So, this is an interesting idea. I first got the idea from watching the movie limitless and thought the idea of overclocking your mind was so awesome. Who wouldn’t want to be the best version of themselves and more than extraordinary? Well, as it turns out, apparently there’s an FDA approved drug called addium that was banned for three years due to ethical concerns but is now being sold online. From what I’ve read, there are no side effects and it clears the mental fog that you can have whether that be from lack of sleep or what have you. It in a sense, makes you super human. Of course, I’m going to wait a bit and see if this actually works (The article I read was from CNN) but regardless, the idea remains. And my answer is Heck yea. I wouldn’t consider it cheating assuming it’s cheap and available to all, I equate it to the difference between people taking vitamins; those who do are much better off but those who don’t are still fine. Of Course, this is much bigger than taking a vitamin but it’s the same concept in principle.So what would you do? Thanks for reading and have a good one!
Salient /sa·li·ent/ adj.
1. Strikingly conspicuous; prominent.
The word of the week! Salient is a word I hardly ever use but one I believe everyone should use. I love my witty words and if you want to sound smarter (I’m sure you’re all very smart individuals) then I encourage you to practice saying this word this week! Have a good one and thanks for reading!
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”
– Abraham Lincoln
It’s finals week for me, so I’ve been trying to sharpen my axe to get ready! Have a great week and as always, thanks for reading!
Sanguine [san·guine] Adj.
Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident
This is a fun word that I’ve never heard before. It sounds fancy and hey who knows, maybe it’ll help pick up the ladies. Hope your weekends have gone well and thanks for reading!