I remember when I was a kid, one of the oddest things to me would be when someone would when I would see a teacher outside of school.
I would be standing there at the grocery store when all of a sudden my teacher would come in and you would see them buying the same stuff you bought and it would be totally strange. Now, that would be something on its own, but can you imagine how shocked you would be if you found out that a teacher you had was a heroin addict?
I mean, I saw a teacher drinking a beer at a bowling alley once and it messed with my head for days…
Columbia University endorses recreational Heroin use, one prominent professor just wrote a book about it. He does heroin all the time and he’s not a strung out junkie, yet, he insists. He doesn’t want to put his pipe down though.
Carl Hart, PhD isn’t the kind of professor you would want to be stuck on Gilligan’s island with. Instead of turning a couple coconuts and some parts from the FM radio into a nuclear reactor or something, he would be off in the bushes whining in withdrawal pains. Hand him a coconut and he’d try to smoke it.
Everyone knows that the liberal left has totally seized control of higher education in an effort to produce generation after generation of well-programmed zombies. Nobody pays much attention until one of the wacky academics comes up with some new and improved nonsense.
Hart “was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University” and he works in the Psychology and Neuroscience department. Timothy Leary was in the psych department too.
Professor Hart doesn’t care very much for those wussie psychedelic users. He encourages his students to go hard-core or go home. Advocates of the psychedelic movement call themselves “psychonauts.” They have established that mushrooms, mescaline and other hallucinogens can effectively relieve depression long-term from only one or two doses.