Our expert says:
Well, I suppose it saves time to just read the headlines and not the actual articles. Burt I had some spare time today, so I read your whole message, and not just the subject line.
I haven't seen the article you are referring to. I wonder what sort of research this was, and also have difficulty picturing one cage of white rats kept in a highly polluted lab, with little miniature factories busily polluting the air ; and another group of addicted rats sniffing cocaine.
I suspect it was a piece of epidenliological research, which can occasionally be illuminating, and sometimes lacking common sense, can be idiotic.
I hope to visit the H24 mother ship in the next month or so, but I'm not aware of anyone using substances to enhance their output. Most journalists I have met over the years are sufficiently messed up on their own not to need cocaine or anything else to screw them up further.
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