What Is The Most Dangerous Drug In The World? ft. In A Nutshell (Kurzgesagt)



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  1. Um. Unadulterated heroin, which is not universally unregulated, has a lethality rate of about 1%, whereas cigarettes are at about 68%. Also, fentanyl, which you bizarrely mispronounced as fentynol. is an opioid, not an opiate.

    You know, David Nutt was hired by the UK to reinforce the notion that the deadliest and most popular drugs, alcohol and tobacco, were harmless, while those crazy hallucinogens the kids were using were lethal? How do you think they responded to science? They fired him because they didn't reinforce their well-established/treasured logical fallacies.

    Those brits adore their poor critical thinking skills because their values are based upon the errors of their predecessors, whom they hold in high regard, rather than their own merits. Nobody appeals to common practice or history better than the brits. It is utterly astonishing that so misinformed a piece has such a high upvote rate. Maybe you should have been lang gesagt.

  2. The average consumption on earth is 17L of pure alcohol per person per year? That means every man woman and child alive should drink approx 33 units of alcohol every week. That cannot possibly be true

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