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i have always liked the national geographic article by david ewing duncan originally called "the chemicals within us." here is a contemporanious copy/paste of the story:

i also have it archived here as well:

i urge everyone to get the meaning of that story. and now, even today, i still find meaning in it, in a different way.

this story has gone from being titled by the author "the chemicals within us" to "the pollution within", both in the archives of national geographic

and also on his blog at MIT.

we are a lot alike, david and i, in the exact polar opposites of the field. i experiement with alternatives, he lets pharmedico experiment with him. we both write about our experiences. he is under some kind of spell. and i'm not? may be. may be.

but i dont think so.

what i want to know is who changed the title and for what reasons????????? what it does is it makes the story less scary sounding, less threatening, less immediate. the second thing it does is make it hard for someone like me to search for it when i want to share it.

how is this any different than if the politburo commanded this to be done? this guy couldnt be any more perfectly suited for this job. he is died-in-the-wool one of them.

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