parents: Digital Drugs - Reports of Sounds With Drug-Like Effects Have Some Parents Spooked. " After reading this, it all seems plausible, binaural beats mimicking brain wave frequencies. You've got to read this, and decide for yourself. Hmmm, imagine the kid on the bus, looking like he's tripping on acid (LSD).

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